This article is taken from Italian gelato website Jo Pistacchio and translated and adapted to English by Gelato Village…
Ieri sera sono stati premiati i primi tre classificati del concorso Coppa Agugliano Agrimontana:
– “Variazioni sul verde” (sorbetto di pistacchio con capperi ed origano)
gelateria De Coltelli di Pisa di Gianfrancesco Cutelli.
– “Maritozzo” (crema anice verde di Castignano ed uva morena)
gelateria Makì di Fano (PU) di Antonio Luzi.
– “Bee happy” (miele di Leicester, limone e Salvia)
gelateria Gelato Village di Leicester (UK) di Daniele Taverna ed Antonio de Vecchi
If there’s the slightest glimmer of sunshine in the sky, you can pretty much guarantee that a certain gelato business in the centre of Leicester will be teeming with foodies, eager for a scoop of delicious dessert…
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Gelato Village, of St Martins Square, Leicester, features in YouTube video “Success stories from all continents around the world” – be the next to change your life with Carpigiani Gelato University!.
Gelato Village, which opened in St Martin’s, Leicester, in summer 2014, picked up the prize at the Food Awards England 2016.
An Italian dessert parlour has won a top award at an international ice cream festival.
Gelato Village, of St Martins Square, Leicester, was praised at the three-day Gelato Artigianale Festival, in Agugliano, Italy.
The city of Leicester, here in the UK, is home of the surprise winners of the English premier league this season. Several local businesses have spared no effort to back Leicester City. One of them is the Gelato Village which has created the ‘Gelato of the champions’ in honour of the Leicester boss, Claudio Ranieri and his team. Daniele Taverna –the owner of the ice cream parlour– spoke to Newsday.
(Caption: An ice-cream from Leicester’s Gelato Village. Credit: Gelato Village)
I tried. I travelled the 1,300 miles that separate Rome from Leicester imagining what I would find. I put my pen and notebook into my backpack determined to write a report on the miracle of Leicester City. I swear I tried…
Ci sono i cardiochirurghi che salvano le vite dei bambini, uno è un enfant prodige veneto, l’altro un luminare di Milano che ha due anni più di Ranieri. Ci sono i migliori ristoratori italiani d’Inghilterra, infatti il mister li conosce bene.
Se non fosse per la favola dei Foxes di mister Ranieri, Leicester sarebbe potuta rimanere rilegata nell’immaginario collettivo come una delle piazze centrali di Londra.
From NOS – Nederlandse Omroep Stichting – Netherlands Public Broadcasting system
A popular ice cream parlour in land-locked Leicester has been named as one of the best in the country.
Users on international review site TripAdvisor have rated Gelato Village, in St Martin’s Square, as the sixth best ice cream shop in the country.
A Leicester business has been revealed as one of the top 10 ice cream parlours in Britain by the TripAdvisor website.
Gelato Village, in St Martin’s Square, came sixth in the UK, based on reviews and opinions posted on the website.
The ice cream parlour opened last August and is run by owners Daniele Taverna and Antonio De Vecchi.
WHAT. IS. THIS?
TripAdvisor has revealed the UK’s 10 best ice cream parlours… but there is no mention of any creamy Devon goodness!
The top place goes to Di Polas in Hastings but from there the rage grows and, whisper it, Cornwall are in second place with Perranporth’s Perran Dairy Ice Cream Parlour.
Heck, there’s even a mention for Somerset’s PJ’s Ice Cream Parlour and ANOTHER Cornish parlour in Moomaid of Zennor in St Ives.
An independent food festival, selling pizza, curry, ice cream, cakes, barbecue food and other cuisine, is being launched in the city.
The new event, called Leicester’s Independent Food Festival, will take place on the August bank holiday, Monday, August 31.
So last night I was lucky enough to be invited to the launch of Gelato Village’s new ice cream flavour range. Its called the Issimo range and it’s absolutely glorious. The flavours are so incredibly delicious, I honestly love them so much.
We popped back down to Gelato Village last night for an extra special midnight feast. It was a fantastic party, showcasing the new range, called Issimo. Made with the usual Gelato Village artistry, fresh ingredients and no artificial preservatives, so it’s fresh and delicious, the Issimo range is designed to give an extra special taste sensation. But as the ingredients are seasonal it’s not going to be around forever! The range will be available to the public from 18th July 2015 and we’ll see how long it sticks around for.
What better way to cool down in the hot weather than with an ice cream from one of Leicestershire’s finest parlours?
We’ve been asking Mercury readers to submit their favourite establishments to enjoy a summer-time treat from and a whole host of different suggestions have arrived whetting the appetite, so we’ve picked out some of our favourites.
It’s been a good week. We’ve had food and beer matching, there’s been Leicester’s first frozen yoghurt, and of course I’m still embraced by the warm glow of the memory of our week in Catalonia. So I didn’t know it could get any better, that it would get better, and that I would meet even more incredible people and try amazing things here in our lovely city of Leicester.
You know, really exciting things are happening in my home city of Leicester and it’s just wonderful. After the crash the high streets seemed to become the soulless home to chain store after chain store and I found it oh so depressing. I’m so so pleased that I can walk through Leicester now and visit little indy shops, restaurants and cafes – it feels wonderful to support local creatives and entrepreneurs, help boost the local economy and know that I’m contributing to my community. One of my absolute favourite places in Leicester is now St Martins Square, home to lots of lovely independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Walking through St Martins feels like you’ve stumbled upon a wonderful hidden artist’s area of Milan or Rome and that feeling is heightened when you look into the sparkling interior of Gelato Village a beautiful cafe serving gelato, sorbetto, Italian pastries and much more.
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St Martin’s Tea and Coffee has been one of the most lively independent businesses in Leicester city centre for years. After starting life as a cookware shop, it opened a coffee roastery, then combined the two businesses and opened a cafe, which eventually swallowed up the cookware business.
It’s a tumultuous time in the city of Leicester, with the last Plantagenet King, Richard III, finally being laid to rest. Festivities galore have lined the streets of the city for weeks, but less than 500 feet away from the Cathedral, at the city’s beating heart, celebrations have taken on an Italian tone.
It looks like ice cream but tastes better and – best of all – it won’t give you a nasty brain freeze. Gemma Peplow’s latest shopping scoop features the creamy goodies on offer at Gelato Village
Fed up of it being grey and freezing and dreary and generally rubbish outside? Us too. Which is why we’ve spent the last few days searching for the perfect antidote to all this rubbish January weather.
I don’t know about you, but I prefer Italian ice cream to the usual ones we get here. For many years, I’ve been complaining about how much I hate the ice creams you get here, and how I miss the ones I used to have when I went to Italy.
An Italian dessert cafe is to launch in Leicester later this week.
Gelato Village, which will provide four new jobs, will open at St Martin’s Square on Friday.
The store has taken over the former space of sports and casual wear shop, Magic Toast, following a refurbishment of more than £100,000.