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This tiny treat shop dishes up wicked good churro ice cream bowls

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Lindsay William-Ross Jul 12, 2017 1:20 am 7,375

If you love the warm, crispy, sugar and cinnamon coated goodness of a churro–and let’s face it, who doesn’t?!–then you’re going to want to run, not walk, to La Churreria in the West End.

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The churro-centric treat shop is tiny but packs a lot of sweet goodness in their menu of coffee, ice cream, and, of course, churros.

La Churreria

Menu board (Lindsay William-Ross/Daily Hive)

Things are pretty straightforward here. Front and centre are the churro options. You can get them on their own, filled (with gooey good stuff like dulce de leche or Nutella), or in in bite sized pieces drizzled in the sauce of your choice.

Or, you can take your treat to its maximum levels and go for a churro ice cream bowl. La Churreria puts churro bites in a bowl and fills the middle with a scoop in your choice of flavours, and the drizzle of sauce of your choosing, too.

La Churreria

Iced coffee and a churro ice cream bowl (Lindsay William-Ross/Daily Hive)

Pair your treat with any of their hot or cold coffee drinks or fresh-squeezed OJ. If you need to balance the cool of your ice cream with something other than warm churros, you might appreciate that they make a Mexicano coffee, which is espresso brightened with spices and orange.

La Churreria

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La Churreria

Lindsay William-Ross/Daily Hive

La Churreria

Address: 1105 Davie Street, Vancouver


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Lindsay William-Ross
Lindsay is a former Daily Hive Food Editor. A fourth generation Vancouverite, she has also lived in Toronto, NYC, and LA.

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