Get 10% off any new menu item from Cake Avenue from 1-4 September!
From 1 September, designer cake aficionados, Cake Avenue, will release an all-new dessert menu featuring 6 playful twists to classic diner foods of the 60s and 70s. The new dessert menu is in line with the cake shop’s 17th Anniversary this year, and was created by head pastry chef E.T. Yew.
The new menu features 6 creations designed to mimic the look and feel of classic savoury diner foods such as hamburgers, corndogs, nachos and alphabet soup, yet surprises the senses with a delightfully sweet and palette pleasing dessert instead. Apart from the 6 dessert items, customers can also sample Cake Avenue’s pre-existing entremets such as the Chocolate Sensation, Berries and White Chocolate and the Green Apple.
The café is also Halal certified.
Here are the new items:
Check out the Diner Sliders and Fries (S$15.90) which feature two slider sized burgers, each comprised of a dark chocolate ice cream burger patty sandwiched between vanilla butter cake buns.
The feast is topped off with a side of warm fries made up of vanilla cake. Dig into citrusy passionfruit puree ‘mustard’ and a tangy raspberry puree ‘ketchup’. You can also order a side of cake fries with the two sauces for just S$8.90.
The Great Con Dog
Cake Avenue’s corndog homage, called The Great Con Dog (S$8.90), substitutes the sausage meat for warm sweetcorn custard,
encased in a crunchy breaded exterior. To cool the whole dish off, a side scoop of vanilla ice cream served with fresh strawberries.
Nachos Dulces (S$12.90) is a twist to that tex mex favourite which is good for two people. The dish includes crispy flatbread nachos packed with the usual toppings such as chocolate mousse ‘refried beans’, strawberry compote ‘salsa’, julienned peach ‘cheese’. And pistachio ice cream‘guacamole’.
You can also get the Alphabet Soup (S$8.90). Designed to remind us of our youth when we learnt the alphabet by eating this iconic canned soup, Cake Avenue now camouflages a refreshing, creamy lychee mousse entremet with chunks of lychee and
raspberry fruit within. The dish is then topped with sweet milk agar ‘alphabets’ and a rose jelly ‘consommé’.
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The Lava Pops (S$8.90) are meatball-sized portions of warm red velvet cake with a crunchy breaded exterior. One bite and your mouth will be filled with its molten vanilla cream cheese filling. A first of its kind, the Lava Pop is perfect to be shared among friends or just taken away to be eaten later.
As a special treat, all the new menu items can be availed at 10% off from September 1-4!
Cake Avenue’s new dessert menu will be available as of 1 September 2017 in their outlet at 33 Lorong Kilat, #01-01/02, Kilat Centre, Singapore 598132 (off from Beauty World MRT Station).