After having lunch at 8 Cuts Burger Blends, we moved to the restaurant beside it for dessert. We’ve been fans of Dulcelin’s Mango Torte for some time. Now we wanted to try their other offerings.
Chino ordered the Banoffee Pie. He always orders banoffee pie whenever he sees it on the menu of a restaurant. He says this is the best he’s tasted. I agree. After putting together bananas, cream, an Oreo crust, chocolate ganache, dulce de leche and Nutella, how can you go wrong?
Trixi and I shared a slice of Callebaut Chocolate Ganache Cake. The serving was big enough to share. The chocolate cake, though very moist, was not too sweet. It was okay, but I’ve had better chocolate cakes elsewhere.
The winner was still their house specialty, the Mango Torte. It really is the best. I just wish, though, that they would let the slice thaw out a bit first before serving. It is served frozen but better eaten after it has thawed out a bit.
Dulcelin Gourmet Restaurant also serves lunch and dinner. Maybe next time, we can try their entrees too.