Varani's Forum Ices
Over 50 flavours of low-fat ice-cream and sorbets are available at this traditional Italian ice cream parlour, from vanilla to Turkish Delight.
The popular Varani's Forum Café is a traditional Italian ice cream parlour in the heart of Kilmarnock town centre. Famous for its low-fat ice cream, the café was opened in 1937 by the uncle and father of current owner, Ricardo Varani. Carrying on the family tradition, he still makes the same traditional low-fat ice creams with local Ayrshire milk and a range of fruit sorbets. Along with the classic vanilla ice cream, there’s another 49 flavours on sale every day. These change regularly to meet customer demand and Ricardo is always developing new flavours to add to the range. Unusual flavours such as Bakewell tart, red cola, lemon meringue pie and Scottish macaroon, sit alongside original favourites such as raspberry ripple, mint choc chip and strawberry.
- Open since: 1937
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