- April 25th, 2014
[ARTLACZE in Kita-hiroshima] Gelato with Fresh Milk Flavor and Gelato with Cherry Flavor
ARTLACZE (アルトラーチェ) is a popular gelato shop founded in 2011 at a part of the site of Farm SALLUZA in Kita-hiroshima city located in the southeastern direction of Sapporo city, and is near Nopporo Forest Park (野幌森林公園). Ms. Miki Nakajima, a general manager, assumes a gelato maestro. Baked confectioneries, cakes, cream puff, puddings as well as gelatos are sold, and the shop is famous for a long line. The building with a stylish atomosphere is surrounded with fields, so visitors can enjoy a typical Hokkaido view. A courtyard is provided, too. There are 2 tables at the building.
A way of ordering gelato was as following. Customers should choose a type of the gelato among "Single Gelato (A Scoop Gelato)", "Double Gelato (Two Scoops Gelato)", "Super Gelato". The Single Gelato had a type of the gelato. The Double Gelato had 2 types of the gelatos. The Super Gelato had 5 types of the gelatos topped with cookie and fresh cream. The prices were JPY 320, JPY 400, JPY 630. Customers can choose gelatos among 11 types of the gelatos. As for a container, customers can choose one among a ice cream cone, a waffle cone and a plastic cup.
I ordered the Double Gelato. I asked a waitress about gelato's recommendation. I did not like a too sweet gelato, so I had her recommend gelato from light taste gelatos without the sweetness. She replied me "Fresh milk flavor, Cherry flavor, Strawberry flavor or Yogurt flavor". Therefore I chose a gelato with fresh milk flavor and a gelato with cherry flavor. The gelato was not too sweet, and rich milk taste was left to my tongue. It was tasty! Thanks for the tasty gelato!
|Parking lot||Free parking is provided (38 Cars)|
|Regular closing day||Monday and Tuesday|
|Home page||Home page is here|
|Mapcode||139 032 141*58|
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