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Saturday, the 24th, my mum and I took a young friend from church to Sub Zero in Simi Valley for a cold treat. None of us had ever been before but were intrigued by the tagline:

Relish in ice cream and yogurt made fresh before your eyes with our liquid nitrogen flash-freeze process

So, does SubZero live up to the hype?

The customer service was fantastic with two big smiles greeting us as we entered the ice cream parlor and they were very patient with us as we asked questions about the liquid nitrogen process and opinions on flavors, etc.

Score: A+

The ice cream was delicious but very rich in flavor/taste so a kid’s size will be quite big enough for most enthusiasts. We chose two different flavors and found #1 (Cake Batter Ice Cream) to be too sweet and #2 (White Chocolate Custard) to be too icy. Lol. Score: B+


#1 – Cake Batter Ice Cream with Cookie Dough


#2 – White Chocolate Custard with Peaches

The novelty does make for a fun experience but the prices and actual taste will make me question a second visit.

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