• Ambience- 8/10
  • Food- 8.5/10
  • Value for money- 9.5/10
  • Service- 8.5/10
  • Location- 10/10
  • Hygiene:9/10
  • Overall- 9/10
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A cool place to hang out, with great food to eat with deserts. Sounds like an ideal place for any college going person right? Say hello to Polar Bear, located just before you enter Manipal, on the Left side, besides Attil.

We decided to go all out so we started with the biggest first, hungry men style! The Brownie Fudge, consisting of vanilla ice cream, walnut brownie cake, chocolate fudge, cashews and whipped cream! Now you can take a deep breath as all of this comes in a huge bucket which will surely full you as well as people around you. Fancy something hot? Go for the Chocó brownie fudge its as gooey and yummy as you can imagine. Then we had the Fruit n Cake, a cake delight which vanilla ice cream sandwiched between vanilla cake, pineapple and strawberry topping not to mention other fresh fruits with cream. The cake tastes yummy as it’s a perfect mix of yin and yang i.e. cold inside and hot outside (due to the hot fudge). If you fancy something unique and kinky? Try the Pizza ice cream and let us know how you like it!

Some other lighter stuff to try include Shakes like wild strawberry, they also have other coolers like green apple, orange etc.

Hungry?  No problem as polar bear boasts of good snacks too like sandwiches and other finger foods.

The ambience is very warm and welcoming, an ideal neighborhood place to hangout with friends. Advice for the wise, the place tends to get pretty crowded at times, so even if you have to wait don’t worry as the deserts are worth the wait.

Finally we can now proudly say Manipal has its fair share of deserts. Polar bear will soon be opening in a place nearby to you. Watch this space.

Location : Polar Bear | Ice Cream Zone , Manipal Road, Laxmindra Nagar, Next to F SALOON, Manipal

You can also read our Reviews on www.ManipalBlog.com 

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