Cranachan is a traditional Scottish dessert. It was originally a celebration of harvest, made following the raspberry harvest in June. The dessert of cream and fresh seasonal raspberries is bolstered by Scottish oats and whisky. It has been called ‘the uncontested king of Scottish dessert’. Try it, you’ll love it and it’s our dessert of choice for this years St. Andrews Dinner
One of those desserts that you never tire of feasting on. It’s a Thai staple, sweet sticky rice, fresh juicy mango and a generous helping of coconut milk for a nice drizzle! All in all a great way to finish a lovely dinner here at Laong’s.
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As a nation, the Scots are renowned for their innovative use of the fryer, so much so that when my G.G.G. even greater Great Grandfather Archibald Cameron came up with the idea for this dish, people surprisingly called him an “Eejit”. And behold the deep fried ice cream was born. We use the same recipe to this day, steeped in the history that is all things “deep fried”, we (and this is the true bit) take the finest vanilla ice cream, coat it in a secret coating of secret stuff and serve with a salsa of fresh fruit and a champagne caramel drizzle. Braw!!
Desserts just like Grandma used to make. Here at Laong’s Bistro our sweet choices include several old time favourites. Try our Blueberry & Apple pie or ask to see our dessert menu next time you are here.