Eating is the best part of traveling, as eating desserts is the best part of eating. There is a good, atmospheric ambiance given by every bite of those sweet and delicious desserts. There are so many desserts, spread across the world—so many, you wouldn’t even know where to start. So to make things easier, we’re giving these five dessert cities, and where and what you should eat there.
Ladurée is a french luxury bakery and sweets maker house created in 1862. It is one of the world’s best-known premier sellers of the double-decker macarons, fifteen thousand of which are sold everyday. Because of its deliciousness and popularity, Ladurée stores are now present in: Australia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Monaco, Morocco, Panama, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UAE, UK, and the USA. So Many places to get their most famous macarons!
Pablo Dotombori, Osaka, Japan
Pablo Dotombori is the first store is the first store with cafe space located in Osaka. It’s a store where you can enjoy, freshly baked cheese tarts that you didn’t have the chance to try till now, including the 6 standard freshly baked mini cheese tarts and special mini cheese tarts from each of the seasons. In addition to its classic cheese tarts; the popular shop also carries a rich line of pastries, cheese puddings, cookies, drinks and soft served ice creams. One thing about its famous cheesecake, is that you can choose on how you want the cheese cake to be served, mainly: rare—with a nice fluffy core oozing with batter, and spongy tough more solid creation they call: medium.
Café Sacher, Vienna
Stop by Café Sacher for the traditional Sachertorte; a spongy chocolate cake filled with apricot jam. Sachertorte is a specific type of chocolate cake, invented by Austrian, Franz Sacher in 1832 for Prince Wenzel von Metternich in Vienna, Austria. It is one of the most famous Viennese culinary specialties, so famous that they’ve dedicated a special holiday for it; December 5 is Vienna’s National Sachertorte Day. Sachertorte is served at the Hotel Sacher.
Biscottificio Innocenti, Rome
If you have any room left, check out Biscottificio Innocenti in Trastevere, for piles of crunchy almond cookies. Biscottificio Innocenti is a cookie shop that also has the power to send you back in time. The shop front is all windows with frame painted a faded cornflowerblue. It’s obvious at once that there’s nothing complicated around here, that cookies are simple cookies. They sell amazing biscuits, cookies and sweet treats, sold by weight in which you are advised to get a selection and try them all. Biscottificio Innocenti, serves freshly, handmade and authentic cookies that will tickle your tummy with the delights of its sweetness.
Havanna, Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is all about Dulce de Leche, a sweet milky caramel spread that Argentineans use on just about everything. You’ll want to start you Dulce de Leche tour at Havanna. Havanna is a leading Argentinean manufacturer of food products—mostly known for their famous Alfajores, which is considered amongst the best of Argentina.If you do not know what an Alfajor is, you need to get here. It is a kind of pastry with dulce de leche. Havanna offers different varieties or should I say flavors for their Alfajores, and you should try them all! Havanna also operates its own system of franchise of coffee stores, as Havanna is gradually, turning its shop into more like a café–Havanna still sells stuff like their Alfajores that you won’t get anywhere. Try it—it’s a must!
Grabbing some of these desserts will really make every travel more exciting and fun. Their sweetness compliments the place, the people and the culture from where it came from—as though these sweets are telling you a story, with each bite. Deliciously fascinating!