The best places for ice cream in Hull and East Yorkshire

Published: Friday 7th July 2017 by Courtney Farrow

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Keep cool this summer with some delicious frozen treats from some of Hull and East Yorkshire’s most prestigious ice creameries.

We’ve rounded up our favourite places to grab a mouth-watering cone this summer.

Frizza Caffe Gelato

If you’re on the Avenues in Hull, Frizza Caffe Gelato is the spot for you. With two to choose from, you can enjoy creamy Italian gelato on both Newland and Princes Avenue.

The latter is the latest addition and equipped with constantly flowing chocolate taps, a brew bar and a rotating ice cream fridge. Meanwhile, you can opt for a pancake or waffle to accompany your frozen delight.

After something savoury? Caffe Gelato also serves scrummy baguettes and sandwiches.

The Newland shop is open 11am to 10pm daily, whilst Princes Avenue is open 9am to 11pm every day. More information and their full menu can be found on the Frizza Caffe Gelato website.


Zachary’s in Willerby

Vibrant Zachary’s Ice Cream is situated in the village of Willerby, just outside of Hull. Famous for their wide variety of moreish desserts, including crepes, sundaes, doughnuts and cakes, this emporium is a must-visit if you’ve got a sweet tooth.

In the meantime, indulge in one of their stacked milkshakes; ideal for chilling out after a long hot day at work or school.

Zachary’s is open 10am-8:30pm Sunday to Thursday and 10am-9pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Further details can be found on the Zachary’s Ice Cream website.

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Mr Moo’s in Skipsea

Boasting real dairy ice cream made on the East Yorkshire Coast, Mr Moo’s in Skipsea is ideal for those who want to taste something truly local. You can even spot some of the cows whilst diving into your cone.

They have over 30 flavours to choose from, including Ticklee Toffee, Cheekee Cherry and Creamee Dreamee Vanilla. Alternatively, you can tuck into a freshly-prepared panini or homemade cake. If you can’t decide what to get, don’t worry. You could always stay over at their caravan park and grab another tomorrow.

Mr Moo’s is open daily in the summer from 10am until 5pm. A full list of their ice cream flavours can be found on their website.

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Penna’s in Pearson Park

A trip to the park is a fantastic and affordable day out for the whole family. Pearson Park is a great choice, as it has its own playground, wildlife garden and pond to explore.

After a long day of discovering, pop into Penna’s Cafe for an ice-cold snack. The renowned eatery has been in the park for almost five decades. The owners are now in their 80s but still help with the running of things.

For additional information about Pearson Park and Penna’s, please consult the Hull City Council website.


Saints and Sinners in Beverley

Serving the most decadent milkshakes and ice creams, Saints and Sinners in Beverley really does live up to its name.

The impressive shakes are popular with hungry customers, topped with sweets, fruit, biscuits and cream. Otherwise, you can munch on toasties, all day breakfasts and melted sandwiches.

Saints and Sinners is open 10am-3:30pm Monday to Friday and 9am-4pm on Saturdays. Like their Facebook page to keep up to date with their menu and special offers.


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Published: Friday 7th July 2017 by Courtney Farrow

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