Wednesday, 25 May 2016

For my eighteenth birthday a few weeks ago, my best friends whisked me away to spend the day visiting all the places we'd been saying we would for months. It made for an amazing day filled with laughs, navigation problems and chocolate up to our elbows (well, for Nevada anyway). As part of this list we were adamant that we were going to spend a portion of the day eating diabetes at one of the famous milk shake places that seem to be taking over Instagram these days. It was the part we had anticipated the whole week before hand and what we were all most definitely the most excited for. Let me tell you, it did not disappoint. I've been dreaming of those shakes ever since and I still have yet to go back. Ever since our instagrams went out, we've been asked over and over where we can get the mountain of deliciousness from and so I thought it might be a good idea to do a review of the ice cream shop that served us the milkshakes of our dreams. So here goes...

Food & Drink: 5/5
The milkshakes tasted just as amazing as they looked and despite the hugeness of them were surprisingly easy to finish. You get just the right amount of amazing presentation paired with flavours you wouldn't normally put together but made for a party in your mouth. They even give you gloves to eat them with because they know just how messy it can get!

Menu: 5/5
You have a huge range of desserts to choose from ranging from ice cream to milkshakes to candy floss. The only problem is narrowing down the options on what to get because literally everything looks amazing!

Price: 3/5
These shakes are definitely on the pricier side, however you definitely get what you pay for. It's not something you'd be able to afford to grab for lunch everyday but it's definitely great for a special occasion, such as a birthday ;)

Atmosphere & Decor: 5/5
The place is super cute and filled with bright colours, flower walls and textured wallpaper.

Seats Available: 3/5
There is a wide range of outdoor and indoor seating however some of the seating is hard for a group setting with not too many big tables on offer so you'd be forced to split up with your friends if it got busy.

Wifi: 4/5
Free wifi is available, you don't even have to ask. They have a little sign up and ready in the seating area, it's as if they know that everything about the place screams snapchat and Instagram. The only reason I'm giving it a 4 is because it took us 8 tries to get the password right, hahahaha.

It's definitely worth paying this place a visit!

XO, Danielle


Post a comment


Danielle Joynt © All rights reserved · Theme by Blog Milk · Blogger