Banana, walnut, vanilla ice cream. Pre fixe menu
Mozzeria, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this was pretty good and I’m not even into really sweet desserts. The brownie was moist and not super sweet as brownies go, thank goodness. I also liked that they bruleed the bananas individually. A great way to finish off a less than stellar meal. 🙂
Coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia, Fagaceae), Bon Tempe Lake.
Bourbon caramel sauce, vanilla ice cream, candied pecans. $9
Town Hall, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this dessert was very tasty and the peaches were great. The sticky bun was a bit too caramelized on the bottom and hard to cut through, but all the flavors were there and the vanilla ice cream helped to soften up everything.
View of Twin Peaks from Noe Valley.
Meringue, creme anglaise (vanilla custard), toasted almonds, caramel sauce, strawberry and mint garnish. Daily 3-course prix fixe $14.50
Alamo Square Seafood Grill, San Francisco CA
This was a very simple, light and elegant dish and it tasted really good! I don’t think I’ve ever had this before but I can see that it’s a great cost effective way to put out a delicious dessert. You really need the toasted almonds and caramel sauce to elevate it though. Noms!
‘Burgundy Bliss’ oxalis (Oxalidaceae), Noe Valley.
Sweet white corn bread, Howard McGinnis Ranch fresh berries, homemade ice cream. 10-course chef’s tasting menu $75
Roxy’s Cafe, San Francisco CA
This dessert was very tasty and I liked that it wasn’t super sweet. The warm cheese arepa was delicious and slightly savory which was a great contrast to the sweet berries and ice cream. I also loved the colors on the plate.
Robert Emmet statue, California Academy of Sciences.
Was this novelty dessert worth five bucks? I have to say no. The vanilla ice cream was already melted, and the mealworms were super dry and burnt tasting (I don’t think I tasted any toffee). I didn’t like the powdery/crumbly texture in my mouth. I’m glad I tried it, but it didn’t deliver on flavor and texture. $5
Don Bugito, SF Street Food Festival 2013, San Francisco CA
California Palace of the Legion of Honor. One of my favorite museums in San Francisco!
Le Patissier brand vanilla ice cream.
London (LHR) to San Francisco (SFO), United Airlines
These little cups of ice cream with the wooden spoons always bring me back to childhood. I remember occasionally getting them with our school lunches in elementary school. Those tasted better though, lol!
Palace of Westminster, Houses of Parliament.
Vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, creme anglaise.
Alicante, Palm Springs CA
This was a very sweet and heavy dessert. I could only take a couple bites then I was finished. It had some good flavors, but was way too sweet for my taste.