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Le Yeahllow

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  1. Sliced open mandarin layer cake.
    Photograph: Supplied / Le Yeahllow
  2. Surrealist mandarin cake.
    Photograph: Supplied / Le Yeahllow
  3. Round pink cake with artistic garnish.
    Photograph: Supplied / Le Yeahllow
  4. Christmas cherry layer cake.
    Photograph: Supplied / Le Yeahllow
  5. Chestnut and blackcurrant yule log.
    Photograph: Supplied / Le Yeahllow
  6. Brightly lit cake shop with display cabinets full of desserts.
    Photograph: Supplied / Le Yeahllow
  7. Brightly lit cake shop with people sitting at tables.
    Photograph: Supplied / Le Yeahllow

Time Out says

A whimsical surrealist dessert store has just sprung up on Little Collins Street

Are you a fan of art that you can eat? Then you'll want to make your way to Le Yeahllow, a brand new cake store on Little Collins Street specialising in surrealist desserts that look just as incredible as they taste.

Just in time for the festive season, the once exclusively online retailer has unveiled an exciting Christmas collection – now available at its new flagship CBD location along with other cult favourite treats. Need something to finish on a sweet note after your Christmas ham or turkey? Check out this stunning chestnut blackcurrant Yule log or the Christmas cherry cake in Le Yeahllow's annual Christmas gift guide.

Co-founder Samsky Yeung earned his hospitality stripes in venues like Flower Drum and White Mojo before turning his eye to edible art desserts. Bright aesthetic colours, whimsical designs and crowd-pleasing flavour combinations lend each unique creation the wow factor, making Le Yeahllow your perfect one-stop shop for birthday cake ideas and celebration desserts that impress.

Take the delicate le mandarin, for example, which looks just like the fruit itself but is instead a silken stack of dark Valrhona chocolate mousse, jammy mandarin marmalade, flourless sponge and ginger puree. Another fan favourite is the velvety love cake, which is infused with luxurious flavours of lychee, rose and Champagne, and comes in an eye-catching ruby red or pink. What a sweet way to say "I love you!"

Step in to explore the ultra-chic space and select a cake to take home with you, or enjoy a slice inside. The shop seats 20 and has been designed with curved lines and pastel hues to mirror its enchanting desserts. You can also grab a coffee and chocolate products from Valrhona to go.

The shop has next-day delivery options for orders placed before 11pm, and you can opt for either convenient store pick-up or delivery. To feast your eyes on Le Yeahllow's full range of cakes, visit the website.

Looking for more festive dessert inspiration? Here's our guide to Melbourne's tastiest Christmas desserts you can order for delivery or takeaway.  And here's our round-up of the best patisseries in Melbourne.

Lauren Dinse
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Lauren Dinse


366 Little Collins Street
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Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 7am-6:30pm; Sat-Sun 9:30am-630pm
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