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5 of the Best Places in Glasgow for Ice Cream

By Emma @glasgowfoodie
5 of the best places in Glasgow for Ice Cream

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5 of the Best Places in Glasgow for Ice Cream

Whether it sunny or dull a "pokey hat" will always bring a smile to a face. Here are 5 of the best places in Glasgow for ice cream. Let us know what your favourite place is for an ice cream cone below. 🍦

5 of the best places in Glasgow for Ice Cream

1. Queens Cafe

A long family favourite. I'm sure my parents thought I loved walks to Queen's Park but it was really an excuse to get an ice cream cone from here. Suitably vintage and retro.

Queens Cafe( Ginesi's Gelato ) 515-517 Victoria Road, Queen's Park Glasgow G42 8BH

2. Loop and Scoop

Relative newcomer to the scene, Loop and Scoop provide theatrical and delicious creations. A big fave of Abs and her mum see their review here - https://www.foodieexplorers.co.uk/launch-of-loop-and-scoop/

Loop & Scoop 665 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G12 8RE

3. Soave's

Mr Foodie's favourite ice cream growing up is available to buy at various shops. Their Scottish tablet flavour is suitably naughty.

Simply Greetings, 116 Main St, Baillieston, Glasgow G69 6AE

Caffe C, 106 Cumbernauld Road, Muirhead, G69 9AA (just outside of Glasgow)

4. University Cafe

An institution, don't be swayed by the deep-fried mars bar. Stick to a single or double nougat for taste of creamy ice cream.

The University Cafe 87 Byres Road, Glasgow, G11 5HN

5. Newlands Cafe

A gem of a place. Ice cream, sweeties and a proper traditional cafe. Their vanilla ice cream is simply 😍. Give their pistachio a try as well.

Newlands Cafe 262 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow, G43 2XS

5 of the best places in Glasgow for Ice Cream

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