Menu Mining: Sticky Toffee Pudding at Waterloo and City

Waterloo and City is a recent addition to the spectacular list of restaurants that call Culver City home. I’ve been three times and have tried many things on the menu (all super delicious) but when they bring the dessert menu over I wave them away with a very posh  “Bring me the sticky toffee pudding!”

Oooooh boy.

The sticky toffee pudding itself is hot and melty with the cakey part soaked through with the toffee part. But the kicker, the thing that gets me every time is the salted caramel that the pudding is bathing in. I could honestly have a bowl full of the caramel and be done with it, but you need the pudding part to break up the caramel overdose. On top is “milk ice cream.” I don’t know what that means exactly, sort of feels redundant. But who cares because that kiss of creamy goodness involves itself so beautifully with the toffee, caramelly goodness. I could see myself getting more intimately involved with this dessert, it is so sexy. Whew. Is it hot in here or what? [fans herself]

Get on over to Waterloo and City and try all of their yumminess (their special last night of the pasta with brown butter sauce and garlic foam with shaved truffle on top nearly did me in). Their menu changes often, which makes going often really fun, but if they ever EVER take this dessert off the menu…oh they’ll be in Barney!

Waterloo and City
12517 West Washington Blvd. (that’s the south one)
Culver City (the very West part)

3 Replies to “Menu Mining: Sticky Toffee Pudding at Waterloo and City”

  1. WENT TO THIS PLACE ONCE HAVE NOT BEEN BACK
    I THOUGHT EVERTHING WAS PRICY FOOD SOSO BUT IT APPEARS TO BE QUITE POPULAR- PARKING LOT IS FULL
    A PICK UP PLACE MAYBE?

  2. That pudding looks amazing!

    Though I wish I could find a place in LA that does fresh British entrees well without trying to get too fancy. I had some spectacular meals while living in Scotland at pubs that served really fresh, well done food without trying to get too gourmet and leave their roots…

    Any suggestions?

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