Triple Chocolate Cake
Four layers of moist chocolate cake, chocolate
ganache frosting and topped with a mocha mousse
In the past when we’ve vacationed in Florida, we’ve tended to eat at the same restaurants that we know and like. I really wanted to go to some new places on this visit and looked up some restaurants that had good reviews. One of those was Tommy Bahamas. It had about 4.5 out of 5 stars and people couldn’t say enough good things about it, despite the fact that it was a chain. So we tried it and wow, what amazing food! We had a variety of things from fish tacos to coconut shrimp, chicken and cuban sandwiches to ahi tuna salad. Of course after we had our fill of all this food, we decided to splurge on desserts (oh, I should mention that it wasn’t just me and Jeremy on this trip…there were six of us so we had plenty of people to help us pig out).
Key West Key Lime Pie
The real deal! Fresh and tart, made with real key limes.
These desserts were all made-from-scratch and absolutely delicious! We couldn’t pick just one or two so we chose all except one, which was four desserts. I thought my favorite would be the Key Lime Pie and while it was absolutely delicious, the Triple Chocolate Cake ended up the #1 dessert on my list and I think everyone else felt the same way. It was divine! The chocolate cake reminded me of wacky cake and the mousse was thick and not too sweet, just pure chocolate goodness. Oh, you’re wondering what a wacky cake is? Hmmm, well it’s a chocolate cake that is made a little differently than most chocolate cakes. Not to worry, I’ll make one and do a post on it in the near future. Purely for educational purposes, of course.
Creamy, rich, vanilla & scotch whiskey flavored
pudding with chocolate ganache, “from scratch”
caramel sauce & fresh whipped cream.
The Pina Colada cake was also delicious…I loved the toasted coconut and hint of rum that had soaked into the cake layers. And the Blackbeard’s Butterscotch was the first time I had butterscotch pudding not made from a box and wow, awesome. I’m already looking up recipes so I can recreate it at home.
Piña Colada Cake
Moist vanilla layer cake with Myers Dark Rum,
chopped pineapple, white chocolate mousse &
They have restaurants in a few different states so click here to see if one is near you and visit immediately! And unless you go with a group, try not to order all the desserts at once….