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When in Bondi Cool Down at Mövenpick

Raspberry Sherbet

s the scorching heat breaks into the breathtaking view of Bondi Beach at midday, why not cool down at one of the Bondi’s delectable ice cream parlours – Mövenpick.

With numerous mouth-watering and colourful ranges of ice creams to choose from, it is no wonder that Mövenpick will make your day at the beach worthwhile. Their ice creams and other refreshments are also priced reasonably, and their staffs are accommodating and friendly.

Mövenpick is located at 152 Campbell Parade in Bondi, just a few strides away from the powdery sand of the shoreline. Have a taste of this Swiss brand while being captivated by the remarkable views around Bondi!


8 thoughts on “When in Bondi Cool Down at Mövenpick

  1. This place serves the best ice cream in Bondi. Never missed it every time I went there. 🙂

    Posted by Carol | October 27, 2012, 1:48 PM
  2. I love Movenpick, had it recently at a beach front ice cream parlour in Auckland.

    Posted by Sam Kynman-Cole (@SamKynmanCole) | December 11, 2012, 4:01 PM
  3. that raspberry ice cream looks mouthwatering!

    Posted by cityoftheweek | December 16, 2012, 3:06 AM
  4. We have Movenpick in London too!… Bring on summer time!

    Posted by @makingkai | January 9, 2013, 7:43 PM
  5. That place looks great! I love ice cream and frozen yogurt and gellato and all of that. When I was in Peru, Cusco, my friends and I would frequent this place called El Hada. It is an amazing place. Homemade Ice cream, in an alley just off the plaza de armas. Reading this reminds me that I should write about them. They have a chocolate kind that actually tastes like dark chocolate. It is Fantastic. Thanks for the info and the inspiration!

    Posted by curlyadventurer | February 2, 2013, 6:36 PM
    • We just love great desserts and ice cream is one of them especially when you’re in a place as beautiful as Bondi. And we’re sure that in Peru, they’ve got great places like this too, as you mentioned that they are homemade ice creams. And having said that, we’re not surprise that it is amazing. 🙂

      Posted by thebudgetwanderer | February 2, 2013, 7:14 PM

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