We deserved good dessert after our disappointing lunch at Phan-Khom Contemporary Thai Cuisine.
We walked to the other side of the mall and saw several restaurants we could have eaten at instead. There were even several eat-all-you-can restaurants that offered international food or steaks or Japanese food. All were priced quite reasonably too.
I really, really, really wanted to eat those chocolate and orange crepes but I decided to look at all my options first. Chocolate and orange happens to be my favorite flavor!
After deep discussion we all agreed to try Bake A Wish’s cream puffs.
Bake A Wish
I eagerly took a big bite and it was more puff than substance. The pastry was light and crisp the way a good cream puff should be. The green tea custard was the right color and consistency but it was short on flavor. It needed more matcha powder. Too bad I really wanted to like it.
green tea cream puff
I got a soft serve ice cream in orange and green tea. The flavors were prominent, the ice cream was creamy and not too sweet. It was a good deal for 49 baht. Yummy!!!
orange & green tea soft serve twist
We walked around the supermarket on the same level and I took pictures of the tropical fruits on sale. The Philippines has almost all of these fruits but Bangkok has more varieties of the same fruit. I never knew there was so many kinds of guava or pomelo.
7th Flr. Central World Mall
1 RAMA Bangkok 10150, Thailand