The Best Sydney Desserts To Get Delivered To Your Door

Eat, Sydney / 13 July 2021
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The Best Sydney Desserts To Get Delivered To Your Door

Eat, Sydney / 13 July 2021

Spend hours baking or get it delivered? We know which one we’d rather choose. Here are our favourite sweets to get to your door.

Strawberries & Cream Sando From Sandoitchi

When it’s the first dessert that comes to mind, you know it’s no joke. Sandoitchi’s Strawberry & Cream Sando is nothing short of amazing with Japanese milk bread holding strawberries and freshly whipped yuzu cream together. The bread is made fresh in-house daily which means it’s light, fluffy and acts as the perfect vehicle to absorb all those sweet favourites. We’re not exaggerating, this sando is life. Order online here

Basque Cheesecake From Continental Deli

There are few cakes that can live up to the loft standards of a Basque Cheesecake and we’re pretty sure we’ve found the best one in Sydney. Continental Deli has made a traditional NY style Basque Cheese with a perfectly burnt top, cookie crust and creamy inside. You can now order it to your door, slice by slice. Order online here

Doughnuts From Shortstop

Step aside Dougnut Time, Shortstop is having its moment. As soon as you step inside the modernly styled cafe you can’t help but notice the aromas of freshly baked doughnuts, sweet pops of icing and freshly brewed coffee. You can now get that same experience delivered to your door in box form. A must-order is the Maple Walnut Doughnut with Brown Butter. Order online here

Pancakes From Gram

When I think of the best pancakes I’ve had in my life, I think of Gram. Think traditional Japanese pancakes in all their fluffy goodness served with house-made sweet creams. The pancakes are served in the cutest little takeaway box and are all sandwiched in an aesthetically pleasing and practical way. We suggest getting a Mori Box with the lot – Chocolate, Pear, Nutella Hazelnut, Strawberry and Mandarin. Order online here

Gelato From Ciccone & Sons

For those nights when you want to eat your feelings, we’d go Ciccone & Sons. This place is all about fresh, handmade gelato made with jersey milk for extra creaminess and whole ingredients for true flavour. You can choose from a 500ml tub or 1L tub depending on how rough the day was. We can’t go past the Salted Cashew and Buttermilk & Passionfruit. Order online here

Strawberry Watermelon Cake From Black Star Pastry

Earning itself the title of the ‘World’s Most Instagrammed Cake’, Black Star Pastry’s tiered Strawberry and Watermelon Cake is a Sydney icon. The cake comprises perfect layers of almond dacquoise, rose-scented cream and watermelon, topped with strawberries, pistachios and dried rose petals. Since launching the bakery in 2008, there have been over 1 million slices served every year. Order online here

Tiramisu From Bella Brutta

There are few things in life as delicious as Bella Brutta’s Tiramisu. With fresh mascarpone and amaretto sabayon, layered between espresso-soaked hazelnut dacquoise, it doesn’t get any smoother or more delicious. It’s dangerous that you can get this ordered to your door. Order online here

Portuguese Tarts From Sweet Belem’s

Sweet Belem’s Portuguese Tarts are easily the best in Sydney. With the perfect flaky outer shell and warm oozing custard, you can see why. From the traditional, Nutella and cream caramel, there’s plenty of flavours to choose from. Order online here

Green Tea Rose Ganache Celebration Cake From KOI

If you’re sending a cake to a skilled baker or pastry chef, this is how you impress them. This cake from KOI features are an array of flavours and is layered in the most elegant way. With green tea matcha ganache, pistachio jaconde, strawberry mousse, citrus marshmallow, rose jelly and almond sable, sweet tooths will be in heaven. Order online here

Kurtosh From Kürtősh
It’s an oldy, but it’s a goodie. Since 2011, Kurtosh has been serving up delicious coffee and sweets to match. Don’t miss their freshly baked Kurtosh, a Hungarian pastry famously known as a chimney cake. There are cafes all around Sydney which means chances are, there’s probably one near you. Order online here

Looking for something more substantial? Check out the best restaurants offering takeaway here