Remembering that day we visited Eat Confetti now, I had to leave the very next morning for my hometown as my exams just got over. Before going home I was on a food tasting spree literally back to back. First Repete brewery friday night. Then Norfest the for brunch. Then Eat Confetti in the evening and ending with Indian foodies Hub. Damn, that was one of the best weekends ?, especially a treat after exams ?.
Eat Confetti is a small dessert outlet in jubilee hills beside Wich Way. They serve colourful cotton candy desserts, presented in innovative ways. Stepping into this place definitely rekindled the childhood memories. There is one small cotton candy making machine on the side which drives a lot of attention. It is not a big space, it actually got kind of difficult to find a free spot to stand. Lot of people were actually eating outside only. We did face a bit of trouble locating the place too.
The first feeling entering into Eat Confetti was Pretty! Pretty! Pretty! Everything looked so pretty and it gave me a sugar rush just by looking at the stuff. The place is absolutely picture perfect from all angles. We ordered:
Mount Confetti Choco Oreo: This is basically chocolate oreo shake topped with different layers of different flavored sugar candies, with different options of candies like jellies, choco pie etc. over the cotton candies. The shake was pretty tasty. But finishing the whole dessert is not a one person thing, unless you are a hardcore sugar rush lover. So, I would suggest 2-3 people to share it for not getting too much sugar rush.
Candy Floss Burrito: This was basically burrito made with different sugar candies, and the filling inside the burrito is the ice cream, sprinkled with colorful confetti on top. A1 presentation. The same thing here, not something one person can eat, but they serve it in 2 portions, cutting the burrito to half. So, a great dessert for 2 people. And tasted pretty good.
All in all this is actually a great place to take your kids, all the kids would definitely love these confetti desserts. For adults, do make a trip here for that kid inside of you, but I would suggest coming in groups and share the desserts, eating a whole dish by yourself would be a lot of sugar rush.
They have also introduced an amazing confetti cake which is filled with colorful sprinkles and other sweet bombs when cut open. Perfect for kids birthdays ?.