A couple of weeks ago, both me and Jamie were very kindly invited down to Kaspas Leeds to come and check out some of their delicious desserts, and after having a fantastic time stuffing our faces full of incredibly tasty food and drink, I thought that I would tell you all about it.
What is Kaspas Leeds?
Kaspas Leeds, is a dessert house that serves a wide range of both hot and cold desserts, including Sundaes, Waffles, Crepes, Cakes, Puddings, Hot Drinks, Bubble Tea’s, Milkshakes and Smoothies, in Leeds City Centre.
What happened when I visited Kaspas Leeds.
Once we had both arrived in Leeds, and had done a little bit of shopping, we eventually headed to Kaspas Leeds, which is located inside The Core Leeds, next to HMV and opposite Levi’s, in Leeds City Centre.
Once we had walked into the beautiful American Diner styled restaurant, we were both very kindly greeted by one of their friendly staff members, who said hi, and showed us to a massive booth opposite the counter. He then asked us if we had ever been before, to which we said that we hadn’t, and he said that once we had decided what we would like, we just had to go over to the counter, give them our table number and order, and that they would bring everything over once it was ready. We then spent a couple of minutes looking at all of the delicious food and drink that was on the menu, before Jamie went over to the counter to place our order.
Jamie decided to order their Honey and Cinnamon Pudding with Vanilla Ice Cream and their Kinder Bueno Chocolate Bar Milkshake, and I decided to ordered their Hot Apple Crumble with Twix Ice Cream and their Kinder Bueno White Chocolate Bar Milkshake, as we both thought that they sounded really nice. We also ordered one of their Oreo Cookie Base’s to take away with us, and after about ten or so minutes of us both chatting, all of the delicious food and drink started to arrive.
What I had to eat and drink at Kaspas Leeds.
The first thing that I had to eat and drink was their Hot Apple Crumble, which was slices of juicy Apple inside a light shortcrust base and topped with Crumble pieces, served with Twix Ice Cream.
I absolutely loved this, as even though it was more of an Apple Crumble Tart rather than a traditional Apple Crumble, I thought that the base was beautifully cooked and had a gorgeous light crunch to it, that the Apple was soft without being mushy and had a very light sprinkling of Cinnamon to it that was only just noticeable, and that the Crumble pieces were soft in the middle with a light crunch around the edges of them. I also really liked the Twix Ice Cream, as even though it was incredibly sweet, I thought that it’s mix of Chocolate Ice Cream, that was more like a Gelato than an Ice Cream, Biscuit pieces, and Caramel sauce, went beautifully with the Hot Apple Crumble.
The next thing that I had to eat and drink was their Kinder Bueno White Chocolate Bar Milkshake, which was pieces of Kinder Bueno White blended with Milk and topped with Whipped Cream.
I absolutely loved this, as even though it was incredibly heavy, I thought that it’s mix of Kinder Bueno White, Milk, and Whipped Cream made it taste like I was drinking a liquid Kinder Bueno White Chocolate Bar. I also really liked it because it contained decent sized pieces of Kinder Bueno White, rather than just tasting like one.
The next thing that I had to eat and drink was their Honey and Cinnamon Pudding, which was soft Honey and Cinnamon sponge topped with rich Butterscotch sauce, served with Vanilla Ice Cream.
I really liked this, as even though it was more like a Cinnamon Pudding rather than a Honey and Cinnamon one, I thought that the sponge was incredibly moist and was doused in so much Cinnamon and Butterscotch sauce that it left my mouth feeling incredibly sticky. I also really liked the Vanilla Ice Cream, as I thought that it’s creamy taste went perfectly with the slight spiciness of the Cinnamon.
The next thing that I had to eat and drink was their Kinder Bueno Chocolate Bar Milkshake, which was pieces of Kinder Bueno blended with Milk and topped with Whipped Cream.
I really liked this, as even though it was incredibly heavy, I again thought that it’s mix of Kinder Bueno, Milk, and Whipped Cream made it taste just like I was drinking a liquid Kinder Bueno Chocolate Bar. I also really liked this because it contained decent sized pieces of Kinder Bueno, rather than just tasting like one.
The last and final thing that I had to eat and drink was their Oreo Cookie Base, which was an Oreo Cookie universe of white and milk Chocolate cream and Oreo chunks, drizzled in Dark Chocolate sauce.
I really liked this, as I thought that it was absolutely jam packed full of Chocolate, and was basically an incredibly decadent Chocolate Moose Pudding with an Oreo Cookie crumb base. I also really liked it because it had little crumbs of Oreo Cookies running all the way through it, and I thought that the dark Chocolate sauce added a nice touch of bitterness to all of the Oreo Cookie pieces and milk and white Chocolate Cream.
Then once we had both finally finished demolishing all of the delicious food and drink, we just sat and chatted for a couple of minutes before eventually deciding that it was time to head off. So we said our thank you’s and goodbye’s to all of the amazing staff, and headed off back into Leeds to catch our train.
I had an amazing time checking out all of the delicious food and drink at Kaspas Leeds, and if you would like to find out more about them, including what else is on their menu and where you can find some of their other locations, then you can find Kaspas Leeds online here.
Have you visited Kaspas Leeds yet? What did you order? What’s your favourite dessert? Please let me know down below.