Where to eat Nutella everything in Brisbane

In celebration of World Nutella Day (5 February every year) we’ve done the tasty research to uncover Brisbane’s best Nutella dishes.

The criteria? Real Nutella must be used – no impostors will be found here. Read on and treat yourself to the best.

Pizza

Nutella pizza at Cowch
Cowch

Pizza is Italian. Nutella is Italian. Why not combine two of the greatest products to come from that country? Plenty of Brisbane pizza restaurants caught on to this thought – pick up a Nutella and strawberry number from La Dolce Vita, a Nutella and banana one from Communal, or a Nutella s’mores pizza from Alfredo’s.

Furthermore, Il Posto do a Nutella and ice-cream calzone, Beccofino make a mini pizza stuffed with Nutella and banana, and Cowch serves its "Nutellos" pizza with a Nutella base, banana, hazelnuts and salted caramel.

Doughnuts 


Doughnut Time

If you find a doughnut store in Brisbane, chances are that they’ll have something filled or topped with Nutella. Doughnut Time has a few stores around the city peddling its popular Nutella-filled doughnut (1:1 Nutella to dough ratio).

The Doughnut Bar serves a Nutella Cheesecake doughnut, and Flour & Chocolate serves a fresh-as-can-be Nutella cronut (call ahead, flavours rotate). 

Drinks

What if you could drink a shot, and enjoy it too? Bar Pacino will allow you that pleasure with a round of its Nutella shots.

Back to more typical Nutella drinks, The Doughnut Bar does a milkshake with a doughnut on top, and Southside Tea Room serve a classic Nutella shake.

Ice-cream


Mister Fitz

New-kid-on-the-block Mister Fitz does a mean ice-cream sandwich. Be sure to choose the fresh-baked Nutella cookies as the vessel for its hand-churned Nutella ice-cream.

Nitrogenie in South Bank uses the magic of liquid nitrogen to whip up its popular flavour, Nutella Ella Ella.

Baked goods


Marchetti

You may have tried the original cult gluten-free brownie at a market, but head to the I Heart Brownies boutique down Bakery Lane and treat yourself to the Nutella stuffed one.

Chester Street Bakery in Newstead makes a Nutella pavlova, Marchetti in the city does a Nutella roll (perfect paired with an espresso), and Gianni’s Kitchen in Newstead serves its Millefoglie (layered pastry cake) with Nutella, salted caramel and vanilla bean ice-cream.

Crepes


Les Bubbles

Has there ever been a more perfect pairing for Nutella than with crepes? Any crepe stall will have Nutella on the menu as a staple, but if you need to hunt down crepes, try the following places: Les Bubbles, Miss Claude’s and Nominom.

Waffles

It seems Nutella and waffles are another perfect match. Denim Co in South Bank pairs its waffles with caramel popcorn and ice-cream, Fiame do a Nutella waffles for weekend brunch, and Whisky Business even serves them for dinner with maple syrup, Nutella, ice-cream and strawberries.

Other Nutella desserts


Zeus Street Greek

Looking for something a little different? Harajuku Gyoza serve a Nutella and banana gyoza with ice-cream, Zeus Street Greek in South Bank pairs its honeypuffs with honey, Nutella and walnuts, and The Bagel Boys will spread any bagel with a thick slather of Nutella (we recommend it with a choc chip bagel).

  We know you want to keep all the Nutella to yourself but trust us, it's more fun shared.

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