Went with my family and we tried all different flavors. Very impressed! Loved how the gal kept calling the flavors by their Italian names. Very authentic.
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We found this nice little gelato stop in The Hill area of St. Louis, which is known for its Italian heritage. (Just down the street is a Catholic church on whose grounds there is a statue in honor of the Italian immigrants.) Service was quick...More
This place was recommended by a friend before we came to St. Louis and we decided to stop as a treat to the kids one day. We left all feeling like we'd been treated. The portions are small, but they were SO delicious. The 5...More
Yummy gelato. 3 in our party and each one of us had a different flavor. I had the coconut and it was delicious. You can taste the flavors before committing.
We wanted to go to The Hill and experience the atmosphere, but the area kind of shuts down on Sunday, which is great & we totally respect the community for that. This little shop is one of the few open and it didn't disappoint! We...More
We were in St. Louis last week on vacation. When someone suggested Italian we found this entire neighborhood called The Hill. Lots of great food in this area I'm sure. And after having a good dinner we found Gelato Di Riso within walking distance of...More
Great gelato! Charming restaurant in The Hill neighbor of St Louis. We all tried different flavors from the peach to blackberry to the salted Carmel. All very smooth and creamy. We are rather picky with gelato, having eating many kinds while in Italy. A definite...More
The server was telling other customers that all their ingredients are imported from Italy. That may very well be, except for the dairy items I trust, and the Gelato was excellent. It just wasn't quite up to the Gelato served in the best Italian shops....More
The gelato was DELICIOUS!!! Best hazelnut gelato I have had in the USA. The Blood Orange Gelato was a great contrast to the Hazlenut.
We were full from dinner at Milo's, but couldn't resist a small serving of Gelato. Pink grapefruit tasted exactly like it, which sounds weird but was delicious. Also had the less adventure chocolate chip which was also good. Nice little shop - save room for...More