The Best Ice Cream Spots in Cape Town 2018

The Best Ice Cream Spots in Cape Town 2018

What would summer be without ice cream? Pretty bleak, right? Which is why we’ve rounded up the best in the Mother City.

This season, you don’t have to settle for supermarket varieties – artisanal and all-natural gelato are popping up in parlours, trucks, and stalls all over the Mother City. From bubble waffle cones and cookie sandwiches to handmade sorbet and (vegan-friendly) dairy-free delights, we’ve sampled the best in the business, and these are our picks.

1. Unframed  

Ice Cream Unframed
Claire Gunn

Owner and ice cream aficionado Yann Rey has dreamed up the exciting variety of flavours at this slick ice-cream parlour. Though the vibe at the Kloof street branch is stark and a little cold, there’s no denying that the product is as good as it gets!
Here, the focus is on the art of ice-cream making – a perfect balance of all-natural sugars, water, fat and air – and it shows. The best part is that there’s something for everyone, including lactose-intolerant and vegan ice-cream lovers!
How it’s served as a cone, cup, or tasting flight (a choice of 5 flavours)
We recommend Turmeric Latte (vegan), Burnt White Chocolate, Matcha Tea (vegan) and Sea Salt Chocolate.
Wow factor Unframed has some pretty delectable toppings to choose from Cardamom Dark Chocolate, Coconut Chips, and Superfood Raw Macarons, to name a few.
Contact 063 601 0287, icecream@unframed.co.za
Where to find it Unframed Ice Cream, 45C Kloof Street Cape Town
V&A Food Market, V&A Waterfront, Dock Road, Cape Town

2. The Creamery

Ice Cream Creamery

We’ve had a love affair with this brand since we took our first lick (back in 2012 at The Old Biscuit Mill). Not only is their ice cream heavenly, we love that all their products are lovingly handmade using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients that have been produced in a conscious, sustainable way.
The Creamery has branches in Newlands, Mouille Point and Claremont’s Palmyra Junction Centre, as well as stalls at the V&A Market on the Wharf, the Neighbourgoods Market and the Earth Fair Market in St Georges Mall. You can also hire their vintage scoop stall (that comes fully staffed) for private functions.
How it’s served in a cup or cone.
Wow factor Because they use only seasonal ingredients in their ice creams, the flavours change often, so you never know which ones you’ll get when you visit. It’s a good idea to try their Flavour of the Month.
Contact 021 447 7690, hello@thecreamery.co.za
Where to find it Dean Street, Newlands;  Beach Road, Mouille Point; and Palmyra Road, Claremont
You can also get their ice cream at Market on the Wharf, The Neighbourgoods Market and Earth Fair Market

3. Le Delizie

Ice Cream Delizie

Tucked away within a wondrous chocolate and gelato shop, Le Delizie serves artisanal gelato, super sorbets, and nougat and chocolates, too. Gelati flavours include: Stracciatella (a cream-based ice cream filled with crunchy, dark chocolate pieces), Pistachio, Hazelnut,  Chocolate, Coffee, Coconut (Cocco) and Gianduja (Chocolate and Hazelnut for the Nutella lovers), as well as tantalising Lemon, Mango, Grapefruit, Dark Chocolate and Strawberry Sorbet. All the gelati are eggless, except for Crema della Nonna (Granny’s Cream), which uses egg yolk.
How it’s served in a takeaway tub (500g), takeaway cup, or sugar cone – and they don’t scoop, they dish – Italian style!
Wow factor Massimo’s Gelato Bonbons (Italian kisses); the Tiramisu and Cherry-Cream ice cream; and the specially moulded ice-cream cakes.
Contact 062 034 2732, info@ledelizie.co.za
Where to find it Le Delizie, Shop 15, Dean Street Arcade, Main Street, Newlands, Cape Town

4. Sorbetiére

Ice Cream Sobertiere

Founded in 2013, Sorbetiére was born out of French chef Beran Cristini’s desire to make Cape sorbet. Offering both sorbet and ice cream, Sorbetiére uses local products, natural ingredients and seasonal ingredients to make its inspired creations.
Its dairy-free, vegan-friendly sorbets are made from 70 to 80% fresh fruit and a water base, while its ice creams use fresh milk and natural ingredients, with no artificial flavours or colourants.
How it’s served takeaway 500ml or 2L tubs; 1, 2 or 3 scoops in homemade sugar cones.
Wow factor the sorbet and ice-cream popsicles coated in chocolate!
Contact 079 085 5607, info@sorbetiere.co.za
Where to find it Sorbetiere, Side Street Studios, 48 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town
You can also get their ice creams at various stores, wine farms, restaurants and cafés including: Honest Chocolate Café, South China Dim Sum, Gogo’s Deli, The Mess, The Duchess of Wisbeach, and Burrata

