|Soft Peaks menu|
|Fraser Valley Honeycomb used on the Honeycomb Peak flavor|
|Honeycomb Peak (left) & Rocky Mountain (right)|
This is actually the second time I've visited the place and I've noticed something about the way they serve the ice cream that's a tiny bit irksome. The soft serve seems to be mainly dispensed around the wall of the cups so you end up having a sizable hole in the middle of the cup. I've been told by my boyfriend that this is how restaurants usually dispense ice cream in order to save on supply but to I'm not sure if that's very justifiable considering that a regular size costs around $6.50 .
|Rocky Mountain with toasted coconut and caramel|
I love the taste of the milkier and lightly sweetened soft serve. However, I don't know if this is a place I would return again and again given that there is really one flavor of ice cream (with different flavor options) to choose from. Additionally, with a ~$6.75 price tag for a regular size, I wish they didn't skimp on the ice cream. All in all though, Soft Peaks is definitely one of a kind soft serve place in Vancouver that uses fresh and organic ingredients. My verdict is that you should at least try the place once to experience the unique flavor and texture.