Opened in 2005 by a Torinese woman (Maura Burlando) trained by an Italian ice cream master, this artisan “glacier” is not the best known ice creams in Paris, but it is certainly one of the best. Moreover, its strawberry sorbet sorbet was voted best of Paris in June 2016 in a competition by the editors of Figaroscope. Pozzetto means “little well” in Italian. It is also the name of the refrigerated metal jars that are used to better store the ice especially in summer. Pozzetto manufactures daily twelve different flavors in pure transalpine tradition to ensure an unparalleled smoothness in the ice cream, with flavors such as Gianduia (chocolate and finely ground hazelnuts), Piedmont hazelnuts, fiordilatte, yogurt, chocolate, pistachio and other more seasonal sorbet flavors like lemon, mango, peach or strawberry all from the market. The secret to successful ice cream also lies in the quality of its products, beyond the essential knowledge of how to work and whip the ice cream. Maura also opened another shop in 2014, near the first one, at 16 rue Vieille du Temple that also offers savory products imported from Italy (meats and cheeses) and where you can get a drink for only € 3 (a glass wine with a small plate of charcuterie) in the late afternoon. But back to the ice cream: do not hesitate one second to taste Pozzetto ice cream, served with a spatula, not with a scooper, which will make you topple over with pleasure!