Sydney-born dessert and social media phenomenon Tella Balls Dessert Bar has finally opened up one of its deliciously sugary stores in Melbourne. The newly launched dessert bar, which is located at Melbourne Central, follows the successful launch of the brand in QLD last year, bringing more than just Sydneysiders a menu that’s chock full of over-the-top Nutella-filled desserts including the original Tella Ball doughnut (the one that once sat atop a milkshake and caused international headlines), doughnut sliders, doughnut fries, doughnut cones, dessert lasagne (layers of mousse and fresh cream on a chocolate biscuit base with lashings of Nutella served with vanilla bean gelato), dessert kebabs, and pancakes. ... Read More | Share it now!
After a huge year of growth for Tella Balls Dessert Bar, which first made international headlines with their doughnut-topped milkshakes before opening in both Sydney’s Dulwich Hill and Concord, the self-proclaimed “King of Desserts” has finally gone interstate. Co-owners Aki Daikos and Simon Kappatos have now opened up a 54-seater cafe at the sun-soaked Surfers Paradise, bringing their array of insta-ready nutella-filled desserts to the locals and hordes of tourists who regularly descend on the Gold Coast.... Read More | Share it now!
Remember the milkshakes topped with Nutella-filled doughnuts that were strewn across the Internet (particularly Instagram)? Well it’s time to get Insta ready again this Long Weekend as Concord’s Tella Balls Dessert Bar has launched a new dessert menu timed nicely for Easter.... Read More | Share it now!
Tella Balls Dessert Bar – the geniuses behind the world-famous Tella Balls (doughnuts filled with Nutella), the Tellabab (dessert kebab), dessert lasagne, Pastatella, house-made pancakes, crepes and waffles, which are all of course served with lots of Nutella are celebrating their 1st birthday this weekend; and they’re giving gifts out to you.... Read More | Share it now!
And to think this growing empire built on sugar and sweets started when one man decided to put a doughnut on top of a milkshake and send it out via Instagram. Aki Daikos, co-owner of the flagship Tella Balls Dessert Bar in Sydney’s Dulwich Hill, who along with business partner Simon Kappatos, has watched his dessert-focused business rapidly expand since opening earlier this year, greeting hundreds upon hundreds of hungry gluttons into a world of spherical doughnuts and chocolate kebabs all powered by the sugary fuel the world knows as Nutella. It has become so popular that Daikos and Kappatos are starting to realise their franchising plans for the brand, expanding to include a second store at the Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park, and a planned third store in Concord.... Read More | Share it now!
Tella Balls Dessert Bar in Dulwich Hill has been steady pumping out those indulgent desserts for a few months now, and since opening they have sourced inspiration from dessert trends around the world to keep that menu flowing. Their latest addition to the assortment of things that you’re dietitian wouldn’t approve of are nutella-centered kebabs, dubbed Tellababs, that are pretty much exactly as they sound.... Read More | Share it now!