Open for over 20 years, serving traditional Hungarian cuisine.
Their hot chocolate is superb, not too sweet and very smooth. The pralines are also tasty. They also do nice sandwiches and salad. Chocolate fans rejoice: you will love this establishment. And for those of you who want a more upmarket dessert at the Quay than ice cream.
This place is amazing, the media lunas (kind of like mini croissants) are unique and delicious. The coffee is yum and reliable. Dulce Luna offers an Argentine breakfast, with great service. Good coffee and an awful lot of pastry type things cooked on site. Other Locations. See Products
The restaurant has a great selection of traditional Hungarian meals, along with classic European and Australian meals. See Menu.
This place has got some serious chocolate and the menu shows everything from waffles to churros to croisants all come doused in chocolate.
A really neat cafe/coffee/cocoa shop! Food wise, coffee and chocolate were great. We recommend the fondue pot that comes with milk and dark chocolate, strawberries and marshmallows.
From the moment you walk into the chocolate room, any chocolate lover will be in absolute heaven. From the tempting cabinet of cakes, to the freezer of ice creams and then to assortment of other goodies spread across the counter. And thankfully the food lives up to the hype.
The restaurant has beenserving up traditional Hungarian Jewish stews, goulash and dumplings for decades, deserts are worth trying! See menu
Whislt Zumbo's is famous for its macarons it's the cakes that make the line worth while. The cakes are intricate and imaginative, so much so that you don't mind paying $9 just for the genius that had to go in to inventing such a masterpiece. Lots of sugar indeed, but the sugar levels aren't overly done. And they are just so beautifully crafted.
The store at Leichhardt serves tea and coffee as well as individual cakes and family cakes and biscuits. You can buy straight from the shop or you can order them online
Other Location. Cavallaro's Sweet Indulgence 253 Macquarie Street Liverpool NSW 217 Telephone: 1300 767 268
There's always a line out the door it seems. A popular bakery in somewhat the middle of suburbia. They have the random outdoor seating for people to enjoy their goods and they'll bring you the order. The quality of the ingredients is top notch, the flavours robust, the croissant and toastie crisp on the outside and gooey delicious on the inside.
One of the best japanese noodle shops in the CBD.....cash only. Visit Menu
Battambang restaurant in Cabramatta is on the eastern side of town (sometimes even called Khmer side). Great noodles & soup
It's very authentic and tasty with reasonable serving sizes, and there is a large range of drinks and desserts.