Travelled all the way down from Bradford to Birmingham for the Japanese cheese cake, as this was the nearest. Went in the shop with my family as we all were super excited to try the cheese cake. So we decided to buy the small one and give it a try and if we all enjoyed it than we can buy the big cheese cake. And what a dissapointment, the cheese cake was hard and flaky, lack of taste, felt like rubber and stodgy. We as a family felt our hearts sank with dissapointment, defiantly not worth the money and the travel, will not recommend to anyone to waste their money and will not return, guess the only way we can enjoy the Japanese cheese cake would be in Japan. I am so glad found Japanese cheesecake although its very expensive for cheesecake, the irony part is the service pretty sad for Happy Lemon. Traditional Asian bubble tea house serving a limited selection of Japanese style fluffy cheesecake. This is one of the few places that sells them.
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We dropped in for lunch 2 weeks ago and ordered an octopus salad nicoise and duck spring rolls from the specials menu. The salad nicoise was totally uninspiring, drowned in olive oil and lacking the cut needed from lemon and vinegar to make it refreshing. The octopus was tough and cold. The duck spring rolls lacked any depth or flavour.
The Blue Mountains town of Bilpin, at just 1. From the brand new High Hopes Roadhouse by chef Sean Moran to wonderful cideries and shops you can spend a leisurely day eating and shopping here. A few years ago Bilpin and the winding Bells Line of Road along the Eastern Blue Mountains had some apple orchards, a couple of shops selling apple pies and juice but much has changed in the town over the last few years. As we pull up to High Hopes Roadhouse there's a cluster of shops from a bakery, gift store and hell if you need mulch and hay there's a shop that sells that too. At 1pm we blow in with the bitterly cold wind that is tempered somewhat by the glorious winter sunshine. We sign in and anti bac our hands because it's There is an indoor and outdoor eating area and Michael invites us to choose a table. Attached to the eatery is a sweets shop, currently a work in progress with a collection of old fashioned sweets. The couple's Bilpin Farm just one kilometre away supplies the roadhouse with plenty of produce from the eggs, vegetables, lamb, pork, chicken and beef.