10 Best Dessert Spots In Singapore

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Anne Marie
Anne Marie 
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Singapore may be a small island, but it is huge on tourism: about 18.5 million visitors came to Singapore in 2018 alone. One of the main attractions in Singapore is its thriving food scene. From its hawker centers, where dozens of food stalls serve street meals, to high-end restaurants opened by world-famous chefs, Singapore is a center for gastro-tourists who are eating their way around the globe. In addition to its food scene, influenced by Chinese, Indian, Malay and Indonesian cuisines, there is also a delicious dessert culture to be explored. Singaporean dessert cafes offer everything your sweet tooth could desire, from cakes and pastries inspired by European and Western cuisine, to dishes with Asian roots like dessert soup. Whether you are a foodie checking another bucket list spot off your list, or a traveler looking for a sweet treat during a busy day of sightseeing, be sure to stop by one of these delicious dessert spots in Singapore!

1. m:dessertbar

Posted by 2am : dessertbar on Friday, 1 June 2018

There’s nothing better than a late night dessert! At ‘2am:dessertbar’, as the name implies, you can get your sweet fix well after midnight. They are open until late, six nights of the week, making it the perfect place to stop off after a late show or night at the club. Their menu offers upscale takes on classic dishes like tiramisu and chocolate tarts alongside inventive new dishes like a dessert sweet potato and melon yogurt ice. Each item comes with a recommended drink so you can have a nightcap too.


Address: 21A Lor Liput, Holland Village, Singapore 277733

Website: 2am:dessertbar

Opening hours: Tues - Fri: 3pm - 2am; Sat - Sun: 2pm - 2am (closed on Mon)

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2. Antoinette

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Posted by Antoinette on Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Antoinette serves breathtaking French desserts in a setting fit for royalty. The restaurant’s tiny cakes are little works of art, and they are also available in full cake sizes for special occasions. The menu also includes mouthwatering macarons, tarts, mousses, and more. You can also select from their collection of chocolates with unique flavorings like the violet flower and black sesame praline. Antoinette’s Chef Pang Kok Keong is a renowned patissier in Singapore, so you’ll be experiencing some of the best desserts there are!


Address: 30 Penhas Road, Singapore 208188

Website: Antoinette

Opening hours: Mon - Thurs: 11am - 10pm; Fri: 11am - 11pm; Sat: 10am - 11pm; Sun: 10am - 10pm

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3. Non Entrée Dessert Cafe

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Non Entrée is all about desserts, serving up innovative sweets that you won’t find anywhere else. The cafe is well-known for its desserts shaped to look like other local foods: for instance, an entirely edible egg with a chocolate shell and coconut panna cotta filling around a yolk that runs like a real egg when you crack it! You can also slurp up Bak Chor Mee made with mango noodles and topped with a raspberry reduction chili. These amazing dessert replicas are just the tip of the iceberg of the menu, so be sure to leave some time to stop by Non Entrée on your itinerary.

Non Entrée Dessert Cafe

Address: 204 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218451

Website: Non Entrée Dessert Cafe

Opening hours: Tues - Thurs: 2pm - 10pm; Fri: 2pm - 11pm; Sat: 12pm - 11pm; Sun: 12pm - 10pm (closed on Mon)

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4. Sunday Folks

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Sundays are best spent relaxing while sipping coffee and eating sweets; at Sunday Folks, the cafe tries to replicate that easy Sunday morning feeling throughout the rest of the week. They offer handcrafted desserts made with careful attention the whole way through, from selecting the ingredients to preparation to decorating the finished product. The results are delicious cakes that come in flavors like Japanese matcha with white chocolate, chocolate cognac ganache, and lemon lavender. Their other popular offering is soft serve ice cream, swirled into a cone or on top of a waffle.

Sunday Folks

Address: 44 Jln Merah Saga, #01-52 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278116

Website: Sunday Folks

Opening hours: Tues - Thurs: 1pm - 10pm; Fri - Sat: 12pm - 11pm; Sun: 12pm - 10pm (closed on Mon)

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5. Hatter Street

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Posted by Hatter Street on Monday, 18 March 2019

Hatter Street Bakehouse and Cafe is a charming spot with a wonderland of dishes! Your expectations will be turned upside down by Hatter Street’s artisanal takes on comforting classic desserts. If cheesecake is your favorite, taste the Snickers cheesecake or Kick Lai Liao, a chocolate peanut butter variety. Relive the flavors of your childhood with Ho Lok Tin, an Ovaltine cake, and A-Maize-Ing, a unique popcorn cake! Each dessert is impeccably crafted and just waiting to become part of your Instagram feed.

