A crème anglaise is actually a light pouring custard made from sugar, egg yolks, hot milk and used as a dessert cream or sauce. While I like the prominent aroma of the jasmine, I feel that the usage of sugar on the plate was slightly heavy handed. Kudos to the wobbly smooth texture of the vanilla pudding but nay to the icy texture of the froyo. Perhaps my favourite item on this plate goes to matcha langue de chat aka cat tongue which has a nice hint of matcha. The other components on the plate did not go very well for me. The matcha souffle was slightly denser than I would like it to be while the mizu-yokan wasn’t really memorable.While getting some ice water to cleanse my palate after a round of overwhelming sweetness, I understand from one of the staff that I might have made the wrong choice of eclairs to have. She mentioned there are some eclairs which are not as sweet. Perhaps I would go back again to give it another try. As for the flavours that I have tried, thanks but no thanks, they are really too sweet for my liking. Well, food is a very subjective thing, perhaps for those who have sweet tooth, you might be more impressed than I do. If there is a must order here, my vote would goes to the tea selection here. They are from Lupicia. a leading Japanese brand. We had the apple green tea ($6) which is really aromatic and paired well with the desserts here.