We had one gelato each my son said this is way to good to have only one so he had another … great service and the best chocolate gelato we have ever tried
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This was my favorite gelato in all of Italy. As was suggested, we got some gelato and then stood in line for our wait to get in to see Michelangelo's David. It was a great suggestion. This is an icier gelato than most, but I...More
Slightly off the beaten track gelateria but worth the slight detour for well flavoured gelato that taste the way they are meant to per ingredients, with a little more unusual flavours such as black fig offered.
This gelateria was recommended to us and it didn't disappoint. Not especially touristy and tucked away near the Galleria dell' Accademia. Coffee and chocolate was stunning, as was the pineapple and their sicilian flavour but there are some wonderful choices. Nice just to sit in...More
This is my favourite gelateria in Italy. And even if this is very subjective, it is easy to claim that this is one of the best. Strenghts - natural product prepared with passion - extraordinary flavours (parmesan, or pear-parmesan-ginger, or olive oil No Weaknesses, no...More
This was recommended but was disappointing. There's another just down the street to try. Watch for shops that have product not higher than the edge of the containers. Some look pretty but have preservatives.
We were dying for some good cannoli as we've had a few ok ones in Rome. When we got to Florence, we were on the hunt for some really fresh and tasty cannoli. We found Gelateria Carabe- blink and you'll miss it. I was expecting...More