Death By Chocolate, True Confections, Cheesecake Etc, and other such dessert places are just right for North American tastes, but when I go with some of my Japanese friends, they often remark on how many of the cakes and deserts are too rich, or over the top sweet. I guess for me, I live in both worlds and I actaully like the cakes from True Confections. I can only eat a sliver without feeling kind of gross. I've also had deserts in Japan, I've been to some of the cafes and cake shops, and the styles there definitely have a French influence. For anyone looking for something naughty but won't leave you in a food coma, Sweet Revenge Patisserie will be right up your alley.
I ordered an Earl Grey, hot, just like Captain Picard.
The china was all made in Japan for some reason....
The Creme Brulee - $6.55
Chocolate Pudding Cake for $6.35. It was like a chocolate lava cake, filled with dark chocolate pudding.
The place is small, there was only one server, and sometimes you have to share a table. But it's a nice place if you want to just sit for a while, have some tea and some sweets to go with it. The staff will more or less leave you alone, haha, whether you want them to or not. But that can be a good thing as well, if you don't want your waiter or waitress pestering you to order more stuff, or to pay the bill and get out. It's a nice little shop, and I'd probably go back.