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Ice-cream & gelati
Gelati, sorbet, ice-cream or yoghurt – you're bound to find your favourite flavour at one Melbourne's many ice-cream stores. There's heaps of varieties to tempt the taste buds.
3 Gower Street, Kensington
Gelati was 'invented' in Florence in 1565. Come along and try some of the inventions at this gelateria and cafe in Kensington and you won't be disappointed.
Barbarella Gelato & Wine
282 Collins Street, Melbourne
Barbarella is your 'go-to' place regardless of the time of day. There is something to suit everyone - whether it's an early morning coffee and pastry on the run, or an all-day food menu.
Ben and Jerrys
222 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Ice cream flavours include salted caramel, peanut butter, chocolate chip cookie, sweet cream and cookies, brown sugar blondie, hazelnut and chocolate fudge.
BlackBall at China Town
206 Bourke Street
Located on Bourke Street in Chinatown, BlackBall bring the taste of authentic Taiwanese desserts and teas to Melbourne. There is an impressive range of exotic and unusual teas to choose from at BlackBall.
Lygon Court Shopping Centre
Perfect for an Italian indulgence, Brunetti’s Carlton headquarters has a sophisticated Roman aesthetic, replete with marble, murals and mosaics.
Brunetti City Square
214 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Boasting a sense of style with a neo-classical edge, Brunetti City Square flaunts walls adorned with glass mosaics and a long communal table outside. Warm up with traditional crepes, coffee, panini or something from the a la carte menu.
Casa Del Gelato
163 Lygon Street, Carlton
Casa del Gelato has been making delicious gelati, with the freshest fruit and natural ingredients, since 1980. All 170 flavours are made by award-winning gelato maker Ottorino Pace using traditional methods.
Damon Bradley Southgate
Damon Bradley is a sweet spot for cocktails, high teas and indulgent desserts. The menu includes an extensive list of indulgent desserts paired with wines and stickies.
105 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
Dessert cafe specialising in Asian fusion desserts which are picture perfect and almost too pretty to eat. All desserts are made and manufactured in-house, with new varieties being added regularly.
377 Little Bourke Street
(access through Racing Club Lane), Melbourne
Dex2rose is a liquid nitrogen gelateria with an emphasis on innovation and customer service.
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Mains from $20 to $40
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