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We’re all about desserts imitating other desserts, and for that, we love Fritz’s cinnamon doughnut flavour. Fritz has been scooping in Melbourne since 1952 and along with roasted almost gelati cones, you can pre-order cakes and tubs of fig ‘scream for private sessions at home. Fritz won five gold medals at the 2020 Australian Dairy Awards, so you’re sure to find something you like. There are locations in South Melbourne Market, Richmond, St Kilda and South Yarra, so hit them up in person or just order creamy heaven on your phone.
Delivery? Yes, via Deliveroo and Uber Eats.
Delivery? Yes, via Uber Eats and Deliveroo.
9. Zero Gradi
Now we have choices like ice cream brioche or tacos, fairy floss clouds or candied bacon, and charcoal, sea salt or ube. No matter how you roll, here are the super-duper scoopers serving Melbourne’s best ice cream, gelato and soft serve. Don’t want to venture out to get your ice cream? We’ve also added info on how to get it delivered to your door.
Gelato Messina is a Sydney import that Melburnians have embraced with mouths wide open. Gelato Messina makes everything from scratch, which includes baking apple pies, mince pies and brownies before transmogrifying them into creamy, dreamy frozen treats. A whopping 40 flavours (35 permanent and five seasonal ring-ins) means you need to weigh your options carefully to avoid post-purchase remorse.
Talk about well qualified. Before opening Pidapipó, Lisa Valmorbida studied at the Carpigiarni Gelato University in Bologna and then worked and ate her way around Italy’s finest gelaterias. We are the beneficiaries of her dedication, and Piadpipó, a small gelateria with a long marble bench, brass light fittings and red neon sign channelling 1950s Italo-chic, is its result. Boxes stuffed with luscious peaches and watermelons in the window point to gelati that are fresh and full of natural flavours.
Award-winning pizza chef Johnny Di Francesco took several trips to Naples to learn more about the sweet arts of gelato, and then Zero Gradi was born. Conveniently located next door to his original 400 Gradi pizza shop in Brunswick, this little café is just the place for your post-pizza affair. Accommodating staff can guide you through their flavours – from classic pistachio and espresso to the quirkier Margherita (made with red sponge and zabaglione gelato), green apple and red velvet.
Messina’s sorbets are all 100% vegan and 100% amazing! Flavours include salted coconut and mango (recommended), blood orange, chocolate, passionfruit, pandan and more! You can find them in Fitzroy, Richmond and Windsor, with stores open til 11/11.30 pm each night.
San Churro have a total of 24 vegan options on their menu, including ‘The Happy Vegan’ (pictured above): handmade churro bowl, rolled in cinnamon sugar, filled with vegan salted caramel & honeycomb gelato, drizzled in dark chocolate, topped with fresh strawberries and smashed Oreo cookies. YUM! Check out their full range of options and opening hours here.
This adorable little frozen yoghurt place offers 6 dairy-free frozen yoghurt flavours, which change regularly. Gojé’s huge selection of toppings are also 100% vegan-friendly, including homemade chocolate hazelnut sauce and peanut butter cups! Open til 10 pm on Tues, Wed, Thurs and Sun, and til 10.30 pm on Friday and Saturday nights.
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Cupcake Central offer a different vegan and gluten free cupcake every day and they’re to die for! Flavours include peanut butter filled NUTorious (pictured left), Pomberry, Coconut Lychee and Cherry Ripe. With 5 locations across Melbourne, find opening hours for your closest store here.
This pub is renowned for their amazing vegan pub food, and their desserts deserve the same rap. The deliciously creamy vegan cheesecakes will have you begging the kitchen to tell you how they do it. The dessert menu is constantly changing but popular cheesecake flavours include peanut butter and cookies and cream. They also feature crowd pleasers such as sticky date pudding, chocolate mousse and lemon meringue pie in the weekly specials — all 100% vegan. The Cornish Arms kitchen is open til 9.30 pm, 7 days a week.
Thanks to restaurants adding incredible plant-based food to their menus (or going completely plant-based), eating vegan food is easier and more delicious every day.