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Desserts At Jannatta's Gelateria And St Andrew's Caste

STOPOVER AT JANNETTA'S...

This place is very welcoming even though the weather chilled us to the bone.  Someone gave the assurance that it is good to have ice cream with the cold weather, the ice cream will help to "neutralize" the body heat against the cold outside our physical bodies!  Isn't that kind of encouragement sounds good to us??? LOL... No worries, cold or not, I am ALL for my ice cream desserts anywhere, anytime!

Jannetta's Gelateria is the name of the shop where we queued for our ice cream, cold weather or not, these patrons share the same common interest with the 5 of us.  This is a family-run shop for artisan ice cream, sorbet and frozen yogurt besides sundaes and cakes... on top of that, they serve these light snacks as well... sandwiches and hot soup... Definitely worth going and queuing up for seats.
Hot tomato soup with sandwiches... 
And some bread salad... or whatever it is...
I really cannot recall what it is called...
The Happy Five!
And soon our jug of ice cream arrived.. 
12 Big SCOOPS for the five of us... 
This cost 18 pounds.. LOL.. 
In a short while... 
All finished in no time!
Very Dessertlicious!!
Our exploration continued after the big snack at Jannetta's...
Have to kick off the cold calories!
Dropped by at St Andrews Castle too... 
Freezing cold.. but we made it down the steps... 
What a freezing experience!
Would love to come back again... some day!



Comments

  1. Wah! I really like the ice cream served in a jug like that! I think the bread salad is called panzanella.

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  2. Interesting way to serve ice cream in a jug. But fun when everyone dig in.

    That was what was told when we had ice cream in Korea on winter day. Somehow it wasn't cold.

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  3. Delicious ice cream in a jug! Seeing it makes me have craving for ice cream

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  4. Soup and ice-cream both...and then walking around these mysterious and beautiful surroundings. This is my idea of a perfect day!!!

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  5. I like the colour of the tomato soup, not like tomato juice or Bloody Mary.

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  6. Ice cream on a cold day sounds si adventurous!

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  7. Sandwich and ice cream sound very good!

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