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Such a nice place, just around the corner of my job, thats why i’m always around for my double espresso, really strong, good enough to help me to finish my job. Thank you guys! Just be careful with the music because lately its been awful...More
We also stubbled upon this place & I am also a lover of good ice cream- (rare to find!).
God knows what is in the mixture- tasted like lots of chemicals; is there even fresh milker cream here? Anything Organic???
The nitrogen stuff is really...More
Sorry to say this, but I also feel strongly to let other people know not to fall for the gimmick of nitrogen ice cream.
I should have realise nitrogen only gives the instant chill, but doesn't provide anything extra for the favour of ice cream....More
Tiny cafe, terribly trendy, but truly delicious ice-creams. We chose "Passion fruit marsh mallow," and "Rose lokum" (Turkish delight) flavours. These special Spring flavours were not available in Mini, so we had the Regular size and ate in, which cost us £5 each (50p cheaper...More
Follow these guys on Instagram and saw they had an Easter offer of free ice cream! I had strawberry with these little bird meringue toppers! It was amazing and I would have happily paid for it! I will definitely be going back!
This review is a little late and, as such, the seasonal menu has changed since my visit. When I visited last year, I was lucky enough to try the Mermaid Mashup special when Four Winters teamed up with the Meringue Girls to make the very...More
Came across this ice cream parlour by mistake but glad we did. My 4 year old daughter was mesmerised when staff made her chocolate ice cream from scratch. It tasted really good. Lovely gimmick for kids and staff really friendly.
I tried the chocolate halva...More
I stumbled upon the Four Winters ice cream shop by accident. But since I am a big lover of ice cream, I couldn't resist the temptation of made to order liquid nitrogin ice cream. It was autumn, so not really a season to enjoy ice...More
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