Cake Cult is Geelong’s new late-night dessert haven 

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Cake Cult is Geelong’s new late-night dessert haven 

Words by Staff Writer

Who says cake is reserved for the daylight hours? Geelong's sugary revolution has arrived and it's called Cake Cult!

There’s a certain magic to the concept of indulging in cake late at night. Picture this: the city lights twinkling, a cool breeze in the air, and you find yourself seated in a comfortable nook, sipping coffee alongside a slice of decadent cake. Well, Geelong’s newest dessert bar, Cake Cult, has just made this sweet dream a reality.

Nestled on 101 Little Malop Street, Cake Cult is the oh-so-sweet brainchild of sisters Natasha and Jessie Kapustic.

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.

With a new venture that’s more decadent and delicious than ever, Cake Cult is not just a dessert bar; it’s a haven where dessert dreams come to life. A cosy and comfortable spot where friends gather, forks clink, and laughter flows like icing – because, let’s face it, life’s too short for boring desserts!

As you step inside, the eclectic mix of booth seating, dining tables and chairs, leather couches, vintage-style velour lounges, wooden floors, and dark accents immediately set the mood. Rows of warm ceiling lights create an intimate atmosphere, complemented by an illuminating ‘Cake Cult’ neon sign stealing the spotlight. It’s a visual feast before you even dive into the dessert menu, with Natasha the mastermind behind the decor choices and the stores clever name.

Bringing the option of late-night desserts back into the regional city, Cake Cult opens its doors for night-time cake and coffee enthusiasts from 6 pm to 11 pm every Thursday to Sunday.


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Now, let’s talk about the stars of the show – the cakes. Housemade by Natasha, a stalwart in the hospitality industry, These aren’t your run-of-the-mill desserts; they’re masterpieces crafted to be delightful without overwhelming sweetness, leaving you craving more with every bite.

The drool-worthy menu features a bunch of options, so far featuring the likes of Banoffee Pie, Carrot Walnut Cake, S’more Chocolate Pie, Biscoff Cheesecake, Lemon Meringue Pie, Scones with Jam and Cream (a classic!), Keylime Pie and double choc brownie, gifting double the chocolate and double the happiness.

There’s even vegan options with the Apple Cinnamon Cake and Oreo Donuts, as well as the Gluten-Free Chocolate Flourless Cake.

And perhaps our favourite part, there are also Cake Cult’s Dessert Tacos. It’s the fusion of your two loves – desserts and tacos – in a culinary rendezvous that’ll make your taste buds dance the salsa. Choose from the luscious Strawberry Cheesecake taco, where creamy meets fruity in a blissful union, or opt for the Apple Pie taco, a warm, spiced delight encased in a crunchy shell. And better still, you get to have three!!

And here’s the exciting teaser – cocktails will soon join the menu, adding a spirited touch to your late-night dessert experience.


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Whether you fancy a cosy dine-in affair or prefer a dessert to-go, Cake Cult has you covered. The options are as diverse as the desserts themselves, ensuring that every sweet tooth finds its perfect match.

So, if you find yourself wandering the streets of Geelong on a Thursday to Sunday night, make 101 Little Malop Street your destination. Keep up with the latest from Cake Cult here