The objective of stopping by Shibuya, apart from walking across the Shibuya crossing, is really to have desserts. Since she had such a good time at L’Occitane Cafe during her visit (read the post here), my mum texted earlier and told me to bring my brother to the cafe to let him “experience” the place.
So I returned to the cafe, once more.
My brother opted for the pudding Mama had tried previously (see post here).
My favorite dessert there is the Creme Brulee, but this time I got something slightly different. They were having this promotion for spring and introduced a new version — this one looked like it’s leveled up — topped with raspberries, strawberries, blueberries and ice-cream.
The creme brulee tasted just as heavenly as the normal one, but the extra topping made it better.
The damage? ¥1,900 (about RM60). Should have been cheaper if not for the seasonal Creme Brulee. A lot to pay for desserts, but worth it for the sake of experience.
There wasn’t enough time for us to explore the rest of Shibuya, but I figured that letting my brother see the core of it would suffice. Plus, we had another area to cover on the day.
Time to take the subway.