You may have read about that rainbow bagel from New York. But have you tried a rainbow toastie (toasted cheese sandwich)? Kala Toast, a small sandwich shop from Hong Kong, has just started this bizarre food fad.
Check out this sandwich stop, the next time you’re in Hong Kong. Besides its famed rainbow toastie, adventurous foodies can try its Cheese and durian (a toastie made with fresh durian and cream cheese) and a Korean “gangnam style” toastie that includes kimchi and spicy marinated pork.
Dean & Deluca. The gourmet grocer and cafe from New York is among the popular for the rainbow sponge cake; it currently has two outlets in Singapore. The colours you see on the cake aren’t just for show either. Each colour corresponds to a fruity flavour, from strawberry for the red layer to lemon for the yellow layer.
Dean & Deluca蛋糕。纽约的美食店和咖啡馆是彩虹海绵蛋糕中最流行的，最近在新加坡已经有两家经销店。你所看到的蛋糕上的颜色不仅仅是为了好看而已，每一种颜色其实都代表着一种水果香味，从红色的草莓层一直到黄色的柠檬层。
The Jelly Hearts. You may have seen rainbow-coloured agar (layered jelly) but have you tried a jelly-topped cheesecake? This colourful creation features layers of fresh strawberries, jelly and cream cheese on top of a digestive biscuit crust.
I Am Cafe. If you’ve had your fair share of sponge cakes, why not try a mille crepe cake instead; this particular cake just happens to boast technicolour hues. This colourful confection is made of thin layers of crepe, sandwiched between dark and white chocolate cream.
I Am Café千层蛋糕。如果你已经吃过了“恰如其份”的海绵蛋糕，为什么不尝尝千层蛋糕呢？这种别致的蛋糕恰好拥有彩色的色调。这种彩色甜食是由油煎薄饼做成的，并且像三明治一样地夹在黑白色的巧克力奶油中。
Little Nothings. This online bakery is known for its jar cakes (sponge cakes served in a jar) and its bestselling dessert is its Rainbow jar cake. It consists of layers of vanilla sponge cake, topped with marshmallows and buttercream.