It took a while for the Thai-inspired rolled ice cream craze to take hold in Las Vegas, but the frozen treat’s first local importers are making up for lost time. Rolled Ice Cream debuted in Spring Valley last November, joining Chronic Tacos and Fractured Prune Doughnuts at the corner of Flamingo Road and Ft. Apache Road, and are now promising they intend to expand to five eventual locations around the region.
Their first expansion is already confirmed and will send the company over to the southeast, close to the intersection of Eastern Avenue and the 215. A June debut is tentatively in the works. An exact location and expanded details have yet to be announced, but the original outpost is open daily from noon until 9 p.m. and until 10 p.m on Friday and Saturday.
Rolled Ice Cream pours real fruit and cream "onto a flat pan, cooled to as low as -32 degrees. Then we chop your desired fruit and cream as we roll them into their signature shape." Possible combinations include "Potato Chip," featuring "house cream, Lays chips and whip cream," the "Elvis," made with "house cream, peanut butter , banana, whip cream and Nutter Butter" and the "Kit-Kat," created with house and whip cream, plus a Kit-Kat.