This is what we ate for dessert after lunch at Uncle Cheffy. Yes it’s as good as it looks.
The presentation was lovely. The crêpe was topped with La Creperie’s homemade chocolate sauce and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
The crêpe was very rich but surprisingly not too sweet. The brownie was chewy on the outside and soft and fudgy on the inside. It tasted more like a chocolate lava cake wrapped with a crêpe. It was simple, decadent and oh so delicious.
double chocolate fudge brownie crêpe P225
They carried TWG tea which came from Singapore. The waiter recommended the Silver Moon tea and brought the huge tin of loose leaf tea for us to smell. It smelled really fruity.
TWG’s website describes the tea as “A TWG blend of green teas is accented with a grand berry and vanilla bouquet, suave, with just a hint of spice. A tea for that special moment.”
Even though the tea was made with a green tea base I found it very light. I’m used to a stronger brew of green tea like those served in Japanese restaurants. But it was good together with the sinfully rich crêpe.
Silver Moon tea, small pot P145
Based on how good the dessert crêpe was I can’t wait to go back to try their savory crêpes as well as other sweet crepes specifically the salted caramel crepe
2/L Eastwood Mall Veranda
E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave.
Quezon City, Metro Manila