Black Star Pastry6
Why locals love it
Locals eagerly crossed the event horizon when this flavour vortex first opened its doors back in 2008. It should really be called Black Hole Pastry, because it's impossible to escape the gravity of its deliciousness. It's rich but not sickly, mind altering but exquisitely consistent. In other words, merciless - alluring to the point of indignity.
Why you should visit it
Resistance is futile. Boring too. Eat the orange cake with Persian fig; it's fit for a Martian goddess. Gobble the strawberry watermelon cake, with its rose scented cream and juicy blush. Watch the mini quiches and pies show you their cheesetastic moon magic. Then let the stellar coffee recharge your jet-packs with the power of a thousand comets.
It's always packed, so if the weather's nice then order take away and sit in Camperdown Park which is 2min walk away. Enter through Lennox St.