Where To Go For Nutella In Sydney

  • All Ages

Go (Hazel) Nuts! Who doesn’t love Nutella? That’s right- nobody. Whilst it hails from Italy (and we can’t thank them enough for sharing), did you know, there are haunts all over Sydney to get a delicious Nutella fix? Here are some cafe specialties and local secrets you need to know about the next time you’re sweet tooth calls.

Tella Balls Dessert Bar

When Foodcraft Espresso introduced Dulwich Hill to the Tella Balls Dessert Bar, we went crazy! In case you didn’t know, a Tella Ball is basically a doughnut filled with gooey Nutella. We’d also recommend the Tella Ball Milkshake- a nutella flavoured milkshake (also comes in Kit-Kat flavour) with a Tella Ball on top. The straw literally pushes through the Tella Ball’s pastry and into the sweet depths beneath. Nutella decadence at its finest. But wait, there's even more Nutella - say hello to the dessert of your dreams - The Giant Tella Ball! It weighs a nutty four kilograms and is drizzled in cinnamon sugar and topped with Oreos, Kinder Beuno and Ferrero Rocher. This bad boy will cost you $120 and needs to be ordered three days in advance. 


Source: Tella Balls Dessert Bar

Ruby’s Diner

Not only is the whole menu at Ruby’s in Waverley delightful (and there’s a kids menu too!), but there’s a Nutella highlight. Try the Nutella Brioche Toast, sprinkled with sea salt and olive oil. They are plenty generous with the Nutella and the brioche is soft and warm.

Pasticceria Papa

With locations in Haberfield, Five Dock and Bondi Beach (currently under construction) is Papa’s famous Ricottoa and Nutella Cheesecake! The light, fluffy and baked ricotta goes so darn well with the oozing, creamy nutella. Trust us, make this cake the star of your child’s next birthday party and you’ll make their dreams come true! It comes in a mini version if you can’t justify buying an entire cake for yourself… but it’s Nutella after all, so no judgement.

nutella cheesecake

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Oregona Bakery

Nutella Scrolls at the Oregano Bakery in Hurstville- ’nuff said, really. They also sell Nutella filled sugary doughuts and Nutella bombs- little pastry balls drizzled in Nutella. You might have found them at the Smooth Festival of Chocolate, for good reason.

Source: Oregano Bakery

Piccolo Me

Piccolo Me has 5 venues in the CBD alone (including Royal Botanical Gardens), as well as in several in the Hills, the west, south and north of Sydney. You’ve just got to try their giant deep fried Nutella ice cream balls, and treat your little one to a babycino, served in their signature “Nutella Cups” with a Nutella crotop to mop up the froth. It’s just pure, chocolate heaven at Piccolo Me!

piccolo me nutella

Source: Piccolo Me/Roy Hachem

My Sweet Boutique

Head to Marrickville to find this travelling food truck serving Nutella waffle jars, that come in your own personalised jar! Each of the jars is filled with chocolate decadence and smothered with lashings of Nutella, different combinations available. We wouldn’t mind a dollop of whipped cream with ours…

nutella waffle jar

Source: My Sweet Boutique

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