Having tried the Max Brenner's chocolate souffle, I wasn't convinced how soufflé is supposed to taste like. Thus, I dropped by BakerZin for my soufflé treat. As mentioned in that entry, a soufflé should be a light and fluffy dessert that "blow up" or more loosely "puff up". Moreover, Yuan told me the Lemon soufflé he has tried was a completely different entity from what we had at Max Brenner and thus...
This thing really take quite some before it is served and it was really wobbly when placed on our table, at least the "cap" was vibrating slightly. It has a very light and egg-y taste and the centre of this dessert has a cream that is so such in the alcohol taste. Moreover, it comes with a small cup of espresso and I don't deny the fact that it reminds me of my tiramisu spree.
Generally, I didn't quite like it as the alcohol content was just too much, it was not sweet at all. However, with such a soft and springy texture, I am looking forward to try their chocolate soufflé on my next visit.
For your information, this baby costs $9.80 (excluding of 7% GST and 10% service charge). Citibank credit cards are entitled to dining discounts.
Those that love liqeuer will love this dessert. The soft egg-y texture complement with rich alcohol taste is excellent combination. Bewarned that those who don't drink may find this a little too much to handle. The Souffle comes with a cup of expresso. Try pouring some expresso over and it will seem like you are eatting tiramisu with extra alcohol. I guess you will only find this dessert nice if you like alcohol in your dessert.
BakerZin (Millenia Walk)
9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-23/24/25 Millenia Walk
Tel: 6837 2422
Sun to Thur: 10:30 am - 10 pm
Fri, Sat & Eve of Public Holiday: 10:30 am - 11 pm