Sunday, November 22, 2009

Vincenzo @ One Bangsar


A brief stopover for delectable desserts.


Baked chocolate pudding with vanilla ice cream. At a time when this recipe has become a cliche, Vincenzo's version is still one of the city's best, with a taste, texture and temperature that border on perfect.


Amaretto coffee tiramisu. Provided a nice alcoholic wallop.


Cointreau Orange and Rum & Raisin gelatos. Also wonderfully laced with booze.


Bacio Gelato (chocolate & hazelnut) and Chocolate Chilli Gelato.


White Sangria (orange, mango, pineapple, lime, brandy, white wine) and Red Sangria (same ingredients, except with red wine instead).


Vincenzo,
One Bangsar.
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5 comments:

  1. oohh...alcoholic gelatos!!
    And what do u think of the tiramisu? Sadly, other than Alexis, I hv yet to find a good tiramisu in town!

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  2. Luv Sangria but dangerous stuff for me since its sweetness hides its potency. *hic*

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  3. tng: vincenzo's is actually pretty good, even though it looks ordinary at first. i think the safest bet is to stick to the italian restaurants for tiramisu...
    tummythoz: heh, yeah that's the problem with a lot of cocktails, i guess. we don't realize we're tipsy till it's too late. but hey, that's ok :D

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  4. Oooh indulging! Always loved vincenzo and its tiramisu and chocolate pudding. Yumzzz

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  5. qwazymonkey: hey i didn't realize u have a sweet tooth =)

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