Unicorn Patisserie specializes in intricate French pastries and cakes. Every edible creation here is a work of art, and certainly looks like one too.
Front and centre here are an array of fruit-shaped cakes. This is a tren that apparently started in Paris around 2018. These small morsels are delicious with flavours that taste like the fruit they represent.
The Apple of Eden ($10.75) is a light apple-shaped cake containing low-fat yogurt mousse and apple puree within a crisp chocolate apple outer shell. It's not too sweet, but it is satisfying.
Elle ($10.75) is a white chocolate mousse cake filled with Bartlett pear and lychee jelly within a Cacao Barry chocolate pear outer shell.
The Encounter ($10.75) is filled with orange mousse, grapefruit, orange, and honey inside a crisp orange chocolate shell.
La Bella ($10.75) is a complex 7-layer cake with pineapple mousse as its base flavour.
To drink I liked the Sparkling Red ($4.99) which contains strawberry puree, mint, and sparkling water.
For tea lovers, Unicorn Patisserie serves Lupicia Tea, a popular and hard-to-find Japanese fresh tea brand.
Their Momo Oolong Tea ($9.99) is peach-flavoured and delicate, a perfect complement to their dainty pastries.