Belgian chocolate desserts, hot chocolate, waffles, churros, fondue and decadent ice cream flavours
There are 27 Oliver Brown outlets in Sydney so wherever you live chances are you’re close to some Belgian chocolate lovin’
You can’t quite tell in this photo but there’s crunchy balls in my hot chocolate, which are like tiny Maltesers and we had a good giggle when ordering the desserts with crunchy balls.
The iced chocolate shakes are served in tall glasses, the Sneaky Snickers in particular is nutty and they’re not at all icy.
When you have Belgian waffles from Oliver Brown it comes with a side of vanilla ice cream. The waffles itself smell like vanilla and have plenty of crispy edges.
I think pretzels could be swapped out for something more exciting; think meringues, a different coloured fruit or Ash’s suggestion: cookie dough! The milk and dark dipping chocolate are heated up by tea lights and the little bowls are completely emptied.
Out of all the waffles, I enjoyed the banana split one the most, mostly because it had plenty of crunchy balls.
This gorgeous topped with chocolate brownies, whipped cream, sweet flakes and chocolate wafers
The churros are very soft inside, almost the consistency of custard, I prefer mine crunchy but that’s not to say they aren’t enjoyable, especially when each bite is dipped into plenty of melted chocolate.
And you can’t go past thin crepes, a mound of fresh strawberries, bananas, whipped cream and a drizzle of melted chocolate.
There are some good basic desserts at Oliver Brown, just make sure you get some of those crunchy balls.
MsBrulee dined as guests of Oliver Brown. Opinions however are my own.