On & Around the Street


Ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet, gelato, soft serve… Whichever way you prefer your ice cream, our guide to the best places to get your fix of frozen treats in Chelsea is full of new ways to eat it, and some deliciously Instagrammable servings, from ice cream rolls at Pan-n-Ice‘s pop-up to Ice Cream Union‘s new store on Pavilion Road and the new Magnum Pleasure Store. Discover the best ice cream in Chelsea here…

The Best Ice Cream In London, Chelsea

WHEREIce Cream Union
THE ORDER: Dulce de Leche with Pistachio
WHY YOU NEED IT: After supplying ice creams to London’s most forward-thinking chefs for the past 12 years, Ice Cream Union will open its first shop on Pavilion Road this August. They’ll have all the classics from their existing range of flavours, including Honeycomb made with honey from The London Honey Company, as well as a constantly changing seasonal offering made with fruits sourced from neighbouring greengrocer Natoora
ADDRESS: Pavilion Road, London, SW1X 0AX
PRICE: From £4.99

Pan 'n' Ice at Harvey Nichols

WHEREPan-n-Ice pop-up at Harvey Nichols
THE ORDER: Utterly Instagrammable ice cream rolls, in flavours like Matcha, avocado, Oreo and chocolate or summer berries. There’s also a frozen yogurt option with less that 1% fat. They’re all made before your eyes, and if you prefer a cone, your ice cream roll will be served in a waffle “taco”
BEST FLAVOURS:  The new and exclusive Harvey Nichols flavour, scone, jam and clotted cream
WHY YOU NEED IT: Founded in 2015 by Rob Huysinga and Henry Milroy, who are forerunners in the trend for rolled-up ice cream. They came up with the idea one night out on holiday in Koh Phi Phi, Thailand, where they stumbled across a novel way of serving ice cream. Six months later, they had themselves a pink ice cream truck and they have been winning hearts and minds across the UK ever since. Besides, rolled ice cream? It has to be tried. Maybe twice
ADDRESS: Harvey Nichols, 109-125 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7RJ
PRICE: From £4.35

The Best Ice Cream In London, Chelsea

WHEREGranger & Co.
THE ORDER: Affogato
WHY YOU NEED IT: Hot espresso served alongside a scoop of light and creamy vanilla ice cream in the garden at Granger & Co is the perfect little caffeine top-up
ADDRESS: 237 Pavilion Road, London, SW1X 0BP
PRICE: £5.25

The Best Ice Cream In London, Chelsea

WHEREThe Botanist
THE ORDER: Charcoal ripple coconut sundae, with orange, marshmallow and Chantilly cream
WHY YOU NEED IT: The detoxifying properties of charcoal will offset any possibly calorie-induced guilt
ADDRESS: 7 Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8EE

Magnum Pleasure Store, Duke of York Square, London

WHEREThe Magnum Pleasure Store, open from 27th June to 16th September 2018
THE ORDER: Pretty much whatever you want, all dipped (or double-dipped!) in silky chocolate and rolled in a bamboozling array of toppings, including Black Lava Sea Salt, rose petals and golden popping candy
BEST FLAVOURS: With infinite possibilities available, it’s up to you
WHY YOU NEED IT: For the pure fun of it and the chance to make your own dream Magnum. There are dedicated booths set up around the shop for you to capture your Magnum before it’s wolfed down and, in fact, if you take a photo of your unique Magnum and share it on Instagram using the hashtag #DreamMagnum, you could join Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner as creators of especially indulgent ice creams
If you’re really into ice cream, be sure to book a VIP experience at the new Magnum chef’s table, where you will discover the Magnum story, from bean to bite, and why Magnums are the perfect balance of cracking chocolate and velvety ice cream
ADDRESS: 11-13 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY
PRICE: From £5.50

WHEREHarry’s Dolce Vita
THE ORDER: A Gianduia Sundae
WHY YOU NEED IT: You will definitely want to save room for this incredibly indulgent sundae. Milk and bitter chocolate gelato is topped with Piedmontese hazelnut brownie, whipped cream, and warm salted caramel sauce
ADDRESS: 27-31 Basil Street, London, SW3 1BB
PRICE: £8.95

Best Places to eat Ice Cream on and around Sloane Street

WHERE: Colbert
THE ORDER: Tarte Tatin
WHY YOU NEED IT: Ice cream and a hot tarte tatin – the perfect combination for London’s changeable summer weather. Just want the ice cream? Colbert also serves irresistible coupes filled with flavours of your choice
ADDRESS: 50-52 Sloane Square, SW1W 8AX
PRICE: £8.75

Best Places to eat Ice Cream on and around Sloane Street

WHERE: Chinoiserie at Jumeirah Carlton Tower
THE ORDER: Ice cream and sugar-free ice cream
BEST FLAVOURS: Vanilla, Salted Caramel and Mint Chocolate
WHY YOU NEED IT: For those looking for a sugar hit, you can opt for the full works with berry, toffee or chocolate sauce.  If you’re after a healthier option, all of the flavours are available sugar-free.  What’s more, from 3pm-6pm daily, you can enjoy your ice cream accompanied by live music from the hotel’s resident harpist
ADDRESS: Jumeirah Carlton Tower, 1 Cadogan Place, London, SW1X 9PY
PRICE: £12.00