After its failed predecessor, Dean and DeLuca makes a well-deserved comeback with its brunch fare, viennoiserie and the Hokkaido Purple Yam Cheesecake.
If you’re seeking for a dangerous thrill in NYC, L’Express is an innocent-looking yet regular spot for interesting characters.
Meet Patisserie Fouet: NYC’s hottest dessert spot
Despite the new Dominique Ansel Workshop, I found my feet inside the Spring Street outpost, not for its cult favorite cronuts, but for my usual cup of hot chocolate.
Heaven came in the form of all flavors of tiramisu.
Jin Yu Man Tang serves the most balanced and healthiest dessert ever: ginger milk pudding.
Panquecas is a new, Muslim-owned crepe spot serving with local crepe flavors like Apam Balik and Kopi-O.
The Courtyard offers free-flowing savory treats, scones, coffee, and TWG drinks! This is by far the best value afternoon tea in Singapore.
I’ve found my favorite dessert place in Singapore. This is where you can get the Mont Blanc tart that’s sweeping Japan right now.
You’ll find that despite less-than-stellar reviews on Google Maps, people keep returning. It’s because there’s something about this Parisienne cafe you can’t quite figure out. And I don’t think it’s the L’African hot chocolate.
There’s something satisfying about bakeries — they never break your budget yet they delight your day.
This is what Kreams are made of.
How do you like your scones: Cornish or Devon way?
More crepes. My craving for sweet and buttery crepes continues.
At Flushings in Queens, you can eat black bean pudding, roast duck, and eat the softest dumplings for below 30 bucks.
This one’s for East Village.
New York’s Lady M cake is now in Hong Kong
Mango. Mango. Mango. These desserts will color your summer yellow!
Imagine your mom baking cookies. You steal a bite of that unbaked dough before your mom slaps your hand silly.