Chef Pichet Ong rocks his 100% original style at his own dessert bar. -Seth Caro, Top Chef Just Desserts
When I took the first bite of chocolate green tea lava cake, it spurted warm gooey deliciousness everywhere. So did I.
They brought soft cheesecake with blueberry compote, oranges and passionfruit foam, and mini cupcakes (Green Tea, Coffee, Coconut, and Mocha) to Choice Eats- sweet and delicious!
Coconut Almond Nutella Macaroon: Many say that macaroons are the new cupcakes. When you taste this awesome East Village delight you might understand why.
Bring a condom. Things might get a bit too orgasmic.
Get lava cake, green tiramisu and golden toast as a combo
Try the Chocolate Banana Pudding and spot it on Foodspotting!
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For green tea lovers: Green tea lava cake, green tea-ramisu, matcha slush, and take a green tea macaron to-go.
Chocolate green tea lava cake rocks
Green tea chocolate lava cake SO GOOD
Dessert omakase is a little of an over-kill, but do get the Chocolate Lava and Kabocha Brulee Cake.
They have gigantic macarons here! Fist-sized macarons.
Condensed Milk Ice Cream is a amazing. Million times better than Momofuku Milk Bar
Love the unconventional dessert flavors here. Green tea lava cake is by far a favorite, but all the tapas are amazing - so get a bunch with your friends and share!
Get the smile, it's free.
Smoked coco cheese cake to die for !!!!!
greentea greentea green tea ice cream with...u know...
The Eskimo dessert and mocha cupcakes with hot ovaltin
The green tea lava cake was melt in your mouth delicious. So moist and warm offset by cold refreshing green tea ice cream! Also winners: green tea macaron and lychee matcha tea!
Green tea chocolate lava cake is pure heaven
Great place for a group of friends (like 6 people) to get together and splitting 5 desert tapas, three macarons, & two icecream a/sorbets on a weeknight
Fun, casual spot to end a date night. Hopefully you aren't caught in a long line. Get the Eskimo.
Try the Thai Ice Tea Creme Brulee (via @Foodspotting)
Unique desserts quite unlike anywhere else. Get the coconut cheesecake only if you like coconut, they don't skimp! The Thai iced tea Creme brûlée is interesting in its presentation, and tasty!
Let's just say they have some pretty unique desserts!
The omakase is awesome, but for two people it is quite the gastro-challenge! Bring friends!
The new waiter with the shaved head is cute.. .
I love The Spot, Pichet's new place!
Nice new Vietnamese tea n ice cream place. My 1st NYC apt is upstairs.
Desserts are ok here, not worth waiting 30min for...
The chocolate green tea lava cake was absolutely delicious!
The golden toast!! It's a must have
DELICIOUS DESSERTS! EAT ALL OF THEM!
We love their dark chocolate cake with green tea buttercream, the classic coconut, and the apple crumb cupcakes. And when available, banana walnut cupcakes should be at the top of your list.
Get the macarons and coffee cupcakes!
I love this place. So far I've tried the Thai creme brûlée, green tearamisu, green tea cake, sweet potato cake and golden toast and I recommend them all! The Thai tea is really great too :)
There is almost always a line. Parties of 2 is the best size :)
Green tea molten lava cake is a must try! Loved it so much that I got seconds.
Desserts with an Asian twist, the choices are hard to resist. Go for the tapas option and order 3 or more. The Chocolate Green Tea Lava is one of the best, and the Green Tearamisu is creatively tasty.
Thai tea creme brulee and soft cheesecake = AWESOME! The chocolate green tea ice cream lava is not bad but I will skip the Yuzu Eskimo.
Cookies and cupcakes are half off an hour before closing.
A NYC treasure that tops more well-known dessert places. Pichet changes the menu seasonally, so the awesome rice pudding was no longer there, but every tapas item is always a phenomenal surprise.
Try the Deconstructed Cheesecake (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Green Tea-Ramisu (via @Foodspotting)
Tiramisu was terrible, slow and rude service. Not worth it at all.