We snagged a few tables outside and placed our orders - while we were waiting, we played with an old jenga set that was available for patrons. I admit the jenga set was kind of gross -when a jenga set gets to the point where the wooden pieces get slimy, I think it's time to retire the set.
Anyways, the desserts came and everyone dug in...
Owen and Bryan got a funnel cake, each. They chose not to put any "extras" on it, but even when it's plain it's pretty nice. Whipped cream dots all around the edge of the plate, powdered sugar, fruity pebbles, and fudge drizzled all along the top. Any kind of fried dough is good dough, right?
Here's Derek's version of his funnel cake, with all the fixin's...strawberry ice cream, fresh cut strawberries, more of the fruity pebbles and whipped cream. This was definitely good for anyone with a sweet tooth, and he scraped his plate clean.
This was an order of the shaved ice - green tea macha style. It comes with sliced fruits (strawberry, kiwi, banana), a scoop of green tea ice cream, red bean, mochi bits, condensed milk and whipped cream. It was really nice and refreshing, and the mochi bits were definitely the best part - chewy, soaked up some of the sweetness from everything in the bowl. Shave ice is a really good dessert for me, I think - not too sweet, I love ice, and it's great to share.
This is Helen and Korean Ryan's order of strawberry shaved ice - a lot like mine except that there's strawberry ice cream instead of green tea.
This place was pretty good! I liked that we could chill and play board games if we wanted, and they provided blankets if you got cold. Nice little touches like that are very welcoming to guests.