Which restaurants have the tastiest desserts? strip info approved by DaveKellett
NARRATOR (Outside panel): WHICH RESTAURANTS HAVE THE TASTIEST DESSERTS?
EXPENSE---> NARRATOR: Fast food joint. Where "Apple Pie" is some apple-derived paste injected into a scalding tube of cardboard. NARRATOR: Sit-down chain where everything is salt, fat and carbs. But they do it right: warm brownie with ice-cream and fudge. NARRATOR: Mom-and-Pop place. It's out in the middle of nowhere, it hasn't been painted since 1973, but there's a line of folks out the door. NARRATOR: Any restaurant that uses the word "fusion" and is straight up serious about it. Here, you get a creme brulee made from Mongolian yak's milk. NARRATOR: Any restaurant that puts the name of the chef on the menu (as if you'd know it from the bus boy's name). Here, you get one mint leaf, sprinkled with caramelized, 100-year, French sea salt. NARRATOR: Any restaurant that lists the chef's name, and it's just one weird word, like "Fandango". Here, you get just the mint leaf.