A former Savers thrift department store is slowly transforming into another must-visit destination for fans of pan-Asian casual dining, with newly opened Sweet Talk launching a lengthy menu inspired by uncommon sweet and savory Cantonese favorites.
Located next door to the second local outpost of The Noodle Man and a few steps from the planned new home for Tbaar bubble tea, Sweet Talk has moved into 5130 Spring Mountain Road, next to Hauck Street and facing the better known Pacific Asian Plaza.
Easy to recognize inside the boldly purple-painted building, Sweet Talk diners can sit facing views of Spring Mountain, or at the handful of patio seats inside the remodeled department store space.
Designed with an eye for social media postings, beverages and desserts are prepared in reusable containers featuring Sweet Talk’s pig mascot.
On the menu, Chinese herbal jelly, including sea coconut and aloe herbal varieties, tofu custard, mango pomelo tapioca, and snow ice dishes including the durian ecstasy, taro ball snow mountain, and purple yam options.
Fruit noodle soup and fruit rolls join pillow-shaped Hong Kong-style pancakes, made with mango, durian, or strawberries.
The restaurant also offers a long list of fruity, scented, cheese foam, and milk tea beverages, plus coconut milk drinks, including the “deep love” created with boba and hibiscus flowers.
Only available to customers who dine-in, indulgent $10.99 souffle cakes are made in matcha, boba, or strawberry flavors and served on a company branded plate and tray.
Sweet Talk, 5130 Spring Mountain Road #107, 702-368-3388. Open daily from noon to midnight.