Cupcakes on Pitt

As a self-proclaimed cupcake connoisseur, I feel it’s my duty to taste all of the fine cupcakes on offer in this city I call home. So when the opportunity presented itself to sample some treats at Cupcakes on Pitt, who was I to refuse? Cupcakes on Pitt is in the the middle of downtown Sydney.

This year, Cupcakes on Pitt introduced a smaller, less-expensive cupcake, which is now their standard size cake. The smaller cupcakes retail for $2 each. The larger ones the shop previously sold were $3.50. They are still available through special order. The new size is perfect, just enough for a sweet treat. There is a good range of flavours, but get there early in the day before the ones you are after sell out!

I tried two cupcakes: one orange jaffa and another with strawberry icing.

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Both cupcakes were vanilla cakes. The orange jaffa one had orange icing. The other cupcake had strawberry icing. The overall taste was average; it didn’t taste homemade, but it wasn’t quite as bad as a supermarket cake! They do look cute though, and the box has a window in the top, so customers can gaze lovingly at their cupcakes all the way home. You can also eat in-store, there are a few tables and chairs.

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1 cupcake = poor (stay away!)
2 cupcakes = not bad
3 cupcakes = pretty good
4 cupcakes = very good
5 cupcakes = excellent (eat now!)

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Published in: Uncategorized on February 15, 2008 at 6:52 pm  Comments (1)  
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  1. Hey Katie,
    Since I began baking non-stop, -other- cakes are inferior. 🙂 Blessing, and a curse. 🙂

    Cheers,
    Amy

    (I’m about to make the Rapunzel cakes this week. Yum.)


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