Le Crème Brûlée

Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first. ~Ernestine Ulmer

Almost every body loves desserts and has their own preferences. Mine is crème brûlée. I have no idea what make me really into this custard based dessert.

Digging into my memories, the first time I tried this dessert was because of my curiosity. I remember watching one of Master Chef US episode that featured a creme brulee: the so called hunting began soon after that episode was aired.

Last weekend, I finally reunited with it after a long time.

We went to Gandaria City, partly to try the famous Pablo Cheese Tart – which was a failed mission: we chickened out when we saw the long queue. Bakerzin is chosen to host our lunch, because I’ve been craving for the Crème Brûlée and I remember that they have one of the best Crème Brûlée in town.

The crunchiness of the caramelized sugar meet the softness of the creme. So Tasty and tempting!

Next in my bucket list: Try to make it at home.


Side story:

My husband was having spaghetti as his lunch and a dori with potatoes as his dessert 😆

My husband’s kind of dessert


Nenek (the one that take care of Z while I work in the weekday) was ordering fried rice with black chip

The satay was made from fish!
 
How about Z? Oh, as usual, a homemade rice puree with broccoli, fish, and cheese. 😀

All the foods were paired with Lychee Tea!
 
Psst. Bakerzin has many delicious stuff to try, if you haven’t taste them, give ’em a go!



Published by darkjasm

Heart Writer, Psych Lecturer and a passionate Lover. Her interests are in Poetry, Social Psychology, Places, Food and her families

2 Comments

sesuatu yak dessertnya si husband.. xixixi

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Hahahaha.. makanya warung Mak Riri bikin di Depok dong mbak, biar kami jadi regular customer. 😀

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