Fake Italian ice cream like Aisicily is prevalent in China, and Italy's famous giovanni fassi ice cream failed in Shanghai! It does not match the appearance of Shanghai beach, and most Shanghai people eat is very local. They care about toilets and toilets, and whether they are small-scale decorators... more than the ingredients themselves.
We had a 100 year old ice cream shop that Grandma had to eat in a wheelchair: Palazzo del Freddo Giovanni Fassi, so lovely
Very pleasantly surprised! highly recommended!
Usually the gelato in Rome costs 2 to 2.5 euros, and their home is only 1.6 euros, which is still full of double goals, and 3 goals are only 2 euros! There are so many flavors that make people suffer from selection disorder, the taste is excellent, and it is healthy and low-fat.
This is a century-old store founded in 1880. The store is spacious and elegant, with classical decoration. Although there is a constant flow of guests, you can still sit down and enjoy the delicious ice cream with peace of mind.
The store also has toilets and drinking water supplies, which are rare in Rome.
The location is 2 stops away from the Central Station. You can take the No. 5 and No. 71 to Principe Eugnio, and there are many small clothing shops run by Chinese in the surrounding area.
Tastes ok, the environment and service are good.
Designed a very creative restaurant, many interesting ice cream is very tempting oh.
Which is better for Italian coffee or ice cream? I can only tell you that it is G.Fassi 1880, which is sold in half every Wednesday in autumn and winter. No wonder the counter is overcrowded. It is like the Spring Festival ticket sales point at Shanghai Railway Station~6 balls totaling 3 Euro~