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Beth McFadden3 years ago

3 cafes that serve delectable sweet treats

If you have a sweet tooth, chances are you can't go past a cafe without checking out their dessert menu. After a while you might get sick of boring old chocolate cake and ice cream, so we've helped you track down some truly unique and delicious desserts in Darwin. If your sugar cravings have wreaked havoc on your waistline and you need a healthy sweet treat, or you just can't go past the perfect sweet Danish pastry, we've found a cafe perfectly suited to your needs. Read below and let your tastebuds decide between some of the most decadent and delicious desserts at these cafes in Darwin!

Rawgasm Paleo Cafe & Juice Bar

Sweet treats without the guilt, Rawgasm Paleo Cafe - Darwin
Sweet treats without the guilt, Rawgasm Paleo Cafe – Darwin

The Rawgasm Paleo Cafe and Juice Bar is a healthy eating cafe in the heart of Darwin. If you’re wondering why this cafe has been listed as a place with delicious desserts, step inside the buzzing shopfront and order yourself a Snickers acai bowl – full to the brim with all of those sweet flavours you enjoy, but packed with raw ingredients that are good for you. The best part about this dessert option is that you can order it for breakfast without being judged.

Are you more of a cake fan? Don’t stress! Their Paleo banana cake is melt-in-your-mouth delicious. Despite the fact that all of the food at Rawgasm Paleo Cafe and Juice Bar is actually good for you, there is absolutely no compromise on that delicious, sweet flavour you love so much. Make sure to visit the Rawgasm Paleo Cafe & Juice Bar for your next dessert fix, if you’re worried about the sugar content.
Where: Shop 1, 39 Smith Street, Darwin NT 0800

Sweet Tooth Greek Cake Shop & Cafe

Check out their cabinet full of treats, Sweet Tooth - Darwin
Check out their cabinet full of treats, Sweet Tooth – Darwin

Sometimes the best desserts are traditional baked goods. If this is the motto you live by, then don’t walk past the Sweet Tooth Greek Cake Shop & Cafe cafe in Palmerston. Pop by and check out the fresh, baked onsite goodies that are always stocked to the brim. The friendly team will be happy to help you pick out something perfectly suited to your sweet tastebuds, or cook your next customised birthday cake for you.

These guys specialise in Greek sweets and pastries, so why don’t you try one of their delicious pastries or fruity tarts for a light dessert? If you’re after something richer, a delectable cream-filled profiterole is sure to fill the spot. Whatever delicious bakery item you’re looking for, the Sweet Tooth Greek Cake Shop & Cafe is sure to serve it up.
Where: Shop 9/2 Sabine Road, Millner NT 0810

Lorenzo Wine & Dine

Try the luscious red velvet cake, Lorenzo Wine & Dine - Darwin
Try the luscious red velvet cake, Lorenzo Wine & Dine – Darwin

Lorenzo Wine and Dine is a modern restaurant serving up delicious cuisine from all over the world. If you save eating dessert until you’re out for a delectable dinner, then visit here for your next night out. You can start by indulging in tapas or the delicious, varied dinner menu, or skip straight to the dessert. If you want to start off with something, we recommend you try ordering a few share plates alongside a rich wine to get the evening started.

Once you’re warmed up, delve into the desserts menu that is full of incredible dishes. One favourite is the red velvet cake – a melt-in-your-mouth dessert served alongside fresh cream and strawberries. If you’re a fan of something more fruity, try the creamy passionfruit cheesecake, loved by locals and visitors alike. By the end of the night, you’re sure to be one hundred per cent satisfied with the delicious food served up at Lorenzo Wine and Dine, that you’ll want to visit again and again!
Where: 33 Knuckey Street, Darwin NT 0800

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Have we missed your favourite Darwin dessert? Comment below and let us know!

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