Satisfy your sweet tooth with a spot of dessert in Melbourne
One of the best parts about moving to any new city is getting to know its local food scene. If you've got a sweet tooth, you'll love the many delicious dessert spots that Melbourne has to offer.
Whether you like the classic recipes or you enjoy trying new combinations of flavours and techniques, Melbourne's dessert restaurants have something for everyone to enjoy.
Mantra has plenty of long term accommodation options as well, with the Live@Mantra program ensuring that you'll be able to satisfy your dessert cravings from a conveniently central location in the city.
Here are a few of the must-visit dessert spots you have to try:
If you love all things chocolate, you definitely need to make a stop at a Max Brenner dessert restaurant. Open late and featuring a menu entirely devoted to chocolate treats, you'll love feasting your eyes and tastebuds on these exquisitely-crafted desserts.
"Whether you like the classic recipes or you enjoy trying new combinations of flavours and techniques, Melbourne's dessert restaurants have something for everyone to enjoy. "
There are four located around Melbourne so you have plenty to choose from - the only difficult thing will be deciding what to order from the delectable menu! Of course, you can always take home one of their handmade chocolates as well to keep you going until your next visit.
One of the most well-known dessert spots in Melbourne, Brunetti lives up to its reputation with a variety of sweet treats to tempt the tastebuds.
Whether you want something light and fruity or dark, rich and chocolatey, Brunetti is sure to have something that will satisfy your cravings. Located at 194 - 204 Faraday Street in Carlton, this is a must-visit for those who want a range of desserts to choose from.
Located on the upper riverside terrace in Hamer Hall, Trocadero offers delicious desserts with stunning views over the Yarra River as well as a full menu of appetisers, entrees, mains, sides and cheese to enjoy as well.
Their chocolate pudding and rhubarb & ginger crumble are sure to win many fans, but it's their caramel cooked cream with pear and popcorn crumble that you just have to sample.
Picked as one of the 25 best desserts in Melbourne by the Herald Sun, this three-layered dessert offers a symphony of taste with thick cream, chunks of honeyed pear in caramel and lightly salted popcorn adorning the top.