Falko Konditormeister is so perfect that it creates that inevitable predicament common to cake-lovers — the desire to share its perfection with the world set against the need to surreptitiously withhold its very existence! Each bite is edible art in the form of traditionally made German Konditorei cakes and gateaux. In true German fashion, Falko completed his masters examination as a Master pastry chef, putting him in a league of his own and giving him an immense skillset.
Falko Konditormeister, 185 Bruntsfield Pl, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 656 0763
Those craving a little bit of sophisticated flair with their dessert will take to Valona & Crolla like a small flame to crème brulee. A trusty staple of Edinburgh’s dining scene, this deli-restaurant, café and food bar is a haven of tasty eats. If you can steer clear from the addictive cheese and meat selection for just a moment, then one of the many bite-size pastries, tartlets, truffle cakes, macarons, pana cotta, and tiramisu will no doubt take precedence.
Valona & Crolla, 19 Elm Row, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 556 6066
One glimpse of the goodies at Mademoiselle Macaron will have even savory folk saying ooh la la. The taste is unsurpassable; aesthetically, they are picture-perfect and the flavours enticing and unique. From off-the-wall concoctions (that shouldn’t work, but do so in perfect harmony) like Innis & Gunn and Earl Grey, and Scottish showstoppers such as the Scottish Whammy and Hendrick’s Gin, to the classics like pistachio, there’s something for everyone.
Mademoiselle Macaron, 22 Grindlay St, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 228 4059