Keong Saik Bakery has risen to fame in recent months for being the first in Singapore to come up with the trendy dirty buns. However, I was more intrigued by their unique selection of cakes such as chendol delight, gula jawa sticky rice, and this rose tea cake ($6.80). Truth be told, this cake is very much lighter than it seems. The soft and moist sponge layers carry a very nice hint of tea aroma, and a faint rose flavour gradually emits from the bottommost, rose syrup-infused layer. Interestingly paired with corn mousse, I was pleasantly surprised at the flavour combination and even more delighted at how well each component was executed to deliver this magnificent piece.