Our top 6 ice-cream picks for summer

Nothing screams summer more than a delicious scoop of ice-cream on a hot day. We’ve put together a list of our top ice-cream picks in the city.

48 Flavours

78 Gouger Street, Adelaide

48 Flavours is a family-owned gelateria that makes delicious artisan gelato using fresh South Australian produce. With daily production of over 100 varieties of dairy, sorbet, vegan, and low-fat options, there is always something new and exciting to try at every visit.

Shibui Dessert Bar

2/160 Grote Street, Adelaide

Shibui’s magical ice-creams are a trending internet sensation. If you’re looking for an insta-worthy dessert, look no further than Shibui Dessert Bar.

Gelatissimo

280 Rundle Street, Adelaide

Gelatissimo make their gelato fresh in-store with no artificial flavours or colours. With a range of old-school classics to quirky flavours, you’ll never be short for choice. They also have a range of vegan-friendly, dairy-friendly and nut-allergy friendly options to suit all - so no one has to miss out!

St Louis house of fine ice-cream & dessert

20 O'Connell Street, North Adelaide

At St Louis you can find a number of flavours inspired by ingredients found all over the globe, particularly from France and Italy. Offerings use nothing less than real pasteurised milk and real cream, sourced from local farmers and their family of cows. They also cater for the health conscious with dairy free sorbets that are both 100% fat free and 100% delicious.

Bononia

145 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide

Enjoy a taste of Italy at Bononia with home-made, organic gelato, and a number of inventive flavours to keep the whole family happy.

Betty's Burgers and Concrete Co

211-215 Rundle Street, Adelaide

If you’ve ever wondered what concrete refers to at Betty’s Burgers and Concrete Co, it’s the name they give to their house-made, frozen custard ice-cream desserts. Consisting of either vanilla or chocolate, this ice-cream is made on site daily and blended at a high speed with your favourite mix-in ingredients. And while you’re there, why not grab a burger?