Foodbloggers Get-Together For Good Food Month
The noodle markets were better organised from what I remember, with a good choice of stalls and cuisines. It's quite enchanting sitting in Hyde Park in the evening, music in the background, surrounded by hungry city workers and foodies. My Malaysian plate was delicious, the roti crispy and flakey, perfect for mopping up the sauce, the chicken wing tender under the crunchy, seasoned skin. And then onto the Sofitel, where for $15 you enjoy a plate of dessert goodness and a glass of dessert wine. The plate consisted of a white chocolate creme brulee, a shot glass of white and milk chocolate mousse topped with a jam-like raspberry coulis, and a small square of Valrohna chocolate parfait with praline. The group was split in two on preferring the brulee and the layered chocolate mousse (my pick), but they were all lovely morsels, even if the brulee top wasn't crackling-hard. The glass of Brown Brothers dessert wine paired well with the chocolate.
It was lovely to meet the foodbloggers so thank you to everyone that made it, and I hope we can do it again soon!
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