If you have some time in Osaka, you should definitely visit their cafes where you’ll find the most exquisite looking pastries. They tasted divine – real cream plus the freshest fruit was used. Again, I swooned over the Japanese attention to detail.
The iced chocolate was perfect and the sugar syrup was on the side. I didn’t need to add any as I liked the chocolate rich and bitter.
There was no smoking in this cafe, so it was a lovely place to rest my achy feet. The cafe was also filled with mostly women. It was nice to see woman sitting solo and relaxing with their pastries and coffee.
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YUM YUM YUM!
If I were over there with you BJ, I’d be happy to sit down with you and join you for one of your delicious looking photos. I appreciate your hard work and postings.
Just wanted to let you know that the last comment was made by me, not my husband. I forgot to log in onto wordpress! Hope you got that.
it’s so cool that your husband has a blog too 🙂 2 writers in the family
That pastry is indeed exquisite looking. It must have taken alot of effort to make!
it was such a pity to mess it up and I really did make a make of the crumbly pastry and whipped cream which was the real stuff