Rasmalai Cake

Rasmalai cake is a fusion dessert that combines the traditional Indian sweet dish Rasmalai with the Western cake. It is made by layering rasmalai, a sweet dumpling made from paneer (cottage cheese) between layers of sponge cake. The cake is then garnished with almonds, pistachios, and saffron. It is a unique and delicious combination of Indian and Western flavors and is a popular dessert among those who love to experiment with different flavors and cuisines.


Note: The final design of the signature cakes are decided by us and it may vary from the picture shown and cannot be customized.
Serving Size

3 Layer:

  • 6" round - 10-12 people
  • 8" round - 22-24 people
  • 10" round - 40-45 people
  • Qtr Sheet - 50-55 people

2 Layer:

  • 6" round - 6-8 people
  • 8" round - 18-20 people
  • 10" round - 33-35 people
  • Qtr Sheet - 43-45 people
3 Layer vs 2 Layer

A 3-layer cake has three layers of sponge cake, with two layers of filling in between. This type of cake is taller than a 2-layer cake and can have a more impressive visual appearance. It also allows for more filling options and offer more complex flavors. A 2-layer cake, on the other hand, typically has two layers of sponge cake with one layer of filling in between.