Tag Archives: Dessert

Cocolat – Henley Beach

A new Cocolat has opened at Henley Beach and is conveniently located metres away from the beach. Situated in a long and narrow store, the venue itself is deceptively large. With such a small frontage, I did feel the place lacked natural light towards the rear of the building. Today, I had their Baileys Embrace. […]

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Royal Copenhagen – Henley Beach

It’s no coincidence that all the Royal Copenhagen stores in Adelaide are located in beach side suburbs. There’s nothing like a cold refreshing ice cream on a hot Summer’s day. The Henley Beach store is somewhat better than the Glenelg store, mainly because you can sit down and eat your dessert. The menu items are […]

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Nic & Rocco – Rundle Mall

These Nic & Rocco dessert bars seems to be popping up everywhere with another one just opening up in Rundle Mall. Like their Norwood store, this place is just as small, with seating capacity for a dozen people. The offerings are pretty much the same, however, I do see them regularly introduce new product lines. […]

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Steven Ter Horst Chocolatier – Rundle St

From humble beginnings at their Unley Road store, Steven Ter Horst has finally expanded and moved to a more central location. Now located on Rundle Street, the place is more stylish and sophisticated. The polished concrete flooring, the wall mounted shelving and the ceiling flushed lighting make this store very minimalist. The dark colour tones […]

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Mulots Patisserie

Mulots is a French patisserie located on the King William Road cafe precinct. Set in a tiny little store, this place offers a selection of chocolates, macarons, eclairs, tarts, pastries and an assortment of small desserts. They also sell some savoury products, but I didn’t take too much notice of what they were. I was […]

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Dolci Galleria

Dolci Galleria is a cute little dessert store located on Magill Road. The decor is simple and elegant with dark colour tones, a classical wallpapered feature wall, fancy light fittings and contemporary pictures that are also for sale. The menu is fairly standard for a dessert store. Coffee, hot and cold beverages, a small selection […]

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Sir Cafe – Runde St – Adelaide

Sir Cafe is a cute little dessert and tea house located on the first floor of a Rundle Street terrace building. The signage is small and it’s one of those places that you actually need to look for. The decor is both charming and tasteful, which is totally opposite to its nearby neighbour. The elegant […]

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Birdcage Cafe

There are two stores named Birdcage on the same street, so this store should not be confused with the women’s clothing store a bit further down. Birdcage is a cosy little dessert store on the eastern end of Rundle Street. The decor is stylish and elegant with nice earthy colour tones. The wrought iron clock […]

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San Antonio’s Pizzeria

With San Antonio’s being about a week old and the new pizza store in town, people will ask whether it’s just another pizza store in an already saturated market. The answer is no, they’re actually better. The pizza makers here have perfected the art of the pizza crust and combined with quality ingredients, have come […]

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Dolce & Co – Burnside Village

I had known for quite a while that Dolce & Co were opening a stall inside Burnside Village. The desserts are the same as the Gilbert Street store, however, there’s a lot more seating. At the Burnside Village store, there are two counters, and the stall itself is sleek and modern. Today, I ordered the […]

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