Matcha Desserts and Merry Christmas! 🎄

For all who either know me personally or who have read my previous posts will know that I’m an avid fan of matcha flavoured food, especially matcha flavoured desserts (matcha is a lifestyle 👸). This is another post showcasing even more matcha desserts 💓 (perhaps my blog should purely be about matcha flavoured food? Food for thought :P). 

Oh and also, it’s Christmas day! Merry Christmas everyone 🎄🎉❤, for all who don’t celebrate Christmas, happy holidays! 🎉 My family and I will be celebrating Christmas with a little something different this year in terms of dessert (I’m sure you can guess what it is already with the name of this post, hehe). 

Without further ado, let me introduce you to Kova Patisserie, based in Soho, London. They are a patisserie store famous for their mille crepe cake and matcha flavoured patisserie. 

Here’s a close cup of the matcha mille crepe cake:

And a close up of the matcha latte (with a swirl of hearts circling the edge ontop 💚💚💚 how adorable!): 

This year for Christmas, I bought their matcha roll cake as our dessert for our Christmas meal: 

My fridge was fully stocked up at my parents (super spoilt with food when I’m home 😋). I found some fresh berries and was excited to eat them but they were too sour on its own (winter isn’t the season for berries 🙁) so I thought, why not pair it with the matcha roll; the sour/sweet taste of the berries combined with the sweet/slight bitter matcha taste turned out to be a wonderful combination: 

Mmm, matcha ❤

-Eats Esacapdes 

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Late night light desserts

Top Row: Inaya lulo, Chocolate pebble

Bottom Row: Cherry chocolate, Raspberry Rose

Yautcha (London) is famous for it’s Chinese food and dim sum. However, their desserts are not to be missed! All dessert goers are escorted to the dessert bar at the back of the restaurant. The desserts are western styled. They also open till 10pm usually so for all of you with dessert cravings late after dinner, this would be a great option!

I had the Inaya lulo (top right image) which was dark chocolate with a citrus/lime tasting fruit mixed in. Personally, out of the four I liked the Raspberry rose the most! It was a lovely blend of sweet rose with a slight hint of sourness of the raspberry and hearty chocolate.

What: Desserts at Yautcha

Where: Yautcha, 15-17 Broadwick St, London W1F 0DL

Why: late night light desserts craving

-EatsEscapades