This dessert shop, on the ground floor of Mille Malle on Sukhumvit Soi 20 with an air-conditioned section and an outdoor terrace, is decked out with 18th-century French decor and signature desserts.
Nothing fancy, the place is simple, yet gives off elegantly modern vibes. The place is mostly set in black, white and grey tones, which bring out the colours of the desserts when served on the dining table.
The appearance is likely to spur the curiosity of most passersby and a brief glimpse inside reveals a refrigerator stacked high with colourful patisseries and desserts.
A eclair-like dessert, a choux primavera (B150), is not as common as other choux. The choux is filled with elderflower Chantilly cream, assorted with blueberry sauce on the bottom half while the top half is covered by red crispy cookies crust.
Nihonphilia (B155) is served in a small see-through glass with chestnut cream, dark chocolate ganache in a cross-pattern and a matcha green tea mousse on the top layer. If you are a nut-eater, this one might be your favourite.
A bouncy pudding-like Le Café Maroc B165, served in a dice design, is a coffee mousse and mocha ganache with a round biscuit brownie hidden inside. It’s a dessert with a taste of coffee, not too strong and a little bittersweet.
The hot chocolate (B180) comes by the pot, has intense flavour is very creamy. And maybe you can end your tea break with a teapot (B180).
Let them eat cake
G Floor, Mille Malle Sukhumvit 20 | 02-663-4667 10am-11pm | facebook.com/letthemeatcakebkk