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Gayest gelato in London
You'll be hard-pressed to find a conventional flavour at this blue-green-and-white-tiled gelato parlour whose made-up wolf-inspired name strikes a compatible chord with its parent restaurant Bocca di Lupo [see entry] just across the road. The ice cream is fresh, distinctive, seasonally flavoured and loaded with integrity, often involving more than one taste sensations in one go. Pistachio is particularly good. Sorbets and granitas are available for the less rich-and-creamy-inclined. Not cheap, but the quality is very fine, and there are some Italian deli options too. The atmosphere is not recognisably Soho, but there's most definitely a buzz surrounding this place. And straight people love it too. Cakes and pastries are also available. Located in a side street two minutes round three corners from Old Compton St.