But you know what? Things change. (Even in Rome!). And for 2014, it's time for an update.
For one thing, I Caruso is no longer a hidden gem. (I'll take some of the blame for that). And on a recent visit, I found its gelato, while still good—and way better than the fake junk you'd get at most of Rome's other gelaterias—not quite as flavorful as I remembered.
Meanwhile? Just up the street and around the corner, another gelateria, opened two years ago by a former I Caruso employee, blows I Caruso out of the water. At least if you prefer your gelato rich and decadent. Like I do. (Hey, go big or go home, right?).
I now present you with... Come il Latte.
I had high expectations for Come il Latte, since none other than gelato god renowned gelato master Claudio Torcé recommended it to me.
With one bite, I knew: Expectations exceeded.