Miss Sophia’s Gelateria Brings Dozens of New Flavors to Kedron

What distinguishes the gelato from Kedron’s Miss Sophia’s Gelateria from that of other shops? Their ingredients. 

This local gelateria uses Maleny milk as the base before adding local fruits and honey into the mix. The flavors of raspberries, mangoes, strawberries and countless other sweet fruits are enhanced with chocolate and peanut butter, as well as the richness of biscoff and cookie crumbs. All in all, these make for lovely serves of gelato capable of satisfying just about anyone’s palate. Those with dietary restrictions can even enjoy their vegan variants. 

Vegan Toasted Coconut Caramel, Raspberry Custard, and Cookie Dough Gelato
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Even the tools and equipment employed by this gelateria contribute to the quality of their product, offering a chocolate tap to top orders off with molten Cadbury chocolate. The ingredients themselves are churned with machinery imported from Italy, making for an authentic experience. 

Cadbury Chocolate Tap
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The menu doesn’t stop at gelato cones, however. Miss Sophia’s Gelateria also offers an assortment of gelato cakes that come in different shapes and sizes — bars, circles, extra large circles, and even domes in the case of their Cassata Dome. Occasionally, the gelateria also hosts pop-up bakeries, typically on Sundays, where pastries such as croissants and doughnuts can be purchased to accompany any orders of gelato. 

Croissants from the Pop-Up Bakery
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Open all week from 12:00PM to 10:00PM, Miss Sophia’s Gelateria can be found at 9 Somerset Road, Kedron. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for updates concerning deals and dates, as well as information on their pop-up bakeries!

Miss Sophia’s Gelateria Opens in Kedron Just In Time for Valentine’s Day

Romantics in Kedron looking for ways to sweeten Valentine’s Day with their loved ones can celebrate at the newly-opened Miss Sophia Gelateria. A cone or cup of gelato will surely satiate the sweet cravings, if not relieve you from the uncomfortably afternoon heat.

Miss Sophia Gelateria offers classic favourites like Caffe Latte, Blueberry Yoghurt, and Pistachio. It also has unique flavours like Toasted Coconut and Strawberry Pavlova.

The menu also has vegan and gluten-free ice cream choices. Sometime in March, the gelateria will be introducing sugar-free flavours as well.

Diners can choose from three cup sizes: piccolo, medio and grande. The waffle cones, on the other hand, are available in gluten-free variant and if you’d like more indulgence, you can top up your gelato with homemade biscuits or chocolate sprinkles.

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Most of the ice cream ingredients come from local farmers and producers like Tommerups Dairy Farm. The mangoes and macadamia come from crops grown in Queensland.

Miss Sophia Gelateria is located at the former site of Farmer Joe’s Fruit Market. Locals may fondly recall this place as a produce store managed by an Italian family ten years ago.

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The new gelato store brings special recognition to this corner’s Italian roots. Miss Sophia Gelateria, however, is owned and managed by the Scott family, who has other foodie shops in Brisbane, such as the Continental Cafe in Fortitude Valley and the Milk Cafe in Ashgrove.

Miss Sophia Gelateria is open Mondays to Thursdays from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Fridays to Sundays from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.