Marine Ices

Restaurants, Ice-cream parlours Chalk Farm
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Marine Ices

The Myatt family have been producing Marine Ices gelato and sorbets since 2012, using the recipes brought from Italy by Gaetano Mansi, who founded Marine in 1939. Since moving to this location they have stopped selling food and now serve only ice cream.

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Marine Ices has a long heritage and has stood the taste test of generations, having made gelato and real fruit sorbets to original Italian recipes since 1931!! We are regarded as the pioneers of real Italian Gelato in London and continue to be the ultimate destination for Gelato addicts!
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By: Rebecca Taylor


Venue name: Marine Ices
Address: 61 Chalk Farm Rd
Opening hours: Daily 11am-10pm
Transport: Tube: Chalk Farm
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An old school ice cream shop that's got a good modern twist to it. The ice cream here is really good, with classics liek tutti frutti and mint chocolate chip. They offer the full gamut of cones, cups and waffles and they're all really good, and worth getting to help cut through the ice cream here. Salted caramel was especially great!

Staff are also super friendly and chatty, and seem happy to have a good natter away if you're so inclined.

Decent upstairs terrace area too if you're looking to hang out, as well as WiFi - so while not your first thought of somewhere to go and work, definitely one worth considering! They also frequently do free ice cream days or special offers, so well worth following them on social media to keep up to date!

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One of my favorite spots in London, always makes me feel like I'm on  a date in the 1950s. The family still seem to run the joint and the silver tables are always filled with a nice mix of locals.

Obviously the ice cream is great because ice cream is always great but they have all the flavours you wanna see like nutty ones and mint chioc chip.

Cute as hell, make your way up the high street for the visit and support a indie business rather than the gross chains taking over the area ;)