5. De Villiers Café

Ice Cream de Villiers

Based in Paarl, with a second branch in Franschhoek’s Heritage Square, De Villiers Café is a delicious bean-to-bar chocolatier, coffee roastery and ice-creamery. What began as a garage-based hobby has become a fully fledged chocolate factory, shop and café, housed in a Cape Dutch home where visitors can watch the chocolate-making process through glass walls. All products are made using natural and fresh ingredients, and without any additional flavourings or preservatives.
How it’s served in a sugar cone or bowl.
Wow factor The dreamy ice-cream flavours, which include Chocolate Brownie, Cookies and Cream, Raspberry, Banoffee, Salted Caramel, as well as the refreshing Mango, Litchi, Lemon and Berry sorbets.
Contact 021 874 1060, info@spiceroute.co.za
Where to find it De Villiers Artisan Chocolate, Suid-Agter Paarl Road, Paarl
You can also get their ice creams at Heritage Square, Main Road, Franschhoek

6. Moro Gelato

Moro Gelato Cape Town

Stefano Moro and Heine van Wyk met in Milan years ago and, with their shared passion for gelato, visited the Italian foodie capitals of Bologna and Parma, researching and sampling gelati along the way, so they could bring us Moro Gelato. Here, it’s all about making gelato the way Nonna Moro used to. While touchingly paying tribute to Stefano’s Nonna, they combine their collective passion with the same real flavours and high standards she once used. Moro’s creamy gelato is freshly made each day from pure local ingredients, while the constantly changing range of dairy free sorbetti are made using seasonal, juicy fruits. Aside from Moro Gelato on Long Street, Moro sells its products at the Oranjezicht City Farm Market on Saturdays from a beautiful cart.
How it’s served cone or cup with a complimentary chocolate coated wafer, as well as 500g and 1kg takeaway tubs.
Wow factor We love the Pistachio, Caffe (rich coffee), Cioccolato (deep dark chocolate) gelati, and the Pomegranate and Hazelnut sorbetti!
Contact info@morogelato.co.za
Where to find it Moro Gelato, 165 Long Street

7. Kristen’s Kick-Ass Ice Cream

Ice Cream Kristens

American-born Kristen Buttress started this US-style ice cream shop in the heart of Noordhoek as a way of bringing her passion for all things tasty to life (and to make our days a little sweeter). Well, mission accomplished! This pet-friendly parlour is the ideal outing for the whole family, and the unique range of delicious flavours make each of the high-quality frozen treats extra special, and something you most likely wouldn’t have tried before!
How it’s served in a bowl, takeaway cup or sugar cone.
Wow factor Did we mention the unique flavours? Choose between the Top-Sellers (Sugar-free Strawberry, Pecans and Praline, Rocky Road, and Twix), Seasonal (Ginger Cream, Fresh Basil and Pralined Pine Nuts, and Apple Pie) or Boozy (Lime and Gin, and Aegir Porter with dark chocolate covered pretzels)
Contact 021 789 0255, kristen@kristenskickass.co.za
Where to find it Noordhoek Farm Village, Village Lane, Noordhoek, Cape Town
You can also get their ice cream at Constantia Uitsig Heritage Village, Spaanschemat River Road, Constantia, Cape Town

8. FrozenYo

Shaking things up by adding a frozen-yogurt food truck to the Cape Town scene, FrozenYo has proven rather popular since it set up its turquoise-and-yellow mobile bar on the Blouberg beachfront in 2014. The company has since opened a retail store to cater to the local community, and free up the truck for events only, which is now where the real froyo magic happens.
The Insta-worthy interior, complete with sprinkles-inspired wallpaper, pastel colours and comfy couches, is the ideal seaside spot for a tub of the good stuff. Pop in for a sweet treat after a surf, run or skate. Or go for a savoury breakfast waffle, with a beautiful view of Table Mountain on the side.
How it’s served in a cup, inside a cronut sandwich, or on a warm sweet waffle.
Wow factor Each batch is made with the finest imported frozen yoghurt from Italy, and contains live cultures and probiotics. It contains less sugar and kilojoules than ice cream, and has a real yogurt aftertaste, not to mention it’s gluten- (and guilt-)free!
Contact 082 445 6429, nick@frozenyo.co.za
Where to find it Shop 1, Carnaby Centre, Marine Circle, Table View

