Full Tilt Ice Cream

Written by on July 3, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(fulltilticecream.com) – Columbia City/University District

Full Tilt UD Outside

How I heard of this place: Through the Facebook photos and comments of my friend Hoodean.

Type of cuisine: Ice cream!

Ambiance: There are three Full Tilt locations, but this one is the only one I’ve tried (so far). The space is somewhat large with arcade games along the right side wall. Fourteen to sixteen different homemade flavors are available in the display, with a line stretching out the door for orders!

Full Tilt UD Inside

What I ordered: It was hard to turn down the fresh made waffle cone, and many in my group couldn’t resist, but after sampling three or four flavors, I had to go with the patented in-house special ice cream: Blue Moon. I was told it tasted like Fruit Loops, but upon biting into it myself, I realized it very much tasted like the milk flavored with Fruity Pebbles! Others in the group ordered two scoops in waffle cones, which consisted of these flavors: coffee oreo, mango, Vietnamese cinnamon, birthday cake, chocolate, and a favorite lemon lavender.

Full Tilt UD Menu

On a return visit, Monday, 9 June 2014: Our first time at the University District Full Tilt, we took two friends, visiting from Dallas, and they were sure happy we did! After sampling a handful of items, including the Thai Tea, Mayan Chocolate, Lemon Marshmallow, and Salted Buttered Popcorn with Peanuts & Caramel, I settled on Coffee Oreo and Chocolate. My three companions each enjoyed the Strawberry Shortcake, one combining it with Salted Caramel and another adding Birthday Cake.

What I loved: I loved the variety of flavors and the fresh punch they each offer.

Why I loved it: The novelty of having a bright blue ball of (kids sized) ice cream atop my sugar cone, creating blue lips and tongue were most fun and nostalgic!

Full Tilt UD Bowl

Cost: Average for fresh, homemade ice cream ($2.50 for one kids scoop, $3+ for single scoops, $0.75 additional for waffle cone)

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