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Gelato/Gelati, an Italian ice cream.

My housemate Cherry said that Gelatissimo just opened in SM Cebu, in front of Goldilocks and she was raving about it. She was glad that the attendants were polite enough in introducing the product to the market.

I’m not as good as her when it comes to describing food but she said that the she liked the way the acidity of the fruit (for the fruit-flavored gelato) mixes with the sweetness of the ice cream. I had to drop by to get some. The cost is 95 pesos per scoop.

I was there in SM to scout for some mba programs but I knew I had to take a break and eat some ice cream.

What’s good about the place when is that I was having a hard time picking on which flavor I wanted to eat. What the attendants do whenever this would be the case is give us a free taste of each flavor so we can decide which is which. Hence, it creates a better customer service experience for both parties.

Gelatissimo will be opening another branch at the Terraces in Ayala, so as they say.

Gelatissimo
SM City Cebu

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Gelatissimo

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gelatissimo sizes

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gelato

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gelati – plural

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ice cream

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yum yum

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pistachio

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snickers or pineapple?

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chocolate mint, vanilla, lemon

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one scoop

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gelatissimo at SM Cebu

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people flocking Gelatissimo


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soloflightEd.com is a travel blog by Edcel Suyo. He enjoys performing headstands and crazy stunts during his trips in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. Now based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and working to earn a living, he takes time to enjoy the city and travel during weekends.
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13 comments… add one
  • Maite

    Hello there…thank you so much for the positive response to our store…much appreciated and we are glad that you enjoyed the Gelatissimo experience!!!

  • Edcel

    Maite: I’ll definitely go back there again, I plan to taste all of Gelatissimo’s flavors. hehe. Hopefully, the Ayala branch will open soon. thanks for leaving a comment!

  • This reminds me of what Doi ate while we were roaming around Bangkok … hehehe miss yah eds … laag nya ta ni Doi wui

  • Edcel

    Wena: we’ll find time in our busy skeds. 🙂

  • Tita Carmen

    No guts no glory! Congratulations on your two stores. May your future be crowned with success guys… keep up the good work. Pictures of ice cream, signs look great. Am dying to taste at least 7 of your flavors… will fly there soon. More power to you!

  • gail dionela

    i really love their ice cream esp. choc chip. 🙂
    hey is it ok to grab some of ur pics for the gelatissimo club i posted in facebook?

  • Edcel

    Tita Carmen: go gelatissimo!

    gail dionela: sure no problem! grab away! thanks for leaving a comment. by the way, which gelatissimo club in facebook? so i can join it. 🙂

  • diantha gomez

    is there gelatissimo in Ayala Center Cebu?

    • Edcel

      yup, we have one at the ground floor of the terraces in ayala, in front of seattles best.

  • Anton

    Tried it and I consider it the best I’ve ever had!!! Can’t wait for a branch to open in manila!!! GREENBELT perhaps???

    P.S. Go try the coffee too!!! ( CAN’T BEAT FRESH!!! )

    • Edcel

      ey thanks for dropping by. didn’t know that gelatissimo hasn’t branched out in Manila yet. 🙂

  • zchenn

    pa-copy po ng pix. plss thanks:))

  • soloflightEd

    pakilagay lang po ng credit. 😀

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