Saturday, November 26, 2011

Café Cre Asion - (Sydney)

  Japanese owner Yu has worked in some famous pastry kitchens in Sydney,  especially at 2 Hatted Universal.   His macaron offerings are unique and often comes with a sensible Japanese twist and surprise element.   There are many weirdly flavoured macarons being sold around the world -  but for me the macaron structure and texture itself must be pretty spot on first as a priority,  whereas the flavours side should follow afterwards to enhance this experience!   Café Cre Asion definitely passed with flying colours and have got both parts of the equation very right indeed..



Surprisingly found in a side street corner,
and without a big signage either! 




Many interesting and seasonal flavours available -
Not all of them are Japanese influenced but the best ones are probably just these ?



Ordered Salted Caramel, Jasmine, Kinako, Hoji Cha, Pistachio ..



Pistachio =  Good spread of grinded Pistachio adorn the shell, it was quite decent
Hoji Cha tea =  a little weak in the tea flavour but quite likeable


Jasmine Tea =  this has a good chinese Jasmine tea like flavour to it,
very addictive and refreshing.   The Kinako powder flavoured one was also very uniquely Japanese.  The macaron shells in general are slightly crisp outside but without being too thick in the baked batter,  the inside meanwhile is slightly moist and chewy.  Very good macaron structure and surprising to find!




Price: AUD $10 per person
Food:  ♕♕♕♕♕

Opening Hours -
Mon-Fri    7.30am – 4pm
Sat          8.30am-4pm

Address: 21 Alberta Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Ph:  TBA

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