Franky & Co in Campbelltown Mall sells doughnuts and cannoli as well as other sweets. They do coffee, but, umm, let’s not talk about that.
On this visit, I got a Passionfruit Doughnut.
It’s interesting how they present the doughnuts. They are jumbled together, not in any order, but in boxes – see photo. Another Franky & Co I saw recently (Maitland) had them organised in rows by flavour.
The doughnuts at Franky & Co are very similar to the doughnuts you get at your regular cafe, most of which are made by wholesalers Bob & Pete’s, AKA yum.com.au.
They are good, but not outstanding. There’s nothing different about them. As traditional doughnuts go, they are kind of perfect.
The dough was reasonable. Fresh and soft, not sweet, a good base for the icing.
The icing was also good. It was hard and stuck nicely to the dough. It could use a bit more of a passionfruit zing. It had the right amount of sweetness.
As I said, the doughnuts at Frank & Co are good without being amazing. If you get your doughnut there, you can be sure it will be fresh and satisfying.