Dessert & Fruits at Central World Mall

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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.

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There were so many Japanese brand food and dessert stalls which I’ve never seen in Hong Kong or Singapore. Bangkok has much more imported retail and food outlets than Manila.
Harajuku cafe crepes
Harajuku cafe crepes
Harajuku cafe crepes-1

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Crepes & Co.

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!
Crepes & Co.

After deep discussion we all agreed to try Bake A Wish’s cream puffs.
Bake A Wish
Bake A Wish

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So many desserts to choose from!
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I’m not really a cream puff fan but the green tea cream puff looked really tempting.
green tea cream puff
green tea cream puff

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-1
green tea cream puff

The chocolate cream puff was marginally better. I wanted to choose the chocolate filling but my friends overruled me and chose the vanilla custard.
chocolate cream puff with vanilla cream
chocolate cream puff with vanilla custard

They later agreed I was right. We should have gone chocolate all the way.
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chocolate cream puff with vanilla custard

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Since I didn’t have my chocolate and orange crepe, which to this day I regret, and I was disappointed with the green tea cream puff I decided I needed another treat.
Ho-Mu ice cream
Ho-Mu ice cream

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
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.
Sala fruit
Sala fruit

I bought one kind of guava each for my mom who loves guavas from Thailand. I wonder which one she liked best.
red Thai guava
red Thai guava

pansithong guava
pansithong guava

These mangoes were quite expensive. Maybe they’re imported from the Philippines. hee hee.
premium namdokmai mangoes
premium namdokmai mangoes

rose apple
rose apple

Holland papaya
Holland papaya

I really wanted to try both pomelo varieties.
khaonamphung pomelo
khaonamphung pomelo

khaotankwan pomelo
khaotankwan pomelo

peeled pomelo
peeled pomelo

Vietnamese dragon fruit
Vietnamese dragon fruit

Thai coffee
Thai coffee

At first glance we thought she was a real person. Well, she did have legs albeit cardboard ones.
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The technology was fascinating.
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7th Flr. Central World Mall
1 RAMA Bangkok 10150, Thailand
telephone: 02-2645555

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