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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Cupcakes on Pitt, Sydney

Cupcake porn.

Because you know you want one.

(Clockwise from top): Dark chocolate, cookies and cream, milk chocolate,
vanilla, honeycomb and peppermint cupcakes

Cupcakes on Pitt

Shop 2, 323 Pitt Street Sydney
Tel: +61 (02) 9264 4644

Monday - Friday 8 am to 6pm
Saturday 10am to 4pm

All cupcakes are $3.50 each, or $5.00 with a cup of coffee.
12 cupcakes (a dozen) or more: $39.00 then $3.25 each
50 or more: $150.00 then $3.00 each

A Bondi store is also open at:
112a O'Brien Street, Bondi Beach, Sydney
Tel: +61 (02) 9300 8306

Monday - Friday 11am to 4pm
Saturday 9am-4pm

Related GrabYourFork posts:
Cupcakes on Pitt, November 2005
14 comments - Add some comment love

posted by Helen (Grab Your Fork) on 7/04/2007 11:53:00 pm


  • At 7/05/2007 12:26 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Is it me, or have those cupcakes shrunk since the last time i bought one which would have been about a year and a half ago? I clearly remember them to be much taller than the ones in the photos.

  • At 7/05/2007 2:37 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I love them love them love them!!
    The worst part is wreaking them to eat them and the best parts is looking at them loveingly and then eating them... such is the dilemma of true love...
    And you know i really mean it and have really felt it! Hehehe.
    Love your work!!

  • At 7/05/2007 12:34 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    yum, i love Cupcakes on Pitt. i work quite close to it which is er... dangerous to say the least :)

    to be honest though i think the buttercream icing is the best part. and the decorations of course!

    what's your favourite flavour, AG?

  • At 7/05/2007 1:09 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Definitely a store not to be missed.

    A touch expensive but the taste, presentation and packaging well make up for the cost.

  • At 7/05/2007 2:59 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    i hope they improved since i last tried it. nice to look at but extremely substandard in taste.
    too bad i live 2 mins walk from that place :( r u going to write a review on sakura next door ;) ?

  • At 7/06/2007 12:13 am, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Anon - I don't think they've shrunk. You can even check the photos I took in November 2005 if you want to compare :) But Big Macs on the other hand, I'm sure they've shrunk since I was a kid!

    Hi Alexandra - lol. As long as they were loved to begin with... and then muahahahaha! lol

    Hi lcm - I find the buttercream icing very sweet, but yes, the decorations are always the best part. I haven't eaten that many flavours - I think 4 or 5? I enjoyed the big fat chocolate-dipped strawberry on my white chocolate one, and I keep meaning to try the passionfruit one and the lemon meringue version too.

    Hi Andrew - Definitely. Packaging and presentation go a long long way :)

    Hi Lyn - I think they've gotten better. My last two were very fluffy and moist. I haven't been to Sakura yet, although I do often look in at the window on my way past :)

  • At 7/06/2007 1:18 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The cupcakes look shrunk maybe because of the shot angle.

  • At 7/06/2007 1:27 am, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Lin - Agreed. Actually... I've just had a thought - does Anon realise these cupcakes are sitting in a cardboard box with cupcake holder inserts? Oops... there's another 2/3 of a cupcake patty pan hiding underneath the insert. Check out the pictures here for better clarification.

  • At 7/07/2007 10:23 am, Blogger MissK said…

    I think the white chocolate is my favourite,and i recently tried the banana one as well and that was lovely.

  • At 7/19/2007 10:36 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi MissK - I haven't tried the banana one. I must get around to some more 'research'.

  • At 3/17/2009 12:55 pm, Blogger J. said…

    There's a place in Parramatta too...on the underground walkway thing from Westfields to the station. (there's an 85 degrees shop there two next to the easy way. mmm cake. :))

  • At 3/17/2009 10:17 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Joce - It seems like there are more and more cupcake outlets everywhere these days, although I didn't realise Cupcakes on Pitt had a 2nd branch.

  • At 3/05/2010 9:25 pm, Anonymous PastryPrincess said…

    arent they just so cute and girly? ;) i had a peanut butter one and it was tiny, moist and yummy. i expected a little more pb though, not just the little swirl on top... they have lots of yummy looking flavours i would still like to try! you dont feel as naughty eating these little babies as you do with usual-sized ones. ;P 2 bites dont count, right? will blog about them soon.

  • At 3/16/2010 1:36 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi PastryPrincess - Cupcakes are always a great way to get in touch with your inner child :) I think most of the cupcakes here are either chocolate or vanilla with the flavour variation in the icing. And two bites never count!


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