It goes without saying that Sydney has a major obsession with doughnuts of all shapes, sizes, and flavours, which is why it's always good news that a new doughnut joint has opened. Don't Doughnuts is the newest kid on the block, setting up shop on Victoria Street in Darlinghurst.
The idea here is small-batch doughnuts, but not just any kind of doughnuts—a tasty halo hybrid of sourdough and brioche. The result is fluffy rings topped with Madagascar vanilla bean glaze, Iranian pistachio, macadamia caramel, and dulce de leche with salty cream.
If that hasn't already got you wiping the drool from the side of your face, Don't Doughnuts also specialises in a sling of whacky doughnuts for the brave and hungry. You'll also find a Vegemite and butterscotch combo, a doughnut stuffed with Basque burnt cheesecake filling, and a coconut charcoal meringue creation.
On top of these, Darlinghurst's new doughnut haven whips up a new limited-run doughnut every week.
They've also recently extended their sourdough brioche expertise to burgers too—and the hero on the menu is the "Don't Burger". Made with a baked sourdough brioche vanilla glazed burger bun, Angus beef patty, a duo of cheeses, caramelised onions, and maple bacon, it's a cheat day must-try.
There's also a cheeseburger, a cheesy 'shrooms burger, and a BLT and each comes with a serve of parmesan sweet potato chips.
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