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Danny Elwes

Owned by ex-Petersham Nurseries chefs Pedro Confessore, 35, and Suzanna Austin, 33
On the menu Ice creams and sorbets
Wheels A 1976 Citroën HY van, parked every Saturday at Maltby Street Market, SE1, or Eat St at King’s Cross on Thursdays, 11.30am to 2.30pm
Order salt caramel ice cream, £2 per scoop
Queueing up Loyd Grossman is partial to a scoop of the burnt honey caramel flavour
We say We’re mad for the sherry-poached apricot sherbet
Follow @Sorbitiumices
Danny Elwes

Food Network 'Londons Best Street Food'

Sorbitium Ices

When and Where: Maltby Street Market (SE1) every Saturday, Barnard Park every Sunday and at King's Cross (N1) every Wednesday, as well as various pop ups throughout the month (see their website for details).

Serves: Handmade ice creams and sorbets in seasonal flavours. The van is chock-full of fruity concoctions laced with delicate flavours like rose and lemon verbena. Although if you’re in the mood for something naughtier, try the Salted Honey Caramel.

Order This: Apricot, Orange Blossom and Mastic Ice Cream. The name might be a bit of a mouthful but when ice cream tastes this good, you won’t care. Fresh apricot purée, orange blossom water, mastic (tree gum with a piney flavour) and orange zest are all locked in a glacial mound of creamy milk. You’re better off getting two scoops.

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