Check it out, Passion tree - The Sweet Spot, was listed not once, but twice for ‘Chatswood’s most instagrammed Foods’. Read below for more snippets from the article.Read More
We have launched our latest dessert innovation, Bubble Egg Waffles! These are only available at our Brisbane City store, hurry on down and grab the best and latest dessert from Passion tree!
Passion Tree dessert cafe located on the top floor of Chatswood Interchange participated in our Sydney Korean Festival, this is our second year in a row! Last year was a great success, we had long lines and were completely sold out just after lunch time. This year was no different except we brought along 3 times as much stock and didn't sell out until just before the end of the event.
We were selling our popular Bingsoo shaved ice dessert, and showing off our new flavour, Taro Bingsoo!
Come along to Passion Tree on the top floor of Chastwood Interchange (above the station) and try out the full menu!
Our newest addition to our Passion Tree menu: TARO BINGSOO! Our Taro Bingsoo features not only features taro ice-cream, but also a special taro sauce made in-store. Combined with sliced almonds, Crunchy Nut, red bean, white chocolate and matcha mochi, this is a combination you will definitely fall in love with. Perfectly paired with an Iced Americano or Iced Tea.
But what exactly is Taro?
Taro comes in lots of varieties, ranging from small to large and from white-fleshed to purple-flecked ones. Similar to potato, it is starchy and similar in flavour except more nuttier, richer, and more complex taste overall. Compared to a white potato, it has three times the amount of fibre, and is also a rich source of potassium, iron, vitamin C, and vitamin A. Time for some Taro Bingsoo!
If chocolate ice cream and all things baked aren’t your style, you should head to Passion Tree and grab a fruit bowl. Bingsu or bingsoo is a Korean dessert that uses shaved ice, fruit, and varied ingredients to create a delicious and refreshing meal. Passion Tree serves not only watermelon, but rockmelon and pineapple variants too!
Read the full Buzzfeed Post here.
Passion Tree was lucky enough to get a feature in Concrete Playground! Here is a short excerpt on the post which you can read more at: http://concreteplayground.com/sydney/restaurants/passion-tree/
One slurp of these desserts and you could be in a hip Gangnam cafe.
Joining hip dining precinct The District's stable of eateries like hatted dim-summierTim Ho Wan and quirky Asian diner Pepper Lunch is Passion Tree, the dessert bar equivalent of a Korean pudding queen and Swiss pastry chef's love child, where macarons sit alongside Korean-influenced desserts like shaved ice bing soo and toasted honey bread.
Like all good dessert bars, Passion Tree's menu is made for sharing, and its soaring entrance, studded with naked light globes and suspended wooden chairs, creates a playful atmosphere for couples and groups to feast within.
For the full post, please read: http://concreteplayground.com/sydney/restaurants/passion-tree/
Our Matcha Mochi has definitely stole the show this Winter. Layers of fluffy hotcakes layered with red bean and cream, topped with mochi, match ice-cream and white chocolate crisp balls accompanied by our very special match and white chocolate sauce, no wonder why every one is going crazy for it!