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I also don't understand how do you mark up a website that is known for both, and why is one a cuisine and the other an amenity?

For example, NU Ice & Drinks sells both Bubble Tea and Ice Cream. I would say Vietnamese Ice Cream (shaved ice) is their specialty.

asked 28 Aug '22, 06:45

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Not sure shaved ice is "ice cream"....

(29 Aug '22, 11:57) Kovoschiz

ice_cream exists as a cuisine value too, see https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/tags/cuisine=ice_cream and you can simply add it as a further cuisine value if necessary.

That there is a dedicated amenity value for a place that sells ice cream over the counter is mainly historic (the bubble_tea value was introduced in 2015, amenity=ice_cream pre-2010). Sure one could argue that a more consistent tagging would be amenity=fast_food + cuisine=ice_cream but there is no harm in using the dedicated tag.

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answered 28 Aug '22, 07:01

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edited 28 Aug '22, 07:02

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