BALLARAT SWEET EATS
5/5 Dayni Rating
L’espresso has been a key feature on Ballarats Sturt Street for as long as I can remember. It’s a quaint little space that’s very cleverly laid out to display shelf upon shelf worth of Vinyl Records and CDs.
5/5 Dayni Rating - Nestled down a historic little blue stone alleyway that is very reminiscent of Melbournes famous alleyways, sits this hidden gem of a cafe.
5/5 Dayni Rating - Le Péché gourmand, translating to "sin of gluttony", is a humble little French Patisserie nestled into the heritage main street of my home town, Creswick.
5/5 Dayni Rating - “No to margarine, yes to butter, no to canola oil, yes to grapeseed, no to bleached sugar, yes to raw! and the list goes on. Eat real food and you'll feel real too!”
4/5 Dayni Rating - If you're thinking that a toasties only menu would be boring, think again! Some of the flavour combos they have on their menu are brave, bizarre and delicious!
5/5 Dayni Rating - Before I'd even walked through the door at The Local Cafe, I was in love…
5/5 Dayni Rating - At Carboni’s you’ll experience authentic Italian food from the smell of wood fire ovens in Naples to the fresh taste of seafood of Sicily, from bold pasta dishes of Bologna to clean flavours of Florence.
3/5 Dayni Rating - In 1858 it was The Royal Highlander, in 1961 it was the Peter Lalor Hotel, in 2018 it is The Pub With Two Names.
My husband, William, is one of the team of about 15 19th century confectioners at Sovereign Hill that make these famous lollies, so we got the inside scoop!
We'd heard great things about a market in a tiny town called Talbot, and we thought we'd give it a go! And just like that, my weekly grocery shop turned into a Market Stall Dessert Hop.