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Best place to buy macarons in Sydney?

by Sharmila Jayasinghe (follow)
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Macarons are melt in the mouth goodness that we can't get enough of. They come in a multitude of flavours. Every patisserie, every cafe, and even the supermarkets try to make their own. Where do you get the best Macarons in Sydney?

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Any Adriano Zumbo Patissier. It is cool getting them off his dessert train at The Star. Otherwise Sweet Infinity at The Strand Arcade sell some larger and smaller macarons - they're beautiful. For a more melt in your mouth delice experience, try Lindt Martin Place.
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I couldn't agree more Justine great places
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Thanks John. We are fortunate to enjoy some beautiful macarons in sensational Sydney :)
I am definitely an Adriano Zumbo fan. His macaroons are delicious and uniform across all his stores which is nice. Baroque in The Rocks makes amazing macarons too! I am a sucker for the salted caramel ones. They are a little dearer than Zumbo's but you can sit down and have three with a cup of coffee for $12. They also do a cooking class so you can learn how to make your own macarons that taste just as good.
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Another Adriano Zumbo fan :) But Ladurée makes good competition, not only because their macarons are delicious, but their boutique at Westfield in the City is gorgeous!
Ah yes Laduree is also beautiful :) Not keen on their coffee, yet their macarons are gorgeous.
Ah yes Laduree is also beautiful :) Not keen on their coffee, yet their macarons are gorgeous.
I always get macarons for my family for Christmas. :) Usually I get Zumbo but last year I tried Laduree - in my opinion, the cost is not worth it. Zumbo all the way!
I've searched all over the CBD for a great Macaron, with Adrianno Zumbo at The Star, Laudree in Westfields Sydney and even Cupcakes on Pitt near Town Hall, there are some fabulous options out there. With the little desserts massive explosion in the foodies world, stores have expanded beyond the CBD to tackle these delectable treats. One place I have found that is gorgeous is called MakMak Macarons in Newtown (http://makmak.com.au), they make some really interesting flavours like olive oil, lemon & dark chocolate, and change up their menu every so often.
Pattison's Patisserie prides itself on their macarons, with flavours like salted caramel, strawberry and cream, and peanut butter.
Renaissance in the Rocks really does a much better macaron than Zumbo, in my opinion, and the ambience is a little less mainstream and industrial.
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