VEGAN ice cream will be on the menu at the new look Nardini's Cafe in Largs.
Described as the 'nation’s most iconic ice cream parlour', the famous art deco building is preparing to reopen – complete with a major revamp.

Nardini’s Cafe, and Toni Macaroni's Italian restaurant will both welcome customers back to the historic seafront Largs location when they swing open their doors for the first time since lockdown on Friday.
Customers will be greeted by a new take away area, reminiscent of the building’s heritage, thanks to the development of a brand-new Italian vintage style design.
They will be able to enjoy coffee and cake, patisserie, focaccia, as well as indulge in ice creams from the new gelato counter, sourced direct from Umbria, Italy.
The facelift has been specially designed to evoke memories of seaside holidays of yesteryear, with the use of geometric designs and traditional colour palette paying homage to the restaurant’s Art Deco roots.
A new ice cream range, including a vegan strawberry flavour, will tickle the tastebuds, as will the ice cream parlour’s selection of traditional sundaes.
Neil Johnston, Nardini’s manager, said: “It’s very exciting to bring back the complete Nardini’s experience. Our 50-strong team are eager to return to work, catering for our countless regulars and tourists that we have missed over the past 12 months.
“As a landmark location, our new updated design is as instantly recognisable as the taste of our legendary ice cream. We can’t wait to present our takeaway guests with a fresh new setting that we are extremely proud of.”
Nardini’s’ world famous fish and chips are also on the menu all day, every day, as is a gluten and lactose free-range ice cream selection. Even furry friends can get their paws on almost any flavour in the form of dog-friendly chewy ice lolly sticks.
The ice cream parlour and café will be open from 9am to 8pm, seven days a week.