Dessert specialty store San Churro is not of Australian origin, but that does not mean that it has not gained a special place in the hearts of Australians. The popular brand is so highly sought after that there are 48 San Churro outlets across Australia today – and they certainly face no lack of patrons who frequent it for their irresistibly delicious combination of churros and chocolate.
Apart from churros and chocolate, those with a sweet tooth will be elated to find out that San Churro’ exhaustive menu comprises other delectable treats that will sweeten up even the dullest days.
While Australia is no Spain, their churros are arguably one of the best we had.
For first-timers, churros are Spanish are delicious fried-dough pastries with a physique of narrow long cylinders. The perfect churros are crispy on the outside with soft and chewy insides. San Churro has nailed the recipe and you can try an adult portion of their divine snack that comprises of 3 churros and a dip-cup (from AUD 8.95).
The churros are cooked fresh to order from the in-house fryer and the piping hot choux-based snack is served to you warm with either chocolate or caramel sauce on the side. If you are visiting with a group of family and friends, it is best to order their dessert platters of churros fiesta (AUD 39.95) – which includes 18 churros and 6 dip-cups.
The range of desserts served at San Churro is not limited to just churros. Choose from mouthwatering cake slices, refreshing ice cream, couverture truffles and artisanal macarons. San Churro also boasts a wide variety of hot and cold beverages that are perfect for any season.
From Spanish hot chocolates, gluten-free fair trade coffees, chocolate shakes to diary-free smoothies, there is definitely something here for everyone’s differing tastes. Warm yourselves up during winter with their classic hot Spanish Latte (AUD 4.90) with condensed milk or quench your thirst with a refreshing Peach Iced Tea (AUD 5.95).
About the writer:
Hui Jun Ng is a staff writer for ladyironchef. She previously worked in the food and marketing industry. She loves traveling and enjoys exploring underrated destinations. In her free time, you will find her indulging in coffee and her all time favourite local dish – bak chor mee.