A restaurant that only sells desserts? Sounds incredible.
Up until a year ago it was very rare to find a restaurant that sells only desserts. Recently, people have been shocked by the amount of dessert restaurants that have been opening. This article by the MEN talks about how desert cafe MilkJam first opened their store and the unique desserts that they include.
Being a student myself, craving a dessert is more of a regular occurrence than you would think. From insane milkshakes to 12 inch cookie doughs; Manchester has it all. Manchester has so many choices of dessert bars to visit, a simple look on trip advisor is not always student friendly. For me, I had two major necessities when it came to picking what dessert restaurants I wanted to eat at: cheap as chips and as close as possible.
My Favourite Desert Places:
Black Milk – Black Milk, originally a cereal bar, now offers a range of desserts. The milkshakes are my personal favourite. Although they start at £4.95, once you start adding on cookies, whipped cream, marshmallows and all the other goodies available the price can start going up to £10.
Ice Stone Gelato – Located directly opposite Manchester Metropolitan University, Ice Stone Gelato is the perfect place to spend your 2 hour break between lectures. The most intriguing part about Ice Stone Gelato is the numerous ice cream flavours that are on display. It’s almost impossible to walk past with out being attracted to the brightly coloured ice cream.
Flurries and Shakes delivery via JustEat – Now, this is the perfect lazy student dessert. Sitting in your flat in your pyjamas and wanting to go out is always a struggle. However, I found the perfect solution to this – simply order from JustEat.
In this article written by The Independent, it talks about the ‘craze for dessert-only dining is growing.’ I think that the dessert restaurants are going to continue growing and they will begin to rival each other as more in the same area start to grow. Who doesn’t want to enjoy a delicious desert every now and then?