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Saturday 20th August me, Emily and our friend Abbie went to caspas to celebrate Emily's birthday. Honestly i wasn't hoping for much because when the place first opened, it got shut down for poor hygiene or something like that. As you can think it wasn't the first place that i had in mind to go. From the outside of the building, things looked normal, well apart from the darkness and tinted doors. The first thing i noticed was the sweet smell of ice cream, or some dessert. Once been shown to our seats i was spoilt for choice. There was every dessert you could think of and in different flavours. Once we knew what we wanted we queued up. Now this is the part where i wish it was a little different. There's nothing i like more than to be waited on, and for the place like kaspars is, they could really do with thinking about that. The service was really quick, and i must say the size of the portions were phenomenal. I must admit the new york city cheesecake was smaller than the warm chocolate brownie and especially the crepe, but it was so creamy anyway. As for this was our first time at kaspars, we tried each other's desserts. I must say the crepe mmmm, the chocolate was so delicious, it was perfect melt in the mouth. Now the prices weren't the cheapest but it certainly paid up with the amount of food you had on your plate. The prices wasn't ridiculous but for a dessert it was a bit more than the average person would pay, but for a lunch time treat who could refuse. All in all i would recommend going to caspars, just make sure you are hungry :) Im sorry i don't have an image of the chocolate brownie with ice cream, but i can assure you it was lovely. Thank you for reading and if there is anyone who has been to kaspas, please leave a comment of what it was like for you. I wish you all the best. Amy