Plan B – Banana Custard Tart
Plan B’s Banana Custard Tart will take you to the climax you are after!
If you’ve eaten Bécasse’s banana crème brulée dessert (see bécasse entry) and moaned over this then you will know what i’m on about. This is by far the nicest banana tart you’ll ever find. I knew I was in instant love when the first spoon went in my mouth. This is some serious deadly good lovin’ moan worthy stuff that is bound to blow any girl off her chair.
Banana Custard Tart
Delicious short crust buttery base with sweet crumbly peanut brittle and salty peanuts sprinkled on the creamy banana custard. Under neath the custard is a thin layer of caramalised rum infused banana which is a surprise I didn’t expect. For the record, the custard isn’t like any normal custard in a regular tart, its actually like eating a creme brulee.
Rum Infused Banana
Thought I’d show you a photo of the rum infused banana which is embedded on the bottom of the tart. I wanted you all to experience what I experienced when I first picked this with my fork. Its like finding gold in a mine.
While N and I bought the remaining tarts, this cheesecake was calling me to buy it and try it especially since the presentation of it was one that I could not resist.
Vanilla Bean Cheesecake
Very light cheesecake that doesn’t make you feel guilty. Its soo light its almost like eating a creamy mousse only a tad heavier with a subtle yogurt taste. Vanilla bean extracts are embedded through the cheesecake and the biscuit base is light and crunchy. The blueberries are fresh (as you can see from the image), and delicious golden cubes are pears which seem to be soaked / marinated in a sugar syrup of some sort. – Perfect way to enjoy afternoon tea.
There’s no point going to Plan B if your not going to have their signature burgers. This seems to be a popular one with the boys.
Wagyu Beef Burger
Huge burger which makes it a blokey burger! No way I could stomach a whole one of these so N and I went half. The wagyu beef isn’t dense its a really soft, moist patty that crumbles and melts when you eat it. The patty is one of a kind and its not one to be dry. It comes with melted cheese, rocket and beetroot. First thing I noticed about the beetroot is that It didn’t taste like it was from a can as you could taste the earthiness of it. – Fantastic!!!
Lamb Sausage Rolls
N heard great things about the sausage rolls so we went half. My god the sausage rolls are good! The pastry was buttery and flakey. The sasuage roll came with a tomato chutney with caramelised onions.
The lamb is soft, almost like lamb that was slowly cooked. Its not minced, and you can tell that its actually good quality meat. Its fairly expensive for a sausage roll ($7) but judging from the filling it pretty much explains why.
Plan B – By Bécasse
204 Clarence Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
P: (02) 9283 3450