Fortnum and Mason’s Ice Cream Parlour

Lazy Sunday Afternoon

As a birthday treat, Renata took me to Fortnum and Mason’s Ice Cream Parlour. It takes you back to being a kid and how magical the world looked when you entered a sweet shop. The menu is filled with concoctions of mouthwatering ice cream desserts. We decided on a Lazy Sunday Afternoon (above) and a Knickerbocker Glory (below).

It feels like you’re at Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory when the ice cream comes to the table. Brought over on a silver plate in a large, grand ice cream glass overflowing with goodness.


Fun fact: Fortnum and Mason was originally founded in 1707 by William Fortnum and Hugh Mason as a high end grocery store. They were the first store to stock H.J. Heinz’s tinned baked beans.
It is £12 per ice cream sundae.