Brunch at Think Sweet

Think Sweet has been a pastry shop for years, and I'm sure you've passed by and looked at the beautiful creations in the window. But now Sonia, the owner has widened the concept and we are REALLY happy she did! We checked out their brunch that they are serving every day (yay!) except for Sundays (at the moment), and it is really is worth trying. The menu is long and has a lot of options, and that makes it really difficult to make a decision..! 

We tried lots of different things and it was all SO good. And the dishes are beautifully decorated and colourful, I didn't want to dig in to ruin it..! They make almost everything themselves and it is all locally sourced. 

Sonia got her inspiration in Australia when she was living there for a year. And we know Australians are brunch wizards! There are cool things on the brunch menu that are difficult to find anywhere else in the city. There are plenty of savoury and sweet items, and if the menu is not sufficient have a look at the counter that is filled with beautiful cupcakes, cookies, tarts and anything you might wish for when it comes to sweets. There is also a take-away section if you need to grab an office lunch, with wraps, salads, juices and such. 

We tried the Eggs Benedict of course, considering it's the brunch dish extraordinaire..! It was delicious, as expected. And so beautifully decorated! I was really interested in the Japanese cheesecake too, it is heated just a little bit and it becomes all wobbly and cute, and it was so tasty..! Not as sweet as the usual cheesecakes, and more spongey. Oh and the chicken waffles! So good!

Vegetarian burger at Think Sweet

Vegetarian burger at Think Sweet

If you are vegan or vegetarian there are great choices too. We had a tasty vegetarian tofu burger and a beautiful açai bowl. And do check out the smoothies!

Think Sweet serves their brunch from 10-16h Monday to Saturday, but they're open all day for breakfast, lunch or an afternoon snack. And they have a terrace too!

Address: Rambla de Catalunya 124 (entrance from Còrsega)

*This is a sponsored post, however my opinion is 100% my own!