While Sugarholic serves meals, with a name like that, you need to go with their desserts. They offer box toasts and cakes, but to get the best deal try out their 4 desserts + tea for $12. That’s what we did that afternoon!
You have an assortment of tea to choose from – Liane chose the Hawaii-Cocktail and I ordered the passionfruit and mango tea. I really enjoyed Liane’s tea – it was fruity and refreshing. I found mine a bit over powering, I think either there was too much tea leaves added or the hot water burnt the leaves to leave a bitter after taste.
For my desserts, I chose their chocolate cake, passionfruit cake, Japanese cheesecake and mango and coconut dessert. Although I have a huge sweet tooth, I really appreciate the subtleties in Chinese desserts. They are not super decadent or heavy, but very enjoyable and flavourful. I really enjoyed the spongey passionfruit cake. The Japanese cheesecake is soft and almost spongey as well, but when you sip it with tea, it melts beautifully in your mouth – similar to it’s Western version.