Brûlée

Brûlée

They have been opened for eons but finally only here after so many years; not really much of a Tiramisu person — I am the sort of person who would usually prefer a Cheesecake/Carrot Cake any day.

That being said, I actually found myself appreciating the Tiramisu here and it was a really good one. Despite not being the most classic flavour available, I enjoyed the light and smooth cream cheese, fluffy, coffee-soaked sponge and the thick, crackling torched sugar layer that is executed even way better than some Creme Brûlée attempts out there. The cake was suprisingly balanced in booziness — one could taste a tinge of it and it seems to be stronger around the ends, but it is never overbearing that it completely covers all the other flavours of the cake. A place that Tiramisu lovers should check out especially with their rather ideal execution of their Tiramisu and their small range of rather unconventional flavours available