Best Ice Cream Places In Sussex


Waterloo Square, Bognor Regis PO211SU

Quintessentially British with an Italian twist, Pinks is handily located near the beach. Or you can sit in their courtyard and catch some sun, or even watch their extensive range of gelato being made in their Ice Cream Lab on the premises. While the big pull is the sublime sundaes and waffles, they also offer four different Parlour at Home Packs, so you can recreate the experience in the comfort of your kitchen.



Warwick Street, Worthing BN113DQ

Founded by two Sicilian guys with a common passion, this fabulous place reproduces the experience of Artisan Gelato and Sicilian Street food. Straight from the Godfathers of Gelato, this parlour creates the finest tastes of Southern Italy – with traditional and contemporary organic offerings to delight everyone.



Crane Street, Chichester PO191LJ

Serving the very best sweet treats, Rainbows has a mouth-watering menu of freshly made sundaes, waffles, pancakes, ice creams, milk shakes, sweet treats and decadent  desserts awaits, in flavours ranging from a classic Vanilla to a fun-loving Bubblegum. There’s also 11 traditional icecreams and a selection of sorbet flavours, with vegan, dairy and gluten-free options, all made using only the finest ingredients.



Pool Valley, Brighton BN11NJ

Since 2010, Boho Gelato have been a firm Brighton favourite with their quality and creative Italianstyle ice cream. Made daily using fresh local milk & cream , all of their flavours are suitable for vegetarians, with great vegan and nongluten options. There’s 24 everchanging Italian ice cream flavours chosen from an ever growing list of now over 400.



Kings Road Arches, Brighton BN12FN

Located on the seafront in a prime location by the i360, this café offers a tremendous ice-cream selection. There’s a splendid assortment of great organic offerings, which should sweeten your day on the beach. The staff are super-friendly as well!



Gardner Street, Brighton BN11UP

Set up by a BAFTA winning director who wanted to escape the London rat race, this is a real taste of authenticity. After training at the University of Gelato in Italy, he set up this North Laine landmark to provide traditional artisan ice cream company with a modern twist. Their staff are passionate about delicious gelato andsorbetto, making a range of flavours fresh each day in the lab upstairs using milk and cream from a local Sussex dairy.



Marine Parade, Eastbourne BN227AY

Established in 1967, Fusciardi offers a range of 18 different flavours and a variety of 14 sundaes. This family-run business is famed for their warm welcomes and friendly atmosphere, which have made it tremendously popular.



Marine Parade, Hastings TN343AH

With a great selection of incredible flavours, which change throughout the week, this is easily one of the best ice-cream spots in the county. All the gelato is made on site with flavours like sticky toffee pudding and custard,orapple crumble ice cream. It’s old-school style with new school rules. Completely worth a vist.



Sutton Road, Seaford BN251RU

A local artisan ice cream parlour and dessert bar, Holy Cow create mouthwateringly good homemade ice cream and delightful treats in a homely atmosphere. There’s even dairyfree options, which are utterly delicious.There’s an extensive range of flavours, with a few limited-edition offerings, which delight any sweet tooth.

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