Rainbow Cheese Toast

Beware Singapore, a new food trend may have arrived.

Colourful and tasty, the Rainbow Cheese Toast first appeared in Hong Kong, creating a wave of Instagram craze.

And now, it’s available in Singapore too!

Created by Epicurious Cafe (Robertson Quay), their version of the Rainbow Cheese Toast is coloured and flavoured with mostly real food, with just a tinge (1 drop per batch of cheese) of food colouring.

The coulours are mainly made up of boiled red cabbage (which turns into a lovely violet purple), carrot (orangy-yellow), spinach (green), and beetroot (pink).

The rainbow cheese mix is 25-30% vegetable puree, with the balance made from mozzarella and parmesan, with a little truffle oil thrown in.

So yeah, these Rainbow Cheese Toasts are both visually appealing and Instagram-worthy + they’re mostly made from natural ingredients (and not food colouring) so you can happily wolf them down without worrying about ingesting to much chemicals.

Can’t wait to try one for yourself? Epicurious Cafe is currently serving the Rainbow Cheese Toasts in limited portions so be sure to get there early before they get sold out!

Epicurious Cafe
60 Robertson Quay, #01-02 The Quayside, Singapore 238252
Nearest MRT Station: Clarke Quay
Tel: +65 6734 7720
Tue to Fri: 11.30am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 8.30am – 10pm
Website: http://www.epicurious.com.sg/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpicuriousSG/

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