Ordered the Singapore Chow Konnyaku Noodle with no egg. The menu description states it comes with; Chicken and shrimp sautéed with bean sprouts, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, green onion, white onion, snow peas, and Konnyaku noodles in a yellow curry sauce. For some reason my green and red bell peppers were missing, no worries it was delicious as is, but I just love bell peppers and was looking forward to them.
I’ve eaten here many times over the years and it’s one of those places that the food is so good you can never leave enough room for dessert! One of these times think I’m going to go just for dessert because it sounds so wonderful! They offer the following;
XiangJiao (Banana) an eggroll filled with banana cheesecake, rolled in cinnamon, and topped with powdered sugar, whipped cream, caramel, and chocolate sauce.
Red velvet three-layer cake with silky smooth cream cheese frosting and raspberry sauce from San Diego’s Sweet Cheeks Baking Company, winners of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars.
A three-layer carrot cake with coconut cream cheese frosting and topped with cinnamon from San Diego’s Sweet Cheeks Baking Company, winners of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars.
Mango sorbet a mango shell filled with all-natural, fat-free sorbet and topped
with powdered sugar, whipped cream and raspberry sauce. I’ve shared a few bites of this one and it’s just crammed packed with pure Mango flavor!
Mud Pie mocha almond fudge ice cream piled 4’’ high atop a chocolate cookie crust and topped with powdered sugar, whipped cream, caramel, and chocolate sauce.
Chocolate wipe out a decadent three-layer chocolate mousse cake, topped with chocolate ganache frosting, powdered sugar, whipped cream, and chocolate sauce.
See what I mean? The descriptions are alluring! And you can’t go wrong with winners of Food Networks cupcake awards!