Here are our picks of the best versions on offer in London. Make sure you leave space for dessert!
Nothing is cheap at this high-end Japanese-Peruvian restaurant, not even dessert. But as is the case with the rest of the menu, the mochi ice cream is phenomenal. Flavours change from time to time but usually include green tea, yuzu, vanilla, hazelnut, yoghurt and coconut.
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Not a lot of choice here, but they definitely get it right with the one flavour on offer. Hazelnut and praline mochi ice cream is the perfect way to finish off your meal at this popular pan-Asian restaurant.
For something more traditional head to the Japan Centre in Piccadilly and perch at the sushi bar to sample tradition types of mochi ice cream including red bean and sesame.
This neighbourhood Japanese is a must for anyone after fruit flavours. We're also big fans of the delicious caramel version.
Although originally Japanese, mochi is also a popular Chinese treat so finish of a meal at this fast-food dim sum spot with coconut ice cream mochi.