Dishers, you failed to guess the origin of the chocolate cake in the picture. You want a clue? I have a prize burning a hole in my pocket. Lemme see: look at the picture, not the cake.
Driving me crazy. The plate doesn’t look like fine china – it’s kind of heavy. I can’t think of a restaurant with plates like that. There appears to be some design made of cocoa on the rim. This is preventing me from doing my job so please, someone, guess it!
There is no restaurant called “Ill Conceived Idea That Clearly Won’t Work,” which is what trying to split a chocolate anything three ways would be.
Wait! The photo HAS 3 forks! If it really is III Forks, then that is just so clever.
White Striped Tablecloth Cafe.
Neuhaus Cafe @ Preston/Royal?
Tines are on a fork…could it be Stein’s?
Lubys. Come on, tell us!
Can somebody go poke Uncle Nancy?
THREE FORKS FOR SURE
Neiman Marcus (that ‘N’ on the near side of the plate looked like the NM logo … or it’s just a bit of drizzle)
Just off the look at the picture clue I’d go with III Forks. Oh, and they have good chocolate cake.
Gah. Did you guys notice the tags for this?
“Cheap trick for comments.”
The vending machine from the break room?
Yow. Zah. Mere got it on the first try!! Send me an email with your address and I’ll send you a prize! Three Forks at Three Forks.
I still say it was Strawberry’s.
I rarely order chocolate cake out. Do you know if Three Forks has a pastry chef making it in house?
A bit off topic – what do you think of the presentation? I don’t like desserts dusted with powdered sugar, especially on white plates.
PF: I hate plates with anything dusted on the rims–parsely, powdered sugar, or spices. It distracts from the food and looks like someone forgot to clean the edge of the plate. The waiter told me the cake was made in house.
Chocolate Angel Too has the best chocolate cake in town. Moist and not too sweet but sweet enough. Yum!
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