WATCH: Incredible Floating Dessert Gets 20 Million Views – Bubble Bath, Say Netizens
The dining experience at most high-end restaurants is a mix of flavor, visual enjoyment, and a healthy dose of “wow factor.” The idea is to engage all the senses of the customer. One such fancy dish is being served in a restaurant in Spain. What is that? Floating sweets. This dessert literally floats in the air. How do we know this? A video of this unique dessert is making headlines on social media. In the clip, a server can be seen cutting off a portion of the dessert. Sweet delicacy as a balloon instantly rises into the air. The chef then takes it to the respective customer’s plate.
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The video was shared on the LADbibleAustralia page. The video reads, “The mysterious looking cloud is a dish made of water distilled from helium and clay. It is then condensed to “release ‘fragrant rain’ on the plate.” It further read, “Be careful though – you don’t want to get carried away.” Watch the full video below:
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Till date, the video has crossed 20 million views on Facebook. The clip has garnered 8.8K likes and over 1.3k comments on social media. Users have given different types of feedback. Some users compared the texture of the dessert with a soap bubble:
One comment read, “Looks like when I used to ruin my mom’s dish soap as a kid to make it big.”
“If I wanted to eat bubble bath, I’d jump in the tub with my three-year-old,” added another user.
One user wrote, “My kid also eats it while taking a bath and it’s free.”
One user wrote, “Helium is a non-renewable resource used in scientific research, medical technology, high-tech manufacturing, space exploration, and national defense. I am happy to see that we are getting rain on our food and blowing balloons.
Another expressed, “Living on the west coast of Scotland I can say from the heart, no rain fed dessert is as delicious as it sounds”.
Confused about the dessert, someone added, “Do we get to eat the cloud, or does it just evaporate into thin air?”
Someone worried about the ingredients used in the dessert said, “But helium is not meant to be eaten.”
One user wrote, “What’s wrong with a scoop of ice cream or two?”
One comment read, “So do you eat or care that your desert doesn’t float out? So much stress
Someone added, “I like chefs for making excellent food, not smoke and mirrors.”
What do you think about the dish? Let us know in the comments below.
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