£3 for Two Scoops of Home-Made Gelato For Two at La Gelatiera (57% off)
- Italian artisan gelato parlour
- Flavours include sea salt caramel, Japanese sesame, and Caribbean spicy rum
- Traditional Italian methods
- By Covent Garden tube station
- Featured in Groupon Lifestyle blog
- Choice of up to two flavours in a wafer cup for each person
- Flavours change daily
- Vegan options available
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Groupon to be presented on arrival. Valid Tue-Sun. Valid for up to 2 flavours each only. Additional scoops can be bought for extra charge. Surcharge of 50p on pistachio, chocolate sorbet and nocciola flavours. Original value verified 19 March 2012 at 4.10pm.
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Notorious for their scandalous behaviour, ice creams often provide journalists with the best scoops. Eat all about it with today’s Groupon: £3 for two scoops of home-made gelato in a wafer cup for two people at La Gelatiera.
Fervent about frozen dessert, La Gelatiera lovingly craft all of their Italian gelato and sorbets by hand, using seasonal ingredients and local dairy while refusing entry to artificial additives and colouring. Classic flavours such as vanilla and coffee sit alongside more adventurous tongue-tinglers like Japanese sesame and Caribbean spicy rum. A glass-bottomed floor allows visitors to indulge their eyes as well as their sweet teeth, as they witness the traditional methods in action.
A sweet-toothed duo can enjoy two scoops of this artisan gelato each, served in a wafer cup at the Covent Garden parlour. The carousel of flavours changes each day and range from the time-honoured tang of the Limone to the creamy Vaniglia, flavoured with carefully selected Madagascan vanilla pods. For more information on La Gelatiera, check out the latest edition of the Groupon Lifestyle blog.
La Gelatiera received a sweet 5/5 from Time Out London users and one enthusiastic ViewLondon reviewer. While the Editors of both sites awarded 3/5, the users praised the adventurous flavours, the quality of the texture, and the friendly staff.
The flavours are adventurous and really lovely (never too sweet which is a problem with a lot of the gelato in London) and the texture and creaminess of the gelato here really sets this place apart from its competitors.
– EW, Time Out London, Mar 2012
This lovely, small place has an amazing ice-cream choice! Ice-cream is light, tasty and deliciously generous.
– latastebud, ViewLondon, Feb 2012