Equi's Ice Cream Parlour
Take-away branch selling award-winning ice-cream made by the local family for four generations, plus milkshakes and other sweet treats.
Equi is a name that is hard to avoid in Lanarkshire – about as hard as it is to refrain from popping in to one of their three parlours in the region to sample the multi award-winning ice-cream, which has been made by the family for four generations. Pietro Equi started the first café at Peacock's Cross in Hamilton in 1922, and the business is now run by David Equi, who oversaw the takeover of rival Nardini's of Largs a few years ago.Takeaway ice-cream includes favourites such as Sophie's Crunch, Tabletissimo and Raisins to be Cheerful. Tubs can also be bought to take home. There is no sit down food available at the Motherwell branch.