Last Saturday I left my hermit blogging cave – I came out and met so many wonderful food bloggers that share the same love for blogging and food. 3 of us decided to try out St Louis and once we walked it, it felt like I was with 2 other me. We literally bounced around the place, checking out the decor and staring intently at the tantalising ice-cream flavours. It took us half an hour to finally peel our eyes away from the menu and decide what to get.
The guilty pleasure on The Little Cookbook’s eyes as her popcorn sundae was set down = hilarious. It was great she didn’t mind as we pulled and moved her dish around taking photos (a perk eating with food bloggers, they’re so understanding). Boy this was actually my favourite dish – a giant scoop of icecream with honey and salted popcorn sprinkled on top and oozy chocolate sauce at the bottom. I could smell the buttery popcorn when it was only just in front of me. The hint of salt from the popcorn cutting through the silky vanilla flavour was delicious, a bit like the tamer version of salted caramel
The warm fluffy waffle came with crunchy honey roasted peanuts and peanut butter smeared in. Crispy sugary cubes were mixed with the waffle batter giving it an extra crunch to each bite. I love my waffles crispy on the outside so it wasn’t a super hit for me but it was still a nice waffle.
Choc Peanut Butter Waffle ($12.90)
The Smiling Foodie choose this dish and he really enjoyed it. Having a taste, all sorts of yum could be found in the pancake-like soft crepe with nutella and tangy strawberries.
Crepe with Nutella, Strawberries and Vanilla Ice-cream
I’m enjoying the lovely new addition to Adelaide’s growing dessert scene. A great venue with pretty desserts – a bit average but I would give this place another spin