Gelarto Rosa: ice cream as a form of art
Posted by Katalin Török · Aug 25, 2014

Artisan ice creams have recently become popular, realising the demand for healthy goodies. Gelarto Rosa has developed its supply to perfection: their ice creams are not only healthy, but they are also a form of art.


photo: www.facebook.com/GelartoRosa

If you take a walk by the Basilica, you can’t miss people with ice cream roses in their hands – they are all satisfied customers of Gelarto Rosa, the ice cream parlor right next to the church. The small business has a terrace in the summer, and as you take a look inside, you feel like you have to step in, because the atmosphere is so catching, and the way these roses are created looks so delicious, it leaves you no doubt about having to try it – as we already have (hence the enthusiasm).

photo: https://www.facebook.com/GelartoRosa

Gelarto Rosa won TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence in 2013, well-earned. They offer handmade ice creams including natural ingredients only, without artificial coloring. Instead of scoops, they serve their ice cream as roses, creating each and every portion or cone as a unique artwork using ice cream as art material. The result is both beautiful and delicious, due to the traditional Italian recipes they use as a base. Their unique way of mixing different tastes makes them extraordinary as well: you can try white chocolate-levander, chili-chocolate, lemon-basil, or strawberry-elderflower just to mention a few. The service is kind, and they have sugar- and gluten-free versions as well.

photo:www.facebook.com/GelartoRosa

The interior of Gelarto Rosa with its bright colors and vintage furniture suggests the same attention that you get while staying there – it is familiar and welcoming. If the weather is colder, you can choose from macarons or different cookies. They have hot chocolate and first quality coffee as well.

photo:www.facebook.com/GelartoRosa

Having an ice cream in Gelarto Rosa brings back childhood memories, when everything seemed more wonderful. With a view to the Basilica, this is the perfect spot to have a few minutes for your own during a busy day.

SHARE AND LIKE
MORE IN Gastronomy
DIY: bejgli, the Hungarian Christmas cake
Favorite of the week: edible takeaway cup for soup
Guests smashed a luxury restaurant in Budapest – here is why
Best parlor candies of the year announced
Hungarian confectioner created masked Santa Claus for this year
Coffee-flavored Unicum has arrived
Wow: this is Hungary’s most expensive burger
Hungarian dishes among best in the world
Hungarian Bocuse d’Or Team got into the world final
Legendary Hungarian restaurant has reopened in London under a new name