If you put a doughnut from every country up against each other in a contest, would the Italian doughnut be the winner?

It’d be right up there.

I had some doughnuts from Maggio’s at Cammeray in Sydney’s lower north.

Maggio’s is an Italian bakery and cafe. There are a few Italian bakeries in Sydney, notably Mezzapica in Leichhardt and Pasticceria Papa in Haberfield. And you can get genuine Italian doughnuts from various cafes around the place, including Red Mango in North Sydney.

So, it’s heart-warming to see another bakery doing good Italian doughnuts.

I’ve had Maggio’s doughnuts before and reviewed them before, but it was a while ago. So it was time to give them another try.

Nothing much has changed – in a good way.

Still nice and dense and sweet and packed with filling.

I had a Vanilla Custard Doughnut and a Nutella Doughnut. Both were excellent, and were good examples of Italian doughnuts.

If you’ve never had an Italian doughnut before, do yourself a favour and give one a go.


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