Like I said, best rum cake on earth. Make sure you stroll by her cart after dinner to be sure to have your choice of slices!
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We tried her rum cake and her chocolate coconut banana cake and they were amazing! Cake Lady herself is very nice and assured us that all her desserts are made with love.
we had a group of 9 and everyone got a different piece-they were all amazing! Its not a restaurant, she just sets up a table
After tracking down the elusive Cake Lady, my friends and family were able to secure a chocolate and caramel cake for my birthday. Little did I know we were on the cutting edge of a phenomenon.
Delicious banana bread, very moist especially when you get it warm! Only thing that I did not like is we bought the same bread on 3 different occasions and always had to pay different amounts. A disappointment when you only have a few dollars and have to pick which one of us is getting dessert!
I had full servings of key lime, chocolate coconut, coconut, and tasted samples from others in my group – always great! The crust is fantastic and is a subtle but important reason these are all so good.
Stopped by to grab a piece of cake! It was tasty as one can't be super picky about eating cake on a tiny island, but my expectations got the best of me - I expected the chocolate to be a bit more chocolatier instead of bland and the rum cake to be a bit rummy-er rather than dry. Overall, still... More
Stopped by late one night after dinner. Had a slice of key lime pie. It was very tasty. Will likely try a piece of cake next time. Little pricey when compared to desserts at other places, but really like buying from someone local who sets up on the street.
This woman sells fresh baked cakes and oies on the side of the road every day and every thing I tried was delicious. If you want the key lime pie you had better get there early afternoon as she will run out.
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