I had my eye on their desserts and this tea time review begins with the Profiteroles.Because it is refrigerated prior to serving, expect them to be a little dry on the outside, or the top or outer layer. The Profiteroles has got those awesome puffs on top and the good thing for the rich filling inside those creampuffs, pop in the entire puff and chew it to balance the dry surface of the puff.
Beneath this one is superbly delicious. Not too sweet and great texture from a mix of cake and mousse with very delicious bitter sweet chocolate flavour so it doesn’t get relentless dulcified by the time you hit the bottom.Inside, there is some chocolate chunks so within the smooth mousse texture; there is the cake and some hard chunk of crunchiness from the chocolate pieces.
The Tiramisu is not something to brag about since it’s not fresh when served. I reckoned the freshness heavily depends on the popularity of that particular item as well.
Le sultana here is really pretty and the presentation definitely is overwhelming. I didn’t fancy the cream layers but the good chocolates in the ingredient is an admirable factor.
Speaking of chocolate, the Hokkaido Choco Soufflé( RM 4) is something lighter to satisfy the chocolate crave.
Try the Pavlova for those who cannot resist sweet desserts. And did you know? The Pavlova is actually named after a Russian ballet dancer. This one here definitely is graceful looking.
I recommend washing of some of that sweetness with some coffee or tea. My pick is of course the Jasmine Green tea.