Sweet Tooth - Hongkong
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This super-packed dessert joint is café-themed, complete with fake fire on the walls and funky décor. The sumptuous desserts are decadent, indulgent, and calorie-intensive but so worth it!
Expect to wait here! It’s a bit off the beaten track, but that’s part of its charm. You will not find other tourists here, although the staffs speak perfect English. Tables are super tightly packed together; expect to share a table if you’re seated along the walls at the larger tables. The décor is light and relaxed, with inspirational photos and posters, bookshelves, and a fake fireplace along the left hand side as you enter. Take some time with the menu here; it’s worth it to explore and branch out a bit!
Favourite dishes include waffles of all sort and size, which come crispy, hot, and artfully presented with such toppings as ice cream, berries and other fruit, nuts, syrup, and all sorts of sauces. Cakes and tiramisu are other favourites, and everyone orders some sort of frozen sweet coffee dessert drink to go along with it!
Expect to spend about $45 each for dessert. Bon Appetit!
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