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Q: Best ice cream in Beijing?

Where can I get the best homemade ice-cream in Beijing. I always seems to crave it come winter time. 

7 years 9 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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The best ice cream anywhere in the world is the one in your hand. 

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your best option is to try and find a proper Italian restaurant.

Unfortunatley as an ice-cream lover, i have found the Chinese don't do dairy based products very well cool

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ICE CREAM ??? YEAH.. VERY VERYYYYYYY GOOD HERE ! ALL ARE FULL OF  GOLDEN STAFILOCCOCUS !!!! a very dagerous bacteria and very difficult to treat ! Avoid ice cream here !!!!  Avoid yogurt also and all the products that are made like this , most of them are full of this bacteria because usafe keep mode and expiration date is deleted and added again a new one over the expired one !

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