Break your diet for these outrageous Melbourne desserts!

Melbourne is a city with one of the strongest brunch games in the world. We’ve lined up some of the most over the top desserts for you to satisfy your sweet tooth while conquering the IG game.

Apart from being crazily delicious, it is as if the desserts made were born for Instagram. If you’re on a diet, we’d advise you to close your browsers immediately. Klook will not be responsible for any serious weight gain or dessert cravings.

1. Megashakes at Sugar Buns Bakery Cafe

Megashakes at Sugar Buns Bakery Cafe
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Sugar Buns Bakery Cafe located in Hampton Park shopping center is one of the trendiest cafes in town. Best known for their outrageous mega-milkshakes that are so decadent you might need to get a health check after one.
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Super stacked with doughnuts, ice cream sandwiches, waffles, brownies, cotton candy and all things good in this world, you’ll definitely be wanted to dive right into these freakshakes, We’d recommend ordering one of these to share with the brunch bunch.

Address: Hampton Park Shopping Centre, 1a/55 Hallam Rd, Hampton Park VIC 3976, Australia Opening hours: 7am to 5pm Monday – Saturday | 8am to 5pm Sunday

2. Om Nom Kitchen

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If you’re looking for sophisticated dessert plates that look like works for art, Om Nom Kitchen is the place for you. Located within the iconic Adelphi Hotel, these masterpieces aim to blow your minds not just with their taste but also the complexity behind the construction of these dishes.

Did we mention that even the hotel furnishings are dessert related! With jars of lollies in the counter to cake and licorice patterned stools and carpets, you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into dessert wonderland!
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If you haven’t got a sweet tooth but still want dessert to end off the night, the Champagne Bubble Bath featured consists of Vodka, creme de violet, rose liqueur and citrus and is topped off with bubbly!

Address:187 Flinders Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday 7am to 10.30pm | Friday and Saturday 7am to 1130pm

3. Chocolate bomb at Code 21

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Located in the picturesque Brunswick, Code 21 is a cosy gem that serves up some wicked desserts. This chocolate sphere comes served with a brownie, cookie crumble, berries, strawberry semifreddo, Ferrero Rocher, Nutella sauce and of course, their signature Death by Chocolate ice cream. Pour the nutella sauce over your sphere and watch it reveal the surprise center! After all, it’s what on the inside that counts right?

Address: 2/21 Brunswick Rd, Brunswick East VIC 3057, Australia Opening hours: Monday – Friday 6.30am-4pm | Weekends 7.30-4pm

4. Matcha French Toast at Lafayette Cafe

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La Fayette Cafe is a fancy little cafe located near the Port Melbourne bayside, bringing you not just beautiful views of Tasmania and the harbor but also crazy over the top delicious sweet treats! Matcha lovers wouldn’t want to miss their Matcha toast served with a medley of berries and edible flowers, perfect for the ‘gram!

Address: 55 Beach St, Port Melbourne VIC 3207, Australia Opening hours:Weekdays  8am-3pm | Weekends 8.30am-4pm

5. Pancake sandwich at No.19 society

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The Nutella pancake sandwich from No 19 Society is reason enough to visit this beautiful cafe. Consisting of peanut butter parfait, honeycomb, dulce de leche, burnt white chocolate crumbs, maple walnuts and meringue, this sweet treat is the perfect way to kickstart your day!

Of course, you’ll need to drizzle the whole jar of nutella sauce over to complete the experience.

Address: 214 Union Rd, Ascot Vale VIC 3032, Australia Opening hours: 7am -4pm Weekdays | 8am-4pm Weekends

6. Nutella Panna Cotta at District North

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District North serves up a mean brunch but what we liked best what the Nutella Panna Cotta!

Served with violet mousse, honeycomb, poached quince, meringue, choc popping candy and freeze dried mandarin, this smooth and rich panna cotta had just the right balance of flavors. Light enough to have on your own, be sure to gather the brunch gang and order a couple of desserts to share!

Address: 678/680 Mt Alexander Rd, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 7.30am-4pm | Sunday 8.30am – 4pm

7. Churros French Toast at The Glass Den

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Housed in the old Pentridge Prison, The Glass Den serves up some great desserts to satisfy every sweet tooth. The French Toast Churros, served with marshmallow bibs, strawberries, matcha soil, hazelnuts, nutella ganache, citrus meringue and burnt marshmallows is perfect for those looking for something beautiful yet delicious. The crunchy and fluffy toast was balanced perfectly by the citrus meringues, leaving you wanting more and more with each bite!

Address: 15 Urquhart St, Coburg VIC 3058, Australia Opening hours: 8am-3.30pm daily

8. Not your usual ice cream from Dex2rose

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We can’t talk about desserts without mentioning ice cream! But Dex2rose serves up not your usual boring vanilla ice cream but rather one of a kind gelato creations for every taste bud. With flavors like Chocolate Stout, made with Guiness and chocolate, it comes served with mini pretzels and a syringe of salted caramel sauce because who can have enough right?

Did we also mention that these ice creams were made using liquid nitrogen! Watch the science happen in front of your eyes and get ready your phones for the perfect boomerang.

Address: 377-379 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia Opening hours: Sunday – Thursday 1pm-10pm | Fridays and Saturdays 1pm-11pm

9. Flower pot from Brighton Soul Espresso

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Taking the term edible garden to a whole new level, the Garden Bircher with edible chocolate soil from the Brighton Soul Espresso cafe is not to be missed! Don’t be fooled by its gluten free vegan characteristics because this dessert is definitely packed with flavor.

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Their Birdcage is also something you’d want to try! This Bailey’s french toast topped with dragon fruit sorbet, caramelized walnuts, white chocolate mascarpone and so much more, comes served behind a bird cage. We know you’ll definitely be gramming this.

Address: 129 Church St, Brighton VIC 3186, Australia Opening hours: 7am – 6pm daily

10. Black forest Panna Cotta From Clubhouse Malvern

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This green and white golf themed cafe is the one dessert you have to try when visiting Clubhouse Malvern. Spiked with cherry and dark chocolate, this black forest spinoff comes served with fresh berries, vanilla sponge, raspberry jelly and pomegranate molasses! The perfect balance of the rich creamy panna cotta and the fresh raspberry jelly was pure perfection.

Address: 1290 Malvern Rd, Malvern VIC 3144, Australia Opening hours: Weekdays 7am – 4pm | Weekends 7.30am – 4pm

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