Chimneys had also happened to be present at Sweetery two weeks back, though I hadn't had the chance to try one of their unique, spiraled creations at the time. They were offering both sweet (coconut and cinnamon sugar) and savoury (oil & herbs and cheddar) options; I went with the Cinnamon Sugar Chimney, sans-filling.
The "roll" was thoroughly baked to ensure a fluffy interior and slightly warm exterior whose crispiness would last for hours. The product concept was great - Chimneys could be eaten while taking a leisurely stroll, and shared as a small snack. The only downsides were that the cinnamon sugar had a tendency to cause sticky fallouts, and that the amount being sprinkled on was a bit excessive for my liking. After my first bite, I was glad that I didn't opt in for Nutella or Cream Cheese Icing.
That being said, though, I'm still rather tempted to have a go at their savoury options next time they're back.
Buster's Sea Cove was an unfamiliar name, but their seafood tacos sounded interesting enough to try; I ordered the Ahi Tuna and Fish Tacos to take back home with me.