E’te means summer in French and there was a beautiful love story behind this name. Read here.
Once I stepped inside the shop, I was so shock that the shop was so tiny and it was much smaller than what I have expected. I think it is around 5 or 6 little tables where only maximum 3 occupants per table. @.@ Can you imagine how small it is? Besides, very limited menu and I think they only serve pizza slices for food. Despite that, the owners are able to manage their business by focusing mainly on signature coffee, tea and of course ... dessert!!! and again, dessert was the main purpose that drove me here.
A tiny little shop with no air-conditioning that ran by a Taiwanese couple. This explains the very Chinese vintage concept décor they have for their shop.
Sea Salted Caramel and White Chocolate Mousse Cake (RM 8)
A very rich cake with layers of different texture and flavour. The cake was not too sweet and each of the layers blend well nicely together giving so much excitement in one bite. Besides, there was also hint of coffee which gives some bitterness inside the flavour.
Eté Love (RM 8)
Made with high quality mango and passion fruit sourced from France. It has a very strong flavour which I don't like it that much and I found it rather weird.
Forgotten the name. Siphon coffee (RM 15)
134, Carnarvon Street, Georgetown, Penang. (Just opposite the police station)
Business hour: 12noon - 6pm (Close on Tuesday)