Indulge in Luxury with Mövenpick Swiss Ice Cream

Indulge in Luxury with Mövenpick Swiss Ice Cream

Review

Nestle-owned premium ice cream brand Mövenpick, is described as an ice cream born of a passion for gastronomy, blessed with the best that nature can provide and fashioned with Swiss perfection.

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The world famous Swiss ice cream brand – which is making steady inroads into the Indian market – believes in doing conventional things in an unconventional manner. Located on Lavelle Road, the Mövenpick Ice Cream Boutique makes a sophisticated and urbane statement with its external glass façade, and so does the menu. The brand offers a mouth-watering selection of assorted waffles, pancakes, sorbets, sundaes and shakes, along with their main draw – their ice cream crafted from all-natural ingredients, which includes rich Swiss cream and exotic fruits.

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Co-Founder at Mövenpick Ice Cream Boutique, Sandeep Agarwal, says, “We ensure that all our products are made with steadfast dedication to authenticity and excellence, so that each ingredient subscribes towards realizing a single simple goal – to provide an experience worth remembering.”

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The ice cream bar at Mövenpick is kaleidoscopic, displaying each hue in fluid progression and the characteristic spiral dictates the glass case, emphasizing the brand’s attention to detail. The delectable selection is the best of both worlds – natural & delicious!

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Here’s a list of my favourites from their New Summer Menu.

1. Mövenpick Chocolate Fondant
If you like an amalgamation of chocolate and sorbet, do yourself a favour and order a Chocolate Fondant from this place. The rich chocolate fondant oozed out a molten ganache which dissolved in my mouth! Served with a sorbet fusion (Strawberry and Rasberry) and coulis, the fondant makes for a fruity-tangy treat.

2. Mövenpick Chocolate & Walnut Brownie
Served with Coconut & Swiss Chocolate ice cream, their chocolate and walnut brownie tastes absolutely delicious! Icing sugar and chocolate sauce drizzled on top paired perfectly with the delicate coconut pieces.

3. Mövenpick Macaron Selection
Crisp, subtly flavoured, light macaron shells inserted with complementing flavours of ice cream, served with a marshmallow like textured, ‘meringue’, creates a luscious flavour like no other. The finest meringues are of an ivory colour, with a caramel-coloured base, and must be baked in a wood-fired oven.

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4. Mövenpick Swiss Chocolate & Hazelnut Indulgence
The light, freshly baked, golden pancakes were drizzled with chocolate shavings and rich chocolate sauce, and served with Swiss Chocolate & Hazelnut ice cream – creamy, smooth, and nutty. If your intention is to explore pancakes with ice cream, Mövenpick is the place to be!

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5. Mövenpick Creme Caramel Waffle Obsession
I recommend you don’t miss the freshly baked, hot Belgian waffles served with crème brûlée, caramel sauce and sprinkled with praline nuts. The waffles are prepared in the true sticky but crisp Belgian style, making every bite a treat!

The brand’s proclivity for fusions, ripples, inclusions, and sauces was evident in everything that I tasted, showcasing their culinary vision, and innovation.

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6. Mövenpick Iced Mochaccino
Lastly, I was served a shot of espresso, blended with dark chocolate syrup, and topped with whipped cream – an absolute delight for coffee lovers!

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The service quality is excellent, friendly and patient!

I highly recommend stopping by and grabbing a sweet treat on a hot day, you’ll be happy you did!

 

Mövenpick’s Promotions for April 2016:
*One plus one on all hot and cold coffees (all made from Belgian coffee beans).
*One free small scoop of Movenpick ice cream per order of pancakes or waffles.

Website: movenpick-icecream.com

 

*Disclaimer: This review was done on an invitation by the brand. Due judgement and care has been applied by the author to remain objective and unbiased in the review.

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