For £6-7 each you get an enormous sundae – ideal for sharing – unless you’re me. It may look small in the photo but believe me it was colossal. There are various other ice-creams to choose from; from ‘fried egg’ ice-cream to fruit sundaes, to frozen yoghurt sundaes.
For £5 you get this freshly made Belgium waffle, I forced my companion to choose two scoops of ice-cream; tiramisu and pistachio with caramel sauce, with my personal favourite hazelnut ice cream waffle on the side; plus another cheeky waffle. ;]
The waffle had a crispy outer casing with a warm soft centre, and wasn’t too sweet so the ice cream and caramel sauce was the perfect complement.
If you’re a nervous wreck like me when given so many selections of ice cream to choose from, I’m going to impose my favourite waffle+ice cream collaboration on to you; you just have to try hazelnut ice cream and caramel sauce with the warm Belgium waffle.
You won’t be disappointed; and if you are – you are just lacking in tastebuds (apologies to those who have nut allergies). But you could choose any flavour from their range of ice-creams displayed at the front. Rum and raisin to pistachio to mango sorbet.
Cheap delicious desserts in a cosy Italian cafe in Central London.
Bar Ciao: 9/10 Yummei’s
17 Charing Cross Road,