Sabor Dessert Bar [menu]
2342 Broke Rd, Pokolbin NSW 2320
Sabor Dessert Bar is situated in the heart of the Hunter Valley and is close to all the best wineries.
We picked some desserts so share among ourselves. It’s also really great that Sabor Dessert Bar offers a ton of gluten free and vegan options so there is something for everyone.
We ended up getting: [right to left]
Medley Tasting Plate $27.50
Crunchy Chocolate Slice, Salted Caramel Mousse with Sticky Date Pudding, Dark & White salted burnt caramel Portuguese Mousse, Chocolate and raspberry dome tart and a Black Forest scheibe
Russian Velvet Dome $15 [V]
On a base of dark chocolate and coconut coated rice puffs and a red velvet biscuit is a Russian domed peach mousse with a strawberry compote centre, all sprayed with a red velvet finish
Red Berry Web $14.50 [GF]
Starts with a gluten free chocolate coconut rice puff base and a light almond meal jaconde sponge, topped with a layer of red berry jelly and a white chocolate vanilla mousse and glazed over with a red & white glaze
Cripsy Green Apple Royale $16
The top half is a green apple mousse with a toffee centre and lemon chiffon sponge disc covered with Sabor’s shiny green apple glaze, set on top of a chocolate tart shell layered with marshmallow rice puffs, green apple mousseline and blueberry crumble
Lychee & Summer Berry Cheesecake $16 [GF]
A lychee & raspberry centre set upon a GF vanilla sponge buried in a summer berry Cheesecake, encased with a raspberry glitter glaze and topped with berries and chocolate garnishes
The views of this place are also oh so gorgeous. The Hunter Valley is so scenic and really relaxing.
The tasting plates were my highlight and the dessert I chose to share with a friend. Tasting plates are great because you have a little taster of some amazing desserts. The mini crispy green apple royale was the one I was most excited to try. It is beautiful and tastes really light and airy.
All the desserts were delicious and you can even pair the desserts with some dessert wine. I definitely am going to incorporate moscato into my dessert eating at home haha.
The Russian velvet dome was probably my least favourite. It was a bit sour and just wasn’t for my palette. I did enjoy the flavours of the other desserts. I am a big fan of mousse and cheesecakes.
Overall, I definitely would recommend sharing or getting a tasting plate if you’re unsure. The desserts look all so good.
Lastly, did I mention the beautiful views of this dessert bar? This was a lovely place and a must-see and eat in the Hunter Valley.