Desserts at V&A's?

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  1. ambgoph

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    We're going to V&A's at the end of June. Looking over old menus, it looks like the desserts don't change that much. So, what dessert do you recommend? Thanks!
     
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  3. jandj524

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    Here are my favorites ...

    1) Carmalized Banana Gateau
    2) Grand Mariner Souffle
    3) Hawaiian Kona Chocolate Souffle

    Enjoy your trip!:goodvibes
     
  4. tiggr33

    tiggr33 DVC '97

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    What do you like for dessert? Are you doing wine pairings, and an important question, how big is your appetite? What I would suggest, is each person order something different and have a bite or two of everything ordered.
     
  5. ambgoph

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    Just 2 of us - we're going to split the wine pairing. I'm sure I'll be stuffed by the time dessert is served, but that's not going to stop me. :laughing: I llike chocolate, but am open to anything.
     
  6. oybolshoi

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    The chocolate souffle was very good but I actually liked the chocolate pyramid dessert better - it looked like it would be a very heavy, dense item when it was delivered to the table, but it was feathery light and silky smooth and oh-so-delicious ... :cloud9:

    If you want something simple, V&A's creme brulee is some of the best we've ever had. :thumbsup2
     
  7. Pakey

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    I do not care for the chocolate pyramid at all. But the Kona chocolate souffle is very very good. I also enjoy the creme brulee but not as much as the souffle.
     
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    Mrs U and I ALWAYS get the souffles--Grand Mariner for me and Kona Chocolate for her.
    And ambgopf is right--the desserts have changed very little in many years.
     

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