|The green dome!|
I opted for something to takeaway rather than dine-in, though, I wouldn’t mind heading here one evening to experience the whole Japanese maid-style service and try a few different plates along with a Matcha latte or two. Another time for sure!
|A bird's eye view of the dome!|
For my takeaway, I went for their signature Matcha Angel Hat Cheesecake. At $10, it’s a good portion for two or three people to enjoy. It’s a cute, smooth, dome-shaped cake. I enjoyed it. It was unlike the traditional, dense, western-style cheesecakes. I’ve never been a big fan of cheesecake. It always felt like I ate a brick, especially after a full meal. I much preferred this texture. It was fluffy, airy, soft, and moist. It was a cross between a sponge cake and a mousse. Not super cheesy either.
|The dome is open!|
There was a slight bitterness at the end of each bite, much like you would expect of any Matcha infused item. It wasn’t overly sweet either, which I liked. Perhaps a drizzle of dark chocolate sauce would enhance the experience and take it to a new level, but it’s lovely all on its own.
The Matcha Angel Hat Cheesecake is not the best cake I’ve ever had, but I’m glad I tried it. I prefer it over the regular cheesecakes, and I am curious about the other flavours the shop offers. Of course, I will need to swing by for the maid service. I hear they perform J-pop routines on their stage. Cool!