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Where to find the best Ice-cream in London

A collection of some comments, articles, reviews taken around from blogs, newspapapers and printed magazines last summer. We're glad to receive such feedbacks; follow the links below if you wish and don't forget to leave us your comments and reviews around the web!

<<London's best ice cream parlours. Summer up your life with a trip to one of London's hottest gelato jointsWithin spitting distance of the Common, devour your treat inside the famous art deco building or at one with nature.>> - "London Evening Standard, 25 June 2014"

<<Best gelato in SW London and possibly top 5 in the city. Flavours always interesting and seem to change quite a bit but always has the classics. Worth a trip out if you're not living in the area and nice location right by the common and Old Town.>> - "Gary M. on Yelp!"

<<Best ice cream in clapham. The only problem is choosing which of the delicious to have.>> - "Tim O. on Foursquare"

<<Adults and children alike rave about Nardulli’ — it’s one of the best places for ice cream in Clapham. This is a proper Italian outfit, run by Lorenzo Nardulli, with lots of traditional recipes which have been passed down from generation to generation, along with some newer concoctions. >>  - "ClaphamMums.com"

<<Nardulli’s has been said to have some of the best Italian gelato in London to date. Whether you prefer a cone a tub or and tray, Nardulli and his small team makes all ice-creams on site in a variety of popular and unique flavours. The team will let you try a small samples before you buy so you know if you are going to enjoy your gelato to the full, but expect large queues on hot days and weekends, due to the popularity, but all reviews state that the gelato is worth the wait>>  - "Clink Hostels blog, July 2014"

<<A traditional Italian ice cream parlour, offering a delicious selection of homemade gelato. All the usual Italian favourites are here, including Nutella, Pistachio and Tiramisu, plus more unusual ones like Liquorice, Fig and Cinnamon.>>  - "Exclusive Magazines, June 2014"