From Hong Kong comes the idea for the bubble waffle items and there are nine flavours that are quite local and current. The wrap waffles are filled with ice cream and then lots of sweet madness. The Toffee Apple one is stuffed with double caramel ice cream, tumbling with sweet praline nuts but also slightly sour crisp apple chunks. They’re all almost designed for Instagram and the Rainbow Nation bubble waffle is exactly that – a buzz of wild colours and chocolate.
Try the sweet tacos that come loaded with toppings, ice cream and drizzles. The banana split taco takes you back, with vanilla ice cream, banana, chocolate drizzle, nuts, cream and cherries. The caramello has caramel ice cream.
The churro bites are small and come served with ice cream. The giant churros come with a caramel or chocolate dipping sauce. There are even filled churros, oozing with chocolate custard or white chocolate.
The desserts are intended to keep changing in order to remain exciting.
There are lots of good shakes, including a black and tan freeze of choc and caramel swirls. Then there are waters in lovely bottles with labels designed by local artists. The coffee is very good. It’s Terbedore and you can also buy the blend here.
Carla Fitton is the owner and the staff are happy and even funny.
Packaging is rather neat. The tiny, countered shop has cute baby blue and honey colours with little milking stools.
When you feel the irresistible urge for sweetnesss.
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