5 Incredibly Mouth-Watering Lava Cakes in Singapore That Will Melt Your Heart
There’s just something about watching lava cakes burst that makes us so excited
1. Molten Lava Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Lava Cake
Unlike your typical chocolate cake, this amazing lava cake is infused with a luxurious serving of peanut butter. Despite the fact that chocolate and peanut butter isn’t a very novel concept, the way East 8 manages to pull off a soft and creamy interior with peanut butter is a feat to be respected.
10 Coleman Street #01/21–22
2. Golden Custard Lava Cake
The Western version of Liu Sha Bao takes advantage of Singaporean’s love for salted egg yolk to produce an amazing Golden Custard Lava Cake fit for kings.
Five & Dime
297 River Valley Road
3. Red Velvet Lava Cake
Red Velvet Cakes are delicious. Ones that bleed, are just delectable. That’s not all. This blood red velvet cake comes with a side of coconut ice cream to end off your delicious day. This rich little cake is incredibly sweet and has a hint of chocolatey goodness as well.
391 Orchard Rd, #05–29
4. Matcha Lava Cake
It’s as if SYNC Korean Fusion Bistro is telling us that Lava Cakes could not get any better. Combining the 2 hottest food trends in Singapore, the chefs at this epic restaurant brought us the Matcha Lava Cake, with a soft delicate bun that oozed a sweet and warm matcha-flavoured filling upon slicing it upon.
SYNC Korean Fusion Bistro
3 Gateway Drive, #03–01, Westgate
5. Molten Chocolate Cake
Only two words to describe Chili’s Molten Chocolate Cake ($15) — gigantic and immensely satisfying. If you love chocolate lava cake, you must try the one from Chili’s.
163 Tanglin Road, #02–23 Tanglin Mall