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Saturday, December 14, 2013

Bosie Tea Parlor

10 Morton Street
New York City, NY 10014
(212) 352-9900

There are so many great little places in this neighbourhood! Not far from bisous ciao and Sugar and Plumm is Bosie Tea Parlor. An actual sit down place where you can enjoy some savoury dishes and have your dessert too.
We headed straight for the display counter (we were pretty full from lunch still, plus we didn't have reservations and all the tables were taken) to pick our macarons.
They offer some great flavour combinations that we hadn't seen in the other stores. I think with so much competition in the city, they have to create something unique or different from the many dessert spots. Don't think I didn't notice the pastry in the bottom row. I saw the Ispahan (rose macaron, rose buttercream, lychee, and fresh raspberry) and skipped for joy. However, it's not something I would takeout as we were still sightseeing after picking up the macarons. But knowing that I could one day return and try it made me very, very happy. Also on their pastry menu is an Earl Grey Mille Crêpes that sounds worthy of a repeat visit.
As we mentioned, you can have a meal here. They offer tea services, lunch, weekend brunch, and dinner.
From the top going counter clockwise: Bacon and Maple Syrup, Peanut Butter and Jelly, and Raspberry Yuzu macarons. The shells are decorated with edible glitter and they sometimes blend two colours to help differentiate the flavours. How was the Bacon and Maple Syrup? It was fun, you already know what to expect with bacon, and it created an interesting mix of savoury and sweet.

1 comment:

  1. After seeing this Tammy pics, my mouth is getting watering.