Whether you call it Bavarian cream or Bavarois, the classic dessert generally isn’t much to look at. Since traditional Bavarian cream itself is just a beige lump (being cream, after all), many chefs choose to drizzle a brightly colored fruit sauce on top of it. And while that definitively adds some much needed visual pizzazz, if you’re after a dessert that’s as captivatingly beautiful as it is mouth-wateringly tempting, this Tokyo pastry shop’s Bavarian cream that includes edible flowers is basically a work of art that you can eat.
You can find these amazing-looking treats at Havaro, which takes its name from hana, the Japanese word for “flower,” and a corruption of babaroa, itself already the corrupted Japanese pronunciation of Bavarois. Havaro recently opened in the TOKYO Me+ section of the Ichibangai shopping area inside Tokyo Station, and is already attracting customers eager to buy Bavarian cream that looks like no one else’s.
Link 1 (rocketnews24.com)
Link 2 (Website of the Shop)