Dessert Story, the Taiwanese and Hong Kong Sweet franchise that opens late into the night serving teas, desserts and coffees. Dessert Story has opened up in St Albans for quite some time now and the girlies plus Mr Burberry dropped by for some drinkies.
After a night of fried chicken, we explored Fitzroy for some desserts. Walking down Brunswick Street we walked by a french creperie called Breizoz. With such a good find, we had to run inside and satisfy our sweet tooth. Luckily for us, a party of 9, we were able to get a table since it was later in the night. The staff were absolutely lovely and best of all, they speak french too! We sat down and start to order to our hearts delight.
Food is usually the way to a man’s heart and it’s usually the same for ladies too. I know for sure that a way to my heart are goodies full of sweetness and when I heard that Laduree had popped up in Melbourne, I made sure to let Mr D know that my heart was aching. We made the road trip to Chaddy and located the cutie patootie store, right in front of H&M. It’s an open store and you could even have tea if you had an inkling. I opted for macarons on the go. There were quite a few flavours to choose from and don’t rush because nothing good ever results in rushing.
After a night of burgers for dinner, we decided to drop by Brunetti in Carlton to satisfy our sweet tooth. As we waited for Big L to arrive, Mr Angry Asian and I went around and picked which cakes we wanted because, well, who can ever say no to cakes! There’s a few Brunetti around Melbourne and Carlton is the original and the newly renovated spot (moved to another area) makes it absolutely breathtaking. There’s not that many seats around so be sure to stalk the tables until you find a spot for your tooshies.
The signature blue sea salt flavoured soft serve, Aqua S has finally extended its wings and have landed in Melbourne. So I wanted (actually needed) to try it and convinced Mr Angry Asian to go after our work dinner. There was only 30 minutes before closing time so we ran as fast as our little legs could take us and BAM we were in front of Aqua S.
I took my two top wisdom teeth out yesterday and I found out that Mr Burberry and Miss Asian Fusion were having the day off today so we decided to catch up for coffee and froyo since that was all I could eat. We met up at San Churro at Highpoint and it wasn’t too busy even though it was school holidays.
I’m a huge fan of anything french so when I heard that reknown celebrity chef Gontran Cherrier is opening up a boulangerie in Melbourne, boy was I super duper over the moon excited. What’s even better was that he was here to also promote his new opening (27th worldwide) right here in Melbourne.
After a fun night out at escape room (we got out of course with 4 mins to spare) one of the dude’s missus couldn’t be contacted, so we decided to go for some asian desserts. We walked through Chinatown and ended up at Sweetie and Moustache dessert lounge and bar.
After a day full of dress shopping, a cake cafe caught our eye – Ministry of cakes. So what else do the three stooges do? We enter and stuff our faces with cakes of course! We stepped inside and was surrounded by a beautiful smell of baked goodies. There were wedding cakes and novelty cakes on display and so we sat our tooshies down and looked over the menu.
We were waiting around in the area and decided to grab a drinkie since we had an hour to kill. We drove into a strip of shops and finally, hidden away was a fine chocolate shop – Hahndorf’s Fine Chocolate. You can guess where I made Mr D go in for coffee!