And as for what it tastes like? "The cake itself is very mild and very much about the delicate texture the melts in your mouth," Wong said. "Together with the toppings it has a strong sweet kick with a tinge of molasses and roasted nutty flavor."
The Huffington Post reported that the cake can be served with a roasted soybean flour called kinako and a molasses-like sugar.
The cake itself is zero calories.
For now, the cake is only available at Smorgasburg, a restaurant in Brooklyn, for $8.