On the first day we had a chance to try the Lindt Cafe at Darling Habour, the place was packed so it had to be pretty good.The first thing i saw when i came in here was the Macaroons, the nicely arranged and colourful arrangements caught my eyes, and I couldn't resist .I just had to try the macaroons there and... it was superb, the crisp of the macaroon cracks in your mouth and the cold sweet filling was just a Killer!
Location: 104-105 Cockle Bay Wharf Darling Harbour, Sydney
La Renaissance's Courtyard
We also tried this small french cafe at the Rocks which YM introduced, called La Renaissance Café Patisserie. Slightly hidden from the main area, with its cosy Parisian style courtyart, I felt like I was in Europe. I paid $9 for a small cake, that one could possibly gobble in one bite, but I couldn't resist; just look at it; Yes I'm a sucker for colourful things. Once we cut into this tiny work of art, we discovered the many layers and taste to this one cake, which blended really well. As they say good things comes in small packages.
Location: 47 Argyle Street The Rocks Sydney NSW