Fully loaded Buttermilk Waffles at The Red Fork
If you’re looking for waffles in the city, your search ends here. Born out of love for butter, passion and ambition The Red Fork’s signature Buttermilk Waffles remind us of the simple pleasures in life. Extra-light and crispy waffles served with melted butter, maple syrup and vanilla ice-cream. Try their Fully Loaded version with toppings of wine poached fruits, marshmallows and fudge, berry compote, baby meringues and much more. I wonder if they’d give us the recipe?
Raspberry Delice at Yauatcha (reserve now)
Graham Hornigold, the legendary pastry chef at the Michelin-starred dim sum teahouse at Yauatcha, London has given the city a perfect first date dessert. Filled with the lusciousness of deep chocolate mousse and raspberry, this dessert is served with a creamy ice-cream, topped with chocolate curls and a raspberry puree on the side. From plate to spoon, it is committed to spell out romance, order two spoons and share this delicious indulgence.
Peach and Yogurt Pannacotta at Fava (reserve now)
The Mediterranean bar and restaurant, makes an extra light panacotta with yogurt and cream, served with spice infused peaches, drizzled with sweet and sticky peach caramel sauce, topped with red grapes. The all-natural ingredients, make it fresh, fruity and absolutely delicious!
Tiramisu at Cafe Cassia, Cinnamon
Cafe Cassia, overlooking the Ulsoor Lake, serves a strictly traditional Italian Tiramisu, made with layers of rich cream, espresso, chocolate and booze! A bold, bitter sweet dessert that tastes best with coffee.
Honey Chocolate Ganache with Mustard Ice Cream at Grasshopper
Grasshopper, known for its quiet romance, is helmed by a chef who is dedicated to creating an unforgettable romantic experience that surrounds food. When talking about the dessert menu, Chef Himanshu Dimri says, “I never wanted chocolate on my menu!” But of course, us chocolate lovers, can be persistent. We absolutely approve of the rich decadent chocolate ganache with a refreshing bite from the mustard ice-cream. An interesting combination worth exploring.
The Japanese Cheesecake at BlueFrog (reserve now)
A favourite at the BlueFROG, the Japanese Cheesecake is subtle. Lighter than a traditional cheesecake with a delicate balance of cream cheese and meringue, it is baked to perfection, and served with a homemade apricot jam and topped with slow-cooked apple slaw. Enjoy the creamy, pillowy texture of the Japanese Cheesecake complimented with the sweet and tart flavours of the fruit.
Macarons at Amande Patisserie, UB City
Amandé Patisserie offers a selection of scrumptious French pastries and confectionery, and is definitely the go-to French pastry shop, especially for macarons. Finely ground almonds, egg whites and sugar are crafted into delectable macarons. Do not miss the signature collection here, perfect for afternoon tea, or elegant gifting. Available in Belgium Dark Chocolate, Hazelnut, Mocha, Raspberry and many more flavours.
Caramel Sponge Cake with Toffee Sauce at Mamagoto
Although, dessert selections are limited, leave some room for dessert. Moist and chunky the caramel sponge cake here is served with a deliciously warm toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream — something you definitely must not miss! Simple and delicious, it is the only dessert to order whilst you’re here.
Bergamot Lemon Tart at Leela Palace Bangalore
This delicious citrus tart is made with Bergamot lemons, brought together with a creamy well balanced lemon curd, in a crisp buttery tart. Topped with fresh forest berries like raspberries, strawberries, currants and blackberries and single origin white chocolate. We love how deliciously tart and fresh this deconstructed lemon dessert is!
Mango And Homemade Mascarpone Cake at The Cake Shop, Leela Palace
A divine combination, of mangoes and cream in layers of whipped cream, cream cheese, mango custard and sponge cake. A luscious cake, that any mango lover would definitely dive into.
For those of us who adore desserts, this guide to the most-loved desserts in the city is a good place to start. Did we miss your favourites?