Loved it! There are many different flavors and there’s real fruit in it! It was so good I ordered twice.
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Absolutely delicious!! Really inventive flavours, a great place to rest between sights. It was the perfect after lunch snack as we cooled off shade 😋
I have never before written a review of an ice cream parlour but this was so good that I had to. There is a fantastic selection of flavours of both ice cream and sorbets but they also have a number of different and interesting flavours....More
When you eat as much gelato in Rome as I did in a week you realise that there are several really excellent establishments and plenty that are "good". This is in the excellent range and has some really innovative flavours. Happy to try anything will...More
Visited with a food tour and will definitely be back. Huge array of flavours, some standard and some unusual combinations. Try a few out before making a final decision. It's a tough one to make! The gelato is all natural with no artificial flavourings. The...More
Been indulging in Fatamorgana gelato for years now. They have an incredible selection of unusual flavours. The mint actually allows you to taste and sense the texture of the mint leaves. Delicious and probably amongst the healthiest and most creative gelato that Rome has to...More
Absolutely delicious ice cream. Many flauvors to choose from and atleast the ones I tried (there were more than a few) were really fresh and tasteful. Gelato to go.
There are two locations in Rome and we visited both. They had great flavors - many basics and some that are a bit more adventurous. We had a cheese flavor that was fantastic and some fruity ones with lavender and rose. Search out either location...More
Best gelato i have ever had. Greta chocolate and vanilla ice cream. The staff could be more friendly but i don't care that much. It will remind my the room at night because we took one ice cream and walked all over the Vatican city.
Worth the walk - but it's relocated to one block west around the corner and in the direction of the Vatican. I recommend as many visits as possible!