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Thursday
Dec312009

Sweet Love: A Dessert Crush on The Night Kitchen, Seattle

 

Like, OMG. There are so many reasons to love the very idea of newly-opened The Night Kitchen in Seattle. There's the fact that they are, literally, a night kitchen--their hours are 6 p.m. - 9 a.m. (closed Monday night - Tues. morning). There's the fact that they're serving up creative, gourmet yet homey dishes--at very affordable prices.

 

But most imporantly, there's the dessert menu. Since none of the Cake Gumshoes have yet visited, for now let's just review the dessert list ("served anytime") and dream (copied directly from their site):

Cassis Bombe
Cassis mousse, Fresh berries, Cassis glaze, Chocolate financier sponge, Dark chocolate fan

Butter Pecan Ice Cream
Candied pecan, Maker's Mark Butter Caramel

Key Lime Pie
Buttery graham crust, Key Lime custard, Lime zest chantilly

Apple and Egg Nog Cheesecake
Buttery graham crust, Egg nog and neufchatel custard, Spiced poached braeburn apple (with optional Maker's Mark Butter Caramel)

Matcha Cream Puff
Pate a choux, Matcha mousseline, Matcha and powder sugar sprinkle

Dark Chocolate Truffle Flight
Valrhona 72% Guanaja, Shredded Coconut, Hazelnut Brittle, Demarara Sugar, White and Black Sesame, Cocoa Powder

Decadent Chocolate Layer Cake
Chocolate sponge, Smooth chocolate ganache, Chocolate chantilly, Dark chocolate curls

Miniature Torte Noisette
Printed Joconde sponge, Italian meringue swirl, Hazelnut Mousse, Hazelnut Brittle

What are you waiting for? Get yourself to The Night Kitchen after dark!

The Night Kitchen, 216 Stewart St., Seattle, WA; online at nightkitchenseattle.com

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Reader Comments (5)

Yum! I'd go in my PJs.

January 5 | Unregistered Commenterjamieofalltrades

That's pretty gutsy - I wouldn't want to be down there at 3 am, but for Apple and Egg Nog Cheesecake I just might be!

January 5 | Unregistered CommenterTiffany S.

Sounds all too exciting. Except 1 problem. LA is pretty far away from Seattle and the next time I'll be in town may be awhile.

I'm ready to hop on a plane now!

January 5 | Unregistered CommenterMP

Oh my god, that's only like two blocks from my house!!!???/ WHAT!!!!

January 6 | Unregistered CommenterRosalie
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