9. The Dairy Den

Ice Cream Dairy Den

This soft-serve ice-cream and doughnut store on Sea Point’s busy main road has made childhood dreams all over the Mother City come true, with its pretty-in-pink decor and brightly coloured treats. Come summer sunshine or winter rain, this little store is always packed.
How it’s served cone or cup. For a decadent treat, try an Oreo-flavoured black sugar cone or a completely edible sugar cup.
Wow factor The Belter, a donut wrapped around the soft serve of your choice, whose flavours range from traditional to exotic: Vanilla, Belgian Chocolate, Strawberry, Bubblegum, Mint Dragon (we love the nod to Game of Thrones) and the Summer Sizzle (a granadilla/ mango/ strawberry pulp creation) – ensuring there is something for everyone.
Contact 076 401 9895, ilovethedairyden@gmail.com
Where to find it 148 Main Road, Sea Point, Cape Town

10. Tashas Waffle House

Ice Cream Tashas

With its 50s-inspired pastel palette, this ice-cream parlour has a decidedly vintage feel. The designer waffles are heavenly, as is the gelato, sorbet, frozen yogurt and milkshakes. And don’t forget to pile on the toppings of your choice, which include Cherry Sauce, Turkish Delight, Smarties and Wafers.
How it’s served cup or cone.
Wow factor The crispy sugar cones add another dimension of flavour to your ice cream. And, if you’re a sorbet fan, try the Lemon – the perfect calibration of sweet and sour!
Contact: 021 794 8419, constantia@tashascafe.com
Location Tashas, Shop 55, Constantia Village, Constantia Main Road, Constantia, Cape Town

11. Cold Gold

Ice Cream Cold Gold

These ice creams and sorbets are made with fresh, organic, all-natural ingredients sourced from local farms and small producers in the winelands – no additives, preservatives or colourants are used. Also, if you’re, say, lactose intolerant, a vegan, or on the Banting diet – Cold Gold will whip up a tasty ice cream to suit your requirements!
How it’s served cup or cone or takeaway tubs of 150ml, 500ml, 1L, 2L, or 5L.
Wow factor In strawberry season, the 100% Strawberry Sorbet is heaven in a cup! Made with pure fruit, it’s a healthy and refreshing treat for summer.
Contact 074 182 5510, vzjanine@hotmail.com
Where to find it Cold Gold, Shop 53, Bosman’s Crossing, Distillery Road, Stellenbosch
You can also get their ice cream at Blaauwklippen Family Market, Lanzerac Wine Estate, You Bet It’s Ice Cream, and the wine and ice cream pairing at Nederburg Wine Estate

12. IceDream

Ice Cream Icedream
Bilal Randeree

For authentic Italian gelato, IceDream in Hout Bay is the place to go. All the ice cream is made on location, originally by owners Luigi and Liana, and now by their nephew Fabrizio since Luigi retired. There are a variety of flavours to choose from, whose names are presented in Italian (with the English translation below). These gelati are available from the store as well as the Bay Harbour Market.
How it’s served cup or cone.
Wow factor The Vanilla ice cream, made with pods from Zanzibar, is pure joy, and the fruit sorbets in Raspberry, Sour Cherry, Pink Grapefruit and a whole host of other divine flavours are darn good, too.
Contact 021 790 2496
Where to find it IceDream, Homeleigh Place, Main Road, Hout Bay, Cape Town

13. Ice Café

Made using a secret family recipe, the ice cream from this Kalk Bay café is made using natural ingredients and no eggs or gelatine. The flavours, which taste amazingly like the real thing include Black Forest (with real cherries, chocolate cake and cream) Peanut Butter, Cinnamon, Liquorice, Coffee, Coconut, and loads more.
How it’s served sugar cone or tub.
Wow factor Other than the great prices and huge scoops, we love that they change flavours daily, so you always have something new to try. And, as a nod to the environment, they encourage people to return plastic spoons (to be washed for reuse), and only use paper tubs.
Contact 021 788 1995
Location Ice Cafe, 92 Main Road, Kalk Bay

