Cake Avenue has been known to excite customers with beautiful and playful custom cakes. Owners Natalie and Chuan Sheng Wong set up their first humble outlet in 2000, less than half the space of their current premises.
As their business expanded, Cake Avenue also expanded its business to a full-fledged café concept, offering simple café meals alongside French-style dessert.
The halal-certified café will serve its new dessert menu that features 6 playful twists to classic diner food of the 60s and 70s.
The diner delights feature 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. Served with a side of warm fries made up of vanilla cake that you can dip into the citrusy passionfruit puree ‘mustard’ and a tangy raspberry puree ‘ketchup’.
A dish to remind us of our childhood would be the iconic Alphabet Soup (S$8.90) made of a refreshing and creamy lychee mousse entrapment with chunks of lychee and raspberry fruit.
Let’s not forget about the addition of the Nachos Dulces(S$12.90) , a sharing dish that includes flatbread nachos packed with the usual toppings such as chocolate mousse ‘refried beans’, strawberry compote ‘salsa’ , julienned peach ‘cheese’ and pistachio ice cream ‘guacamole’.
Already a favourite at carnivals and pasarmalams, Cake Avenue’s corndog homage, The Great Con Dog (S$8.90) substitutes the sausage meat for warm sweetcorn custard. To top it off is a side scoop of vanilla ice cream served with fresh strawberries.
Drinks at Cake Avenue are inspired by the classic milkshake but were given a magical twist! The Sunshine unicorn ($7.90) is a mixture of vanilla ice cream
Address: 33 Lorong Kilat, #01-01/02, Kilat Centre, Singapore 598132 | Tel: +65 6877 9008.
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 8:30 pm (Closed on Mondays).
Nearest MRT Station: Beauty World MRT.