I came here alone before meeting up with my friend for dinner at Inter Restaurant later. It's just desserts - surely I would not be too full for dinner after this right? LOL!
The restaurant was actually quite small with just a few tables. Luckily there was no crowd. I heard that in the day time, there would be long queues to get a table.
Cute mangoes decoration!
My photos did not turn out well as it was rather dim.
The menu was basically a variety of desserts based on the one and only fruit - mango!
As there was no one to share the desserts with, I decided to go for their Signature Mango Tango with Sticky Rice (145 baht). I believe it's a wise choice as I get to sample everything - the fresh mango, mango pudding, mango ice cream and sticky rice.
My verdict? It was OK - the mango was sweet and juicy. The ice cream was pretty good, but I was not impressed with the pudding and the sticky rice.
I will definitely not queue for this, so if you see a long queue outside this restaurant, I will suggest that you go elsewhere for your dessert! Otherwise, it's worth a try at least once. I have no complaints about their fresh mangoes though.
As for mango desserts, it's probably much better to fly to Hong Kong to try the Hui Lau Shan mango desserts!