- The Big Bang | Joss, Mumbai
- Bittersweet Chocolate Cake | Ye Old Bakery, The Claridges, Delhi
- Chocolate Baileys Mousse | La Brise, Candolim, Goa
- Chocolate Flower | Fabelle Chocolate Boutique, ITC Sonar, Kolkata
- Chocolate Saturn | Quattro, Mumbai
The Big Bang | Joss, Mumbai
We're all for a little drama to go with our desserts and The Big Bang at Joss by Farrokh Khambata delivers just that. Replacing dessert plates with table mats, this is a dessert galaxy made right on the table, to be eaten right off the table.
Bittersweet Chocolate Cake | Ye Old Bakery, The Claridges, Delhi
From one of the oldest bakeries in the city, Ye Old Bakery at The Claridges has been a favourite-d spot amongst locals and tourists alike. You'll know why it isn't for nothing when you give their signature Bittersweet Chocolate Cake a try.
Chocolate Baileys Mousse | La Brise, Candolim, Goa
Look beyond the beaches and the beers and you’ll find desserts that'll keep you coming back for more. One such is the Chocolate Baileys Mousse, served with a blueberry compote to balance the sweet with the tang.
Chocolate Flower | Fabelle Chocolate Boutique, ITC Sonar, Kolkata
Not your ordinary chocolate flower. Pour some white chocolate on it and watch it unfurl, revealing an exotic dark chocolate mousse with a base made of Turkish pistachio biscuits. Apart from the theatrics, the exotic flavours are our winners.
Chocolate Saturn | Quattro, Mumbai
When a dessert claims to be the chocolate version of planet Saturn, how do you not enlist it? This one has frozen chocolates, chocolate shells, chocolate sand and basically, everything to give you a chocolate HIGH.
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