This well-loved Bondi establishment run by two talented Kiwis is a mecca for eastern suburbs sugar slaves.
This well-loved Bondi establishment run by two talented Kiwis is a mecca for eastern suburbs sugar slaves. And boy, can they make a good doughnut. Several, actually. The vanilla custard and raspberry jam is divine but perhaps risks being overshadowed by the newer, sinful 'Bronut' — a dark-hued beast filled with moreish chocolate custard and dusted in cocoa powder. Be prepared for a very messy, multiple-napkin eating experience (even those of you who pride yourself on eating tacos neatly).
The custard doughnuts come in two sizes: regular ($5.50) and the still satisfying mini ($3.50). For those who don't dig custard, their cinnamon doughnut ($3.50), dusted with Rapadura sugar (the pure juice extracted from sugar cane that’s supposedly a healthier alternative to white sugar), also scores big points.
Published on November 30, 2014 by Lucy McNabb