Tuesday, 8 May 2012


223 Victoria Street
West Melbourne, VIC 3003

Because I was half full after brunch, I started looking for a dessert place nearby and found Dolcetti. The name reminds me of "il dolce Freddo" and increase my expectation. Dolcetti is located not far away from Queen Victoria Market. The place is quite small with only few seats inside but it's a really sweet cafe. 
These hanging tea cups just made this cafe even more lovely. 
"Made with LOVE" Isn't this appealing?
There was only one girl serving us and the other staffs were inside the kitchen baking for their huge orders. Just look at the freshly baked goodness on the trays!  
I forgot to take note of the tea price. Again and again, the tea set is just adorable. It feels like those sets in High Tea. 
My favourite is the mini Fruit Tart! Sweet and buttery crust tart filled with some fruits and granulated with sugar. What i like is the crust is crisp and the filling is not too sweet and refreshing. 
Fruit Tart - $ 3.9
The strawberry tart that comes with the same crust tart is also nice. The size is about twice of the mini one but the fruit tart filling tastes better. 
Strawberry and Pistachio Tart - $ 5.9
The danish is also good and not too sweet. But the pastry is not really crisp as i'd like it to be.
Pistachio, Pear and Strawberry Danish - $ 4.5
Devil Cake? Hmmm, i doubt this one. It says that there's a layer of caramel but I could hardly taste it. What's disappointing is its not a rich chocolate cake, more like sponge cake with chocolate flavour. 
Devil Food Cake with cream - $ 4.5
Overall: 8, i totally enjoyed spending my afternoon desserts there and looking forward to try their famous biscuits. Staffs and the place itself are just lovely. Cakes and pastries are all freshly baked and good with cheap prices!

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  1. Hi Clarinna,

    What is your favourite Japanese? I want to try and amazing Japanese restaurant.



    1. Hi Ibrahim!! Thanks before for visiting my blog :)

      -For ramen : so far i like Ramen Ya
      -For fusion Japanese : Purple Peanuts, their individual dishes are very good, especially their tuna onigiri!! I have blogged this one.
      -For a fine Japanese : Wabi Sabi Garden in St Kilda!! Grilled Black Cod, Slow Cooked Pork Belly and their sashimi are amazing..

      Hope this is helpful