Chocolate cake. Cheesecake. Vegetarian.

In 1989, we were inspired by the idea.

In 2008, Chef Icon came into existence.

Our vision was to present a sincere form of “natural” food, moving away from artificial ingredients to recover a reverence for nature. Carefully refining recipes and baking methods over the years, we decided to pursue this dream of bringing the benefits of nature baking to everyone.

Depth in taste and texture are a distinctive feature of Chef Icon’s chocolate cake and cheesecake, which are anchored in the principles of Avian Neutro.

Avina Neutro are crafting good food by not adding artificial colourings and flavourings, preservatives, animal meat, rennet and gelatin, margarine and alcohol.

Chocolate cake and cheesecake lovers, you have found us.

Our products are vegetarian and suitable for muslim.

Fun to know: Baking the perfect chocolate cake and cheesecake requires experience and the right ingredients, but they are both beloved desserts enjoyed globally. Here are some interesting facts about these treats:

  1. In 2013, a group of scientists discovered that eating chocolate cake for breakfast could actually help improve cognitive function and increase concentration levels.
  2. Chocolate cake has been a popular dessert in America since the 1800s.
  3. Chocolate cake has been used in many creative ways, such as for art exhibitions and fashion shows.
  4. The first recorded chocolate cake recipe can be found in a cookbook called The Lady’s Receipt Book written by Eliza Leslie in 1847.
  5. Some famous people in history who loved chocolate cake include Elvis Presley and Pablo Picasso.
  6. Cheesecakes have been around for almost 2,000 years, making it one of the oldest desserts in the world.
  7. Cheesecake is a complex dessert to make, with a variety of techniques and ingredients that can be used.
  8. There are at least 11 different types of cheesecakes, including New York-style cheesecake, Italian-style cheesecake, and Japanese-style cheesecake, among others.
  9. The beginning of cheesecake can be traced back to ancient Greece, where it was served to athletes during the first Olympic games held in 776 BC.
  10. Some famous people who love cheesecake include Taylor Swift and Oprah Winfrey.