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My boyfriend arrived yesterday from Guernsey! So it was a happy Friday for me. I was starving when I met him as I wasn't able to eat lunch at work, so we grabbed quick tapas for lunch first before we started exploring the city. We did not have an itinerary, just a leisurely walk. We saw a little garden and decided to stop there for a rest, and from there we spotted this dessert place called, Heavenly Dessert.
The funny thing we noticed, was that in a discrete writing, you can read on the sides of the building that this used to actually be a church. It was called Hope Chapel, which was once a United Methodist Free Church. So this really got us laughing and curious. We actually thought it was intentional but it appears that this was purely coincidental as Heavenly Desserts actually have several locations. This one in Bath is pretty special as you just might actually get to heaven as you dine there.
Since we wanted something to drink we poked our head in. The interior looked fancy and elegant. It was a bit intimidating. The server ushered us to a table and gave us a menu. But we took our time ordering, as we were busy taking photos of the fancy lighting like moths attracted to a flame.
We actually struggled to choose our orders as there were so many delicious options! Andrea and I both ordered a pistachio based drink since we both really love pistachio. He got a pistachio milkshake which had pistachio gelato, Sicilian pistachio sauce, and crushed pistachios. While I got a pistachio Spanish ice latte, which had pistachio sauce, steamed milk, condensed milk, and ice, served deconstructed. We were wondering how deconstructed looked like and we realised it is just unmixed so that the layers were quite distinguished. It looked quite artistic.
We only wanted drinks but since the menu had pictures a lot of things were calling us, so we decided to try out a dessert too to share. We decided to order their signature dish named "Grow Up" which cutely resembles a real potted plant. The ingredients were cookie cheesecake cream, soft cookie pieces, oreo cookies for the soil, and Biscoff milk syrup. We enjoyed this one very much not only because it was delicious but also because pouring the cream on it felt like watering a real plant. Andre had the honour of making it grow and I harvested majority of it. 😂
Overall it was an amazing food experience apart from the inattentive waiter who forgot to bring us water 3 times. We are still definitely coming back as there were a lot of interesting desserts left to try there. If you're a sweet tooth this is a must place to visit. Anyhow that's all for today since I am chilling for the weekend. Cheers guys!