Starbucks Singapore has launched the Impossible Rendang Pie, available at all stores across the island for S$8.90 each.
The item is available from today (July 1) to August 11.
The price on food delivery platforms is S$9.20 per pie.
Impossible Rendang Pie
The Impossible Rendang Pie is made of shortcrust pastry, Impossible meat (which is plant-based meat), rendang gravy, carrots, edamame, potatoes, and a hard-boiled egg.
It is part of Starbucks Singapore’s limited-time Shiok Food Menu, which aims to celebrate the local flavours of Singapore.
General manager of Starbucks Singapore, Patrick Kwok, said that this dish will be the first of a new selection of plant-based food.
The Impossible Rendang Pie will available at all Starbucks stores across Singapore, and through Foodpanda, Deliveroo and GrabFood until August 11, 2020.
Here's the photo of the pie from Starbucks Singapore:
What it really looks & tastes like
The pie has meatball-sized Impossible meat, with half a boiled egg, potatoes, carrots and edamame.
In terms of taste, it is similar to a curry puff but with flaky pastry and the Impossible pieces has a similar texture to a conventional meatball.
According to Starbucks, it is suitable for vegetarians who consume egg and dairy.
Here's what the pie looks like in real life (with no filters):
Top images via Starbucks Singapore and Sumita Thiagarajan