How much do you love Chocolate Cake?
This February, we celebrate love—and what better dish to represent that than with the decadent, all-time favourite, Chocolate Cake? Whether it's a classic version or a re-imagined rendition, there's simply no better way to end a great meal with an indulgent slice of this centuries-old treat.
Here are a few under-the-radar picks that you definitely need to try!
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Priced at $38, this decadent lava cake has been a staple at Morton's The Steakhouse for years. With a bunch of recipes floating online attempting to mimick its taste and texture, it's no wonder why they call it "legendary". And we agree!
Morton's Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake: $38
Awfully Chocolate's signature chocolate cake may be a well-loved favourite amongst Singaporeans, but give your taste buds a treat the next time with their other best seller—the Chocolate Praline Cake! Featuring dark chocolate cake layered with a confection of hazelnut praline and lightly crunchy feuilletine, the only thing we can say is "Yum!"
Chocolate Praline Cake (1 Slice): $9.90
PS.Cafe's Sticky Date Pudding may take reigns as their most popular dessert, but have you given their Double Chocolate Blackout Cake a taste? As decadent as it sounds, it comes served with a side of ice cream and dark chocolate sauce—truly every chocolate lover's dream!
Double Chocolate Blackout Cake: $16
If you're looking for a gluten-free treat, then this cosy Italian joint at Binjai Park's got it. Start your meal with Italian favourites, and end it on a sweet note with an indulgent chocolate cake that's served with vanilla mascaporne, chantilly, pine nut brittles, and chocolate sauce.
Chocolate Flourless Cake: $16
Made with exquisite Valrhona Chocolate, Racine's rendition of the chocolate cake comes in the form of a fondant cake that oozes thick and rich liquid chocolate once you cut into it. Served alongside their house-made vanilla ice cream and a dash of sea salt, it's the ultimate combination you never knew you needed!
Valrhona Chocolate Fondant Cake: $18
Famed for their L'Africain hot chocolate, this world-famous French patisserie is no stranger to the dessert trade. And boy do they deliver. Sink your teeth into their Trocadéro, which promises to be a comforting and delicate creation that's composed of crunchy hazelnut bidscuit, hazelnut and chocolate cream, grounded almonds icing, and milk chocolate light whipped cream.
Trocadéro (1 Slice): $15
Death by chocolate cake? Doesn't sound too bad to us. Layered with brownie, chocolate mousse, meringue, and ganache, Jones The Grocer's take on the classic chocolate cake guarantees a roller coaster of decadent chocolate flavours, textures, and crunch.
Death By Chocolate (1 Slice): $12
Is there anything better than an ice-cold cake? The Dark Gallery's signature cake features 80% dark chocolate ice cream set atop a bed of dark chocolate cake, and adorned with dark chocolate shavings, berries, and gold dusting. Talk about decadence!
Petite Dark Chocolate Ice Cream Cake: $49
If you haven't tried Lana Cakes, you're truly missing out. A beloved classic since 1964, their Chocolate Fudge Cake is slathered with their signature chocolate fudge, and hidden within is a timeless chiffon cake that's soft, moist, and light all at the same time.
Chocolate Fudge Cake: $50