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S’pore cafe The Bakery Chef now sells exclusive boba Thai milk tea cakes

Yummy.

Melanie Lim | May 14, 02:11 pm

Ever since its inception, bubble tea has been making waves in Singapore.

This has led to many bubble tea related spin-offs, including bubble tea tarts, bubble tea hotpot, and recently, bubble tea cakes.

As such.

S’pore patisserie sells bubble tea tarts for S$7.50

Bubble tea hotpot exists

On April 9, 2019, local cafe The Bakery Chef launched three new lava cakes on their menu: the Boba Lava, Green Forest and Savoury Lava.

Here they are:

With all three cakes retailing at S$9.80 each, what stood out most, perhaps, was the Boba Lava – the cafe’s Boba with Thai Milk Tea creation.

Here’s a video of how the cake is like when cut:

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[NEW Items] [🚇 #StormscapeRedhill] [Launched: Apr 2019] LAVA BOBA Thai Milk Tea Cake?! The Bakery Chef has launched 3 [NEW] items on their menu 3 weeks ago! Known to start the Lava Toast trend few years back, now they have Fountain Cake and the [NEW] Lava Cake: . 1️⃣ Boba Lava (SGD 9.80) ⭐️⭐️ – Boba with Thai Milk Tea 2️⃣ Green Forest (SGD 9.80) – Matcha chiffon (can be stronger) with Green Thai Milk Tea. Jasmine taste is quite distinct 3️⃣ Savory Lava (SGD 9.80) ⭐️ – SALTED EGG lava topped with Fish Skin . Location: Blk 161, Bukit Merah Central, 01-3711, S150161 Opening hours: 11am – 7pm (Mon-Fri), 10am – 7pm (Sat-Sun) #StormscapeVideo #StormscapeMatcha #StormscapeSaltedEgg

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As well as other IG-worthy snaps from those who have already tried it:

Nice.

Address161 Bukit Merah Central, #01-3711, Singapore 150161

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday, 11am – 7pm
Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 7pm

Top image courtesy of Bakery Chef

About Melanie Lim

Melanie likes taking and editing photos for Instagram.

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