Massimo Pignata’s DelaCrem has become a Barcelona fixture since opening in 2010, and with this newer adventure, he experiments with new flavours and allows patrons to see part of the ice cream–making process. They still offer the classic flavours, but they’re also developing new recipes, such as vegan cashew cream, apricot and cashew, and roasted apricot with rosemary. Apart from ice cream, Obrador Delacrem has a simple café and also makes up horchata. Don’t leave without trying the house speciality, ‘affogato’: a scoop of ice cream inside a cup of coffee with milk ‘drowned’ by espresso.
Don't give up searching for relaxing outdoor oases, like beaches, parks and terraces, and bars where you can quench your thirst, but also don't forget another tempting way to cool off in the warmer months (or enjoy a tasty treat anytime) is with our selection of the best ice cream in Barcelona. They're original, and from a variety of different origins, but they all have one thing in common – they're delicious!
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