Mora Iced Creamery

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

(moraicecream.com) – Poulsbo
How I heard of this place: I first found out about Mora on a recent trip to Bainbridge Island, where the group of us on our day trip could not pass up the delicious pictures and the taste of creamy, sweet ice creams. Having eyed this Mora, from the outdoor patio at Sogno di Vino, I had to make another stop after a walk around town.
Type of cuisine: Ice creams, shakes, sorbets and yogurts, as well as other sweet concoctions including an affogato, a molten chocolate lava cake and the like.
Ambiance: Casual, contemporary, sleek. Only two small tables and four chairs are found inside this location, with no outdoor seating. But the proximity to a small park, overlooking the harbor makes it the perfect take-away ice cream joint.
What I ordered: On this second visit to Mora, I ordered the waffle bowl ($5.65) which comes with two large scoops of ice cream. In my bowl, I enjoyed the pink grapefruit sorbet and Bob’s peppermint. My dining companion also ordered a waffle bowl and enjoyed the sweet dulce de leche and decadent cheesecake & brownies.
What I loved: Being a sunny day and having the opportunity to enjoy the ice creams in the warmth of the sun, overlooking the water, I most thoroughly enjoyed the pink grapefruit sorbet. The peppermint, though, was a very close second, as it was cooling, flavorful and creamy.
Why I loved it: Most of all, on this Mora experience, I enjoyed the laughter shared with my dining companion as we shoo-ed bees and called out to boaters (Robert & Myrtle) in the harbor. But the ice cream wasn’t so bad, either!
Cost: Average ($5.65 for two generous scoops of ice cream)

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