Truffle croissant


There’s nothing we love more than travelling the world and trying out new dishes – and these 4 dishes below are the newest additions to our to-try list. Fingers crossed we’ll get to savour them soon!


The Harvest from Spot Dessert Bar in NYC


While this dessert may look like a freshly potted plant, it’s actually layers of berries, soft cheesecake, dark brown cocoa cookie crumble, meringue kisses, raspberry sorbet and black rose milk tea. The server brings the dessert to the table and turns the pot upside down to gently empty it on a plate – and thank god for that, as it makes it psychologically easier to devour!


Truffle Croissant from TextBook Patisserie in Sydney

If you’ve been following us for a little while, then you will most definitely have noticed how obsessed we are with truffle. Needless to say, we’re dying to try this baby out, which is filled with black truffle custard and freshly shaved truffle.


Crème Brulée donut from Doughnut plant in NYC

Heavy dose of vanilla custard filling? Check. Caramelised crunchy sugar glazing? Check. Super Soft dough? Check. We need to try this asap.


Milles Feuilles Éclair from L’éclair de Genie in Paris

We love éclairs and we love milles feuilles so we can’t imagine why this match made in heaven wouldn’t work. Made with frangipane vanilla from Madagascar, this flaky éclair looks delicious, but there’s only one way to find out isn’t there. Paris: here we come.


Raindrop Cake in NYC (but can also be ordered across The USA)

Ever wanted to taste a water cake? According to its website, “The Raindrop Cake is a jelly cake that’s extremely light and refreshing, and won’t fill you up. (It’s also vegan and gluten-free!) The cake itself has a unique texture and very subtle taste; the flavor comes from the accompaniments provided—roasted soybean powder and a dark sugar cane syrup.” We’re definitely intrigued.

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