Here in Manchester, we’ve most definitely been spoiled with sugary sweets at every turn – from NYC-inspired cookies and doughnuts to frozen cheesecake on a stick. But one thing we definitely haven’t had enough of (until now)? Good, classic ice cream.
Launching in Manchester with a grand opening last summer, Lazy Sundae brings the flavours of the tropics to Manchester, with a fantastic, ever-rotating menu of artisan ice cream. Inspired by the owners’ favourite destinations, guests can expect “to be transported somewhere warm” with the shop’s array of Asian-inspired desserts.
Listing Bali, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan and Hong Kong as sources of inspiration for their product range, the team creates ice cream flavours such as Thai Tea and Matcha, as well as bubble tea and souffle pancakes – with tasty additions such as Vietnamese ice cream floats and pineapple bao ice cream sandwiches making Lazy Sundae a ‘first of its kind’ in the UK, thanks to its accessible Asian desserts.
Making the parlour completely welcoming to all, owners Kwoklun Dang and Jacqueline Dang (also behind the Arndale’s Bobo Tea) have made the venue fully dog-friendly, with dog-friendly sugar and lactose-free ice creams also available, allowing your pooch to cool down in style.
Championing unique flavours, rather than the mainstream norm, Lazy Sundae brings to life Far East flavours such as Milo (malted chocolate), Taro and Vietnamese coffee – bridging the gap between the owners’ heritage, and the mainstream market.
Opening at 12 noon til 8pm, you can find Lazy Sundae at 108 Tib St, M4 1LR.