In the recent months, lava everything has been blown out of proportion ever since the whole salted egg yolk croissant came to our shores. But, it doesn’t seem to deter anyone from trying out new places with any new dish related to salted egg yolk/lava.
Naturally, chancing upon their video posted by The Insider would mean that we HAVE to give The Bakery Chef’s lava toasts a try.I mean, have you seen how gorgeous they are?
It’s also a brilliant idea to allow us to customise the lava toast according to our preferences! 😀
You could choose the type of toast, the type of lava filling, and the flavour of ice cream to go along with it. For toasts, you can choose either the honey brioche, charcoal or matcha, For lava filling, you can choose either the nutella, the salted egg yolk, or the salted egg yolk matcha. As for ice cream, it’s the standard chocolate, vanilla or matcha flavour.This was our choice. How can we resist anything charcoal?
The freshly prepared charcoal toast with its beautiful texture, coated with a layer of powdered snow sugar. Together, this monochromatic combination is soaked in the goodness of the nutella lava filling. Yumyum.
Our only complaint would be that the double chocolate ice cream tasted of cheap and strange chocolate. Can totally ignore the scoop of ice cream and go ahead with the lava toast.
We were deciding between the honey brioche or the matcha toast, but decided that green toast seemed a little too ‘scary’ with the bright green colouring. 😛
So honey brioche, it is! Beautifully toasted, and glazed with a layer of sweet honey on its surface.
Perfect indulgence for the sweet-toothed too.
We were too excited to cut it upon, and did not stick to a proper cube cut-out for this shot. Ahhhh, so mad.
But hey, it looks gorgeous doesn’t it?
You must be wondering why we would say it’s scary to have green coloured toast, yet we chose salted egg matcha lava filling. LOL
Well, how often do we have matcha AND salted egg in one dish. So we decided that we should give that a shot. Worth getting past the green.
The thing about lava toasts is that you would expect the taste of the filling to be diluted given that it had to be that flowy. But no, we were entirely wrong! The taste of the respective lava fillings were still pretty ‘gao’, or very intense still, in other words. The level of ‘flowiness’ did not affect the taste.
If you’re a huge fan of desserts, then this is the place to go. Heard they have superb rainbow cake too, so we will go back for some one day.
Bear in mind, however, that it is a pretty small and cosy cafe, so should you visit during one of the peak hours, finding a seat might be challenging. Waiting for your food might also take some time as it’s freshly made. BE PATIENT, ERRBARDEE.
It’s also a pretty big serving as it’s a huge chunk of bread toast afterall. So if you eat like a bird, you might want to visit this place with more friends, if not you might leave feeling (filling) like a Shibuya toast. HAHA #seewhatwedidthere
The Bakery Chef Singapore
Address: Block 161, Bukit Merah Central, #01-3711, Singapore 150161
Tuesdays to Thursdays, 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Fridays to Mondays, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Tel: 6273 9211
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