Tuesday, 1 December 2015

What the Fudge, Cabramatta

Continuing our Cabramatta eats at Pho Tau Bay, we headed over the What the Fudge for sweets. This was because I needed to also pop in for a uni assignment, killing two birds with one stone.

Gaytime frappe $6

First to arrive was the gaytime frappe, cousin P and I were excited for this, but knowing how freak shakes are we agreed to share this one. While it was a great frappe, with balanced flavours of chocolate, I did fail to find some gaytime resemblance.

Waffles $14.50

Waffles! Crunchy on the outside yet fluffy inside, and there is a generous amount of chocolate sauce, because one can never have enough. Fresh strawberries and slices of banana helped counterbalance this to becoming a healthier dessert.

Deep fried gaytime $13.50

In order to lure my aunts in with us, I had a conversation with aunty 7 prior. Knowing her weakness for all things crunchy, and her all time favourite gaytime…
“They have a deep fried gaytime!”
Her eyes does not disappoint as they widen with excitement, “Then it must be very crunchy!”

I’m glad it did not disappoint her in anyway. For the crumble around the gaytime had not lost any crunch in the process while being deep-fried. The pastry thin, yet crisp. The bits of chocolate balls and crumble sprinkled throughout the dessert gave a bonus added bite to the entire dessert. Definitely the winner dish at What the Fudge. I am anticipating to go back for the deep-fried gaytime freak shake.

We know the aunts enjoyed this meal, as before and during they kept reminding us how full they were, but they also kept spooning for more. They helped demolish everything, plates left sparkling clean.

What is your favourite type of foods?

What the Fudge
1/100 John Street


278A Canley Vale Road,
Canley Heights

What The Fudge Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

1 comment:

  1. Ha this place is hectic when it comes to desserts! The deep fried gaytime is pretty awesome too.