14. Icezeit

Ice Cream Icezeit 2018

On any given day, you’ll find 12 out of a possible 100 gelato and sorbet flavours, mainly made from fresh fruit, fresh double pasteurised milk, and as little sugar as possible – using a warming process that heats up the ingredients to 85 degrees, before being cooled down to four degrees to give the final product a delicious texture and depth.
How it’s served sugar cone or cup.
Wow factor Regardless of the season, there are so many delicious flavours to choose from. Keep a lookout for the Lemon, Wild Berry and Granadilla sorbets, and the Ferrero Rocher, and Malaga Rum & Raisin ice cream. For an extra R4, you can guiltlessly enjoy sugar-free ice cream.
Contact 021 421 8991, jaco@icezeit.co.za
Where to find it Icezeit, Sea Point Pavillion, Beach Road
You can also get the ice cream at Roca at Dieu Donné wine farm in Franschoek, most of the Radisson’s and Steffanie’s place in Somerset West

15. Créme de Levain

Ice Cream Creme Levain

This artisanal ice-cream parlour and bakery is situated on Stellenbosch’s buzzy Church Street, between an fro-yo joint and a wine shop. Relatively new to gelato scene, they offer 24 handmade flavours, as well as an array of freshly baked treats (cakes, macarons, brownies and crêpes), coffee, gourmet milkshakes, and even light lunches.
How it’s served cone or cup.
Wow factor The exotic flavours – that vary daily – such as Blueberry, Berry & Crème, Turkish Delight, Top Deck, Lemon Cheesecake, and Salted Caramel.
Contact 021 886 5116, cremedelevain123@gmail.com
Where to find it Creme de Levain, 15 Church Street, Stellenbosch

16. Cookies and Cream

Ice Cream Cookies Cream

The ice-cream sandwich trend has hit the ground running, and these guys (not to be confused with Crumbs and Cream) are up there with the masters. Their simple philosophy of “real ingredients, real good” is what makes their frozen bites taste so delicious. Made with fresh ingredients, the old-fashioned way, the ice cream is the cherry on top of (or rather in between) their warm American-style cookies.
How it’s served in one of their famous ice-cream sandwiches, or inside a bubble waffle, straight from the streets of Hong Kong.
Wow factor The warm cookie, a perfect mix of chewy and crispy. So much yum!
Contact 021 422 0723, hello@eatcookies.co.za
Where to find it 87 Buitengracht Street, City Centre, Cape Town

17. Gelato Mania

Ice Cream Gelato Mania

These family-run gelateria produce unforgettable scoops of happiness using a traditional, age-old recipe. Full-cream, hormone-free cow’s milk is used, with no added animal or vegetable fat, alcohol, gelatine or preservatives included. Those who would like to avoid sugar, you’ll be pleased to know that there are Banting and diabetes-friendly flavours available, but then you’ll have to forego the homemade sugar cones, which are divine.
How it’s served 1 to 3 scoops in a cup or homemade sugar cone; or 500g and 1kg takeaway tubs.
Wow factor The five most popular flavours are Salted Butter Caramel, Lemon Sorbet, Chocolate Brownies, Yogurt Berry Crunch and Diabetic Hazelnut.
Contact 021 914 6376, scoop@gelatomania.co.za
Where to find it V&A Waterfront (their flagship store), Green Point, Hermanus, Camps Bay, Franschhoek, Somerset Mall, Canal Walk and Cavendish Square

Vegan Ice Cream

With more and more people switching to vegan diets (or complaining of lactose intolerance), many of our favourite ice-cream parlours and eateries have introduced dairy-free, vegan alternatives that are just as creamy and delicious as their dairy counterparts. These are our recommendations:

  • Raw and Roxy (raw and vegan coconut scoops)
  • Unframed
  • Sorbetiére
  • Cold Gold
  • Kristen’s Kick-Ass Ice Cream
  • FrozenYo
  • You Bet It’s Ice Cream
  • Yokos Coconut Yoghurt (they don’t make ice cream, but the Greek-style yoghurt is so rich and creamy, they deserve a mention)

These gelati also deserve a lick…

  • Häagen-Dazs
  • Las Paletas
  • Myog
  • ShweShwe
  • Fabio’s Gelato
  • Crumbs and Cream

Research by Kent Cloete, Simone Michaelis and Alicia Chamaillé

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The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location.

