Gelato aficionados can find some of Sicily’s most popular in a small kiosk outside the Giadini Inglese in Piazza Gentili. Everything is created with traditional techniques and natural ingredients since the 1950s. On addition to the 42 flavors of gelato, the menu also has sorbet, mousse, and parfait. Light lunches and aperitifs are also available in the adjacent glass house, but the highlight remains the cremolose, a dense, semi-frozen, slushy-like, dessert made with fresh fruit or nuts. The most popular flavors are pistachio, almond, and hazelnut.