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FYI SOUTH Magazine, March 2005

Bigtom

67, WuFu 1st Rd., Kaohsiung City; (07) 227-0475
Hours: Mon-Fri/2 pm-11 pm;
Sat & Sun: 10 am-11 pm

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If you're craving authentic American ice cream, visit Bigtom, near the Cultural Center. This organic, and all-natural ice cream is low in sugar and calories--but you'd never know it! Bigtom ice cream is thick and chewy because it contains less air than regular ice cream. A variety of flavors are offered, and the servers are generous with samples. If you want to try several flavors before deciding what to order, they'll be more than happy to give you a taste of each one. This writer recommends trying two scoops (Creamy Cookie and Peanut-Butter Chocolate) in a homemade waffle bowl for NT$168. Other unique flavors like Mocha Chocolate and Berry Cheesecake are available, along with the standard Vanilla, Strawberry, and Green Tea. One scoop of ice cream is NT$98. Try their specialty: Red Wine Ice Cream Teppanyaki (NT$190), which is a chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream and red wine sauce. Coffees, teas, waffles, and bagel sandwiches are also available, along with ready-to-go pints of ice cream for NT$250. --By Rebekah Godfrey, translated by Iva Huang

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