Time of publication: 12 March 2018

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56 Responses to “The Best Ice Cream Spots in Cape Town 2018”

  1. Demetri Philippides

    My wish is, that I hope all the above “Ice cream spots” do not water down their recipes to increase quantities rather improve quality.

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  2. Nicky

    Ice dream, houtbay, absolutely awesome, handmade, the fruit is bought from farmers, it is proper Italian gelato and is actually healthy for you. Liana has the most sweetest warmest heart

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  3. Kit

    New place on Blouberg beach front, FrozenYo opened Jan 2017. Really good frozen yoghurt.

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  4. carol

    Kirsten’s Kick Ass Icecream at Noordhoek farm village – TOTALLY ROCKS!!!

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  5. Azande

    Ice Cream ninjas in Somerset West for the win!

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  6. Deidre Abrahams

    Hi, any mobile soft serve’s that is available to do a festival on 16 December 2016 in Fisherhaven,Hermanus?

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  7. Lionello

    what a pity to don’t see mention Don Gelato, while the first pic has been shot at 5 meters from their stall at the Food Market in the Waterfront.
    Real Italians, making traditional italian gelato, chemicals free. Jersey cows milk, fresh cream and free range eggs. and all their fruity gelato are also vegan friendly….

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  8. LJ Jackson

    Guys where are The Ice Cream Ninjas? they should be number 1 on this list! If you want to check us out we run a market in Paarl every Sunday at Nelson Creek wine estate! Come check us out 13 November! this is an invite or rather a challenge to show you what we’re about!

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  9. Ali Forder Harris

    Unfortunately the best kept secret ice cream shop in Cape Town is not on the list … Kristen’s Kickass Icecream wins hands down! Located at the Noordhoek Farm Village, it’s worth the drive!

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  10. Jemima

    The best ice-cream in Cape Town (by far) is at Le Delizie, an artisan chocolate and gelato shop in Dean Street Arcade, Newlands. Massimo and his wife, Adriana, who are from Milano, opened the shop a couple of years ago. Really, the best….

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  11. Tam

    Phat Fox does is becoming quite well know for awesome dairy free ice cream.

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  12. Bruce

    The Creamery in Palmyra

    They have the most delicious waffles I have ever tasted and ice cream to boot. The décor is stylish and reminiscent of a 50s ice cream parlour. However the music spoiled my experience. Instead of playing music appropriate to that era, they played awful club music which the staff sung along to. The cherry on top was hearing a remix of Haddaway’s “what is love?”

    Although the staff were friendly and knowledgeable they would have made more of an impression if they wore vintage garb.

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  13. Christina

    MyShake Milshake Bars do a massive range of build your own gourmet ice creams!!! They use real product so whatever treat you choose, you get the real flavor e.g Kit kat and peanut butter mmmmmm 🙂 http://www.mymilkshake.co.za

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  14. Gordon

    The Creamery…. Order half-and-half and you get two flavours for the price of one. Absolutely delicious.
    Simply the best!

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  15. Ruandre

    This list needs some Kristen’s Kick Ass Ice Cream http://www.kristenskickass.co.za

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  16. The Champagne Collection Holiday Villas - Hermanus

    What’s a trip to the countryside without ice cream! Don Gelato “authentic Italian Gelato” in Stanford, also has an outlet in Hermanus, and then there’s Gelato Mania near the Old Harbour.

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  17. Leonora Parker

    You need to add Kirstens in Noordhoek Farm Village. Unbeatable!

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  18. Anna

    Not one with sugar-free ice cream? As someone with type-1 diabetes, it is my dream to be able to have ice cream again. The best one was in Royal Ascot – they made ice cream with nitrogen – but it sadly closed down.

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    • The Inside Guide

      Hi Anna
      Off the top of my head, Gelato Mania does a diabetic-friendly one… Enjoy!

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    • Megan

      Addictions in Camps Bay does sugar free ice cream and sorbet. It’s very good!

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    • Margot

      At Icezeit in Seapoint Pavilion you find sugar free yogurt Gelato. Yummy

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    • Emile

      Do not look further than Cold Gold. You will definetely find something suitable for you and it will taste like the real stuff.

