This place is deservedly popular - every time we pass there is a queue for the take away ice creams they sell.Quite delicious they are well worth the wait in line.
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Coming to Lisbon and not tasting this ice-cream , is the same to be in Rome and not see the pope.... you have to try it. All flavours are a must. TRY PISTACHIO PLEASE!!! you can enjoy it in a terrace and relax.
On a day where temperatures soared to 37C it was extra special to pop into Amorino for one of their wonderful ice creams! They are so tasty you can taste the fruit for example in the banana sorbet... no chemicals here! A must when in...More
We had only a few minutes wait and the service was organized friendly and fast. They create some nice flower patterns on the cones with your choice of flavors. Price is a bit high but the quality is very good.
OK, it is rather expensive (3.5€ for small cone) but taste of this icecream justifies the price. It is real icecream made from real ingredients. Pistachio, lemon and caramel in flower shaped cone. Try it, you want be dissapointed.
While the Amarino at Baixa and also in Barcelona are outstanding examples of gelato art and great service, this brand is let down by the Rua Garrett store in Lisbon where the service is simply appalling - the worst Ive experienced anywhere. The cashier (Joanna...More
Went in for some coffee and gelato ice cream. Staff was super friendly and helpful..gave some samples for customer who wasn't sure what to order. Ice cream was really tasty and looked like rose. Great experience would highly recommend this place.
Passed here and thought we must come back. And we did. The ice cream looks a work of art. And the taste great. Enjoyed sitting outside eating 1 each. Everything is in Portuguese and English so easy for me to understand. Would recommend and would...More