Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Beyond a Tiramisu..

How to go beyond a 'Tiramisu'? A good chef will challenge himself by asking the same question over and over again. I'm not really sure how it can be done, but this would be an interesting way to go beyond the usual 'Tiramisu'.

'Pandan Tiramisu'
I wouldn't consider this as a 'Tiramisu', in fact the appearance reminds me of
the 'Thai dessert','Ta Ko', and the local specialty,'Chendol'. The overall taste
would be a bit too sweet for me, since it's mainly made out of 'Coconut', 'Pandan'
and 'Chocolate'. The top and the bottom layers are pretty spongy, but as you dig
deeper into the 'Tiramisu', you will be getting these crunchy bits in the middle,
which tries to add a bitter taste to neutralise the overall sweet taste. However,
the overpowering sweet taste of the dessert isn't something that can be covered
so easily. :P

'Dark Cherry Tiramisu'
This reminds me of a typical 'Tiramisu' as compared to the 'Pandan Tiramisu'.
The rectangular shape and the use of colours/ingredients made it pretty much the
same as the typical 'Tiramisu'. Taste wise, besides for the indulging taste of a
typical 'Tiramisu', they have also added the fruity sweet taste of cherries. :)
However, it has the similar problem as the 'Pandan Tiramisu'. Though the overall
dining experience is pretty good, but the 'Tiramisu' are a bit too sweet for me. :P

By the way, they are coming up with a new formula for a new 'Tiramisu', which is
full of 'Caramel'... :P

So where can you give the 'Tiramisu' a good try?
The name of this cafe would be "L'Atelier Tiramisu".
It's located on Basement 1 of 'The Central',
which is also located above 'Clarke Quay' MRT Station.

  • Operating Hours:
    Mondays - Fridays: 12:00 - 21:30
    Saturdays: 13:00 - 20:00
    Sundays: 13:00 - 19:00
* Click here to find out more about "L'Atelier Tiramisu".
^ Click here for the 'Facebook' page of "L'Atelier Tiramisu".

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