Hole lot of dough­nut deca­dence

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Food - with Belinda Cipri­ano

HOMER Simp­son could not have said it bet­ter if he tried; “mmm donuts” is ex­actly how I feel ev­ery time I get my mitts on one these doughy balled sweet treats.

So imag­ine my de­light when I stum­bled in and out of MOP (made on premise) (drunken) Donuts in Leed­erville.

Dough­nuts spiked with your favourite liqueur in flavours in­clud­ing Li­mon­cello Lime Brulee, Frangelico Lime, Straw­berry Prosecco and of course my favourite Espresso Mar­tini give you a nice kick and so de­li­cious.

Also on the menu are their donut burg­ers, made with brioche donuts.

While I was tempted to try the savoury morsel, I opted to stay sweet and come back another time.

My col­league how­ever all dived into the Cheese­burger, which was filled with a black An­gus patty, jersey jack ched­dar and a spe­cial MOP sauce.

De­scrib­ing it as not too sweet, the patty was juicy, the cheese per­fectly melted and the whole thing was melt in your mouth good.

Want to get your Elvis on?

I’ve heard the South­ern Style Chicken is the way to go.

South­ern style but­ter­milk fried chicken, white rum in­fused grilled pineap­ple, maple ba­con, Reese’s Peanut But­ter Cream Cheese, chilli jam and ice­berg let­tuce.

As for those feel­ing a lit­tle “freaky” get your freak shake on with the most in­sta­gram-wor­thy milk shakes but at $20 a pop you’d want to make sure you get the money shot.

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