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That Nasi Lemak cake is so lame, I'll bet those molecular gastronomist can come up with a version more cake like rather than just rearranging the ingredients into a cake form.

 

Well in SG, how about Chilli Crab Cheese Cake, Chicken Rice Cheese Cake ... :| 

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On 25/04/2017 at 6:38 PM, Guest Baker said:

That Nasi Lemak cake is so lame, I'll bet those molecular gastronomist can come up with a version more cake like rather than just rearranging the ingredients into a cake form.

 

Well in SG, how about Chilli Crab Cheese Cake, Chicken Rice Cheese Cake ... :| 

 

Well... we can try that... hahaha.... if u dare to eat we dare to make... but we cant guarantee the taste though hahaha

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On 4/27/2017 at 11:18 AM, RoyalSamuel said:

 

Well... we can try that... hahaha.... if u dare to eat we dare to make... but we cant guarantee the taste though hahaha

Now cheese is the craze, so anything is possible if you do it well xD

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31 minutes ago, Cube3 said:

How interesting, where to buy? :lol:

FYI from their blog, https://batikrolls.com

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Thank you for your continued interest in Batikrolls! We are fully booked for Hari Raya this year. 

We will be back on 17 July 2017 to take your orders. 

 

more on

https://www.yahoo.com/beauty/incredible-homemade-cakes-look-colorful-205511563.html

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4 hours ago, Cube3 said:

 

How interesting, where to buy? :lol:

 

I think its really overrated, just good marketing and packaging, quite expensive going for like ~$26 per roll.

 

Its nothing new, there are videos on youtube on how to make them, just need to put in a little bit more effort.

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6 hours ago, Guest Poster said:

 

I think its really overrated, just good marketing and packaging, quite expensive going for like ~$26 per roll.

 

Its nothing new, there are videos on youtube on how to make them, just need to put in a little bit more effort.

 

$26 a roll!!!! A-hem...:unsure:

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Btw anyone know of any good Black Forest Cake and Tiramisu at a more affordable rate?

 

For BFC, I use to like Sweet Secret's mousse version but since they closed many outlets, its a little hard to find. I like Da Paolo's BFC and Tiramisu, but their price increase over the years is quite ridiculous, like $9 for a small cup, $14 for a larger tub. Now Awfully Chocolate also introduced a Tiramisu in a mason jar, but ridiculously priced at ~$19+.

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On 2017-6-15 at 9:16 AM, Guest Poster said:

Btw anyone know of any good Black Forest Cake and Tiramisu at a more affordable rate?

 

For BFC, I use to like Sweet Secret's mousse version but since they closed many outlets, its a little hard to find. I like Da Paolo's BFC and Tiramisu, but their price increase over the years is quite ridiculous, like $9 for a small cup, $14 for a larger tub. Now Awfully Chocolate also introduced a Tiramisu in a mason jar, but ridiculously priced at ~$19+.

Black forest please get Pine garden's, they are using rummed black cherries, not those red ugly tasting cherries. Between layers of cakes, theres also rummed cherries in it, really worth for money!

 

Tiramisu, please get from Swee Heng 1989... their tiramisu is good! Not the normal swee heng, but Swee Heng 1989 at shopping malls, e.g. Star Vista and JP.

Alternatively u can try this tiramisu specialist at Chinatown. They are good, comes with Lychee Tiramisu as well.

 

Hope that helps!

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2 hours ago, RoyalSamuel said:

Black forest please get Pine garden's, they are using rummed black cherries, not those red ugly tasting cherries. Between layers of cakes, theres also rummed cherries in it, really worth for money!

 

Tiramisu, please get from Swee Heng 1989... their tiramisu is good! Not the normal swee heng, but Swee Heng 1989 at shopping malls, e.g. Star Vista and JP.

Alternatively u can try this tiramisu specialist at Chinatown. They are good, comes with Lychee Tiramisu as well.

 

Hope that helps!

 

Thanks, have a Swee Heng around my neighbourhood, so far they only have the whole tiramisu cake. Think I saw the 1989 at the new Tampines Hub, will give them a try.

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On 20/07/2017 at 10:49 AM, -Ignored- said:

hmmmmmm why this thread become so quiet?
kueh salat cake from mc café anyone tried?

https://www.mcdonalds.com.sg/our-brands/mccafe-brand/

 

Actually isn't being a kueh almost like a cake oreidi? Not very innovative I find. I tried the Pandan Coco Frappe though, a bit sweet but not bad. 

 

The Nasi Lemak burger also a bit funny, no nasi.

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18 hours ago, Guest Poster said:

 

Actually isn't being a kueh almost like a cake oreidi? Not very innovative I find. I tried the Pandan Coco Frappe though, a bit sweet but not bad. 

 

The Nasi Lemak burger also a bit funny, no nasi.

it is about recreation....

 

alternatively the lemak burger could drop the term Nasi , if not changed to rice burgers like those served in MOS burger

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18 hours ago, Guest Poster said:

 

Actually isn't being a kueh almost like a cake oreidi? Not very innovative I find. I tried the Pandan Coco Frappe though, a bit sweet but not bad. 

 

The Nasi Lemak burger also a bit funny, no nasi.

There are a lot of things that don't include the ingredients in its name, that's why it's "inspired by". There are also nasi lemak cakes, cookies and icecream. 

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51 minutes ago, Eujiboo said:

There are a lot of things that don't include the ingredients in its name, that's why it's "inspired by". There are also nasi lemak cakes, cookies and icecream. 

yes, I rem the nasi lemak cake, that is really an acquired taste for me, Eujiboo (pronounced as yuji, I trust)

cos if I would to eat a nasi lemak thing I wouldn't spend effort on a nasi lemak cake when I could just grab a packet of nasi lemak
 

but if I  feel like having burger/cake, (burgers w so many options), a nasi lemak burger/cake is fine too cos I m eating a burger/cake , the overall feel must still be eating a real cake/burger w feel/scent of lemak

 

if the thing ended  up looks and tasted exactly 101% like a nasi lemak (after I opened up the burger/cake box that contained it) , I think it will be better to eat a pack of nasi lemak instead - > which is why I don't even dare to taste the nasi lemak cake

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On 2/19/2022 at 2:30 PM, Since u r here said:


Went there 2 weeks back. Tried their matcha drink & beef burger.  The drink came in a very small cup & the burger came with soggy bacon strips. Would rate it 4/10 in terms of food, service & price 

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