Looking for something sweet? Try the Asian dessert treat honey toast, also called honey bread with its toasted and buttered brioche or Asian flat top bread that is topped with honey, ice cream, whipped cream and often various fruits or candy. Here’s a look at eight recommended places to taste this dessert in Las Vegas.Read More
A Guide to Honey Toast in Las Vegas
Where to find this decadent, sweet treat
This shop serves an assortment of coffee and teas ranging from a pistachio latte or a more traditional loose leaf Earl Grey tea. Café Darak’s honey bread comes already cut into cubed pieces, topped with two scoops of vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, sliced almonds and drizzled with warm honey.
Hanabi Sushi & Rolls
Established in 2015, this all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant serves a delicious mini honey toast. This dessert has one extra-large scoop of vanilla ice cream on top of a smaller piece of sweet toast, topped with warm honey.
If you have a late-night honey toast craving, then Ichiza is for you. This Japanese sushi restaurant is open seven days a week, each night until 2:30 a.m. Their honey toast is served with two large scoops of vanilla ice cream, completed with warm drizzles of honey.
IS SWEET Coffee & Dessert
This coffee and tea shop gives patrons the opportunity to customize their honey toast dessert. Topping options include a variety of fruits like strawberries, kiwi or blueberries, sweets like chocolate chips or marshmallows, sauces for drizzling like chocolate or maple syrup, and strawberry, vanilla, green tea or chocolate ice cream scoops to pile on top of your honey toast.
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Bank Atchawaran’s Asian dessert spot features honey toast with fresh fruit and served with cream corn with berry swirl ice cream made in house. And what a setup.
Be sure to finish your meal with Sakana’s mini honey toast, if their all you can eat and all you can drink option doesn’t prevent you from doing so. This honey toast is topped with one giant scoop of vanilla ice cream, which is roughly the same size as the toast itself. Don’t forget to ask for extra honey on top.
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Sake Rok at The Park serves its honey toast as a buttery tower stuffed with brioche croutons, which are pan sautéed in honey butter. It’s topped with house-made custard and a heaping helping of vanilla ice cream. Fresh berries and a drizzle of honey butter make for a beautiful and delicious garnish. The decadent dessert comes in two sizes —regular and sumo, which is four -times the size as the regular and served with mochi.
Serenade Coffee Bar & Desserts
Calling all dessert lovers! This café serves an assortment of coffee, teas and several desserts like macaroons, waffles, cakes and of course honey toast. Among their options of honey toast, customers can choose between garlic honey toast, Very Berry honey toast, Maple Story honey toast, Cookie Monster honey toast, or choose the flavor of ice cream to top traditional honey bread, all served with whipped cream and honey.