Contrary to how they appear, these dessert plants are not actually made from organic matter. Japanese eatery Oliver Maki, which is based in London, is known for using unique ingredients and techniques to great an interesting and dynamic culinary experience for visitors with its artisanal sweets. In addition to its delicious menu, the restaurant's dessert plants are best-sellers that are coveted by aesthetics-focused foodies.
The restaurant offers a matcha tiramisu dessert that looks exactly like a plant terrarium. It features a small round base with edible chocolate rocks and the appearance of moss, as well as a stick that comes out of the top. The dessert is topped with a curved glass cover and its base is actually made of coffee and matcha cream -- a tasty combination that blends sweet and subtle flavors.
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