Whenever I have trips far away from home, I make sure I step into at least two restaurants. Last night after an overwhelming trip to world renowned, Wolfgang Steak House, my friends and I had desserts here. Yes, plural form as we tried all what they offer under that category.
Maxim’s Impressions is a fine dining hub mostly visited by hotel guests. The review on their real food has to wait as we only made a trip here to satisfy our clamor for sugar.
We had five kinds, with the wait staff giving us a freebie while we wait. I guess the freebie somehow appeased from an almost an hour wait as each dessert slowly trickle in. There wasn’t so much guest.
Anyway the free dessert came with a variety of sorts- a deliciously made tart, meringue, crushed oreos, strawberry and wonderful chocolate with caramel shaped in toque. This was my pick that night. Am not sure what qualifies to receive this.
The next one that excited my senses was the Minestrone. First time to witness a soup variation of dessert. So there’s a mix of fresh fruits, nice red velvet pieces and a cold cheese like spectacle as it center. They present this then pout the berry tasting liquid. Must have, quite a unique experience.
Go for their Flourless Chocolate Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream too. This very rich piece is perfect for chocolate die hards. The blend was sweet just right and a hint of dark.
Their Vanilla Souffle came last. Somehow understandable for the nature of this dish. It takes a long time to get it to bake and puff up. Their version had a light welcoming taste with really fluffy features. Pairing it with Dark Chocolate makes it worthy of your attention. The ice cream was well made.