If you’re living in Mumbai, you know that the when it comes to food, options are endless. Anyone who lives in the city knows that the restaurant and street food culture here is pretty on point and if you’re looking for something specific you’re sure to find it in the city. But for an average conscious eater, the options are still a little restrictive.

Say, if you’re watching what you put into your body and craving for an indulgent dessert at the same time, the probability is that you would either suppress the craving or would end up eating something that’ll satisfy you for a minute and guilt trip you the entire week.

The answer to this unending dilemma is ‘Toulouse’ by La Folie Lab. A perfect dessert which is not just indulgent but sugar free and gluten free!

What is the ‘Toulouse’?

The Toulouse is a dessert dome, delicately prepared and arranged to bring a beautiful balance to a decadent dessert which will make your mouth water irresistibly. A beautiful brick red dessert dome, made with a combination of a light and fluffy gluten free almond cake layered with a rich dark chocolate bavarian mousse. The already sinful concoction is then enriched by a luxurious cremeux made with a blend of refreshing earl grey and chocolate flavours. This blend delivering a soft, silky, velvety mouthfeel to the dessert.

The entire thing is then enhanced some more with a blend of forest berries, and topped with a delicate edible flower and chocolate garnish.

Simply put, the dessert is a wonderfully creamy, luxurious and overall tasty combination which is a must try for people living in Bandra. So head to the La Folie Lab at Hill Road and indulge in the wonderful dessert.

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