The gelateria is a hidden tiny gem in an quiet and residential neighborhood. The flavours are interesting and the taste is even better, I had vanilla and apricot and would recommend both of them. Worth a visit if you are in the area!
When I told my Roman friend that we were planning to eat gelato at different gelateria for all 21 days we were in Rome, she said we had to try La Gourmandise. My children and I had a bit of an adventure trying to find the place, but it was absolutely worth it. All the gelato here is made in... 更多
This place isn't exactly in a spot you'd normally walk past but I highly suggested making the trek there for their gelato. It is to-die-for! Lots of creative, seasonal flavors, lots of vegan options too. The flavors change according to season so there's always something new and interesting to try!
La Gourmandise is on a quaint side street in one of Rome's most historic and tranquil neighborhoods. The gelato experts concoct their secret recipes and can be seen working their magic behind the small glass window. In the front, the service is friendly and has a hometown feeling. The gelato is divine and comes in an array of traditional and... 更多
I was really surprised (pleasantly) by this tiny place in Monteverde which isn't on Parla's list -- or anyone's! I've never heard of it. It was divine. Whipped cream is kept in a metal bowl in the refrigerator. It's fantastic. The flavors are innovative without being over the edge crazy. I really loved the saffron with crispy walnuts. Texture was... 更多
We were only in Rome briefly and didn't have time to taste gelato all over the map. Luckily for us,... 更多