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Henri Charpentier’s dessert performance

Tuesday, 21 October 2014


Singapore-inspired Chariot Desserte: Coupe de Pêche


At the Dempsey Hill’s 4,400sqf dessert salon (seating capacity of 50 guests indoors and 30 guests at the alfresco area), renowned French-inspired Japanese patisserie, Henri Charpentier, introduces Singapore-original menu, including Meringue accompanied by Homemade Sangria and five different types of Singapore-inspired Chariot Desserte (Dessert Trolley) - DOME, ROUGE, Flower Temptation, Coupe de Pêche, and Tarte Tatin.


Three of such desserts will be prepared right in front of guests in an elegant flaming dessert performance: 




At SGD 29, the chocolate sphere encloses a chocolate parfait biscuit of fraise d’amande in its core, a warm and cold combo accompanied by crunchy streusel. Liqueur is poured onto DOME, resulting in a flambéed fire that wraps up the sphere. And strawberry sauce is poured over the fiery dessert for that finishing touch.



 Flower Temptation: 


At SGD 25, Flower Temptation features sautéed crunchy pineapple bits circled around a parfait of caramel-flavoured chocolate mousse and dark chocolate mousse, topped with a bowl of sweet and sour orange sauce flambéed during the dessert performance, representing vibrant flowers in bloom.



Coupe de Pêche

As seen above, Coupe de Pêche, at SGD 21, gives a pleasantly cool sensation accented by chopped lime, and comprising of peach compote, homemade custard, vanilla ice cream, and a generous serving of peach sauce. The Singapore-original lime puree caramel sauce, consists of freshly cut lime peel mixed with caramel sauce, is made right in front of diners, served fresh and warm. Diners can add fresh caramel sauce to this dessert to suit their tastes and enjoy a mixture of the cold and warm texture of the dessert.


The information is accurate as at time of this article and changes could have been made since then.


Related news: Henri Charpentier at Dempsey Hill (Dated 13 October 2014)



Source: Henri Charpentier

Photos credit: Henri Charpentier


Photos: Henri CharpentierPosted by Admin in F&B on 21 Oct 2014


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