Waffee

Chanced by this lovely cosy shop front on the way down Swanston Street. By chanced, I mean my nose dragged my in, hook line and sinker. If there’s one thing I cannot resist, it’s freshly baked pastries, in this case, WAFFLES! If you can resist the smell for a while, you’ll notice PUNZ and a … More Waffee

MakMak – Sydney

Set a fair way into suburban Newtown, this tiny storefront is dedicated to churning out delicious varieties of macarons, and only macarons. Given this focus, it’s no wonder why they do what they do so well; and in a time where most would turn to Laduree or Zumbo for their sweet hit, MakMak are holding their own. … More MakMak – Sydney

Le Bon Ton

Le Bon Ton Bloody Mary: Ketel-one vodka, house-smoked tomatoes, char-grilled capsicum, fresh citrus and Old Bay seasoning, house pickle juice, jalapeno hot sauce and a splash of red wine ($18.0). A very fancy Blood Mary with many layers, though ultimately slightly sweet for my liking, and definitely not thick enough. I quite enjoyed the Chili … More Le Bon Ton