I almost never order crème brulee and absolutely never ever make it at
home, because I know me — a blow torch and sugar will not mix well. But, on the
advice of a local professional we were dining with I tried the one at Chez Yasu.
caramelized top, but wasn’t burnt – or was on the edge of a burnt taste. And,
the creamy part – you couldn’t ask for a tastier crème. It wasn’t too sweet,
had a heavy, but fluffy flavor. I savored every bite.
of a pet media tour, they made a special meal for those of us who were vegetarians.
melted in your mouth as soon as you slid it off your fork. It tasted baked, but
was so juicy and flavorful that you know they just didn’t throw a few slices on
a bake sheet and pop it in the over. There was definitely something else going
pretty impressive. My wine or water glass was never empty – one of the servers
was always making sure they were full.
It’s also just a cute little place in general. You would never know a New York City-like restaurant was inside by look at it from the exterior.
had was excellent.