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Melbourne’s best birthday cake delivery

Whether you’re sending to a special someone or gifting to yourself, these cake deliveries hit the sweet spot every time.

Mille & B Strawberry shortcake

Mille & B is a super sweet Japanese patisserie delivering out of Carlton. This strawberry shortcake is a light and fluffy sponge, layered with whipped cream and juicy fresh strawberries. Deliveries are made daily, and you can add on a ‘Happy Birthday’ topper or personalised gift card to all of their cakes.

A layer cake with fruit and cream

Strawberry shortcake

Sweetie & Moustache Japanese fusion crepe cakes

Bring the sweet life home when you order from Sweetie & Moustache. Their paper thin crepes are layered with fillings like oreo crumble, peanut butter and durian mousse. Order on Uber Eats, or call in a custom order. Like this hybrid crepe cake that combines 12 different decadent flavours.

Pierrick Boyer’s luxury creations

Usually you can find Pierrick Boyer’s Reverie cafe in the ELLA precinct, but for now home delivery is your key to flavourtown. Whole cakes include passionfruit brownie, creamy neapolitan cheesecake and a jumbo vegan bounty. And you can add a birthday message on top. Can’t decide? Try the petit fours sampler, featuring nine generous single serves of PB’s personal best. Deliveries are available to the CBD, Prahran and Doncaster areas.

A fancy cake with a chocolate twirl on top

PB’s hazelnut praline cake

Mörk’s twice baked chocolate cake

Decadent, rich and meticulously taste tested. Mörk’s twice baked chocolate cake is a fudgy dream on the inside, with a softly powdered cocoa layer on the outside. It’s flourless too, if that’s a must-have on your cake checklist. Pair with a 6-pack of Swedish cinnamon buns for a very special feast.

Iconic celebration cakes from Brunetti

Melbourne’s little Italy wouldn’t be the same without Brunetti. Most of us have stopped in for a special occasion, from birthdays and christenings to first dates and farewells. Recreate the magic of a Brunetti celebration with one of the 10 gorgeous cakes they have available on Uber Eats. Rich black forest, Nutella loaded vanilla choc chip sponge and classic New York cheesecake are a few great picks to start. Or go all out with the ‘Rocher’, a milk chocolate mousse cake with a hazelnut cremeaux centre.

A chocolate cake

The chocolate mousse cake

Kinfolk’s whole basque cheesecake

Made with pure cream from local St David’s Dairy, the basque cheesecake from Kinfolk is another dreamy cake option. Cut through the basque’s signature toasted outer layer to reveal a velvety smooth cheesecake like no other. Comes in half or whole options.

iCake bubble tea sponge

Neighboring Mille & B in Carlton’s Bouverie Street, iCake make some of the most Instagrammable cakes we’ve ever seen. A quick scan of their socials reveals quirky Line Friends themed cakes beside refined French-style roulades. We can’t go past the bubble tea sponge cake though. From the milk tea mousse to the boba tea centre (there’s literally a whole cup inside), get ready to go wild over this chiffon masterpiece.

Grossi’s celebration sized tiramisu

Go for a classic treat with the Grossi family recipe tiramisu. Using sambuca instead of brandy, and Pavesini biscuits instead of ladyfingers, it’s a nod to this dessert’s Veneto origins. Pair with a bottle of wine from the extensive Grossi a Casa range. Available for pick up or delivery (within a 20km radius of the CBD), Monday to Saturday.

A large tiramisu on a plate with bowls of tiramisu around it

Grossi a Casa Tiramisu

Metropolitan Melbourne is now in Stage 4 restrictions. Please note businesses may close or run out of stock at short notice: check with individual businesses. Make sure that you live within 5kms of the business before ordering for takeaway or click and collect. Observe the curfew from 8pm to 5am, and other restrictions. Please, be smart, be safe and follow directions from the Victorian Government.