There’s a new kid in town, Milkaholic! It has only been opened for a month and it is such a great place for catch ups with its lovely food, quirky atmosphere and it’s very own fire place. It wasn’t too loud as well so we could still have a conversation.
I’ve never tried sticky date pudding before but my friend said she loves it so much that even maccas sticky date pudding was good. I had to give it a go after that and I did not regret it one bit, yummmm. The bottom of the pudding was soaked in caramel and it went well with the sticky toasted marshmallow at the top. The delicious combination of rum and raisin ice-cream with the macadamia nuts made me feel like I was eating a very unique crunchy biscuits. The thick hot chocolate was really fluffy and the cup reminded me of Max Brenner’s hug mug, it felt so cute to drink it this way. Love!
Sticky date caramel pudding with torched marshmallows, rum and raisin ice cream ($10.50)
J got this dessert and said it was a 1:1 ratio of chocolate to peanut butter, when the perfect combination should be 2:1 (for everything). I’m new to this nutty world so I’ll have to take her word for it but we both still enjoyed it.
Peanut butter and chocolate rich fondant with Danish nougat ice cream ($10.50)
Mmmm this chocolate mousse cake was really good. When you get a spoonful the warm moose cake is covered in melted chocolate sauce. I will definitely need to get this when I venture back.
Chocolate mousse cake with caramel popcorn, chocolate sauce and ice-cream ($10.50)
Ha sorry for the chai creme caramel photo, it was already half eaten by the time I got a decent photo hence I didn’t upload it. I got too distracted in taking other photos and eating at the same time (fail at multitasking). I was pleasantly surprised as I did like this dessert while I don’t like chai tea.