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
This is the best gelato I've had since visiting Italy. Hands down. When I first discovered Gelupo, I went 3 times in 10 days because it's so delicious. The gelato is very dense so I'd recommend getting a small if your eyes are usually bigger than your stomach!
My favorites include: (I guarantee you will love these)
- bitter chocolate
- ricotta and sour cherry
The seating area in...more
That is the sound of me being blown away by the flavour of the gelato here. One bite of pistachio and I'm transported back to Italy. The flavour is just unbelievably good and creamy and tastes exactly like nutty pistachios.
Gelupo is the only place in London I can really feel like I'm having gelato in Italy. The gelato here has that amazingly creamy texture I thought you couldn't find...more
If I'm in Soho and in need of ice cream, there are quite a few options, Gelupo being one of them. All in all, it's good ice cream, but there is better in the vicinity. It's close to my office which is a bonus but if I was out and about, I would probably choose Snowflake over this one. They have a nice mini Italian market inside and offer some fun items like ice cream cupcakes and Affogato...more
Decided to come here because of all the positive reviews. First impression is that it's tiny, which is okay. They let you sample the different gelatos that they have, which are pretty darn good. If you plan on eating inside, be prepared for dirty tables left with trash on them and not cleaned. Apparently it may have been too difficult for some customers to take their used cups and spoons...more
I think growing up in a city with a mega-Little Italy as a kid made me - despite myself - a gelato connoisseur. Or, well, at least A MAJOR CONSUMER OF GELATO. So when people were all: "go to Gelupo, post haste!" I, well...hastened there.
I like it. The staff was chatting in Italian to each other. Chefs from across the street (Bocca di Lupo; GO THERE) popped in and there was chatter and...more