Milk ‘N’ Sugar: Sydney’s epic three day dessert festival returns this weekend

After the successful launch of Milk N Sugar last year, the artisan dessert-only food festival is back this year, once again setting up at Overseas Passenger Terminal for the weekend of 8th to 10th June. As it coincides with Vivid Sydney, last year’s debut was unsurprisingly popular – especially with it’s $2 entry fee – and this year is expected to take that up a notch with more collaborations from some of the city’s biggest names.

Koi Dessert Bar is probably the biggest name on the short but sweet lineup and they’ll be doing a tonka bean mandarin mousse with a brownie base. Others scheduled for the sugar rush include Fluffy Crunch with scoops of ice cream topped with Froot Loops and rainbow dust and then rolled up in fairy floss (yeah, OTT is the order here), Bianco Kitchen with hand chocolate dipped cheesecake on a stick, Bar Coco with crunchy golden churro burgers, Hungary Bites with light-up doughnut cones, and Arancini Guy with dessert arancini balls. Others jumping on board include Donut Papi, Torch Me Brulee, Diego’s Donuts, Khao San, Brooklyn Boys Bagels and Stroop Brothers.

It’s also being promised that some kind of themed dessert display will be there to feast your eyeballs, including the largest cupcakes, doughnuts, and freakshakes the city has to offer.

“We are excited to provide Sydney with an opportunity to experience the best desserts on offer in Sydney”, said Event Director Yudi Loefti. “Milk N Sugar is an opportunity for revelers to touch, see and taste the most photogenic and tastiest desserts in town, something that they would normally drool over on social media”.

For more on what kind of food and drink is available exclusively during Vivid Sydney check out our guide HERE.

Milk N Sugar

Address: Overseas Passenger Terminal, Circular Quay
When: 8th to 10th June, 6pm-11pm


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Chris Singh

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