Melt­ing Pot

India Today - - SIMPLY GUJARATI - By De­vika Chaturvedi

This sunny spot adds a scoop of Italy to the Ahmed­abad palette. A brain­child of Aastha Gandhi, 23 ( fifth gen­er­a­tion of the ice- cream gi­ants Vadi­lal fam­ily), melt in stocks gelatos in de­li­cious flavours. The tangy and sweet Fresh Straw­berry is a pop­u­lar flavour. So is the Choco­late Fon­dente with a slightly bit­ter taste and a sprin­kling of roasted pis­ta­chios. We would rec­om­mend the In­dian favourite mango and cold cof­fee gelatos. To savour the true Ge­lato ex­pe­ri­ence, step in­side the ge­lato lab and watch the ge­lato ma­chine churn­ing out new flavours. You can even try some straight from the churner, it only takes 12 min­utes for a fresh tub to be made. While the classics ( such as choco­late or pis­ta­chio) are not ne­glected, the melt in team likes to ex­per­i­ment. A caramel- coloured ge­lato sur­prised us with an ini­tial burst of in­tense cof­fee notes, which then merged into or­ange and cin­na­mon. melt in also of­fers a cut- above range of pas­tries filled with in­gre­di­ents such as mas­car­pone cream cheese and gi­an­duia ( choco­late and hazel­nut sauce). Cost Rs 50 to Rs 175 At Judges Bun­ga­low Road, Ahmed­abad

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