400 Gradi Opens Zero Gradi

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MELBOURNE | From the people behind 400 Gradi comes its standalone gelato-based cousin, Zero Gradi. The City Lane was there for the launch because we love gelato and 400 Gradi.

Situated just a few doors down from the fabled 400 Gradi pizza restaurant in Brunswick East, Zero Gradi comes from the mind of the Johnny Di Francesco, winner of the world’s best pizza. Inspired by the chef’s own visits to Naples, Zero Gradi aims to bring the very best of Naples gelato to the good people of Melbourne.

Alongside a lot of the usual gelato flavours, the range also boasts a Margherita gelato, a flavour inspired by Di Francesco’s award-winning pizza. It’s a little different, with flavours similar to that of a cassata, but it certainly makes Zero Gradi more than worth a visit. Everything is made daily and on site, and there’s also coffee, tea, and a pizza shop you may have heard of just up the road.

We’ll be the first to admit, we don’t know what makes traditional Naples gelato traditional, but whatever your taste, we feel your love of iced confectionery is in very safe hands with Zero Gradi.

Zero Gradi

93-97 Lygon Street
Brunswick East
Melbourne 3057
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9830 2320
E-mail: n/a
Website: http://www.400gradi.com.au/

Open
Mon – Sun: 7:30am to 10:00pm

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Chris is an editor, writer, and occasional novelist who in a former life published online magazines for a living while working out of obscure coffee shops. He has travelled extensively and has eaten and enjoyed exotic delights ranging from instant ‘just add water’ potatoes while on a Russian train to snails and Brie from a tiny Montreal kitchen. Chris is a great lover of the experiences around and associated with food and believes the culture of a venue, as quirky or strange as it might be, is just as important as the food it sells. He is also a co-host of The Brunswick Beer Collective, a podcast dedicated to the lighter side of craft beer.

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