Hatter Street

Address: 462 Crawford Lane #01-59 Singapore

Website: Hatter Street

Opening hours: 1pm - 10pm (daily)

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6. Ah Chew Desserts

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Head to Ah Chew Desserts for Singapore’s most popular spot for soup desserts! Drink your sweets instead of chewing them by sipping delicious bowls dessert soup in flavors like almond and papaya. Another menu category is steamed egg desserts, which come with whole eggs or egg whites and are topped with chocolate cookies, ginger juice, and more. Ah Chew Desserts also offers durian desserts, flavored by the popular Singaporean dessert which doesn’t smell great but tastes amazing.

Ah Chew Desserts

Address: #01, 1 Liang Seah St, 10/11 Liang Seah Place, Singapore 189032

Website: Ah Chew Desserts

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 12:30pm - 12am; Fri: 12:30pm - 1am; Sat: 1:30pm - 1am; Sun: 1:30pm - 12am

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7. Cake Spade

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Cake Spade is the place for cakes, as well as dozens of other varieties of desserts. Their delicious cakes come by the slice as well as a whole, in case you’re heading to a party. You can even get a whole cake made of different slices of all the cakes the shop offers! Cakes come in several varieties, including tofu cheesecakes with fruity flavors, cream cheesecakes, meringue cakes, and everyone’s favorite, chocolate! Cake Spade also has lots of other dessert items on the menu: their brownies, chocolate or fruit tarts, chocolate and fruit crumble, and cute cupcakes will all have you drooling at the counter!

Cake Spade

Address: 83 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088504

Website: Cake Spade

Opening hours: Mon - Thurs: 12pm - 9:30pm; Fri - Sat: 12pm - 10:30pm (closed on Sun)

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8. The Fabulous Baker Boy

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Another pick for great cakes in Singapore is The Fabulous Baker Boy. The chef who started the shop is a self-taught baker who delights in seeing customers enjoying his creations. The dessert items on the menu include classics like carrot cake, red velvet cake, and New York Cheesecake alongside unique offerings like blueberry lemon yogurt and raspberry lemon cakes. In addition to dessert, The Fabulous Baker Boy also serves a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu, and their food is prepared to be halal and they even have gluten-free options.

The Fabulous Baker Boy

Address: 70 RIVER VALLEY ROAD, #01-15. SINGAPORE 179037

Website: The Fabulous Baker Boy

Opening hours: Tues - Thurs: 8:30am - 6pm; Fri - Sat: 8:30am - 10pm; Sun: 8:30am - 5pm (closed on Mon)

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9. Creamier

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Singapore has a warm, humid climate, so no dessert is more refreshing than ice cream. For the best scoops head over to Creamier. Their premium ice creams are made in small batches daily so you know you’re getting the freshest treat. Their flavors range from traditional, like Plain Ole Chocolate and Roasted Pistachio, to the inventive, like Thai Milk Tea and Earl Grey Lavender. Sorbets are also available and come in fruity flavors like mango passionfruit. Creamier also serves coffee, making this the ideal place to stop off for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up.


Address: Blk 128 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-835 Singapore 310128

Website: Creamier

Opening hours: Tue – Thu and Sun: 12pm – 10pm; Fri - Sat: 12pm – 11pm (closed on Mon)

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10. Windowsill Pies

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Posted by Windowsill Pies on Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Pie is an often overlooked dessert when compared to cakes, cupcakes, and ice cream. However, be sure to build time into your visit to stop by Windowsill Pies, a relaxed bakery that specializes in pies, offering varieties you won’t find anywhere else. There are no plain old pies here-instead, you can feast on apple bourbon pie, pecan pumpkin pie, or banana cognac pie to get an elevated taste of your old favorites. The adventurous will devour the coconut lime vodka pie or the honey macadamia pie. Whether you go for a traditional pie or try a unique flavor, Windowsill Pies is an atmosphere where you can savor it with friends or loved ones-the way dessert should be enjoyed!

Windowsill Pies

Address: 95 Soo Chow Walk, Singapore 575382

Website: Windowsill Pies

Opening hours: Tue - Thur: 12pm - 10pm; Fri: 12pm - 11pm; Sat: 10am - 11pm; Sun: 10am - 10pm (closed on Mon)

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Have your dessert and eat it too

Durian Gelato
Source: Photo by user Timothyngim used under CC BY-SA 3.0

Every great meal deserves to end with a tasty dessert. Singapore is full of wonderful cuisine, and the dessert culture has stepped up to provide a sweet finishing touch to every meal. Visit one spot on this list, or visit them all–but whatever you do, don’t leave Singapore without treating yourself to a delicious dessert.

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