Trying to find a perfect sweet treat to get mom for Mother’s Day? Or maybe looking for a flowery dish that screams spring is here?
Well, look no further. You won’t find anything quite like this.
At Momoya SoHo, they have created what has been called “The Most Complicated Dessert in New York.” It is the Haru Ranman spring parfait.
While it looks like a work of art, yes you can actually eat it. The Nolita restaurant’s dessert translates to “Spring into Bloom,” and is part of their seasonal parfait rotation, which is curated by Executive Pastry Chef Norie Uematsu at the start of each season.
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