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  19. Gelato on the Go

    Cute little tuk tuk that started operating in September last year. Awesome ice cream. also served in a sugar cone or cup.
    Natural ingredients used.

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  20. Brent

    What about the little ice cream place in blouberg???

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  21. Doug

    You missed Milky Lane Tableview. Great icecream and very friendly staff

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  22. Brian

    Great compilation. Congratulations on an interesting subject choice.

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  23. Christina

    GELATO MAINIA – without a doubt THE BEST!!!!!! There is one in Camps Bay, V & A Waterfront, Greenpoint, Hermanus all over. Have got to try – should have made the list!

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  24. Benjamin

    You should try Boost Juice Bars in the V&A Mall in between KFC and Marcel’s.

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  25. Doug

    IceDream in Hout Bay – if you’re lucky they will be serving guava sorbet (in season). If not the Lemon sorbet is always worth the visit.

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  26. Mia

    Funny how not one of these places is anywhere NEAR a beach!! ☺

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    • jaco

      Actually Mia Icezeit has a Gelateria Kiosk on the beachfront on the Seapoint promenade next to the Seapoint swimming pool.

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  27. Andrea

    You left out one of the best! Ice Cafe, a veritable Kalk Bay institution. Handmade italian ice-cream, sorbets and frozen yoghurt. Ice cream flavours include real Belgian Chocolate, Blueberry Cheesecake, Turkish Delight, Liquorice, Honeycomb, Rosewater and Raspberry, Rooibos, Amarula and Pina Colada. Not to mention the delicious sorbets which include flavours like Kiwi, Litchi and Berries. I can go on…check them out, you won’t be disappointed!

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  28. mick

    I recently discovered a brilliant little gelato shop called Husbrandt on waterkant cenral CT

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  29. Gaynor

    Filo Frozen Yoghurt in the Spar centre in Sea Point is much better than myog or Wakkaberry. It doesn’t taste as synthetic. Seems like a better quality product.

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  30. Cheryl Firmani

    I cannot believe you have left out the Venezia….. I do not know anyone who goes to Cape Town w/o a visit to Main Rd Seapoint for this Gelato…. The original in CT.. I have benhooked on this for the last 35 +- years……. 🙂

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    • Deborah Lewis

      I have to agree Cheryl, I have been going to Venezia since I was a little girl. It’s a landmark and a trip down memory lane 🙂 … their lemon flavour on a hot summer day is devine.

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    • Arrian Cotton

      Yes & Venezia was the only place I ever found L

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    • Lynn

      I remember going to Venezia as a child in the 70s, ! I’m afraid it disappoints me now as it’s nothing like what it used to be.

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  31. Patrick

    What about La Sorbetière in Woodstock?
    They prepare the most amazing artisan ice creams and sorbets.
    Their peanut butter with pecan nut is just out of this world! Not to talk about their watermelon and cucumber sorbet…

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  32. Yaser

    You guys should include Sorbetiere (http://www.sorbetiere.co.za/) in Woodstock. It has won an EatOut award for the originality of its ice-cream…but rather check it out yourself!

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  33. Charlene

    Moro Gelato @ stellenbosch slow market every Saturday. Authentic Artisinal Gelato made the Italian way. http://Www.morogelato.co.za

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  34. The Inside Guide

    Hi Stephanie and Peta.
    A definite oversight on our part. We will rectify ASAP!
    Thanks.

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    • Charlene

      Time for another “rectify” . Moro Gelato is definitely on the map now! @ OZCFM grangerbay, masons press Woodstock and a new shop opening on 165 Long Street before the end of the year!!

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  35. Peta Becker

    Where is your listing for the most famous ice cream shop in cape Town, ICE DREAMS, Main Road, Hout Bay???? The are an family of artisinal ice cream makers, making real gelato and fruit sorbets such as guava, pink grapefruit, mango and about 20 other flavours.
    please add to your list.

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  36. Stephanie

    You forgot the best original artisanal Italian gelateria in Cape Town – IceDream in Hout Bay! Everything homemade and super delicious! They’ve been there over 20 years and the Italian family who run it are lovely. Definitely a must visit!

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  37. lourens

    Milnerton Flea Market has an amazing ice cream van.

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