Taiwan Restaurant Serves Wrinkly Ice-Cream Puppies Almost Too Real To Eat

Ice-cream puppies are on the menu at a restaurant in Southern Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

A lot of attention was paid to the smallest details – such as the dog’s characteristic wrinkles and sandpapery skin. The naturally-forming ice crystals enhance the look of the fur.

It takes 5 hours to make 100 servings of the ice cream in a day.

They come in three flavours – chocolate, earl grey, and peanut.

Each cost NTD$110-$250 depends on the size (US$3.6-8)

Puppy ice cream starts melting minutes after leaving the fridge.

I don’t think I will be able to sleep tonight.

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