I absolutely love the macarons from here. They’re sweet but not too sweet.
The shop front, it really brightens up the dim alley-like street
I think they said there were 27 flavours that day, woweee!
The seating’s so cool. So hip.
After a difficult decision-making session, we decided to go with 8 macarons and 2 green tea lattes
Green Tea Latte – This was amazing and I love how it’s served in a bowl
Top from left: Green tea, Yuzu, Lemon
Centre from left: Truffle, Plate of 8, Black Caramel
Bottom from left: Jasmine, Lavender, White sesame
Complimentary flavoured marshmallows :)
I chose the orange one~
Our afternoon treats all demolished~
Location: 21 Alberta St (Sydney) – It’s pretty much a few streets behind World Square. It’s tucked away in a very small street, almost like an alley way.
I’ve been here twice before and since I hadn’t been back for quite a while I decided it was time for a revisit. It was nice to see my favourites still there but there were also a few new flavours (or maybe I’ve just never seen them) which got me super excited. I love how there are fillings in some of the macarons; It makes it unique and above that, they’re not too sweet which really gives it an edge over other macarons – in my books anyway. The black caramel, green tea and the lavender flavours were probably my favourites, they were so good!
For what it’s worth:
Oh! There’s also conveniently a power point in a corner which warranted bonus hearts <3. I was in a low-battery crisis at the time and you have no idea how excited I got when I saw the power point. My face literally lit up and my voice went up 100 decibels. Well, it would’ve if it could. I think I have a cafe power point obsession. They make having electronics with short-battery life so much more bearable. I wish all cafes had power points.
I hope the staff didn’t mind me using it…They were friendly :)
And I couldn’t help but draw a connection between the arrangement of the green tea lattes and plate of macarons in the photo below to Walt Disney’s one and only Mickey Mouse. How’s the resemblance?