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Ice Cream Parlours in Nairobi Kenya

ice cream parlours in nairobi kenya


Ice creams are frozen desserts made from dairy products mainly milk and cream and are usually mixed with fruits and other ingredients to add flavor. Since Nairobi county is the most populated county in Kenya, it is has many consumers of various products and ice cream is one of these products. Although ladies are the consumers of ice creams, men also take ice creams especially when they are together with their ladies or girlfriends.

Parlours are special rooms used to make ice creams. There are many ice creams Parlours in Nairobi and therefore if you are a fan of ice creams, then you should the location of these Parlours. They include:

Sno Cream Parlours Limited

This parlour is located in the ground floor of Kenya House along Koinange Street. Can be contacted by address P.O. Box 48161 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

Harvest Ice cream

This parlour is located in the first floor of Nakumatt Lifestyle along Monrovi Street. It can be contacted by postal address P.O. Box 43372 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

Crystal Ice Cream and Cafeteria limited

It is located in Highbrigde Shopping Centre along Masari Road. They address is P.O. Box 46229 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

Razco Limited

This parlour is located Ruaraka part of Nairobi along Baba Dogo road. Their address is P.O. Box 42646 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

Angel Delite Two Thousand Ltd

This parlour is located in Parklands area of Nairobi along Baba Dogo road. It can be contacted by the postal address P.O. Box 39422 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

Arlecchino Limited

This is another parlour found in Nairobi, Village Market along Limuru Road. They can be contacted by postal address P.O. Box 628 – 00621, Village Market, Nairobi – Kenya.

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