When we walked in I felt it smelled like a sushi restaurant. Well I can't complain there, I love sushi. From the looks of the place, it seemed like a big restaurant but it a big part of the place was cut off. I wonder what's on the other side?
Their menu is self explanatory, cakes, homemade gelato, cookies, a small selection of appetizers like fries and dumplings, and a drinks menu, with milkshakes, tea and coffees. Michael and I chose to have the iced mocha ($3.96). The iced mocha was thicker then I thought would be and was rather too sweet. Michael thought his mocha wasn't sweet and liked the thick texture.
For dessert, Michael got his favourite, the Tiramisu ($5.26) served in a glass. It looked like a coffee. He thought it was creamy and enjoyed the hard crust layer at the bottom and the biscuit on top. He also liked the coffee powder sprinkled on top. I had a taste, but Tiramisu isn't my favourite dessert. Michael thought his Tiramisu tasted really good and would give it a sold 8.5 out of 10. I feel like I've had better Tiramisu before. Sharon also agreed with me, there was a little too much cream and not enough biscuits in there.
As for myself, Sharon and I decided to share something together. We were uncertain what we wanted and took awhile to decide. Finally we decided to get the Green Tea Chiffon Cake ($5.26). From my previous experience with a Green Tea Chiffon Cake at Berry Good, where I thought the chiffon cake was too heavy. I thought the same order here was moist and had a good strong green tea taste. The cream was light and balanced out with the moist cake itself.
|Green Tea Chiffon Cake|
Sharon thought the cake's cream had a good green tea taste. There was also red bean in the middle, but she wasn't sure if that was a good pairing for two. We had a fun night bonding with each other tonight and Michael thought the prices are pretty good for what they serve. But all three of us agree it's not a must return location.
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