High Society: Lovely Chocolate Cocktail & Cupcakes

Glad D brought me here. It was her second time and my first and I was impressed by the tiny lemon cupcake I had. It was moist and the frosting was not too sweet. D liked her red velvet cupcake too. Next time I would order the chocolate cocktail instead of the white sangria which tasted more like punch. Had sips of D’s drink and it was so good but a bit too strong for me. I would have to nurse it for ages as I am not used to drinking alcohol. Just one drink will get me really sleepy. Have never been drunk in my life. So what do you think? Should I have that on my bucket list? Or is it just not worth it. I’d probably just fall asleep before I get drunk.


If I want tea I would still head to TWG but this is a good place for cocktails and cupcakes.

Cool to spot the Pledge installation.

ALthough it was super hard to get the attention of the wait staff I am glad they served us water for free when we requested it. And I don’t mind being left alone and not chased off. Although I have read some pretty bad reviews of this place online. That’s why experiences are so subjective. I guess the company you’re with and the mood you’re in would matter a lot too.

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9 Responses to High Society: Lovely Chocolate Cocktail & Cupcakes

  1. Claudia says:

    They serve you water for free? The last time they charged my friend and I $8 for water. The most exp water I’ve ever drunk.

    • bookjunkie says:

      Hey Claudia. They asked us “Sparkling or Still” and I then asked for tap water. I think that was the trick. Restaurants always try and push the expensive sparkling and still.

  2. Claudia says:

    Oh. We asked for ice water and they just served us the bottled still water. Didn’t ask us anything.

  3. Claudia says:

    But they didn’t ask us sparkling or still. They just served us the expensive water.

    • bookjunkie says:

      Oh boy, that’s terrible. Sounds like you were ripped off and thanks for the warning for other people who might drop by there.

  4. Claudia says:

    No prob =) or maybe they have improved after seeing the reviews?

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