The Leeds restaurant serving ice cream sandwiches and frozen cocktails

Vegan miso caramel ice-cream sandwiches and frozen margaritas.

Perfect for a spring or summertime afternoon treat.

It may still be snowing in April- but we’re holding out hope that in true British style, the warm weather will heat up the streets of Leeds city centre in the coming weeks.

Bringing us through the spring and into the summertime, House of Fu is taking us through the seasons with their delicious menu of noodles, gyozas and cocktails aplenty.

Based in their permanent home on Headrow after year’s of pop-ups, House of Fu has been growing in popularity for years but it appears that it’s their unusual menu full of staple ramen dishes and unique desserts and cocktails that’s everyone talking.

Now usually our top pick would be the Original Fu Ramen: combining pork broth with toasted rye noodles,BBQ chashu pork, fresh menma, spring onions, nori and egg cooked with burnt garlic oil. Delicious. but don’t forget to leave room for dessert – the showstopper of the entire menu.

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The vegan miso caramel ice-cream sandwiches are worth every bite and despite upcoming menu changes, the frozen desserts are here to stay at House of Fu.

Served wrapped up in a square patterned wrapper, the ice-cream sarnies come between layers of dark chocolate cookie, miso caramel and other vegan treats.

At present, there’s also a matcha flavour on the menu but this is due to be replaced with a new flavour for 2022 next week.

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The non-vegan ice cream sandwich is made up of a Matcha cookie, raspberry ripple and white chocolate, but you only have a few days to grab this ex-special before it disappears on the menu indefinitely.

Washing all this down with a gassy pint or can of something fizzy might be your usual go-to drink for a sunny day, but House of Fu’s frozen cocktail selection will have you seriously reconsidering.

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Again, there’s two options available so get one of each and sip on frozen classics like the Yuzu Margarita with Tequila, triple sec, yuzu and lime or alternatively, drinkers can transport your senses to a faraway resort with a frozen Pina Colada cocktail: Coconut Rum, triple sec, pineapple and lime, all frozen to resemble a grown-up version of those slushie drinks from your childhood.

Happy Hour here is 4pm – 6pm, where all drinks are two for a tenner- so if you can hang on until the early evening to get your tipple, you’ll save a few pennies in the process.

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House of Fu will be serving all your favourite gyozas and ramen, as well as their incredible ice-cream sandwiches and frozen cocktails every day of the week from their restaurant on Headrow in Leeds city centre.

For more information, visit the House of Fu Instagram page.

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