Just like eating cottony clouds, Tarte by Cheryl Koh’s Pistachio Soufflé ($24) was a dreamy treat. Uber soft and airy, the Sicilian pistachio soufflé was so wonderfully nutty. As the flavour was so distinct, it didn’t taste all that eggy and there was a pleasant richness to it. Hence, the tart Tulameen raspberry sorbet served on the side, really helped cut through the nuttiness, refresh the palate, and offered a brilliant contrast to the warm dessert. Personally, I enjoy soufflés which are more well baked on the edges but their rendition was very exquisite. Pricey overall but a great spot for an indulgent tea-time.

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