La Mama del Gelato Anita from Chippendale Opening hours
What are the opening hours of La Mama del Gelato Anita? When is La Mama del Gelato Anita open? Here you can find the answers to your questions. The opening hours for this Premise have been verified by several sources. So you can be sure that you won't arrive at closed doors. Current business hours may vary due to the pandemic.
The rating of this Premise is really good. Is is with 4.5 one of the best out there. In the ranking comments you maybe find special dates where opening times differ.
Just call the restaurant on (+61)280978508 to ask about opening times or to ask for closed holidays. Also book a table for yourself.
Officially my favorite gelato place! The price is a standard like another gelato place, but which are generous here. The texture of the gelato here is great and does not melt fast. The watermelon and mint are really refreshing. Pistachios also has a really strong taste, but is a bit heavy after a while, so maybe it should be enjoyed with another taste. The service is friendly. I want to go back and try more flavors!
With a little lawn around the Cookieman Gelato I had quite high expectations. It does not taste bad, but it's just fine. Caused like his name: cookie crumbs and chocolate flavors. Grief Grief Good good, was nothing special or from the ordinary.
Mercure Hotel, 818 - 820 George Street, Chippendale, Sydney, 2008, Australia
bars, Casual Dining, Bar Food, burgers, American, pubs, australian, bakeries, tea, Macarons, food
Really good fish and chips and good chicken and mango salad. Good service and fair prices. You have a happy hour between 5 and 6 (Friday 6-7). Would go back!
84 Broadway Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2008, Chippendale
Healthy, coffee, restaurants
Need to stop for a coffee, this is the location. Small but comfortable, tucked into a busy section of Broadway. you can sit inside or in the small terrace and watch the workers, students and life rush by.
Chippendale, 357 King Street, Newtown, Sydney, NSW
Cafes, Casual Dining, Modern Australian, french, japanese
Latest whole hours Cafe Bar Restaurant runs from some hip scruffy inner West Judes. It seems like they are still unfinished in their new ditch with a few lightweight fittings. We had the bacon and egg Brioche and the triple cheese toastie with fried green tomatoes and peppers. Everything excellent. The best part of the menu was the alcoholic juices after 11 o'clock. The room itself was bitterly peaceful. The doors that open to the Noisy King Street must be closed in these colder months. The service was friendly (they are only guys who run their own cafe).