Häagen-Dazs | Decadent Indulgence but I have never really emphasized on the ‘Eat’ part in my blog. So this time, after visiting Häagen-Dazs and loving every bit of sinful ice cream. I thought I’d do a photo blog about ’em extravagant ice-creams. Tried some of the “Signature Creations” they have.
Here we go! Shall we?
The name Häagen-Dazs means absolutely nothing.
A gorgeous plate full of macaroons, cakes, waffles, crepe slices and an assortment of mini scoops of Belgian chocolate, Cookies and Cream, Classic Vanilla and Strawberry ice-cream with melting dark chocolate & caramel sauce.This dish is delectable and you just cannot stop at one bite.
We tried European and Classic Fondues both. (Of course on different occasions)
Brooklyn Bridge – Sinful scoops of Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry ice-cream encased in a chocolate bridge. Presentation-wise this creation is impressive. What are you waiting for? Just bite into the Brooklyn Bridge!!
Paradise– Crunchy waffles topped with oozing Chocolate sauce and Caramel Biscuit with Cream<3
No I don’t believe in sharing! 😛
But there’s always room for desserts! Isn’t it! 🙂
This place is a luxury, you can afford once in a while. I was lucky enough to get treats every now and then. 😉
P.S. It is ideal if you are a group of four to five ice-cream lovers with nary a care about piling on the kilos. *Highly Preferred*
So all in all, if you are an ardent lover of chocolates and ice-creams and are willing to spend, this one is a must go to place. Häagen-Dazs is a marvel of ice-creams!!
Sorry if this post made you hungry :p because it made me.
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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do by the ones you did. So Throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.
Explore. Dream. Discover – Mark Twain
After celebrating Christmas together, while returning back Charmi asked “What’s our plan this new year”? Usual house party or clubbing? having thought about it for a while, I said “Let’s Go On A Road trip” The glee in her eyes said that her answer was surely yes. I came back to my place all pumped up, started surfing for places where we could possibly go. Amongst all the places I thought a visit to a not so nearby hill station would be perfect to bring in new year’s eve. I called her up and said lets go to “Mahabaleshwar”
Grand Canyon of Maharashtra! 😉
We started our trip at around 6:30 in the morning. Driving on the empty roads (that are usually jam packed during the peak hours) was refreshing. Mumbai mornings are just so serene. After listening to our road trip playlist twice and exhausting all the snacks we bought at the pit stop. I enjoyed driving through Western ghats we finally reached Mahabaleshwar at around 12 in afternoon.We checked in a resort named Dreamland.
We explored the property for rest of the afternoon and we found out that the place totally did justice to its name. The gardens, beautiful cottages, yellow, bright pink & purple flowers with myriad hues greeted us. A pleasant atmosphere for a cozy stay. The best way to explore dreamland is to rent bicycles which are available at the reception. The food served in dreamland is fresh and delicious at the same time.They have their own farm wherein they grow organic vegetables and fruits. After having a filling lunch we decided to explore the local market of Mahabaleshwar. Amidst all the local stores we found a shop named Nayan Arts where you get to see antiques and paintings. You can surely think of buying souvenirs from this shop or something for your home
We ended our night listening to soulful songs & ghazals along with the dinner that was being served poolside. After a long and tiring day this was pretty much needed! Next morning we woke up to an invitation card for our new years party that read..
This card had actually left us intrigued. We were both excited as well as curious and were looking forward to an amazing night. Entire staff team was busy decorating the pool side area as per the theme and were working hard to actually recreate an evening in paris. The party actually began right in the afternoon where they had organised a scavanger hunt along with other fun games. After having a fun-filled afternoon we headed back to our room for getting ready.We popped up (Champagne) Sparkling wine and celebrated last day of 2016. Then headed for the new year’s party all decked up. We were then escorted to the table by one of the staff member which was just next to the pool. We were lucky enough! Drinks and starters were served at the table and the dance floor was open. We had an open bar where we could order cocktails, mocktails and shots. After some drinks it was time for us to hit the dance floor, ready to rock and roll. It was a night to remember with the countdown for New Year.The party got mad after 12 am when the bartenders actually came on the dance floor with tequila bottles and randomly caught everyone. Literally made us drink it until our mouth was full. We danced till the wee hours. This was one of the most memorable new years’s eve party.
Next afternoon we just wanted to relax and what better way to refresh than to get yourself a spa appointment. Swedish massage came to our rescue.
Green Tea at the end.
In the evening we decided to have a little adventure as it was our last day so we went Go-Karting and also Ziplined through the hills. The Go-Kart tracks at red-button were a replica of ghats and were exciting enough for the people who are an adventure junkie. We decided to catch the sunset by the venna lake where we booked a private boat.That is the perfect time to go boating. After the sunset the gaming zone comes to life where there are old school games to keep you entertained and bring back your childhood memories. Afzal’s corn pattice and freshstrawberry cream are a speciality and are yummy!!
While returning back to Mumbai we visited mapro gardens for picking up fresh strawberries and raw honey. Wood fired pizzas at mapro are a must have. We also took a detour for our last go karting session (quick adrenaline rush) and came back with a bag full of memories. That’s about our mini vacation.
So do you want to witness cold crisp morning’s? Then Mahabaleshwar is the place to be. Old world charm plus modernity and natural beauty.
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