We all scream for ICE CREAM. It being surprisingly warm in London, here’s a profile on the best ice cream in the city.
The famous Patisserie Valerie also serves delicious gelato at a wallet-friendly prices. Portions are generous too. Get yourself a scoop (or two) and at nearby Duke of York Square to people watch the glitterati.
Also nearby at (a block from South Kensington Tube Station) is Scoop, which prides itself on using only the finest natural ingredients. Get a traditional cup or cone, or if you are feeling decadent, Scoop also makes their own mouth-watering buttery waffles and crepes to pair gelato with.
Whether you like your food futuristic and experimental or just like a dash more excitement in your culinary experience. involved in your food Chin Chin Labs in Camden has got you covered. Ice cream is frozen to order using liquid nitrogen generated steam. The menu is shorter than most ice cream shops, but it changes weekly.
Nadrdulli in Clapham is a little more conventional and is a favourite with locals. With over 20 flavours, there is something sure to please everyone.
Black Vanilla out in Blackheath and Greenwich has accolades from all over the press. It’s a little bit of a trek form South Ken, but Greenwich and Blackheath are well worth a visit too, as are Black Vanilla’s 37 flavours.