Desserts Shaped In Bak Chor Mee & Singapore Breakfast Will Bring You Back To The Past

If you think you can only have Bak Chor Mee and Kaya Toast with Hard Boiled Eggs for breakfast, you are wrong.

Located at Rangoon Road, Non Entree Dessert Cafe specializes in quirky and mouth-watering desserts that have garnered a strong following amongst the Instagram crowd. But if you haven’t seen their Rubber Ducky and Matcha Avalanche desserts, you haven’t missed out on much yet because there’s something even better.

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Yes, these are legit desserts. We are not even kidding.

The launch of Non Entree Dessert’s new menu saw an innovative take on the Singaporean local food, including nostalgic favourites like Iced Gems, Tutu Kueh, Ang Ku Kueh and even Old-School Cake Pops. These desserts are prepared with ingredients that have been creatively reworked to replicate the exact look of the traditional food from the past.

Here’s a breakdown of some of the desserts that are worth a shout out:

1. Bak Chor Mee

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The “noodles” are prepared with Mango Vermicelli and pudding, the “Vinegar” from aged balsamico, “Chili” from raspberry reduction, “Minced Meat” and “Pork Lard” using sesame snow & cookie crumbles and “Fishball” using coconut parfait.

Sounds like a mouthful, but tastes like a party in your mouth. The folks here at Non Entree Dessert are all about focusing on the minute details to replicate the real deal, even down to utilizing balsamic jelly to mimic the textures of mushrooms you find in every bowl of authentic Bak Chor Mee.

2. Singapore Kaya Toast + Soft-Boiled Egg Breakfast

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If you were wondering, no, there’s not an actual egg. The “soft boiled egg” is made from coconut panna cotta while the bursting “egg yolk” is topped with “soy sauce” garnishing made from Gula Melaka and “pepper” made from Cinnamon.

The bread, too, is also a Kaya Parfait Toast in disguise.

3. Tutu Kueh

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A TuTu Kueh dessert that also has textures akin to the real deal? Count me in. With flavours such as Coconut Vanilla Mousse, Gula Meleka and Almond, this dessert steals the spotlight from other desserts and shines on its own.

4. Ang Ku Kueh

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Essentially prepared using Strawberry Curd, Strawberry Jelly and Shortbread. I’m not sure about you, but one look at this and I already know what I’m going to order on my next visit to Non Entree Dessert Cafe.

Non Entree Dessert Cafe
204 Rangoon Rd
Singapore 218451

Opening Hours:
Tues to Thurs, Sun: 2pm – 10pm
Fri to Sat: 2pm – 11pm

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This article was first published on Goodyfeed.com

Cassandra Tan

Cassandra Tan

Cassandra is a professional glutton and a lifestyle blogger who is always chasing the latest food trends in town. She documents her gastronomical adventures on her blog (www.cforcassan.com) and on her Instagram page (@cforcassan)
Cassandra Tan