Originally from New York, this two-floor dessert bar is wholly fixated on that; the sweet stuff. Downstairs is a cafe, serving more casual takes on dessert pairings, like layered crepes cakes with wine, while the upstairs is the main course. In an open-plan dining room where you can watch the chefs work, they serve fixed-price set menus with choices of desserts. Expect light, fruity, interesting combinations, and beautiful plating. It's a wee bit snobbish, and the price reflects the upscale surroundings with set menus at 188rmb (with 10% service charge) for three dessert courses. But if you're in the mood for some desserts that make you feel like a classy, classy person, this is your perch.
Check it: Rain or shine, the people behind those Shanghai Supperclub dinners are throwing a rooftop party south of Xintiandi this Saturday and Sunday. Mmmmmhmmm. Basically, it's a two-day food pop-up running a full court press.
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Take A Date allows you to find someone on who wants to go with you to Chikalicious (Xintiandi)
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