Food & Drink

Fave 5 Gelato Shops In Brisbane

By Laura Walkley
27th Oct 2015

Brisbane's Best Gelato
Brisbane's Best Gelato
Brisbane's Best Gelato
Brisbane's Best Gelato
Brisbane's Best Gelato
Brisbane's Best Gelato
Brisbane's Best Gelato
Brisbane's Best Gelato

Some things just go together, like PB and jelly, and Posh and Becks, so this year we’ve teamed up with MINI to bring you, our discerning readers and drivers, our fortnightly MINI Fave 5 series: The must-try guide to Brisbane, celebrating the launch of the new MINI 5-door hatch!

Summer is on the horizon, which means long, hot days wearing minimal clothing and escaping to the ocean at every opportunity. The newly sweltering weather also calls for an abundance of gelato eating, which we cannot help but be ecstatic about.  While some people have slacked off their ice-cream eating over winter, over here at The Urban List, we’ve kept up with consumption in order to narrow down the contenders of this very important summer list of Brisbane's best gelato.

Gelateria Cremona


If you’ve been to Gelateria Cremona, you surely saw this one coming. There’s nothing better than a food joint that isn’t afraid to take a leap of faith in the name of creativity. With over 200 ever-changing flavours, you can expect hot cross bun gelato at Easter and Christmas pudding flavour at Christmas time, all of the finest quality, and served with the friendliest of smiles.

Milany Caffe e Gelato


This Hamilton favourite, Milany Caffe e Gelato, has an overflowing number of awards to its name, and in one lick, you will see why. With 30 flavours, and banana splits and sundaes on the menu there’s no shortage of options that will keep you heading back all summer long.

ShliX Gelato

Fortitude Valley

The usually bustling hole-in-the-wall Valley joint ShliX prides itself on it’s very minimal-fat method of gelato making. With Red Bull flavour as an offering for the Valley night-trawler, regular citizens can also grab the exceptional butterscotch, coconut and chai options or a fancy ice-cream cake.

Nom Nom Natural Gelato


Dairy-free and gluten-free gelato and sorbets at Nom Nom Natural Gelato are here to help ice-cream lovers with unfortunate intolerances. Maleny milk is used in the dairy gelati and a soy-milk alternative is reportedly on its way!

La Macelleria


When you can’t pronounce the name, you know the gelato shop is legit Italian, and likely extremely delicious. La Macelleria's gelato filled brioches need to be tasted to be believed, and you can even learn to make your own gelato on Monday nights.

Image credits: Ariana Gillrie, Daniel Maddock

We're thrilled to partner with MINI to bring you our Fave 5 series—our fortnightly guide to the best of the best in Brisbane. From food to fashion, Campari to Crossfit, each Fave 5 edition is researched and recommended by The Urban List, and driven by the new MINI 5-Door Hatch—putting the city at your fingertips and giving you the freedom to explore it!

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