Saturday, May 03, 2014

Mozart Bakery

May 3, 2014

Tuna Waldorf sandwich - 2+

J's comment > loved the balance of mayo that just sealed the whole sandwich - not overwhelming to the point of drowning out the tuna, but just the right amt to keep the filling moist; bread really soft

Apple croissant - 2

J's comment > not bad; not a flaky croissant by any means, but light, slightly fluffy and apple chunks were in bite-size pieces and wasn't "1/4 apple chunk per croissant" like so many other bakeries do it

Bird's nest - 2

Pecan cheesecake - 2

Chocolate dipped shortbread - 2

Lemon cranberry shortbread - 2

J's comment > A real downer here, we went all the way to Langley just for the chocolate dipped shortbread because it was so memorable (see Aug 28, 2012 posting below), and this pastry totally fell flat :( ; whilst not terrible, it definitely wasn't worth the drive from downtown Vancouver to Langley just for this; the shortbreads' textures were on the dense side, slightly crumbly, but not enough to distinguish themselves as magnificent; the advertised flavors were present, but in trace amts, I'd say these shortbreads were borderline bland actually; the saving point on the bird's nest was the jam which had a slight gelee-like texture that was unexpected; cheesecake was creamy, but again, one-dimensional

Latte - 2

J's comment > more milk than coffee in this beverage


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Aug 28, 2012

Labels: dessert, langley, pastry

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