7 Archer Street, London Haymarket, London, W1D 7AU
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+44 (0)20 7287 5555
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7 Archer StreetLondon HaymarketLondonW1D 7AU
- +44 (0)20 7287 5555
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus
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I spent a semester in Italy and this beats any gelato I've ever had. I came here when I was in London for just one night. I was in the Piccadilly area and found it on Yelp and decided that ice cream is always a good idea. Boy was I right. This cafe is super charming with everything made in house. It is VERY popular so be ready for a crowd and a wait. I tried the ricotta, coffee & honey with...more
I now find myself picking dinner venues close to Gelupo so that we can skip dessert at the restaurant and head here instead... and on any given day, there are about a half dozen flavours that stick out to me, and are equally delicious. My favourites? The Pistachio is outstanding, as is the Coffee and Hazelnut. But a word of warning: if you are looking to take something back with you, I would...more
Gelupo's is what introduced me to the whole "froyo" craze. Once you go froyo, you never go back.
They have the beeest flavors, including banana, stracciatella, blood orange and nutella. The people here are super nice and they love joking around with Americans.
This place quickly became our favorite froyo joint in London, and is definitely better than the other options.more
I am approaching 500 reviews and felt like it was time I scanned through some of my older ones to see if thoughts and opinions have changed in the last few years.
For some reason, I had only given Gelupo 4 stars so obviously, this needed an update.
When in Soho, I think about their ice cream.
When in Covent Garden I think about their ice cream.
When in Oxford Street I think about their ice...more
A friend introduced me to Gelupo a couple of months ago and I'm already an addict. Whenever I find myself in Soho (often) I end up there. It's impossible to resist. The shop is tucked away on Archer Street but the bright blue retro decor is like a beacon calling me home. The shop is small and a bit awkward if you hit it at a popular hour, but it's adorably presented.
I've never really been a...more