For decades, Mr Boni’s was a household name in Edinburgh the number one ice cream parlour in the city and a favourite venue for children’s birthday parties thanks to Boni’s famous ice cream cakes.
While Mr Boni’s closed more than 18 years ago, memories of the Capital institution remain strong for a generation of Edinburgh locals.
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5. Closing down
Mr Boni's Ice Cream Shop at Lochrin Buildings, Tollcross, closed in 2002.
Photo: Julie Bull
6. Little Paolo Boni
Little Paolo Boni with the ice cream which won Edinburgh's Lorenzo Boni the National Ice Cream Competition in Harrogate in 1986.
Photo: Alan Macdonald
7. All smiles
Gary Hunter, 4, of Musselburgh, enjoys a mixture of Mr Bon's parliament-flavoured ice creams, 1999.
Photo: Ian Munro
8. Super news
Mr Boni's cake decorator Craig Dooner celebrates the move of Mr Boni's ice cream into Tesco's in Musselburgh.
Photo: JEREMY STOCKTON