Four kinds of sweets using seasonal "Hokkaido Raiden Melon" have appeared at the family restaurant Jonathan from July 13th. I introduced Denny's peach parfait the other day, but Jonathan attacked with melon.
The most eye-catching is "Hokkaido Raiden Melon Half Cut & Snow Ice Mango". It is a high-impact sweet that uses a half-cut Raiden melon as it is. The price is 1,499 yen (excluding tax), which is quite high for a family-less sweet.
Served with spherically hollowed melon pulp, melon jelly, mango-style snow ice cream, and whipped cream. It's tall and powerful, and you can feel the small fork.
The spherical melon flesh is a big size, as if one is as big as a takoyaki. When you chew, the juice rushes like a weir, and the mellow scent and rich sweetness of the melon spreads. Luxury ~!
Mango-style snow ice cream has a fluffy, fluffy mouthfeel just like powder snow. A slightly milky, it enhances the juiciness of the melon. The sweet and sour taste of mango is also a good accent.
If you eat it with melted whipped cream or jelly, you will not get tired of it because the texture and taste will change again. happiness….
Of course, you can also scrape the pulp left in the bowl. A place where you can test your eating habits to see how close you are to the skin. When excavating, please be careful not to splash the juice.
It looks like it's a size that I'm worried about whether I can eat it alone, but it's a refreshing composition such as melon pulp, snow ice and jelly, which is the leading role, so I can eat it with plenty of time. As expected, dessert after meals is tough, so in that case it is recommended to share!
The other lineups are as follows. * Price does not include tax
Hokkaido raiden melon parfait 699 yen Hokkaido raiden melon pudding a la mode 599 yen Hokkaido raiden melon with vanilla ice cream 399 yen