This is my second rave review of this place!
They have exotic versions of western cookies such a jam sandwiches, bird's nests, and chewy and light macaroons. Their ingredients include coconut, rosewater, pistachio, honey, walnut, almond, etc. They have Iranian cookies such as clover-shaped ones made with chickpea flour, sweet flaky cookies (some made with coconut or honey) that are great dipped in coffee. Nothing is too sweet. They also have some sweets similar to Indian and Greek desserts. They're fried/baked & come with a sticky sauce.
I'm really surprised with how their cream lasts. I had their profiteroles and they still taste soft days after. I don't order a lot of their cakes because I don't like desserts that have a lot of cream. But the cream is really soft & light. Only thing I didn't like the other day were these wafers that look like Manner wafers from Austria. These, compared to the well-known brand, were stale. They're new items. But everything else is great. Not too sweet, soft & crumbly, crunchy, buttery, flaky, and creamy. I've tried a lot & I keep coming back.
Sometimes I have to wait as long as 10 mins because the lady owner is the only one working there. But at other times, you don't have to wait at all.