Top 5 Dessert Bars


by Kimberly Ly

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Image credit: trendhunter

People say that your body has an extra stomach to consume this “meal”. Yes, we are talking about the dessert stomach and yes, it is our favourite. From beautiful and delicious mini sculptured cakes to desserts that all contain green tea, we went ahead and made a top 5 list so everyone can satisfy those sweet, sweet cravings. And before you ask, it’s definitely worth the calories.

KOI

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Crowned the dessert king by MasterChef in 2015, former contestant Reynold Poernomo opened his very own dessert bar for everyone enjoy. From the big screen to your very own hands, KOI is known for its faultless desserts. Only opening in January this year, KOI cakes are mini modern masterpeices that are painted with beautifully coloured art;  your mouth will water at just the thought of these picturesque desserts. You can choose to take away or eat in and enjoy the ambience.

So if you’re heading to Chippendale anytime soon, be sure to pay a visit.

Where46 Kensington St, Chippendale
When: Tuesday – Sunday | 10am – 10pm
Contact: Official Contact

La Renaissance Patisserie

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Image Credit: La Renaissance Patisserie

Bringing all the authentic flavours of French pastries,  you wouldn’t dream of missing a visit to La Renaissance Patisserie. From delicious, perfect macaroons to gorgeous tarts and éclairs, these humble desserts needs to be tasted. The feel of France extends to the courtyard, where you can dine in with your friends as you catch up over a coffee and beautifully crafted cakes.

Becoming the first Australian patisserie in the southern hemisphere to be officially inducted into the prestigious Relais Desserts – the world most exclusive and prestigious French patisserie association – you can bet that you won’t be disappointed. So save your travelling money and take your stomach to La Renaissance Patisserie.

Where47 Argyle St, The Rocks
When: Monday – Sunday 8am – 5:30pm
ContactOfficial Contact

Black Star Pastry

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Image credit: Camera and Cusuines

Before I begin, you may know where I’m heading…. Yes, the famous watermelon cake. Well not really, that’s just one of the many delicious things among the list of things at the Black Star Pastry. From delicate chocolate tarts to irresistible vegan donuts, Black Star have you covered. Catering to those who prefer options that aren’t so plain, they offer a range of gluten free and vegan desserts.

Ah yes, now back to the watermelon cake. The perfect layered watermelon slices, cream and sponge, with a hint of rose water, pistachios and petals to garnish, the combo compliments well. Not your average chocolate cake but definitely worth the try.

Where277 Australia St, Newtown
When: Monday – Sunday | 7am – 5pm
Contact: Official Contact

Bourke Street Bakery

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Image credit: Bourke Street Bakery

Like that delicious morning smell from a tasty bakery shop? Bourke Street Bakery tastes as good as it smells.

Not only famous for it’s savouries but their desserts and sweets. From ginger crème brûléetart (a crowd favourite) to their pear and rhubarb muffins, they balance the delicious flavours and flaky pastry just right. The place is quite small and can be quite busy, so you’re best bet is to grab, go and devour. With a good dose of pastries and cakes to choose from, it will be quite difficult to choose what to eat for the day. But hey, you can always go back and try more right?

Where633 Bourke St, Surry Hills
When: Monday – Friday  7am – 6pm | Saturday – Sunday  7am – 5pm
ContactOfficial Contact

Cafe Cre Asion

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Image credit: I’m still hungry

Calling out to all those matcha or green tea fans, we have found the perfect dessert place for you. Cre Asion is not only for their crazy list of matcha products but also for it’s delicious macaroons that come in a range of traditional and more unusual flavours including, of course, matcha. This place is matcha mad, offering lattes, fondants, muffins, tarts, and many more.

Tucked away in the CBD near Museum station, this cheap and tasty place can be a little busy so you might want to consider getting something to go. So if you need a good hit of matcha, Café Cre Asion is your place.

Where21 Alberta St, Sydney
When: Monday – Friday  8am – 4pm | Saturday  9am – 4pm
ContactOfficial Contact

 

 

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