Gobi introduces the BAO ice cream

December 28, 2015

The BAO (Banana Apple Orange) sparked a division of the sexes in Gobi’s kitchen. Flavor Name Yaay by 5 of Gobi’s staff on that day First idea: Apple Banana 满糕 Man Cream 3 Yaay 2 Nays 2nd Idea: Orange Banana 一场 The Long One 3 Yaay 2 Nays 3rd Idea: Banana Apple Orange The BAO ice cream 5 yaays  

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Gobi’s Flaming Raspberry

June 3, 2015

The Flaming Raspberry is Gobi’s reinterpretation of the Flaming Raspberry sauce use to give beef steaks the zing. We felt that it is such a waste for such a delicate tangy taste not to be the main event. Our first version of the Flaming Raspberry was a dome shaped white chocolate mouse cake with a beautiful thick coat of raspberry sauce outside. The cake was 660gm and 5.5″. Our customers loved the cake and wanted something…

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Foodblog: SecretLifeofFatBacks – Pineapple Fruit Enzyme Pound Cake

April 19, 2015

Gobi Desserts, 350 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore Pineapple pound cake with a shot of orange pear fruit enzyme. You get to choose if you want to heat up the pineapple pound cake, and I tried both the warm and normal versions. The truth of the matter is that the cake itself is irrelevant in this exercise – it’s entirely about the fruit enzyme, which tastes like a dead ringer for sake…

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Foodblog: SecretLifeofFatBacks – the Crimson Poire William

April 19, 2015

http://www.burpple.com/f/oCRWmnfg 350 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore Gobi Dessert’s signature Poire William – pear soaked in red dragonfruit fruit enzyme and baked with crème brulee. Whilst the red dragonfruit fruit enzyme (the naturally occurring alcoholic substance that I had previously raved about) is not as natural at donning Kylie disco hotpants, drunken headbops and inappropriate grinding at Butter Factory compared to the skankier orange-pear fruit enzyme, the crème brulee was still…

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Food Blog: SecretLifeofFatBacks – The Spiral from Gobi

April 19, 2015

http://secretlifeoffatbacks.com/2015/04/spiral-gobi-desserts/ Spiral from Gobi Desserts. Essentially a simple, nice and warm chocolate cake hiding a rather delinquent and very wet rum surprise centre, topped with vanilla ice cream and nuts. Who knew gentle heat and alcohol had so much The Fault in Our Stars-esque chemistry? 3.9/5 Gobi Desserts 350 Joo Chiat Road Singapore 427598

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