The Chin Chin Laboratorists in Camden is first liquid nitrogen ice cream parlour in Europe. Flavours to discover change every week but can include the likes of mango and hot sauce, or the savoury flavour, candied carrot with cream cheese frosting.
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The Chin Chin Laboratorists
49-50 Camden Lock PlacePrimrose HillLondonNW1 8AF
- +44 (0)788 560 4284
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
I got a special flavor - apple turnover! It came with pastry flakes and the ice cream tasted like apple-pie. Can't wait to return for more flavors.more
I finally tried it.
Me, My lady, and Ice Cream. A love story.
It's been at least a couple of years I wanted to try this place and its ice cream prepared using liquid nitrogen. I already tasted it in Italy during my university (thanks to Chemistry department!) and I was pretty curious to taste it again in a "professional" environment.
Freezing ice cream with liquid nitrogen should allow the ice...more
Doughnut and jelly, corona and lime, cigar caramel and jelly babies. These are just some of the flavours that I've come to try and love at Chin Chin Labs over the years.
Based in bustling Camden lock market, chin chin labs freezes its ever changing ice cream flavours on the spot using nitrogen.
Staff are always super friendly and the portion sizes just keep getting larger and larger. I...more
Being able to get ice cream on the instant, without having to wait for it to cool down is a big perk. The staff use physics and liquid nitrogen - which is rarely found - to create these awesome desserts.
People often refer to Chin Chin as the best place to get ice cream in London. The texture and taste is really something you'll remember. Smooth and almost melting in your mouth,...more
I LOVE IT! Great icecream, great experience!
Waiting for your icecream to be made on the spot is 'cool' and I mean really cool, something like minus 200 degrees Celcius boiling temperature cool.
I don't really get the physics behind it but the special effects of the icemakers pouring boiling liquid nitrogen into their mixers is already worth the visit with all the 'smoke' coming from your...more