Earl Gray Tea
Tiramisu crème, 70% dark Chocolate Mousse, Lady Finger Biscuit, Espresso Syrup
Lemon Crème, Lemon Curd, Mandarin Oranges, Almond Dacquoise
70% Dark Chocolate Mousse, Dark Chocolate Crème Brulee
Dark Chocolate Raspberry Mousse, Saké-Vanilla Crème Brulee, Saké Sacher Sponge
Wow, what a delicious way to end our trip in Vancouver. This bakery was located in the Yaletown area of Vancouver, very close to Opus hotel, where we stayed 10 years ago. Too bad this bakery was not around back then. If only we knew how great and tasty this Patisserie would be, we would have come here more than once. I took a picture of their whole case so I can look at it and wish I could have one of those beauties. I have never seen such a large selection of pastries anywhere. Ok, enough gushing and on to what we had. My mom had the Tiramisu-Chocolat and even though the description mentioned, 70% dark chocolate mousse, to me that was the only choice that didn’t win us over. It wasn’t anything exciting. My father’s choice was much better. He had the Citron-Mandarine; it had great mandarin and lemon taste with Almond Dacquoise. I picked Chocolat Framboise for my husband and it was amazing. It had Dark Chocolate Raspberry Mousse, Saké-Vanilla Crème Brulee and Saké Sacher Sponge. What a lovely combination and very delicious. I picked the Chocolat Velouté; it had 70% Dark Chocolate Mousse and Dark Chocolate Crème Brulee. Wow that was like dying and going to chocolate heaven. I also bought a bag of their caramels. It came in Vanilla, Passion Fruit and Chocolate flavors. They were good, but not as great as the ones from Jacques Genin in Paris. I know my brother is going to hate reading this review, because he had to fly home earlier that day and missed Ganache Patisserie.