Gold-plated food has been around for a few years now and people from all over the world have been rushing to various franchises for their fill. There are pizzas, donuts, cupcakes, and bagels out there crusted with gold or sprinkled with it. Not only do they draw a hefty crowd, but they sometimes come with a hefty price tag. Despite this, people flock to dozens of restaurants for the experience. Well, you’ll now be able to join in on the fun with a new ice cream place originating from Shanghai named Nobibi.
Nobibi is an ice cream company that specializes in giving their customers the very best decadent food items but also maintaining organic and raw ingredients. They’ve already made a name for themselves in China, where the company’s currently located, but they’re planning on expanding their business to California in the fall. Customers can indulge in soft serve ice cream wrapped in edible 24-carat gold foil this September or October per a report by LA Eater.
There are other locations sprouting in America, which will be located in Washington, Oregon, along with three in Texas (Houston, Dallas, and Austin). The Houston location was confirmed through Nobibi’s Facebook page on August 13 as being on 1035 Blalock Rd.
The company also comes with a variety of other desserts such as soft serve ice cream sitting atop a mound of cotton candy, black waffle cones, and cheese teas. They also have a wide collection of bright decor items ranging from heart-shaped mirrors, pink wallpaper, neon signs, and cloud lights hanging from the ceiling. The new American location is said to be located at 1108 S Baldwin Ave., Ste B7, in Arcadia, California.
If you pop over to their website, the company specifies that the word “nobibi” translates to “do more, talk less,” which is a philosophy they have been trying to live by since their first store opened up. They also dedicate themselves to carrying organic ingredients with no synthetic additives, so you know you’ll be getting the very best ice cream come September.
If the American location is anything like its Chinese counterpart, then on top of outlandish food items you can also expect a good assortment of Instagram-worthy items to pose with for your social media profile. The company already has over 600 posts listed in Instagram using the store’s name. So, if you’re looking for a new ice cream place to go to later this year, several locations are coming to states near you!