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Yogurt

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Roasted Pears from Pollen – Chamomile, ginger, granola, yogurt. The warm titular pears were resiliently crunchy and very juicy and moist, adaptively bearing the distinctive spiciness of the ginger cake which, by the way, would cling onto your tongue like an overzealous yet adorable koala. Elsewhere, the yogurt was like…

Gianduja Parfait from Karafuru Desserts – hazelnut soufflé, chocolate pudding, hazelnut and orange crisp, dark chocolate curd, candied orange, curaçao sauce. In contrast to the sketchy cultural appropriation of the Matchazuke, this parfait understands the orange/chocolate dynamic and plays up their chemistry well without unnecessary pandering. The orange elements fare considerably better…

Matchazuke from Karafuru Desserts – matcha soufflé, vanilla pudding, jasmine crème anglaise, mizu-yokan, dango, matcha langue de chat. The pound cake-esque matcha cake, intensely flavoured cat’s tongue (or long du shah if you’re all posh) and matcha sauce certainly put the matcha in this Matchazuke. However, the yogurt swirl (which…

Bliss from Yoğart – yogurt with choice of coco bianco sauce, biscuit crumbs and various fruits served with a wooden spoon. Essentially yogurt with that familiar woody taste of ice cream stick that you get during the ending moments of a bar of Paddle Pop or similar cheap ice cream….repeated twenty-five times…

Black Pearl – gianduia syrup, organic salt and chocoballs, with an added handcrafted macaron. A significantly less milky experience than I had with the Green Light flavour, to the extent that the heavy-handed combination of Nutella-esque sauce and Milo-esque balls and powder dominates the experience and virtually eliminates all traces…