CBD Food and Drink Melbourne CBD and Inner Suburbs

Christmas Desserts at The Dessert Kitchen

Just when you thought The Dessert Kitchen's desserts couldn't get any more adorable, they go and bring out these little puffs, just in time for Christmas! 


The Dessert Kitchen Christmas Puffs

Running alongside their main menu items, such as the popular shaved ice, The Dessert Kitchen have two extra special desserts just for Christmas. If you’re just feeling something small, they have the delicious Bailey’s soft serve, topped with a kit-kat. You can really taste the alcohol in this one – and is there really anything more Christmassy when you’re a grown up than Baileys?

The Dessert Kitchen Christmas Baileys Soft Serve

If you’re visiting in a group you have to get the Parfait and Puffs for 2 as part of your order. This is seriously a work of art: three gorgeous cream filled christmas themed puffs; a parfait and two scoops of ice cream. The puffs (each one has its own flavour) are an instant wow when they arrive to the table, however, the more time you spend looking at the parfait, the more you see the amazing details and work that has gone into this – make sure you take a moment or too to notice the little fudge present and tiny marshmallows inside before you just devour it!


They’re only available until Christmas, so make sure you get in quick to try these! Read our full review of The Dessert Kitchen.

The Dessert Kitchen

Website: https://www.dessertkitchen.com.au/

Address: 105 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD

Opening Times: 

Mon         3pm to Midnight
Tue          3pm to Midnight
Wed         3pm to Midnight
Thu         3pm to Midnight
Fri           3pm to 1am
Sat          1pm to 1am
Sun        1pm to Midnight

Parking:  Later in the evening you may be able to get a free street park around Russell Street, or Chinatown, early on, expect to pay if you want to park on the doorstop.

Getting here on PT: The closest tram route would be the 86 or 96, alight at Russell Street and then cut down Market Lane off Bourke Street to bring you to The Dessert Kitchen. Train station wise, Melbourne Central and Parliament are probably a similar walk.

Disclaimer: We dined as guests of The Dessert Kitchen, Melbourne. Reviews are honest and based on our own personal experiences. We cannot guarantee things at a restaurant won’t change including, but not limited to, menu items and opening hours, so please confirm any details with the venue before visiting.

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