Il Gelato di San Crispino is considered to be one of the best gelateria in Rome. With all the traditional flavors, this place ... More
Il Gelato di San Crispino
Il Gelato di San Crispino is considered to be one of the best gelateria in Rome. With all the traditional flavors, this place is always inventing new ones such as Meringue with Hazelnuts, Pink Grapefruit with Whiskey Cream and Lemon and Licorice. Cups and cones are quite affordable and will make for some of your enjoyable moments. There are a couple locations in the city, but this is the oldest and most frequented one.
very small place. All the gelatti are covered and there are no pictures on the flavors, so you will have to decide which flavors you want from the Italian name tags but you can't go wrong with any choice...
I had pistachio and my husband had hazelnut and both were DELICIOUS. Very creamy, flavorful but it is more expensive than all the gelatteria we've had (and we had 2 gelatti every day for over a week).
We recommend you try it if you never had it before just to know what a GOOD gelatto tastes like. well worth the detour. Easy to find once you're at the Trevi fountain. I would go back again but I wouldn't eat there every day.
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