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Restaurants, Bakeries East Village
5 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)

Time Out says

Pastry Chef Chika Tillman, the chick with a whisk, gives diners a voyeuristic thrill as she preps, pipes and plates her desserts in expert fashion. A multicourse “meal” may include an amuse-bouche such as coconut sorbet in a little pool of chocolate-infused tea gelée. The main course might be a warm chocolate tart with pink-peppercorn ice cream, a mocha-and-hazelnut trifle or a delicious fromage blanc cheesecake. It all ends with darling petit fours. As if you needed them.



Address: 203 E 10th St
New York
Cross street: between First and Second Aves
Transport: Subway: L to Third Ave; 6 to Astor Pl
Price: Dessert prix fixe: $12. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours: Wed–Fri 3–5pm, 7–10:45pm; Sat, Sun 3–10:45pm.
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YUM you can smell this place from a block away! They have a ton of asian inspired desserts- even their own version of the cronut (sorry Dominique)- Come with someone and split a few things- worth the wait if there's a line. 


definitely one of my favorite dessert bars in the city - the soft serve isn't too thick or too sweet and the churro is made till perfection. it does get a little messy towards the end, when the churro is getting a soggy from the ice cream, but tbh you're probably almost done with the dessert even before it starts melting. (p.s. cash only) 

If there's cash in my wallet and I'm within a two-block radius of this place, I have to stop in for a chocolate chip cookie. They're gooey in the center with crispy edges and aren't the size of your head like the cookies sold in other bakeries.