If you were to ask us if there’s a go to place for pretty and delicious desserts, it would be Non Entrée Desserts.
Located in between two Bak Kut Teh shops (Founders Bak Kut Teh and Ng Ah Siol Bak Kut Teh) is this cafe, along Rangoon road. Also, Old Hen Coffee Bar and The Cold Pantry can be found in the vicinity if you’re hopping around cafes. Certainly a wallet-friendly cafe introducing desserts that will make you go WOW!
Isn’t This just Oozesome? Their Chocolate Avalanche is a really well balanced dessert with an orange-infused ice cream to compliment the luscious, dense chocolate lava, producing a rather refreshing taste, the almond nougatine gave it an extra crunchy texture. Pretty neat huh? Look at the creative plating! I love every moment here, especially cutting open the cake and mixing them together!
And for all matcha fans, you got to go for their Matcha Avalanche, featuring a hot flowing matcha green tea lava with azuki beans flowing onto roasted green tea gelato. Irresistible, visually stunning matcha dessert that is easily one of our favourite places to ease our matcha craving!
Cherry Pop is so pleasing to our eyes, *insert heart shaped eyes emoji*.Cherry with Bols Kirsch & mascarpone form, earl grey jelly, chocolate soil, marinated cherry compote, flourless sponge and spicy cherry sorbet. Tangy, sour combination with a seemingly reminiscent popping candy texture.
Creme fraiche pudding, fresh mango puree, sago, biscuit, frozen exotic cocktail ducky sat on a lemongrass cloud. Another creative dessert reenacted from a common bathroom sight! We really enjoyed this one which was very refreshing and light, their rendition of a mango sago dessert with an elevated taste and presentation!
Other than cinematic dessert offerings, you can find these dainty pastries and equally enticing gelato over the display counter
Yet another beautiful dessert piped very well! However, it felt like the raspberry was the more dominant one.
Delicate Earl Grey Viola that consists of earl grey white chocolate mousse, layers of wild-berries curd and jam. Imagine the amount of effort needed to produce something intricate like this with so much details all over. Sweetness wasn’t too overpowering and we liked it a lot!
Overall, I felt that this cafe certainly is one of a kind, a great place for instagrammable shots of various deconstructed desserts. We can’t wait to see what new desserts they have to offer in the upcoming future.
Non Entree is back again with a brand new Back To The Future Themed Menu !
I bet you guys are as excited as we are with the launch of “Back to the Future” themed menu featuring dainty cakes and desserts that resonates very well with the locals. Expect cakes in the form of “Ang Ku Kueh”, “Tutu Kueh” and plated dessert of “Bak Chor Mee”! Non Entree Dessert Cafe is always brimming with new ideas and constantly updating their menu so that you can look forward to experience something new when you visit.
Unlike your usual piping hot bowl of savoury minced meat noodles,”Bak Chor Mee” features a bowl of Mango vermicelli “noodles”, mango pudding with aged balsamico “vinegar”, raspberry reduction “chilli”, sesame snow “minced meat” & coconut “fishball” parfait. Like its counterpart, it is recommended to mix well before eating it, so that you won’t miss out on the sauce and cookie crumbles “pork lard” with every mouthful ! Still, we found that the balsamic was quite strong, but this dish certainly have an unique and robust flavour which was quite fruity and refreshing. Thumbs up for the creativity and effort too with the dessert being served in old school bowls and utensils !
While it looks like it, it’s certainly not your usual traditional SG breakfast set! Singapore Breakfast, consist of coconut panna cotta “soft boiled eggs” with bursting “yolk” topped with Gula Melaka “soy sauce” & cinnamon “pepper powder” & kaya parfait toast on the side. The consistency of the “soft boiled eggs” are surprisingly similar to the actual one. Together with the crispy toast. What a great dessert experience!
Another oozesome creation by Non Entree Dessert Cafe ! This time, in conjunction with their Back to the Future themed desserts, the new flavour in this avalanche series features a warm flowing Horlicks White Chocolate Avalanche that will surely get all Horlicks fans psyched ! Am i right? Does this evoke some pleasant memories of having the disc shaped horlicks sweet we used to have as a kid?
Ang Ku Kueh ( Red Tortoise Cake) is a small oval shaped pastry molded to resemble a tortoise shell with a sweet filling like grounded peanuts and sugar. This replica features a Strawberry curd, Strawberry jelly, Shortbread. I believe they used to have this in their cake counter too, but it has taken the form of Ang Ku Kueh! It is a Chinese traditional belief that by eating these tortoise shelled cakes, it will bring longevity, good fortune and prosperity !
Tutu Kueh, essentially a Singaporean delicacy, (Kue putu mangkok) is a disc shaped sweet snack made of steamed rice flour and a filling of shredded coconut or grounded peanuts. This cake features a soft coconut almond sponge with Gula Melaka cream & coconut vanilla mousse. Retaining some flavours of coconut like its counterpart, we thoroughly enjoyed this sweet treat as well with a taste of nostalgia and a great texture of sponge cake and mousse complemented by some sweetness of the Gula Melaka. Very well thought out and interesting!
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