The dessert for when you are feeling hot!
In Thai language, there is no word to describe ice cream. As for many words in the same situation, Thais have adopted the English word: ‘Ice Cream’ ; but, since they have trouble pronouncing it, they say ‘AY TIM’!!!
The traditional way of eating one’s Ay Tim is to serve it on sweet sticky rice with coconut milk (Thais can’t eat without rice!). Let this mix of textures and temperatures surprise you: the warm rice will slowly melt the ice cream to produce an amazing result!
Ask our staff which homemade flavours are available among the following: Pomelo, Mango (sorbet), Coconut, Banana, Pineapple and our specialty: Sweet Thai Basil (ice cream)
Ingredients: Ice Cream or Sorbet, Lady P Coconut Milk, Sugar, Salt
Allergy advice: contains dairy and gluten