Half expecting that they would have at least a table or two and 2 chairs or 3, we were disappointed to see a narrow outlet which had their air con on full blast (to presumably keep the desserts cold). Walk in to the display of desserts and you forgive everything.
With all the desserts you see on Masterchef, every item seems very complicated with different components and if I had my way (or my wallet had its way), I would have tried everything.
Despite being as sensible as possible, we still bought half a dozen of macarons and two desserts before hopping away happily.
Despite the hype surrounding these babies, there were good but not exactly mind blowing. Maybe its because I was never into them or never ate them enough to like them. The flavours were all out of this world from chocolate chili, lime mojito, cola, lychee and etc.
His individual desserts were more like our cup of tea. With funky names, so funky I can't seem to remember whether it was "nuts about something" or "crazy peanuts" (but I am pretty sure there was a nut or peanut in the name), we were drooling. the far left had 4 components with different textures and flavours, from chocolate, peanut butter and mango, this was awesome. The sphere was a choux pastry with bubble tea cream and was equally crazy in the mouth.
If this was near my house, we would be eating desserts every other night so long as they keep changing the menu.
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