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Cosi Duci

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    Foto: Maria DiasCosi Duci
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Time Out says

Get your ice cream served with a dose of happiness when you order Sicilian artisanal ice cream from Cosi Duci. What sets it apart from other Italian ice creams? Owners Fabio Pitrola and Laura Alaimo say it's their generosity, explaining that they serve their portions up with shovels, not in scoops. They also opt for strong flavours with plenty of substance.

In addition to ice creams, they've reserved space among their pozzetti for their outstanding 'granita', a sorbet that's much finer and more solid than the typical liquid 'granizado' slushie. In lemon, pistachio, almond, chocolate or coffee, you can drink it drowned in a glass of cold tea (a killer soft drink!) or devour it with a delicious and aromatic Sicilian bun, the classic Sicilian breakfast. They praise the work of their Tuscan ice cream maker, Samuele Querciola, who crafts all the ice creams every day and excels in vegan varieties and citrus flavours like lemon and basil.

Ricard Martín
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Ricard Martín


Pujades, 218
Poblenou (M: L4)
Opening hours:
Mon noon-9pm; Tue-Sun noon-midnight
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