The Best Ice Cream Shops Near Malioboro Street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

November 20, 2020, 11.56 PM
The Indonesian city of Yogyakarta may be known for its ?gudeg?, but on a hot day, it doesn?t beat indulging in ice cream. SHUTTERSTOCK/RIAN FARISAThe Indonesian city of Yogyakarta may be known for its ?gudeg?, but on a hot day, it doesn?t beat indulging in ice cream.

KOMPAS.com – The Indonesian city of Yogyakarta may be known for its gudeg, but on a hot day, it doesn’t beat indulging in ice cream.

Knowing where to eat in Yogyakarta will certainly help narrow your choices in a city teeming with food vendors offering delectable dishes of all sorts.

Kompas.com has selected the top four Yogyakarta food eateries of the cold variety from gelato to traditional Indonesian desserts.

Read also: Try the Famous ‘Gudeg’ at These Locations in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1. Tempo Gelato

The first place on where to eat in Yogyakarta takes you to one of the most famous ice cream restaurants in the city, Tempo Gelato.

The place is a staple in the area thus has achieved immense success evidenced by its three locations at Jalan Prawirotaman Nomor 43, Jalan Kaliurang KM 5.2 Nomor 28, and Tempo Gelato Tamansiswa in Wirogunan, Mergangsan.

It is also situated in close proximity to the famous Malioboro Street. When it is humid outside and your tastebuds are telling you to get some cold Yogyakarta food, then why not spoil yourself with Tempo Gelato’s ice cream.

Opens every day from 10:30am-9:30pm, you can try classic flavors such as chocolate and strawberry, or opt for fruity sorbets or their exotic spice blend flavor.

Furthermore, the ice cream sold here is made with natural ingredients and is free from any preservatives or artificial coloring which makes it a great place to stop by for a quick snack.

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