- A borrowing from Italian. (Wiktionary)
“Peach mascarpone tiramisu, the sorbets and the gelati are all homemade and yummy.”
“D'Ambrosio Gelateria Artigianale where Marco D'Ambrosio (who gave up a career in wine sales) and his papa Enzo (who mastered his craft in Italy) are proud to offer the kind of gelati they adored back home.”
“Linger on the outdoor terrace over mouth-watering creamy gelati for dessert, looking out on a dreamily lit lagoon with chirping frogs.”
“I had a toasted almond semi-freddo which is something like gelati only softer because it is not completely frozen.”
“There was this little pizza/gelati bar that also made these home-made fruit based iceblocks and the blood orange one was FKN awesome.”
“Weiss bars and sorbet, while good, cannot compare with the gelati bars I found in Fremantle.”
“Reserve a seat at one of the cute little candle lit tables up front by the window overlooking Madison Avenue and you might catch the likes of Bono, Lenny Kravitz ( who by the way once told me he grew up in Sant Ambroeus), Harrison Ford or Matt Dillon (all of whom I have seen many times dining at Sant Ambroeus) stop in for a coffee, gelati or a meal.”
“Sant Ambroeus is known for their fabulous Italian espresso and coffee drinks as well as their delectable cakes, cookies and gelati.”
“In their aptly-titled volume, Ices: the Definitive Guide, Caroline and Robin Weir divide ices into creams (ice cream and gelati), water ices (sorbets and granitas) and hybrids, with a foot in both camps (parfaits and sherberts).”
“When we were in Fremantle we saw a family party out with Nanna eating gelati.”
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