Finally, she brushes Nutella on a plate, pops the semi-frozen mousse out of the mold and pours the chocolate syrup on top, then rolls the edges in feuilletine – thin flakes of a sweet biscuit. Two curvy cookies crown the top, and a scoop of gelato is surrounded by chocolate-covered Pop Rocks. They’ll wake up your palate with a surprising fizz. The bombe ($10) is visually striking, but the real drama happens when you put a spoonful in your mouth.
5700 E. McDonald Drive (Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort),
Paradise Valley, 480-948-2100
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