We bought ice cream and trying to sit on the outside chair of the ice cream shop one of the staff asked us to go away and we not allowed to sit on these chairs although the places were mostly empty he said that we...More
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Lots to pick from and it's great to sit on the sidewalk and people watch. Generally a line up but it moves quickly so wait. Great fun and very tasty and the Viennese love gelato and desserts!
First of all, we're not that big on ice-cream. But it was hot and it seemed a great location to sit outside and treat ourselves and people-watch with an oversized ice cream. It's a nice place but the ice cream wasn't that great. I also...More
I have been to Bertolotto multiple times and it has been a solid consistent quality. The gelato is smooth and the flavors excellent. Paired with the fact that they have some great traditional Italian desserts (tiramisu, profiteroles, ...), as well as traditional Austrian desserts (strudel),...More
This little gelato place just up behind the Museum Quarter is worth the walk up the hill. Set in a high street of shops, it offers friendly service, late night opening and a menu of spectacular desserts. A "becher" - a wafer cup - of...More
Ideal for afternoon tea or coffee. You can find there also very delicious cakes and ice cream! Nice and helpful staff. I totally recommend and looking forward to our next visit!
Delecious ice cream flavours, quick service, the best break from shopping! Even if there is no table available, you can enjoy a cone to-go! There are lactose free options as well. Good prices.
My husband and I got two cones with pistacchio and coffee ice cream. They were both delicious!!! I was also surprised that they bake Italian biscuits called "Brutti ma buoni" (Ugly but tasty) which I never saw outside of Italy.
I could not resist its coffee smell. The desserts also were inviting, I ordered one Melfe and it was one of the best i tasted.