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Bombay Ice Creamery - 10 Reviews - 552 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110-1115, San Francisco, CA - Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt Reviews - Phone (415) 861-3995

Bombay Ice Creamery

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552 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110-1115
San Francisco, CA 94110
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(415) 861-3995
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Best

oh the saffran pistachio ice cream, and the rose and the ginger. It's lighter (less fat and less sugar) than most (don't want to compare, as joe's or mitchell's are splendid in t...

Worst

I used to love this place before I came in and wanted to sample a couple of different flavors. They only give one sample per person! The friend I was with sampled the cardamom, bu...

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Bombay Ice Creamery 5/19/2006

I’ve been to India and I’ve had ice cream there, but it wasn’t like this. A few of the more adventurous Indian spiced flavors are a little weird and taste like a bit of a stretch for ice cream to handle (it can’t do EVERYTHING). However, flavors like chai and cardamom are so good and unique and make for a festive, exotic experience. Also, for a quick snack, the samosas are homemade, super cheap and yummy. more

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Indian ice cream 3/20/2006

They don't have a huge selection of ice creams, just the normal flavors and some unusual ones as well, such as rose, saffron, cardamom, coconut, ginger, etc. I tried their pistachio kulfi, which is a special condensed milk ice cream that they crack out of a mold, then top with rose syrup and rice noodles. Very nice! They also have a small section of cooked foods and samosas for only $1.25 that they will reheat in the microwave for you. Friendly family run place. more

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bombay ice creamery 3/20/2006

alot of exotice flavors to choose from plus the regular flavors as well. the exotic flavors are of indian spices and culture. i tried the saffron pistachio and it was good. they allow tasting so just ask to taste a few before ordering. they also sell a few indian snacks plus a popular indian dessert made of rose water and ice cream called falludah...disappointing falludah though. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    A vivid mural with two ice cream-toting Indian women overlooks this sliver of a shop. A cross-section of the Inner Mission community passes through for a quick nosh at the...

  • 4/19/2004 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Payments:

    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Mission Dolores, Mission Dolores (Hub, Mid-Market), Central
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