Cremeria De Luca

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The family-owned Cremeria De Luca traces its roots back to 1937, when Salvatore De Luca began selling gelato in Sicily. His son Luigi, then brought the art of Italian gelato-making to Sydney, opening the Five Dock shop in 2013. Mirroring the rustic decor, the shop serves simple and simply delicious gelato without frills or insane flavor combinations. Order a classic or go for the popular gelato ‘burger’ with scoops of gelati inside soft brioche buns.

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