If you’ve been to Port Harcourt, you’ll realize there is something almost every street has in common! Almost every street has an ice-cream spot!
But not every ice-cream spot has the unique flavors as sweet tooth confectioneries.
Disclaimer : This isn’t a paid review, every opinion is mine.
So, two days after my convocation (yep! I’ve gotten my 1st degree in civil engineering) my sisters, friends and I were bored at home till I or I think, Meme suggested we go to sweet tooth confectioneries. So to sweet tooth we went .
One unique think about sweet tooth is the different ice-cream flavors to choose from! From the regular vanilla flavor, chocolate chips flavor, lemon flavor, pineapple flavor, Raphello flavor, cotton candy flavor, Irish coffee flavor, and the list goes on!
I had the Raphello flavor ice-cream and it was out of this world! I’ve had almost all the ice-cream flavors at sweet tooth and I’m yet to have a favorite flavor.
The interesting thing about sweet tooth is before you buy any ice-cream, you’re privileged to have a taste of the flavor you’re interested in. Even if you’re confused on what to buy, you can taste all the flavors (mmhmm) and the attending staff is always friendly and nice (I’ve never met a grumpy one).
The scoop we got was for 750 naira each. That’s the price of a scoop.
Sweet tooth confectioneries sell a whole lot of sweet stuffs not just ice-cream. From cupcakes, doughnuts, marshmallows, cotton candy, latte, candy, etc! But I went just for the ice-cream so that’s mostly what this post is about.
Probably on my next visit to Port Harcourt, I’ll try out the cotton candy and maybe the latte too!
Sweet tooth confectioneries is at 14 Tombia street, GRA phase 2. Port Harcourt, not so far from Genesis deluxe cinema.
Have you been to sweet tooth? What’s your favorite ice-cream flavor?