Nova Scotia’s Sweet Spots

Dessert. What a beautiful word. It’s so magical to find that perfect place to enjoy a sweet, delectable treat after a long week. Your never-ending search for the best dessert spots in Nova Scotia is about to get a lot easier. We’ve collected six of our favourite sweet, stunning desserts for you to savour. Melt away your worries with some of these innovative and hand-crafted gems from restaurants across Nova Scotia.

Lot Six: Maple Sugar Pie 

Lot Six puts an even more Canadian twist on the traditional sugar pie. The rich, flaky crust of this mini pie cradles a creamy, authentic maple filling. It comes fresh out of the oven with a side of buttery maple ice cream. The hot/cold combination fills your mouth (and heart) with pure joy. Be sure to check out the rest of their brand-new dessert menu, including their Vegan Pavlova.

2 Doors Down: Salted Caramel Cheesecake

Is there anything better than cheesecake? The answer’s yes- it’s 2 Doors Down’s Salted Caramel Cheesecake. This smooth vanilla bean cheesecake is topped with a generous drizzle of caramel, and sprinkled with chocolate-covered cornflakes. The resulting crunch adds a surprising pop to this perfectly balanced dessert.

Crystany’s Brasserie: Chocolate Cake

This cake from Crystany’s Brasserie is new on the menu and ready to amaze. It’s everything a classic german-styled chocolate cake should be. It’s moist, warm, decadent, and topped with ice cream and fresh mint. The real stunner is that this chocolate-lover’s paradise is 100 per cent gluten free, just like everything else coming out of their kitchen. This generous portion of perfection might be too good to share!

Blomidon Inn: Banana Tarte Tatin

This new launch from Blomidon Inn is sure to make you go bananas. This upside-down caramelized banana tart is crowned with a fluffy coconut mousse, crunchy almond tuile, and a mound of guava sorbet. No matter what the weather has in store, this tropical-inspired treat will transport you to a sunny summer’s day.

The Port Pub: Frozen Peanut Butter Pie

Still craving pie? This Frozen Peanut Butter Pie from The Port Pub will perk you up on even the hottest summer days. A palette of caramel, mint, fresh berries and fluffy whipped cream turn this decedent pie into a true masterpiece.

Le Caveau Restaurant: Haitian Chocolate Pot De Creme

Here’s another one for chocolate lovers. This silky chocolate custard would be amazing on its own. However, the talent at Le Caveau Restaurant at Grand Pré Winery went the extra mile and added dreamy Chantilly cream, fresh seasonal berries and crushed pistachios. The exquisite flavour profile is perfect for the sophisticated palate, or if you just love all things chocolate.

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