Japanese Desserts in Sydney

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Delicious Japanese Desserts in Sydney

Sydney is spoilt from choice when it comes to mouth-watering Japanese food, but how many Japanese dessert options do we have? 

How many Japanese desserts have you tried before?

Today I’m bringing you to 4 different places to try some famous Japanese desserts that have made their way to Sydney. 


Macquarie Shopping Centre, Herring Rd & Waterloo, Macquarie Park NSW
(various locations)

“Based on the Melbournian contemporary concept of gastronomical fusion, PAFU is the holy union of the traditional French turnover (ou chasson aux) and the Japanese Shou pastry”

My favourite is the apple puff because it’s so buttery and delicate and flaky and the custard is not too sweet but very, very creamy.

Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts

Macquarie Shopping Centre, Herring Rd & Waterloo, Macquarie Park NSW

“Inspired by the distinct cheesy taste of Hokkaido dairy, and using a traditional recipe from Japan’s dairy heartland.”

An incredibly smooth tart with a rich milky flavour. 

Uncle Tetsu

501 George St, Sydney NSW 2000

“Our Cheesecakes are made with Australian cream cheese. Soft & fluffy world famous staple of everything Uncle Tetsu.”

The famous giggly soft sponge cheesecakes I’m sure you’ve seen online can be tried at Uncle Tetsu. 

Gram Cafe & Pancakes

Level 3, Chatswood Station, 67/436 Victoria Ave, Chatswood NSW 2067

The famous airy soufflé pancakes that slightly jiggle when you wiggle your plate is served with a wonderfully rich dollop of whole cream. 

But it’s not just pancakes, Gram Cafe also has some amazing Japanese dessert options that are exactly the same as what they serve in their Japan stores. 

Janice Fung

Janice Fung

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