Gelupo is the ice cream parlour and gelateria offshoot of head chef and proprietor Jacob Kenedy's Bocca di Lupo restaurant. Come here for to-die-for Italian-style ice creams and gelato in the heart of London's Soho.
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Venue Details & Map
7 Archer Street
- +44 (0)20 7287 5555
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
so unfortunately i came here at night and they seemed to out of a lot of flavors according to staff.
when i asked for recommendations on flavors that they are known for and pistachio was one of them but it has been sold out already.
so i ordered: spagnola (4 pounds) which is sour cherry with custard. unfortunately this flavor just didn't win me over. i felt a bit disappointed but i...more
Blood orange sorbet? Yes please!
Made on skimmed milk most ice addicts would object that it would be so dull or even tasteless. Well, it wasn't.
The combination between the slight bitterness of the blood oranges and the added sugar made for a perfect mid-tour cleanser. And standing in the room and watching the myriads of ice(cream) really only made you think of one thing; when can I fit...more
AMAZING gelato. I got the bitter chocolate and the spagnola (sour cherry and cream) flavours, two scoops in a tiny cup. While 4 quid is pricey, the incredible quality is worth it. The chocolate flavour is intense as is the cherry- you feel you are chewing are yummy ripe cherries. The combo worked well.
I also go the gianduja brownie, which was OK- soft and crumbly but should have had more...more
Summer's coming! Which in my book only means one thing: ice cream! And I think I might just have found London's finest!
Gelupo is a cute little ice cream parlour down Archer Street and was opened by the team behind always-packed Italian restaurant Bocca di Lupo. Saying those guys know their gelato would be quite an understatement.
Out of the flavours we tried, my favourite was the Ricotta...more
The gelato certainly was tasty, but it seemed a bit expensive. It might be something to do with the conversion rate, but it might just be that they were charging more for a scoop than I had expected.
The store up front is tiny, so if it gets busy (which it was when we were there), it can feel very crowded. There wasn't a whole lot of organization that day, either, so people were kind of...more