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
You have to offer fresh fruit gelato to get a 5 star review from me, though alas that's rare outside central Italy. Within the non-fruit framework, Gelupo makes excellent gelato - creamy, rich, and with intense flavors. The sorbetti are boring though - head straight to the dairy enhanced stuff.more
Yelp to the rescue! After dinner with friends in Soho, we were craving something sweet and cold. (We were there during a heat wave; temperatures were in the 80's and 90's.) I searched for "gelato" on the Yelp app and up popped Gelupo. We made the 0.3 mile stroll from dinner and discovered a small line winding outside of the shop. Seemed like we picked a good one!
Once inside, I was...more
Get your fix here for some quality gelato. I tried the tairmisu gelato and there was even sponge cake inside the gelato. Coffee was fresh and strong.
Prices are a little on the high side as the gelato was pretty small but it wasn't ridicluous.more
Super charming place with excellent gelato. They had some interesting flavors and we ended up ordering the only two we asked to try - blackcurrant leaves and bonet.
The blackcurrant leaves had streaks of fruit with background flavor of leaves, slightly bitter like green tea. They must have steeped the milk with the leaves. Very good and different. The bonet was chocolate, coffee, egg yolk,...more
Such good gelato! The best I came across while in London. It's a bit hard to get to but when you see it it'll be obvious because of the line. The employees are very kind and let you sample numerous options.
I liked the bonbons a lot and my friend loved the panettone cake. The blood orange gelato flavor is really unique and a total hit, as well as the hazelnut!more