It's the month of tropical fruit delicacies, from 15th March to 15th April, at The Deli at Novotel. Indulge in mouth-watering desserts that include home-made pastries, cakes, crunchy salads and thick shakes.
On offer are the Tiramasu cakes, Syllabub, Balncmange, Parfaits, Pavlova, Creme Brulee, Crepes, Tarts, Junket, Fondant and Fruit Buns. The exotic menu has Chocolate Fruit And Nut Cases, Pesche Al Forno, Lucky Star, Delicious Chocolate Creme Brulees, Garden of Spring, Ginger Souffle, Key Lime Gateau, Icy Longan with Osmanthus Frangan, Glazed Key Lime Cookies, Florida Citrus Balls, Chocolate Orange Mousse, and so on.
Tropical fruits have been eaten by humans for centuries, and certain fruits are in high demand all over the world. Tropical fruits originated in tropical and subtropical climates. In the tropics, the weather is warm and humid all the year, with heavy annual rainfall. Like most fruits and vegetables, tropical fruits provide essential vitamins, minerals, fiber and other substances that are important for good health.
Tropical fruits such as coconut, mango, papaya, banana, pineapple, guava and passion fruit, add color and variety to the diet. Others, like acai and pomegranate, are gaining immense popularity due to the healthy compounds present in them. Some obscure examples of tropical fruit include goji, soursop, lychee, acerola, sapote, jackfruit, custard apple and mangosteen.
Please contact 6682-4422 for further details.