The Little Oven – Part Deux

Did I tell you folks?  The Little Oven is back in business!  Yay!  They recently opened up again and hold hours on Friday and Saturday nights.  I was so happy!   You know what’s even better?  They have been consistently open the entire time!  And I don’t mean that as a cutting remark, really I don’t.  I am one of their biggest fans so I am genuinely happy they are open!  The waiter knows us already – not by name yet.  I think I should learn to introduce myself more to people.  So they’re back to making some great desserts!  About two weeks ago, they served a special called the Autumn Trio.  I am SO happy I decided to try it!  Please join me as we enter dessert heaven.


A feast for your eyes and your mouth!


My friend Kristian had the Peach Cobbler…love how it bubbled out…




It’s a bit messy to eat but what cobbler isn’t?


Autumn Trio!  My dessert…drool…


Steamed Cake Kintoki Mame – A steamed cake with kintoki mame beans in the bottom.  The initial bite of the cake was a bit dry so I was disappointed but worry not, as you continue into the cake, it’s moist and perfect.  I love the addition of the autumn leaf, I believe it is carved out of a persimmon.


Kyoho Grape Gelee – ohhh my favorite of the night!  Plump, peeled grapes in a wonderful gelee.  This was perfect and refreshing!


Autumn Konnyaku.  I was so curious about this!  I have only had konnyaku in a nabe or oden so I was curious how a dessert konnyaku was.  This was very good!  It had a peach flavor…sweet – tasted a lot like Japanese candy.  I wish I could describe it better.  Also very good!


This wasn’t technically part of the autumn trio but what a treat!  Candied lotus root chips in whipped cream.  It was very good!  What I love the most about Little Oven are the little touches they add to the dish.  It makes such a big difference.  I really hope you folks get to try this place out sometime!  It’s worth it!


  1. jenny says:

    Hey Dd! Yes, exact same location! The only thing is, the parking lot in back used to be free but I heard it costs money now. But each time I’ve gone, I’ve found street parking no problem.

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