6. Cremeria De Luca
Serving artisanal Italian gelato, Cremeria De Luca in Five Dock is a family-owned business home to the famous gelato burger (above), consisting of two scoops of ice cream and whipped cream sandwiched in a brioche bun spread with Nutella.
Devon on Danks is helping people who can’t decide between lunch and dessert with the DD Special of soft serve and hot chips (above). The hot chips are a staple but the ice cream flavours change regularly, with past favourites including Thai Milk Tea and Salted Caramel.
8. N2 Extreme Gelato
Don’t be deterred by the lab coats and liquid nitrogen – N2 Extreme Gelato churns out some of the most creative ice cream in town. Made with full cream milk and fresh cream from local dairies, N2 gelato is adored for its indulgent flavours like Milo Creme Brulee, Pash Me Pavlova and Chocolate Peanut Butter Sorbet.
9. Cow and the Moon
With a recent refurbishment and award-winning gelato, Enmore’s Cow and the Moon has cemented its position as one of Sydney’s stand-out gelato spots. The family-run gelato and coffee bar was awarded World’s Best Gelato for its Mandorla Affogato variety at the 2014 Gelato World Tour competition in Italy, and continues to attract visitors with mouthwatering flavours such as Lime in the Coconut and Passionfruit Creme.
10. Bar Italia
Locals flock to long-standing Leichhardt institution Bar Italia for the homemade gelato and sorbet. Located in the heart of Sydney’s “little Italy”, Bar Italia’s menu may be smaller than some newer institutions but its traditional favourites like Pistachio and Lemon Sorbet, are still have winning people over, year after year.
11. Chill Bar
Sydney’s Northern Beaches are packed with ice cream stores but one not to be missed is Chill Bar in Avalon. The family-run business serves more than 30 flavours of ice cream and sorbet; be sure to try its number one seller, Belgian Chocolate.
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This article was originally published by Singapore Press Holdings.