Hospitality design: extend Summer with the tastiest organic ice creams in London

Fortnum & Mason Parlour by KKD
Fortnum & Mason Parlour by KKD
Snow Flake Gelato by Lifeforms
Snow Flake Gelato by Lifeforms
Gelupo Gelato
Gelupo Gelato
La Gelatiera by Hendzel & Hunt
La Gelatiera by Hendzel & Hunt
Snog by Cinimod Studio
Moto Yogo

Everyone loves an ice cream.  Whether just one flavour or mixed,  Londoners are in love with this delicious treat even when the weather isn’t so great. That’s why today we have selected the best ice cream spots in London.  These places offer a combination of the best quality ingredients with some cozy hospitality design. Would you like to enjoy a delicious ice cream in a lovely location?  You have no option but to say “I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream”!

 

Fortnum & Mason by KKD

With hospitality design concept by KKD, Fortnum & Mason is a world class food-hall  for anyone looking for exquisite culinary options. The Parlour at Fortnum & Mason is a true universe for ice cream, where you can find indulgent artisan flavours. With a retro chic style where pastel colours and white are mixed, this is the place for anyone looking for a luxury ice cream experience.

 

Snow Flake Gelato by Lifeforms

With a great selection of gelato and sorbets, Snow Flake Gelato  also has a huge free range of products to enjoy. The Soho unit was designed by Lifeforms, focusing on modern and simple lines that match the predominant white decor.  Just like a luxury gelato, the icy white blends perfectly with colourful details from the benches and decor, highlighting the best that the store has to offer: the gelatos and sorbets on the counter.

 

Gelupo Gelato

From renowned Chef Jacob Kennedy,  Gelupo offers a luxury selection of handmade low-fat and dairy-free ice creams. The retro hospitality design concept mixes perfectly with the products, taking us back to that homely feeling of our grandmother’s recipes. The pastel palette gives the final touch, matching the tasty range of ice creams. This year, Gelupo will shine in the “design junction” with a temporary pop-up ice cream parlour. So if you are heading to London’s Design Festival this September, be sure not to miss it.

 

La Gelatiera by Hendzel & Hunt

Designed by Hendzel & Hunt, La Gelatiera is the place to be for a huge variety of handmade gelato and sorbets. Gluten and dairy-free options are also available for a healthier choice. When it comes to hospitality design, this place is quite unique: composed of raw surfaces and natural colours that emphasise the organic ice creams, the interior was built using reclaimed wood with an explanation of the history of each piece.  A handmade interior for a handmade ice cream experience!

 

Snog by Cinimod Studio

Frozen yoghurts are also a must on the icy universe and they can be just as delicious as an ice cream. If you fancy one, then you have to try Snog, one of the greatest frozen yoghurts spots in London. With hospitality design by Cinimod Studio, the idea is simple: to make an interior that represents a never-ending summer with grass-like floors and flowers covering the walls. Sounds perfect for a foggy London afternoon!

 

Moto Yogo

With a tasty selection of organic frozen yoghurt, Moto Yogo is an attractive food truck that makes its presence felt in major London markets and events. Inspired by traditional milk floats, Moto Yogo brings you fresh frozen yoghurt in two retro milk floats with a modern twist, Stan and Winnie where creamy colours will make you want a spoon instantly. With a coherent hospitality design concept, the milk floats and all the machines are 100% electric.