Bites by D

Got a sweet tooth? Check. Love desserts? Double check.

If you have a sweet tooth and love your sweet treats and desserts, Bites by D is the place to be. It’s a dessert cafe located in the heart of Mount Hawthorn, dedicated to all things sweet. I’ll confess that desserts is definitely one of my guilty pleasures. As Bites by D was not too far from where I live, I was determined to check it out and indulge in some of their sweet treats.

Step right into Bites by D and a dessert bar awaits you. It was hard to make a decision because everything looked amazing. We had the Le Petit Antoine which comprises of milk chocolate chantilly, chocolate cremeux, hazelnut dacquoise and crispy praline. Doesn’t that sound delicious already? One bite and we fell in love with it immediately. Layers of creamy delightful chocolatey goodness with a crunch from the crispy praline. It’s a taste of heaven. IMG_0336-2

As the cupcakes looked as good as the desserts, we decided to take home a Red Velvet and Ferrero Rocher cupcake. The red velvet cupcake was rich in flavour and luxurious, topped with a creamy cream cheese icing on the top. I don’t know about you but it’s probably one of the best red velvet cakes I have tasted. The Ferrero Rocher cupcake was decadent and moist. I love a good buttercream on a cupcake and the chocolate buttercream was definitely the icing on the cake. It’s smooth and creamy, finished with a Ferrero Rocher on top.

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I will definitely be back to Bites by D again and would love to try the High Tea or another one of Bites by D’s sweet treats. You will be taken to dessert heaven.

Bites By D Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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