Amazing Sydney Desserts that are too good to be true
Sydney is blessed with amazing food and among the foodie food pyramid is dessert right at the top (or at the bottom if you have a sweet tooth)
Today I’m showing you 5 places I personally really enjoy. From classics to the innovative. These desserts will for sure meet your sweet tooth cravings.
Bourke Street Bakery
633 Bourke St, Surry Hills
I got the Ginger Brulee Tart & Lemon Curd Tart at their Surry Hills branch.
The flavours are so pronounce and sharp, which makes these tarts an absolute delight to eat.
The lemon curd is extremely smooth and silky and the crust is so flaky and buttery. It’s just REALLY REALLY yummy!
Black Star Pastry
Level 2/500 George St, Sydney
So I’m sure you’ve guess it by just seeing the name of the place.
The watermelon cake at Black Star Pastry is absolutely delicious and famous. They also sell other fruit cakes that are equally good, but if you can only choose one then you can’t be the original creation.
Flour and Stone
53 Riley St, Woolloomooloo
The pannacotta lamingtons at Flour and Stone is not like any other Lamington you’ve had before.
I absolutely love it.
It’s a vanilla sponge, socked in pannacotta with a layer of berry compote in the middles, covered with a thing layer of chocolate and then generously covered in coconut flakes.
It’s an indulgently delicious take on a childhood favourite dessert.
Koi Dessert Kitchen
Shop 3/62-66 Blaxland Rd, Ryde
Masterchef star Reynold Poernomo opened Koi soon after the show to showcase his amazing patisserie skills.
The selection at Koi changes from time to time, but each time I visit I enjoy the offerings.
Beautiful desserts that look too good to eat, but so deliciously good you’ll eat more than one.
145 Ramsay St, Haberfield
Pasticceria Papa is a typical Italian style dessert shop filled with so many options you might get overwhelmed.
However, there’s one thing you must try from here. Their Ricotta cheesecake.
You won’t regret it.