I bought a half roll yesterday as I don't have sweets at home anymore.
I thought it was the usual chocolate caramel where it's made of chocolate sponge cake with caramel filling, but theirs was vanilla sponge cake with caramel filling coated in cream, glazed and decorated with chocolate. I don't know if they mixed up the names of the cakes on display or if that's just their version of chocolate caramel cake. Either way, the cake was light and okay-tasting, just wish it had more chocolate than the roll decoration and glaze.
Even if the location of the cafe was far from where I live nor the places I frequent, I still bought a deal as I so liked how it look on the photos.
When I got it it looked regal and was heavy for a small cake, but when I cut a slice, the layers of colors weren't as vibrant as on the photo. They were dull. As for the taste, it doesn't taste expensive. Honestly it tasted just like the sweetheart bread sold at neighborhood bakeries. But I like that bread so the taste of the cake is fine with me. But I wouldn't go out of my way again just to buy it or pay for its regular price.
My husband loves chocolate melting cake, that he eats one almost every night. And every time he calls, he never fails to mention about eating it. That got me curious as I love lava cake too. But I don't think I would be able to try it, unless I book a cruise at Carnival. So when I saw one at Conti's in Greenbelt, I bought a couple to try.
They were good, especially when warmed for a few seconds.