Starbucks has always been known as the boujee cousin of our local kopitiams.

However, people still flock to them for their beautiful, whipped cream-topped drinks, or a cold brew. Either way, Starbucks is no stranger to Singaporeans.

This National Day period, Starbucks pays tribute to the Lion City with a range of desserts with local flavours.

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From savoury to sweets, Starbucks has got you covered with their local delights.

For something with a spicy kick, go for the “Mai Hum” Chicken Laksa Pie and the “Hiam Ah” Devil’s Curry Pie.

As its name suggests, the “Mai Hum” Chicken Laksa Pie does NOT come with clams. The “Hiam Ah” Devil’s Curry Pie consists of egg, chicken sausage, and potato cooked in curry.

Image Credit: Starbucks Singapore
Image Credit: Starbucks Singapore

For the chocolate lovers, the “Orh Orh” KIT KAT® Chocolate Cake actually comes with a stick of KIT KAT® buried on top of each slice of cake.

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Of course, KIT KAT® isn’t exactly a Singaporean flavour. But this next one definitely is.

This is the “Sedap Lah” Pandan Gula Melaka Cake. Gula melaka cream sandwiched between layers of pandan-infused sponge cake, and topped with coconut flakes.

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The last one is my favourite – the “Tok Kong” NESTUM® Cake.

NESTUM® is such a nostalgic flavour. My mother used to make it for me for breakfast when I was younger. I loved it then, and I still love it now.

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This “Tok Kong” NESTUM® Cake comes with creamy NESTUM® sandwiched between layers of almond sponge cake, and garnished generously with a speculoos crumble. Mmm…..

Seen anything that you’d like to try? You better hurry down to your nearest Starbucks to get it before it runs out!

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