The muffin was intended to be a banana chocolate chip, but our first bites were inexplicably fishy. This was even confirmed by everyone else in our party that something was very off about it.
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This is an obvious attempt to make something look vaguely space-themed. The watermelon had a weird, minty taste. The other fruits were not sweet, but we wouldn’t expect them to be in March.
This was actually not bad! It’s a bit dry, but tastes just like a peanut butter cookie. It even has the fork pressed into it like a traditional peanut butter cookie would.
Sweet Ube Cream
The ube cream was quite delicious and one of the best things at the dessert buffet, for sure. The dragonfruit alongside it was excellent and fairly fresh as well.
Ice Cream Mochi
The mochi was good but typical for strawberry ice-cream mochi — nothing to write home about.
The blackberry ice was the highlight of this buffet.
Salted Caramel-Chocolate Cake
This is a brownie with salted caramel and dollops of a not-very-sweet mascarpone whipped cheesecake. The brownie was fine, but combined with the salted caramel, it’s quite good. The mascarpone dollops don’t add much, and they sprinkle this green topping over everything and pretend that makes it space-like.
Cream of Jogan
Jogan-fruit mousse with chocolate rocks
This was another presentation of a berry mousse, this time on a chocolate cookie with a dollop of a bland whipped cream. The little red things are freeze-dried raspberry pieces. We didn’t care much for this.
Blue and Green Milk on Tap
While many of these were pleasant and were fine to see repeats of, there was very little here standing out as must-eat again. Our favorites were the blackberry ice and the sweet ube cream, which we only saw here, making it worth a stop in nonetheless. It’s hard to object to anything here, so why not grab a treat or two before you turn in for the night?
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