Everyone’s favourite part of the meal. Though you may think you’re full following a delicious meal at the likes of Shogun or Osteria, there’s always room for dessert and what a fantastic variety to choose from at The Cube.
Take it to the top
Accompanying the astonishing views atop level 25 comes a whole host of beautiful desserts crafted by expert chefs at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill. A firm favourite among vegetarians is Mr. White’s billionaire shortbread served with a rich caramel and gold leaf. Whole-heartedly satisfying and sure to get your taste buds tingling!
Britpop fans, cast your eyes to the bottom of the menu where you’ll find a choice of cheeses produced by none other than Blur guitarist Alex James. Decide between his No.1 cheddar or the aptly named Blue Monday cheese to be plated with a mouth-watering drunken fruitcake.
An Oriental Treat
Take yourself on a journey of Japanese cuisine at Shogun Teppanyaki. With interesting dishes and a second to none customer experience, Shogun acts as the icing on the cake to any evening, if you’ll pardon the pun. As expected, you won’t find any kind of cake on the menu but you can, instead, be treated to the likes of an appetizing Banana Tempura, Green Tea Ice Cream and even Ice Cream Tempura!
All you can eat and then some
For those who don’t know, Rodizio Rico is the place to be if you enjoy a barbecue. Serving only the highest quality meats, diners can enjoy succulent cuts served straight to your table. Though the idea is one that may fill you with excitement, Rodizio Rico desserts are not to be passed up on. Indulge in a Pudium de Leite Condesado or as the French prefer, crème caramel. Or, a more tropical option in the Quindim, a delightful coconut pudding!
At The Cube