Five of the best dough­nuts

Here are five of the tasti­est dough­nuts Auck­land has to of­fer.

Central Leader - - LIFESTYLE & LEISURE -

A new­bie to the Mt Eden scene is Olly. They do dough­nuts and cof­fee, and they do them well.

They serve up ev­ery flavour you can hope for, in­clud­ing the clas­sics, and take the ca­sual din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence up a notch as the cafe dou­bles as a gallery too.

Lit­tle and Fri­day

Lit­tle and Fri­day have long had a strong­hold on Auck­land’s dough­nut game, and de­servedly so.

Though there are all sorts of crazy flavour com­bi­na­tions which are on-trend then fiz­zle out, Lit­tle and Fri­day do the best clas­sic rasp­berry jam and cream dough­nut in the city.

Fox­trot Par­lour

Nes­tled away in Pon­sonby Cen­tral, Fox­trot Par­lour has an ex­ten­sive menu and an ar­ray of sweet treats and cabi­net food to set your heart aflut­ter.

But no meal there would be com­plete with­out one of their in­jectable dough­nuts. Don’t let the big sil­ver sur­gi­cal-look­ing sy­ringe scare you.

Al’s Deli

‘Al’ knows what he is do­ing. The dough­nuts at Al’s Deli are light, crispy and chewy all at once. Sy­ringes filled with caramel, choco­late or rasp­berry sit idly by - just wait­ing to in­ject all that good­ness into the mid­dle of a dough­nut. If you’re not sold yet, let me leave you with two fi­nal words: they de­liver.

Miss Moon­shines

If you have amas­sive sweet tooth like I do, Miss Moon­shine’s Or­leansstyle dough­nuts are hard to beat.

Three warm, heav­enly morsels are dusted with chunks of hon­ey­comb, cin­na­mon cream, and come with a jug of salted caramel for you to driz­zle over as you please.

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