The best ice-cream spots in London!

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The sun is shining, and it feels like summer is on the way! There's nothing we love more than Ice-cream when the sun is shining! Here are our top London Ice-cream spots!

1. Milk Train Cafe- Covent Garden

Not just any ice-cream! Milk train have created the ultimate sugar high, combining unique flavours with cotton candy and popcorn to produce master pieces rather than your basic ice-cream! Flavours include Tangerine, Cookies & Cream, Matcha, Ube (purple sweet potato) as well as the classics. Its one not to be missed! Be warned there is always a queue but its worth the wait!

2. The Knot Churros- Kensington 

Churros and ice-cream?! A winning combination right! Knot Churros combine delicious churros with soft serve ice-cream and all the other goodies you can think of! With a pretty impressive interior its a food bloggers dream, enjoy a morning at the museums and a delicious treat for afters! Its always pretty busy here so be prepared to wait!

3. Amorino- London

A US chain bought to London, you can find them in Camden, Chelsea and Covent Garden. Here the ice-cream comes shaped as a flower! The focus is on classic flavours (pistachio, strawberry, Madagascan vanilla), with a couple of more exotic options like coconut and lemongrass in the mix.

4. Chin Chin Desert Club- Soho

The willy wonka of the ice-cream world Chin Chin uses liquid nitrogen to freeze its ice-cream to order. Its home to some wacky flavours like halva black tahini (baked sesame paste) and coffee with olive oil but its normal flavours are pretty amazing! Well worth a visit. 

5. Gelateria 3bis- South Bank 

In the heart of Borough Market, 3Bis (the postcode of Italy’s first ice-cream factory, apparently) has a playful feel, with cabinets full of chocolate-splattered lollies and a whirring gelato machine that churns it in front of you. Its quite expensive but well worth it! Original flavours its a taste of Italy in the heart of borough market. 

6. La Gelatiera- Stratford

La Gelatiera have an 'ice-cream theatre' where you can watch the gelato being made. They change the menu daily but have 90+ flavours on rotation. You can find them at Brick Lane in the summer months. 

 

 

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