Rakkaposhi: Charity has never tasted so sweet
Dessert lovers across West Yorkshire have been rushing to the city’s latest dining hotspot this year, with Rakkaposhi serving up a sweet treat with a side of charity to every customer.
Launched by the Bradford-based international charity, QED-uk, the establishment boasts an array of scrumptious desserts, developed by patisserie chefs and after-meal enthusiasts to tantalise even the least suspecting tastebuds.
If the expansive menu isn’t enough to tempt you, remember that profits from the dessert parlour are donated to charity, giving you that extra sweet feeling of knowing you are helping a worthy cause by simply eating a slice of cake.
Adeeba Malik, deputy chief executive of QED-UK says the café has already begun attracting ‘regulars’ and was excited to see the innovative menu so warmly welcomed by diners.
“Every item on our menu has been researched thoroughly, with our in-hour desserts taking months to develop,” she said.
“From the butter and flour we use, to preparation and baking times, everything has to be done the Rakkaposhi way. The result? An incredible menu of mouth-watering desserts that I for one cannot get enough of.”
Rakkaposhi serve up a host of unique dessert options, including their popular liege waffles. Made fresh to order, from a secret batter recipe, they are perfectly served up with your choice of topping.
Perhaps you want something lighter? If so, Fuji desserts are the option for you.
Sculptured models of puff pastry are lightly filled with a selection of fresh fruit and fillings, the perfect dessert to be served up alongside one of Rakkaposhi’s freshly ground coffees and house blends.
“There really is something for every dessert fan on our menu,” Adeeba added. “Milkshakes, cookie dough, cakes, waffles, we try to make sure everyone person who walks through our doors are catered for.”
Following the success of the desirable desserts, a lunch menu will soon be launched at Rakkaposhi, giving diners even more reasons to head down to the modern establishment.
So, if you haven’t already paid a visit for a sweet taste of charity, head down today and see what all the fuss is about for yourself.