MUÀ Gelatieri d'italia Istanbul – Fresh Italian gelato

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"MUÀ Gelatieri d'italia" in Yeniköy in Istanbul is an amazing ice cream shop! You should definitely try their pistacchio sortbet...

If you happen to be around MUÀ in Yeniköy, do not hesitate to taste their delicious and fresh Italian ice cream, you won't regret it. MUA started out with the aim to bring the ice cream tradition of Florence to Istanbul, and their shop in Yeniköy is the first one they opened and I think it is the best as well. (I have tried ice cream from their shop at Beşiktaş but unfortunately, it wasn't as delicious as the ones in Yeniköy.)

MUA offers both unique and traditional flavours with an artisanal style. The best thing about their sorbet ice cream, aside from the taste, is that the sorbets are produced daily. My favourite flavour among all is the pistacchio sorbet. In addition, I usually order one of their fruity flavours. The variety of fruity ones changes depending on the season.

The prices are above the average compared to the other ice cream shops. They also sell chocolates, peanut butter and some other delicacies but I am so content with the ice cream, I couldn't taste the others. In the Yeniköy branch, they have a few tables outside the shop.

About this spot

Yeniköy Mah. Köybaşı Cad. No: 126/B Sarıyer

10:00 - 00:00 daily

TL

no-price

+90

2122998484

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