A modest little gelateria, Zazà’s isn’t a showy affair. Ice-cream flavours are limited, yet rarely boring, with a few surprises in among the old favourites. Gelato is created throughout the day in ice-cream makers that churn away beneath the counter. On our visit, fresh, plump oranges were being squeezed and added to the mixer for the arancia orange sorbet. Unsurprisingly, considering the freshness of the ingredients, our scoop had a crisp, light and delicately floral sweetness. Pistachio gelato was also a triumph, with a subtle, lingering nuttiness. The only miss was a bland white chocolate scoop. Opt instead for the dark chocolate, which packs more of a flavour punch. Seating is limited, but the venue is a light, bright modern space with stools along the counter, and a peaceful fenced patio area at the back that provides welcome respite from Notting Hill’s summer hordes.