Sweet Tooth Delivery is based in Durham (Dragonville) and offers free delivery for orders placed within a 4 mile radius. Customers are also welcome to visit the shop itself to collect their orders. There are special offers for collection orders so I took advantage as I was passing.
On my visit, I was served by owner John-Paul Stonehouse himself. As a previous cafe manager in Sunderland he branched out, along with his partner Kayley to open Sweet Tooth in 2013.
Mr Tramp had the Mint Aero cheesecake wedge (£3) which was a rich slab of minty goodness. The lurid green colour was a bit in your face but that follows suit for most mint chocolate foods doesn’t it? Mr T is a sweet fiend and he could only manage ½ in one sitting. The perfect amount of mint and chocolate rolled in to a cheesecake and topped with a mint aero ball. What is there not to love about this?
As I collected, I got both pieces of cheesecake for £5. There are combo deals, cheesecake taster deals and collection only offers. Sweettooth accept cards for in-store purchases or you can order and pay online to collect later.
Not photographed were the blondies and brownies. Priced at £1.50 these were a super tasty supplement to a packed lunch and both were halved as they are generous in size for the price.
All the cakes are made on the premises and are fresh and tasty. The website has pictures of the choices and in store everything is on display to help you choose. To compliment the cheesecakes and brownies, there is a wide selection of full cakes, pies, sauces and fresh milk shakes.
Not only do they open 7 days a week and late at weekends, if you are not lucky enough to live in the Sweet Tooth Delivery area, you can find their magical goodies at the following markets in the area.
Durham Market Square (Saturdays 10am-4pm)
Tynemouth Market (Sundays 9.30am – 3pm)
Quayside Market (Sundays 9.30am – 3pm)
Sunderland (4th Friday of the month 9.30am – 3pm)