Fly Cupcake Garden
Parking: Motorbike Parking with the attendant on the sidewalk across the street, 5k
Drinks: Consistently great
Food: Snack, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Price Range: 20k-250k
Order This: Chanh Da Xay (Blended ice and lime juice, and surpsisingly salty!) and a Red Velvet cupcake
Ambience: Posh. Date Night. Great areas for groups big or small. Perfect for friends or co-workers. More of a place to go with people than to get work done.
Speak English: Yes
English Menu: Yes
Wifi Quality: Consistently spotty. Ask them to reset the router if you have problems
Plug Availability: Available near the smaller tables
Air Conditioning: Yes
Toilet Paper Available?: Yes
|They come with tiny, ornate little spoons! These are cupcakes to be savored.|
I had the chocolate filled green tea (yes, chocolate on the inside – green tea cake! surprising and refreshing, with matcha-flavored frosting and a chocolate heart), but they were offering at least a dozen varieties, including strawberry, margarita, oreo, cream cheese chocolate, and so on, as well as sweet cakes, ice creams, and a food menu that got a serious workout during the lunch rush.
|Fried Pork Ribs with steamed rice.|
Reliable internet, when it’s finally working. Superb, attentive service. Bit on the expensive side, but the ambience is great and the music ranges from ok-it’s-just-standard-pop to I-don’t-know-this-but-I-LOVE-IT. The food seems to be consistent (this is on the same block as my first afternoon class, so it’s become an occasional lunch spot for me).
|Chicken Croquette… I think I could make a better one, honestly, but it’s
a quality small bite, and cheap. Served with chili sauce.
Interestingly, they offer water instead of the typical tra da (iced tea). Hoighty-toighty!
|A juicy piece of chicken, and, surprise! Kim chi! Pretty good, as far as I like kim chi.|
Sample Musical Selection: