Eat and Drink LROOM Boutique serves desserts in the shapes of flowers and fruit By Shaye Weaver firstname.lastname@example.org Updated September 18, 2018 2:22 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email These desserts are almost too pretty to eat. LROOM Boutique, an online flower shop, has opened a cafe that serves sweets in the shape of fruit, like lemons and peaches and flowers, including a rose made of mousse. The delicately made desserts are so close to the real thing that it may be hard to destroy their beauty. LROOM also has some crazier concoctions, such as the "Sweet Fantasy" honey toast made with pink cotton candy and its towering egg waffles with fruit and cream. It's "Bling Bling Honey Latte" is designed with edible glitter. The cafe and gift shop at 41 W. 14th St. is the first floral experience shop LROOM has done. Xue Ling, the company's founder, traveled to different countries to find the right ingredients like lemon from Japan, chocolate from Venezuela, hazelnut from France and made fuchsia espresso in Seattle. "I studied fashion design at Parsons School of Design," Ling said in a statement. "The concept of couture making influenced me a lot when I planned this cafe shop." She teamed up with pastry chef Carla Di Virgilio to create the desserts. Di Virgilio, originally from Italy, has worked at a Michelin-starred restaurant and at hotels in Paris. LROOM is open 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays; 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays; and noon to 9 p.m. on Sundays. Scroll down to see the delectables. Lemons Photo Credit: LROOM This three-layer cake is made with a cocoa butter and white chocolate crust, mousse flavored with lemongrass, cardamom and lemon juice and filings of mint, Meyer lemon and ginger. The lemon inside the dessert is imported from Japan. Priced at $13. Peaches Photo Credit: LROOM These white chocolate-covered peaches are essentially cakes with gooey goodness inside. Priced at $16. A rose Photo Credit: LROOM The rose, a four-layer mousse cake, takes 72 hours to make and there are limited servings each day. Priced at $15. Green Tea Waffle Photo Credit: LROOM A popular treat from Asia meets "western party making techniques" with cream dripping down this matcha egg waffle. Priced at $16. The Wonderland egg waffle Photo Credit: LROOM This colorful concoction includes berries, lemon and a flower on top. Priced at $16. Lavender Peach Ade Photo Credit: LROOM Drink master Wenjun Wang created the Lavender Peach Ade, a sweet and cool dessert you mix and sip. Priced at $12. Pome Lychee Photo Credit: LROOM This fruity drink uses real fruit to develop a uniquely sweet flavor of pomegranate and lychee. Priced at $10. By Shaye Weaver email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.