Vegans rejoice - a new Italian delicatessen called Unico is coming to Notting Hill, and there'll be animal-free versions of everything on the menu. including lots of gelato.
After opening a tremendously popular
What: Four Winters
In a nutshell: Liquid nitrogen ice-cream with cereal, granola and mango yoghurt for breakfast
Summing it all up: Those after a sugary way to start their day can now have a frozen sweet treat at Four Winters’ newest venue on Portobello road.
How can you make opening an ice cream parlour feel festive when it’s this dreary outside? By creating a mince pie flavour of course. That’s according to Four Winters, who’ve just opened a new liquid nitrogen ice cream shop in Soho.
The ‘Mince Pice Cream’ comes with chunks of with said pies mixed through the ice cream, which has been frozen at -196c thanks to the power of liquid nitrogen.Then
As the Christmas season is well and truly with us, you can't help but notice that panettones are starting to fill the shops. And going one step further, Vico has launched the Panettone & Gelato menu - all paired with warm drinks in case it's a little bit too cold outside.
On the menu is:
We're pretty partial to a scoop or two of Gelupo ice-cream so we're quite taken with their latest wheeze. To tie in with the launch of the new Michelin guide they've come up with a special collaboration - seven gelato collaborations with seven Michelin-starred chefs. Each flavour ties in with the kind of dishes you'd find at their restaurants. And they are:
When they say a picture's worth a thousand words this one really is. I mean soft serve ice-cream on top of a cloud of candy floss, what more is there to say?
This new ice-cream spot in Covent Garden is brought to you by the couple who did Nice Ice shaved Japanese ice. They're serving up three types of soft serve - vanilla, matcha and hojicha (green tea). Oh and they're putting it on a whole heap of candyfloss.
Milk Train Cafe is open at 44 Bedford
We really never the excuse of good weather to point us to some of the best ice creams in town. So whatever the temperature, here's are some of the new ice cream treats you should be trying this summer.
Summer is nearly here, so it seems the right time to be announcing the opening of a new ice-cream parlour. Popular Tufnell park ice-cream purveyors Ruby Violet are going to be opening their second place in King's Cross later this month.
The new parlour and cafe will be in the Midland Goods Shed, just off Granary Square. As with their first shop, the fittings and furniture have come from around the world. The centre of the cafe will feature a huge slab of wood
It's officially Spring, so what better time to open a liquid nitrogen ice cream parlour? Four Winters is an ice-cream company with its roots in Jordan. They're bringing their high tech take on ice-cream to Gloucester Road with their first London parlour opening in April.
If you've ever tried this kind of ice-cream, made while you wait (maybe at Camden's Chin Chin Labs), it's incredibly smooth. Four Winters have some rather lovely flavours planned
This? Oh it's just a Bourbon Whiskey Old Fashioned ice-cream sandwich. Yep, thought that might get your interest up. It's just one of the ice-cream sarnies appearing on the menu at City spot Bread Street Kitchen as a result of a month-long residency by Blu Top.
The ice-cream specialists will be featuring weekly specials on the dessert menu at BSK throughout August - other delights could be Brown Toast and Jam, Coffee and Donuts with the cookie sandwiches ranging from
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