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Locally produced Gelato at the Tuggeranong Hyperdome

By poptop 28 April 2013 45

Gelato Mio

Gelato Mio, has opened at the Hyperdome which sells locally produced Gelati and claims them to be authentically Italian. I have missed having reasonable access to good Gelati and so have vested and deeply selfish interest in encouraging this one to commercial success.

After braving the delights of shepherding some younger relatives through their retail needs, we paused for gelati before heading home.

Ordered were a Mars Bar and Caramel, a Blood Orange, and a Coffee and Lemon. All three of us were completely delighted with our selections (although the Belgian Chocolate does look darkly tempting and I do regret not trying it). The waffle cones are fresh and super crispy.

While not cheap ($3:80 for a single generous scoop, $4.80 for a double) the Gelati are cleanly flavourful, refreshing and authentic tasting.

Well worth a drop in if you are passing through the Hyperdome.
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Catty 6:03 pm 23 May 13

Madam Cholet said :

The Hyperdome should have been bulldozed a long time ago. No cosmetic surgery will make it an acceptable place to go. Although I don’t actually go to many shopping centres at all these days, I think the Hyperdome is probably one of the worst you could pick. It will be interesting to see with the huge in crease in online sales what shopping centre owners decide to do with these places. What are shopping centres of the future going to be like? I would hate to think that Hyperdomes would continue to be built in years to come.

Bring back the high street.

Hear, hear. I work in Tuggeranong and use the Hyperdome daily. It would have to be the worst-designed shopping mall in captivity. To get anywhere means lots of backtracking and the ambience is non-existent. However, they have almost redeemed themselves with the wonderful Hero Sushi, possibly the best in the country.

Madam Cholet 9:54 am 06 May 13

cas72…should you declare your interest here? I don’t think that even an italian gelato maker who has moved to Australia and happens to stumble into Tuggeranong could be as passionate as you about Gelato Mio! Are you indeed Gary?

cas72 6:53 pm 05 May 13

7captains said :

Your view as many others is open to interpretation. Call into Gelato Mio and check it out.

cas72 said :

7captains said :

cas72 said :

muscledude_oz said :

poetix said :

How can Mars Bar flavour be ‘authentically Italian’?

The same way something called sorbet can be Italian.

It is not the flavours, but the process in making the gelato that is truly done the authentic Italian way. Mars Bar Caramel is the English equivalent translation to dulce deleche.

Your view as many others is open to interpretation. Call into Gelato Mio and check it out.

Sorry dude, it seems that you are trying to do the right thing and promote your friend’s gelato bar, but you lost me at mars bar/ dulce de leche. it’s not the same. next you’ll be tellling me that bratswurst and kransky are the same flavoured sausage. Not worth the yearly pilgrimage to Tuggerannong.

Dude at the end of the day, it is the process in the way that the Gelato is made which is truly authentic.

7captains 10:16 am 05 May 13

Your view as many others is open to interpretation. Call into Gelato Mio and check it out.

cas72 said :

7captains said :

cas72 said :

muscledude_oz said :

poetix said :

How can Mars Bar flavour be ‘authentically Italian’?

The same way something called sorbet can be Italian.

It is not the flavours, but the process in making the gelato that is truly done the authentic Italian way. Mars Bar Caramel is the English equivalent translation to dulce deleche.

Your view as many others is open to interpretation. Call into Gelato Mio and check it out.

Sorry dude, it seems that you are trying to do the right thing and promote your friend’s gelato bar, but you lost me at mars bar/ dulce de leche. it’s not the same. next you’ll be tellling me that bratswurst and kransky are the same flavoured sausage. Not worth the yearly pilgrimage to Tuggerannong.

7captains 10:15 am 05 May 13

cas72 said :

7captains said :

cas72 said :

muscledude_oz said :

poetix said :

How can Mars Bar flavour be ‘authentically Italian’?

The same way something called sorbet can be Italian.

It is not the flavours, but the process in making the gelato that is truly done the authentic Italian way. Mars Bar Caramel is the English equivalent translation to dulce deleche.

Your view as many others is open to interpretation. Call into Gelato Mio and check it out.

Sorry dude, it seems that you are trying to do the right thing and promote your friend’s gelato bar, but you lost me at mars bar/ dulce de leche. it’s not the same. next you’ll be tellling me that bratswurst and kransky are the same flavoured sausage. Not worth the yearly pilgrimage to Tuggerannong….

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