Amer@Bakerzin, Bangsar

Demona: This cake is called “AMER”. Love. My marketing manager bought it for one of our customers. Me stomach juices were wishy washy already when I saw the cake. It looked darn delicious. THIS WAS TRUE! THE BOOK WAS EQUALLY AS GOOD AS ITS COVERS!

Demona: The dark chocolate sponge cake slices in between were very moist and the sweetness was well controlled. In between the layers of chocolate sponge cakes were coated with very smooth, chilled, chocolate whipped cream. (DEVILISHLY SINFUL!) Each bite was a melting moment! This was one of those cakes where by each mouthful was orgasm, keeping you smiling bigger and bigger. When I took one bite, I close my eyes, and for that few seconds, I actually felt worry-free. I was in paradise.

Verdict: A very good cake. I got to learn how to make this cake alright. The price was a little steep, RM 70. Get this cake as a birthday gift only to those who you really care about and cares about you equally as much as well.

Mizuki Wine Dinner

Buddy JT just sent me some picture for the Mizuki Wine Dinner last week.

Here are the brief write up on them

Dried FuGu with mayo fish roe: It was my first time trying the famed fugu, albeit the dried version. Chewy, bitey with sweetish note. Well it taste very very close to “bak-kwa” but probably cost a lot more. Did I enjoyed it? hmmmmmm .. probably not as great i thought it would be.

Fresh Japanese Ginko Nuts + fried lotus: This is interesting. The green ginko nuts was lightly coated in salt. Soft, refreshing, and warm.. it cleanses your palate after the sweet dried fugu. The fried lotus slices were fine too. Thinly sliced and well fried without an hint of oil.

Assorted Sashimi: some fishes, scallop, tuna, shrimp.. It was all fresh except mine was lacking of the tuna belly. 🙁 The chef had overlook my plate i guess.

Wagyu beef sandwiched by Foie Gras: The highlight of the day. Juicy wagyu beef coated with the sweet fatty foie gras…. yum yum…