Egg-centric

From hand-crafted Easter eggs filled with mango compot and hazelnut mousse to chocolate bunnies filled with marshmallows and candies, get ready for a sugar high this Easter.

| Published: April 19, 2014 10:22 am
(Clockwise from above) Easter eggs at La Folie come in seasonal flavours of mango and vanilla; Easter eggs at Tart; dessert eggs at Yauatcha are filled with hazelnut mousse.  Easter eggs at La Folie come in seasonal flavours of mango and vanilla; Easter eggs at Tart; dessert eggs at Yauatcha are filled with hazelnut mousse.

La Folie: The Kala Ghoda-based French patisserie is offering bite-sized Easter egg desserts made from fresh mangoes, vanilla cream and mango compote filling. The bakery is also making traditional Easter egg chocolates in hazelnut and almond praline flavours that come as assorted boxes priced at Rs 695. These limited edition treats are available till April 20 at La Folie, Kala Ghoda, Fort.

Yauatcha: The Bandra-Kurla Complex-based dim sum restaurant is offering limited edition desserts such as raspberry chocolate egg and hazelnut mousse egg. Traditional options such as dark chocolate egg and white chocolate egg are also available at Yauatcha, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Bandra East.

Taj Lands End: This Sunday, Masala Bay, Ming Yang and Maritime by San Lorenzo will offer Easter egg hampers with treats such as chocolate egg filled with pate de fruit, marshmallows and candies, starting Rs 440 (plus taxes). You can also opt for bunny treats filled with marshmallows and candies.

Tart: Stop by if you are looking for Easter eggs that come in shapes such as bunny rabbits or ducks and embellished with bird’s nests and carrots made of sugary treats. These are available in flavours such as chocolate truffle and red velvet. These Easter eggs can be bought from its Bandra and Napean Sea outlets.
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