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Treat Yourself to the Best Tiramisu in Sydney

Italian cuisine is one of life's greatest joys, and that extends to dessert! We've rounded up the best tiramisu in Sydney for a creamy, spongey, coffee-infused delight.


Sydney is known for its diverse food scene, with just about any cuisine available across the city. Still, when it comes to satisfying your sweet tooth, nothing beats a perfect Italian tiramisu.

Layers of coffee-soaked sponge fingers, dollops of mascarpone cream and a hint of liqueur in every bite with dustings of chocolate... what's not to love?

We've scoured the city to bring you the top spots to enjoy this delicious dessert. From pizza shops and Italian venues going viral on social media to the most chic restaurants, these delicious slabs of tiramisu will have you ordering a second serving.

Grab your sweet-tooth friends and enjoy our guide to the best tiramisu in Sydney. Buonissimo!

Matteo (Image Credit: Leigh Griffiths)


With an alfresco deck and classic Spritz-ridden cocktail list, this chic Italian eatery was made for long, leisurely lunches, made even better with a serving of tiramisu to share. 

Matteo's simple and authentic plates channel the Amalfi Coast, and their traditional serving of Italy's most popular dessert is worth saving room for. The classic tiramisu made with fresh coffee, a generous dusting of chocolate and savoiardi biscuits is - thankfully - available at both locations. If you'd love to get your hands on this pistachio version, you'll need to head to Double Bay. 

CBD & Double Bay



We're not sure what we love most about NICO. It could be the bright, gram-worthy interiors, the European summer vibes, the authentic Italian pasta, or, it could be the famous lemon tiramisu.

Giving the traditional tiramisu a zesty makeover, this dish has got people talking. Chef Nicola's recipe has been honed for over ten years and has reached icon status.

The soft lemon cream layered with sponge biscuits is the ideal light dish to end an incredible meal - and don't get us started on the adorable lemon dishes it is served in!

17/450 Miller Street, Cammeray 



Sometimes, the smallest changes can transform a classic into something worth talking about. The tiramisu at Spuntini does just that, with decadent mascarpone mousse and a crumbly dark chocolate soil creating unique flavour and texture.

Your biggest challenge may be saving room for dessert, with a menu full of pizza, pasta, meat, seafood and vegetable dishes so good you'll want to try one of everything! 

3/67 Frederick Street, Concord

Dedys Cafe

Dedys Cafe

Proving that tiramisu can be more rather than a simple layered dessert, Dedys Cafe is giving us new ways to enjoy the flavours of coffee, biccies and chocolate.

It begins with the tiramisu latte, which you can order hot or over ice. Your coffee is given the sweet Italian treatment with a flavoured creamy topping and a generous dusting of chocolate, served with a lady finger biscuit to dunk into your coffee. 

The team suggest pairing it with their creamy tiramisu cheesecake for the ultimate flavour experience. No need to tell us twice!

Level 9, 486 Kent Street, Sydney



If you've been scrolling through Sydney FoodTok in recent months, you've more than likely come across the tableside tiramisu at a'Mare.

The classic, premium restaurant inside Crown Sydney doesn't do things by halves, and that extends to dessert. For diners who order the tiramisu, it's no ordinary serving.

The tiramisu itself is traditional, though the fun comes from your waiter serving you a generous scoop from the bowl right at your table. It's become a well-known dining experience at a'Mare, with the tiramisu a menu mainstay for over 4 years. 

1 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo

Fratelli Paradiso

Fratelli Paradiso

With its rustic Italian charm, Fratelli Paradiso offers a cosy and intimate atmosphere perfect for a romantic dinner or a night out with friends.

Their menu celebrates traditional Italian flavours, featuring homemade pasta, wood-fired pizzas, and mouth-watering seafood dishes. When asked if you'd like the dessert menu, skip the formalities and order their signature tiramisu.

It's classic and creamy, with plenty of coffee, cake and mascarpone to keep dessert snobs happy. 

12-16 Challis Avenue, Potts Point



Though tiramisu originates from the Northern Italian town of Treviso, it didn't take the Romans long to catch on to the dessert that had people talking - so it's not hard to find whole shops dedicated to tiramisu on the streets of Rome.

If a trip to Italy's capital isn't on the agenda, Cicerone is the Roman kitchen in Surry Hills offering the next best thing. 

The plates of antipasti, pizza and pasta are sensational, but it's the viral salted caramel tiramisu we can't stop dreaming of. Putting a spin on the classic, explore mixed flavours from hints of Amaretto, chocolate and gooey salted caramel.

417 Bourke Street, Surry Hills

Has our guide to the best tiramisu in Sydney inspired you to try more delicious desserts? The sweet treats don't stop here. We've curated guides to the best donuts, cheesecakes and even the best croissants in Sydney - thank us later!

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