Any suggestion for a restaurant / cake shop that serves really good panna cotta?
I’ve been dying to eat one and I just want one where I can have a slices for take-away.
A slice of panna cotta? Somebody is doing it wrong. Should be a solid, but definitely not “firm”. In any event it is mostly made in single-serve moulds so you’d take an entire one for take away. But sorry, can’t recommend a patisserie that makes them unless they are on the menu at the Flute, or perhaps at Sfoglia.
Deserts like this really aren’t that hard to make, and I think the DIY route is going to be your best bet at getting something like this to eat at home. Your options probably are make it yourself, settle for a mass produced version from a supermarket fridge, or splash out on dinner in a restaurant that serves it.
‘Slice’ of panna cotta?
If you mean a pot of that lovely light creamy dessert, the best by far is the Italian cake stall at EPIC markets (worth hanging out until Saturday morning for). If you mean a slice of dense, fruity, nutty panna forte, you cannot go past Cornicopia in Braddon ( except Mondays when I think they are closed).
Ellacure in Bruce do a mighty fine Panna Cotta. I’m unsure though if we are talking about the same thing cause I’ve never heard of it coming in slice form?
oh yeah sorry. a pot of panna cotta…
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