We love to eat gelati anywhere, anytime, but there seems to be an extra special affinity between gelati and the seaside. And after a rather bracing walk with the dog along the Bay Trail from Safety Beach, we were looking forward to some great gelati from Meno Zero Dromana.Continue Reading
Being rated the world’s second best city in 2019 (after New York City, according to Time Out) must consider a lot of factors that us Melburnians cherish – food, culture, nightlife, community, happiness. We reckon it is no coincidence that gelati ticks so many of those boxes – locals don’t need to travel too far to enjoy some great gelati. And now we have a new gelateria in Melbourne, Brunswick’s Gelateria Bico.Continue Reading
Strolling along Wellington’s harbourside on a great day is just magic. Sunshine, gentle breeze across the water. That seaside air calls out for some gelati and at the waterfront, tucked into the back of the TSB Bank Arena, is Kaffee Eis.Continue Reading
The secret of truly great gelati: make it fresh every day on-site in small batches. No pastes, no additives, just all-natural ingredients. This is the ethos behind Pidapipó, one of our favourite artisan gelaterie in Melbourne. And last year it opened a new outlet in Degraves Street.
Pidapipó started off in Lygon Street (of course), with a second outlet in Windsor, where we have enjoyed more than just a few gelati over the past couple of years.Continue Reading
Joyce, the chef at Paradise Gelato, knows her stuff. She studied at the Gelato University in Italy (yes, it does exist!) and then spent a year as a dessert chef in Paris. And the end product – fantastic. Super intense flavours created from all-natural ingredients by a skilled artisan maker.
Over the few short months since it opened in October 2018, we’ve been hearing glowing reports about Paradise from Jonah. Particularly about the gelateria’s signature flavour, kalamansi – a citrus fruit popular in South-East Asia.Continue Reading
At the end of a very long day, we were looking forward to unwind over some gelati. And Bononia – a charming dessert café in North Adelaide’s Melbourne Street – was ideal for an after-dinner treat.
It’s a happy place, with friendly staff. At night-time, strips of purple fairy lights add a touch of sparkle to the interior.Continue Reading