Gratta keka of Nice (or gratta-queca) is an ice cream bread, grated and sprinkled with a syrup of your choice. To be eaten with a straw. Not to be confused with the Granite, more universal, of which it remains however very close.
Grattakeka of Nice
Originally, ice cream makers made Gratta keka and sold it in street vendors, often in three-wheelers or in kiosks. Nowadays, this Nice delicacy can still be found just about everywhere, mainly in cafés and ice cream shops, but at certain times: from May and throughout the summer.