Great dessert place on Main st. The inside is quite interesting, the lighting is dark and the restaurant is furnished with old antique chairs, tables, lamps and desks. Definitely they're going for something different here. The desserts are out of this world. The tiramisu I had was served in a teacup and was so rich and creamy. I only wish they gave you more. The creme brulee was also something amazing. I also had some earl grey tea which was a bit expensive but a nice way to wash down the tiramisu and creme brulee. I actually find the place really relaxing and comfortable, you can just sit there and talk a while with your friends. I know it's become quite a popular dessert place and deservedly so.
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