Sweets Paradise, Osaka

Wow I’ve actually been in Japan for 1 month, time passes unbelievably fast. It has been such an amazing experience – making friends from all around the world, travelling and exploring Japan and of course the food. I wanted my first post on Japan to be something epic and I’ve finally found a place! Me and J decided to celebrate our 1 month together. She was the first person I met off the plane :) We decided to go to Sweets Paradise which is an all you can eat dessert place – yes you read right, all you can eat. It costs 1480 yen ($18.50 AUD) for 80 mins, such a great deal since in Australia you would be expecting to pay $12 just for a plate of dessert.

Sweets Paradise Japan

As you could have guessed I was literally jumping for joy when I got there. Snapping away like a crazy maniac and trying to stuff my face with as much as I could, I was a sight for sore eyes. Look at all these tempting desserts, how could any sane person say no?

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This was a picture of my first plate, I lost count afterwards. They give you savoury food as well – pasta, curry and salad. It really helps with stuffing down the cakes :D Like the pig I am, I had 2 plates going at the same time – one for savoury and one for sweets ;)

Sweets Paradise Japan

The first cake I tried was kind of like a swiss roll – soft, fluffy cake filled with cream and banana in the middle, topped with more cream and berries.

Sweets Paradise Japan

The raspberry mousse was my favourite – crunchy nutty biscuit base, raspberry mousse-ish filling with a jelly top.

Sweets Paradise Japan

Raspberry mousse (フランボワーズムース)

Innocent enough looking right? WRONG, this cake was the death of me. It was basically 3/4 full of cream and 1/4 of cake, it didn’t have much flavour as well. Be warned.

Sweets Paradise Japan

ふわふわショート

The slice below was really yummy, it had such a subtle sweet green tea flavour in the cake.

Sweets Paradise Japan

The creme brulee roll had burnt sugar on the outside of the cake, inside was filled with cream. I really liked the contrast between the burnt flavour vs. the soft cream and cake.

Sweets Paradise Japan

Creme Brulee Roll

At this point forward I was in a sugar coma, cake started tasting the same. I’ll end this post with a spam of cake photos ;) Definitely go here if you are ever in Japan, they have places all around. You really get your value your time and money – this was dinner for me that day but I could never look at cake the same way for a few days.

Sweets Paradise Japan

Apple mousse (リンゴムース)

Sweets Paradise Japan

ずんだカスタードミルフィーユ

Sweets Paradise Japan

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 Berry cake (ベリーのケーキ)

Sweets Paradise Japan

Address

大阪府大阪市北区角田町5-1梅田楽天地ビル2F

2 comments for “Sweets Paradise, Osaka

  1. March 5, 2014 at 2:12 pm

    Coincidentally I’m reading this post in Japan, I had heard about this place and been tossing up whether or not to go as some reviews said it wasn’t too great. But after this, I think I’ll definitely go and check it out tonight, looks like a must! :D

    • March 5, 2014 at 7:04 pm

      Although not the best cakes around, it’s pretty good for what you pay and it’s at an all you can eat place with savoury food. Much better then the cakes we have in Adelaide with all you can eat buffets :P I hope you have a great experience – must tell me how it goes ^_^

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