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Posted by Anonymous on 2012-11-26
Had the jack Daniels bread pudding - was amazing! The pecans on top were great. One of the best I've had.
Other desserts looked great as well and will probably be back to try those.
Posted by Ankita on 2011-03-22
Good (but not exceptional) desserts in a very cramped location. There are much better options in the city - Dessert Truck Works, Bruno's or Amy's Bread. Try them instead!
Posted by very orange on 2010-06-22
I stopped by this sweet little spot on Wednesday & picked a few things. To make a short story even shorter, the cupcakes are good. I wasn't too thrilled w/ the pudding cups, but that's just me and you should still try them.
Posted by Dessert Lover on 2010-03-16
It's the best in NYC, sitting by the bar and having the chef/owner prepare your dessert right in front of your eyes is amazing. The food portions are small but Very tasty. It is a bit pricey, but worth it for that special occasion and after a nice meal
Posted by atruefatty on 2009-01-08
This is one of my favorite dessert places. I've been coming here for 2 years. I haven't tried any of the desserts more than once since the menu changes quite often. It seems to change according to what's in season so it's fresh. The cheesecake and ch
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-03
Warning: Eating here once will raise your expectations for what desserts should be for the rest of your life. Absolutely delightful -- the dessert wine pairings, the tea, the coffee, and above all CHIKA. She is a genius when it comes to combining flavor
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-01-08
I went here for a first date with my now boyfriend. The food was amazing, very tasty and def satisfied my sweet tooth, The only negative part about this was the wait, and having to do that outside. Although it was very entertaining, there is an apartment
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-01-02
Chikalicious isn't for everybody. If you are looking for Friendly's, this isn't it. This isn't about eating sugar til you're sick, it's about a small bite of something tasty and interesting, made by the owner and not a concept with a hired chef. How could