Messina Gelato at Surry Hills :o) $

Today’s a hot day in Sydney and after a double brekkie, we need ice cream to cool us down! We’ve been to Messina Darlinghurst before, and didn’t know there’d be one in Surry Hills!

Messina at Surry Hills

Messina at Surry Hills

The flavours are the same at both Messinas gelato, but there’s far more seatings available at Darlinghurst. Fortunately, the park outside has some room and benches!

Messina Gelato Surry Hills - Gianduja and Salted Caramel with white chocolate bits AUD6

Messina Gelato Surry Hills – Gianduja and Salted Caramel with white chocolate bits AUD6

I found the salted caramel to be a bit too savoury for my liking. Monsieur loved every spoonful of it. The Gianduja was very indulging and is a mix between Hazelnut and Chocolate, so perfect for those who can’t decide between these two great flavours :)

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About Mademoiselle in Sydney

I'm a French Born Chinese expat' who relocated from the UK to Australia! I love all things food!
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3 Responses to Messina Gelato at Surry Hills :o) $

  1. Jennifer says:

    Hi Mademoiselle!
    I recently saw that there is a new Gelato place opening on the other end of Crown Street opposite Mad Mex- they have posters up on their shop while they are doing fitout. It is called RivaReno Gelato – I went to their website and it looks absolutely amazing!! Something for you to try whenever it opens. It is a gelato brand straight from Italy, and they only use the best ingredients. Im pretty excited myself – I love gelato!! Jenn.

  2. catpuccino says:

    Hello! I found your blog while looking up reviews for cafes in Bowral.
    Just wanted to say that I used to visit Riva Reno gelato regularly when I was living in Milan and it was FABULOUS. I hope it transports over here well… but it’s so exciting to have it come all the way across the world!!! :o)

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