Is this turning into a regular occurrence? Finding myself back at Eggless twice in a year after not being back for around 4 years is a nice twist. Catching up with the lovely Foodie Ling and Dbites found us at Eggless for dessert in March. Sorry this review will not be helpful for you guys since they change their desserts monthly but still do check out the pretty desserts in the pictures :)
We decided to get the tasting platter ($22) to share to try a bit of everything. The key lime and coconut syrup cake was subtlely refreshing from the lime which made the cake not too sweet. Pairing it with a scoop of lovely vanilla icecream (NOT icy) made me a happy girl :)
Key Lime and Coconut Syrup Cake
Layers and layers of crunchy puff pastry that was covered in a sticky, sweet butterscotch sauce. On first bite it was a bit rich but you get used to it after a while. Slices of soft banana and lovely nuttiness of toasted almonds was a nice combo.
Banana, Butterscotch and Butterpuff Tart
I really love Eggless’s panna cottas and I reckon they have one of the silkiest and smoothest panna cottas in Adelaide. However the peanut butter and caramel popcorn panna cotta was quite firm and more a jelly texture. In terms of taste I couldn’t taste much of the peanut butter but rather the sweet caramel from the burnt caramel sauce on top. Maybe I just got a dud one this time?
Peanut Butter and Caramel Popcorn Panna Cotta
I’ve had a few misses with Eggless’s tiramisu but this one was really nice. Soft layers of creamy milk chocolate cream that surrounded the chocolate and tia maria sponge that wasn’t soggy nor dry. Topped with crunchy coco pops and fresh slices of strawberries gave some texture and tartness to the dish.
Nicely played Eggless – I’ve done a 180 on you guys and have added you on my Adelaide Guide as a place to check out. Can’t wait to see what other things you have in store for us in the next month :)
P.S I got another fist bump!