I love this Nutella tart. There is a generous amount of Nutella on top of its dark chocolate cookie crust. The crunchy tart with soft Nutella is one delicious combination.
This praline has rich chocolatey flavours. It is filled with chocolate custard inside and coated with chocolate outside. Topped with a nut topping. It is a bit on the sweet side but in a nice way.
This tiramisu is awfully good. It comes in a glass container with sealed plastic lid. Once its lid is removed, you can see its creaminess with cocoa flakes on top. A spoonful reveals its rich texture and a tint of liquor in its taste. This is probably one of the better tiramisu in town.
Salted Butterscotch Brownie
This salted butterscotch brownie has a rich, full-bodied taste. It has a nice chewy texture. The butterscotch and sea salt gives this a salty-sweet finishing. Nice!
White Chocolate Butterscotch Block
The white chocolate butterscotch block is yummy! There is a distinctive salted caramel taste and blends in really well.
Chocolate Peanut Butter
This chocolate peanut butter cake has a nutty flavour. Rich tastes of peanut butter with moist chocolate sponge cake. Pretty nice.
Flourless Chocolate Cake
This is a gluten free cake that has a crispy crust outside, moist and dense inside. Nice chocolatey tastes.
Chocolate Mille Crepe
This is made from 20 layers of dark chocolate crepes with layers of dark chocolate cream in between. It has a nice chocolatey taste and a nice moist layered texture. Quite likeable.
This creme brulee has nice sweet flavours. Creamy inside with a crispy burnt caramalised sweet top. Lovely.
Super Stacked Chocolate Cake
The super stacked chocolate cake is kind of disappointing. The chocolate taste isn’t rich enough and tastes kind of bland. There are better choices here.
The Hei dark chocolate ice cream is lovely. Rich in chocolate taste and it isn’t too sweet. I like it!
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