The Last Polka – Your Next Ice Cream Stop

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I have no idea what’s behind the name “The Last Polka” but one thing I can be sure of is that you’ll be surprised at what’s in store from this brand of ice cream that’s claimed to be made with 100% natural ingredients. The Last Polka’s fuses creamy French-style ice cream with the regional Asian flavours.

The Last Polka - Your Next Ice Cream Stop

Here’s where The Last Polka’s stash of ice cream is stored.

The Last Polka - Your Next Ice Cream Stop

With our limited capacity for ice cream, we ordered 4 flavors to see how well does the fusion of taste goes.

The Last Polka - Your Next Ice Cream Stop

Let me start by generalizing that their ice cream’s texture is the same across the flavors, it’s good to the bite as it’s firm but it’s not tough to bite, an ice cream well blended if I may say so as the bits are very fine.

The Pandan Kaya flavored (RM 7.20) tasted like pandan kaya indeed, the taste reminded me of pandan flavored swiss roll.

The Last Polka - Your Next Ice Cream Stop

The Salted Gula Melaka flavored (RM 7.20) tasted like gula melaka too, I didn’t find it salty though but definitely it’s the distinct sweetness of gula melaka, which is a bit quite like caramel.

The Last Polka - Your Next Ice Cream Stop

The French Toast flavored (RM 7.20) is does not in any way resembles a toasted bread. 😛 It has a flavor that I have difficulty describing, and I even had difficulty finishing the ice cream itself.

The Last Polka - Your Next Ice Cream Stop

And lastly, the “Brown Butter & Almond” flavored (RM 9.20) that gives a nutty taste, there were some chunks of almond within the ice cream. The “nutty” aroma to the ice cream made this one kind of special too.

The Last Polka - Your Next Ice Cream Stop

Here’s a list of their range of Ice Cream for you to plan your visit. Clearly it’s beyond our capacity and budget to finish everything on the list, it’s subjected to availability as well. We’ve sampled the Horlicks Caramel in one of our earlier visit to The Bee and I think it’s still the best one around, you’ll love it if you’re familiar (and fond of) the taste of Horlicks, with sweetness awesomeness heightened by caramel.

The Last Polka - Your Next Ice Cream Stop

Here’s a link to their Facebook Page, and below are the places in town where you can acquire their ice cream.

• Artisan Coffee Bar — Bangsar Village II
• Artisan Coffee Bar — Section 13, PJ
• The Bee — Jaya One
• The Bee — Publika
• Espressolab, Times Bookstore — Pavilion
• Fat Spoon Café — Damansara Uptown
• Fierce Curry House — Bangsar
• Mollydooker’s — Damansara Heights
• Ril’s Steakhouse — Bangsar
• Simply Mel’s — The Sphere, Bangsar South
• Sri Penaga Condominium — Bangsar
• The Tea Republic — Bangsar Shopping Center
• Whisk Espresso Bar + Bake Shop — Empire Gallery, Subang Jaya

One comment

  1. Unfortunately, either the sadntard has dropped or it’s over-hyped up. Been there twice and once to Bangsar branch, ’twas disappointing. Poorly trained wait staff, undercooked fish pie( which was over salted and prawns not fresh), steak was ordered medium rare, but more medium done.Once we had to wait over an hour for the food to arrive. Twice went and quite a few mains were not available ..agonising experience for the price.

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