Chelsea continues her summer search for the best ice cream in New York City with a stop at Taiyaki NYC. Located in the heart of Chinatown, Taiyaki NYC serves its ice cream in adorable fish-shaped cones. From Japanese, “Taiyaki” literally translates into “fried fish.” Despite its literal translation, Taiyaki is a traditional Japanese pastry made from a pancake-like batter and can contain different fillings from red bean paste to custard. In this case, the tasty treat is topped off with unicorn ears and horns.
Music featured in the episode: “Christina 1981” by Rafter
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