© Lee Maas, Timo Sommer
© Lee Maas, Timo Sommer
© Lee Maas, Timo Sommer

Il Gelato

Where Hamburg is just like “Bella Italia”

The ceiling of the ice cream parlour “Il Gelato” is adorned with Michelangelo’s divine spark, under which senses are excited.

Anyone who enters “Il Gelato” immediately feels as if they are in Italy. This is due on one hand to the decoration, especially the impressive ceiling mural. However, the delicious ice cream is mainly to blame, since the homemade varieties are incomparable. “Il Gelato” makes it clear that it doesn’t need to be summer to indulge in a tasty ice cream.

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryCafé/Bistro
  • Type of cuisineItalian
  • Price
  • AmbienceMediterranean
  • TipIce cream specialities, small Italian snacks
  • Servicevaried

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