Top Ice Cream Spots in Bury St Edmunds & Beyond

There's no better way to cool down on a warm sunny day than with a delicious ice cream!

What better way to cool down on a sunny day than with a delicious ice cream. Whether you opt for a 99, a lolly or a tub or your favourite is strawberry, chocolate or vanilla, pay a visit to these ice cream purveyors in Bury St Edmunds and Beyond!

Lotties Artisan Waffles & Coffee

Ice cream lovers are spoilt for choice at Lotties. Alongside brunch and fresh bagels, there's a mouthwatering selection of bubble waffles, belgian waffles, churros and ice cream to choose from. Toppings include 'Cookie Monster' with Oreo gelato, crushed Oreo pieces with white chocolate and chocolate sauce; 'Unicorn Magic' with candyfloss gelato, chopped nuts and Nutella sauce; and 'All About the Biscoff' a vegan based waffle with Biscoff spread, vegan vanilla gelato, sliced banana and crushed Biscoff. 

Really Rather Good

Really Rather Good Coffee House not only boasts an impressive menu of teas and coffee, you can also enjoy a tub or ice lolly made locally at Alder Carr Farm in Needham Market. The unique award-winning fruit cream ices include toffee apple, pear & vanilla, strawberry,  gooseberry & limoncello, blackcurrant, stem ginger & rhubarb, damson and gooseberry & elderflower - all made from locally sourced ingredients!

No4 Restaurant at Abbeygate Cinema

Enjoy brunch, lunch, a pre-film meal or ice cream and pay a visit to No4 Restaurant at Abbeygate Cinema. Along with locally sourced dishes, the menu also features their popular malted milkshakes in chocolate, strawberry and vanilla  plus tubs of Purbeck Ice Cream from Dorset in vanilla, cappuccino, stem ginger, chocolate and mint chocolate.

Hadley’s Ice Cream Parlour in Lavenham

Situated in the historic village of Lavenham, Hadley's Ice Cream Parlour is a must-visit for ice cream lovers, and the perfect way to cool down on a warm day! 

The Parlour serves a wide selection of ice creams, sorbets and lollies, all made on the family farm in the beautiful Colne Valley in Essex. Flavours include caramel & pecan, elderflower & lime, chocolate, espresso coffee, hazelnut, lemon curd, passion fruit curd, piscatchio, raspberries & cream, rum & raisin, salted caramel and vanilla. 

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