How much does a custom cake cost?

Our 6″ starts from $60 for buttercream, $110 for fondant. Price depends on final size and design.

Can I taste the cake before I place an order?

We don’t offer cake tasting at the moment.

What are your most popular flavour combinations?

Chocolate cake with chocolate ganache.

Chocolate cake with Nutella.

 Do you do gluten free/dairy free/allergy/ baby friendly cakes?

We don’t offer special dietary options at the moment. Our cakes and buttercream have been reviewed by many to be not overly sweet.

Where should I keep my cake before cake cutting?

Fully buttercream cakes can be kept in the fridge.

Cakes with fondant decorations or fully fondant cakes should not be kept refrigerated before cake-cutting. (Fondant melts if kept in the fridge and then taken out.)

In general, our cakes are best eaten at room temperature for best cake texture.

How long can your bakes last?

Baked goods generally last 3-5 days refrigerated.

Custom cakes however, are best displayed and cut the day of collection/ delivery due to decorations (especially fondant decorations/ fully fondant cakes). Leftovers can be kept covered, in the fridge for the next few days.

How far in advance do I need to order?

Please give us 2 weeks notice for your custom cake order. Dates are still subjected to availability, so as soon as possible is great!

How is payment?

Payment details will be given upon confirmation of order details.

We require full payment for any orders, as confirmation.

20% of deposit is non-refundable in the event of cancellation by clients within 5 days of collection/ delivery. 100% of deposit will be refunded in the event of cancellation by us.

I’ve sent you an enquiry and haven’t heard back yet?

We’re working on it! Do give us a nudge if you don’t hear from us after 2 days.

Why is your cake delivery so expensive?

Cakes are fragile! We engage a 3rd party courier that specialises in food and cake deliveries. They take extra care with your cakes. Alternatively, you can arrange your own delivery but at your own risk.