by Dan Cunningham and Holly Bodeker-Smith
Updated August 30th, 2021
Doughnuts are no longer an American thing. They're everywhere in Sydney. From classic hot-jam doughnuts to croissant-doughnuts (cronuts), the doughnut fever never ends. Here are our favourites.
Eat in the tiny nine-seat shop, or eat at home ... if you can make it that far.
Featuring three different types of dough.
Fourteen Dr. Dough doughnuts to choose from.
Plus coffee roasted on site.
Vanilla-filled doughnuts filled with changing flavours. And it's all baked in-house.
When they're on the menu, the jam doughnuts are a star.
A shop that sells inventive sourdough-brioche doughnuts by a classically trained pastry chef. Traditional flavours are playfully twisted here – there’s a Vegemite-spiked salted butterscotch and another filled with Basque cheesecake.
Old fashioned desserts like doughnuts and Louise Cakes.
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