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Toronto's Taiyaki NYC Fish Shaped Cones Are Back & It's The Perfect Summer Treat

With the sun finally shining and summer just around the bend, most of us are having major ice cream cravings. Luckily, several shops have started reopening just in time for the warm weather. This iconic soft-serve spot is back in business, and you can indulge in some unique fish-shaped cones. Toronto's Taiyaki NYC ice cream will have you hooked from the first lick.

Swim your way over to this dreamy spot for the ultimate ice cream treats. 

Taiyaki NYC is known for its doughy fish-shaped cones and decorative soft-serve.

After closing its Toronto location back in March, the shop announced in an Instagram post that it has reopened as of May 22.

You can indulge in these unique frozen treats once more, but things are going to look a little different.

The venue has put strict hygienic measures in place to ensure everyone's safety.

The shop now only offers take-out orders, and customers must leave the premises after receiving their treat. There is a maximum occupancy for locations allowing guests to enter.

Customers are also required to wear a face-covering if entering the store, and only debit or credit will be accepted as a payment method.

The menu is limited in order to simplify operations during this time.

Other notable ice cream spots around Toronto have also started to open their doors with safety measures in place.

iHalo Krunch, home of the all-black ice cream cones, is offering take-out soft-serve for you to cool off with.

Watermelon ice cream sandwiches have made a comeback this summer, and you can fill up on this unique fruity treat for the ultimate frozen snack.

Tom's Dairy Freeze is delivering tubs of its iconic soft-serve right to your door, so you don't even have to leave your house in order to get your hands on some ice cream.

Celebrate the warm weather with these unique fish cone treats!

Taiyaki NYC

Price: 💸

Cuisine: Ice cream

Address: 128 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in some dough fish-shaped cones and decorative soft-serve this summer. 

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