I had a blueberry gourmet cupcake from there. The cake was pretty good, but I couldn't really get over the icing. I did enjoy the cupcake overall, but I don't know if I would have another. I like candy and I like cupcakes, but I don't want candy melted on top of my cupcake. Candy Cakes does carry a series of more traditional cupcakes, but I didn't try and out, though I wish I had so I could see if they were more my taste with normal icing.
The one upside about Candy Cakes is that the icing doesn't damage despite the fact they put it in a plastic bag. I crammed mine in a bag with other shopping and it remained undamaged after a walk about to find a place to eat it (there was a eat-in price for the cupcakes I wanted to avoid.) Even though Candy Cakes wasn't my favourite cupcake during my trip (probably ranks third out of four), I would still recommend trying it, even just for the novelty of it. It's like The Magnolia Bakery in NYC - the cupcake isn't the best, but you still have to try one, just because it's Magnolia.