Dessert store singapore: 12 Best Dessert Places to Try in Singapore [2021]

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12 Best Dessert Places to Try in Singapore [2021]

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Is a meal ever complete without dessert? Singapore’s exposure to desserts has varied over the years, ranging from the simple and nostalgic ice kachang and ice cream sandwiches to intricate and fancy pastries. If that’s not enough, social media is always ready to remind you of the next trendy dessert sweeping the town. You could say we Singaporeans are spoilt for choice when it comes to desserts, but with almost endless possibilities, surely any sweet tooth would be spoilt for choice in which cake they can eat?

If you have a penchant for sweet treats or are racking your brains to find the perfect dessert for a special event, our list of the best dessert places in Singapore could be the one you are looking for! Our list includes a range of desserts from cakes to ice cream and pastries, so you’ll never run out of treats to seek out and try. Keep reading to check out our list of places that will definitely be worth the indulgence.

Note: As of writing this article, establishments are still confining to social distancing guidelines. Do exercise social responsibility when eating out in large groups!

Before that, check out these articles for a spread of fun activities to burn off some calories before you indulge in sweet heaven:

1. KURA

KURA – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Pastry bakery shop, Dessert Singapore
Website www.kura.sg
Address 46 Kim Yam Road, The Herencia, #01-07
Singapore 23935
(Located at Drop Off Point B)
Phone
Email [email protected] / [email protected]
Operating hours 11AM – 6PM

KURA actually means Koojee and Rachel (the 2 co-founders), but it is also Japanese for a small house where one keeps one’s treasure. Thus, for KURA, it is about infusing both French techniques with Japanese flavours to create exquisite artisanal pastries.

Rachel and Koojee love using classic French techniques in their food as it is the base to all classic pastries. You can find 16 to 20 different desserts at their counter. The duo also believe that Asians love the lightness of different textures combined while having a burst of acidity mixed in and sometimes even accompanied along with local flavours. That’s why some of their well-loved pastries combine both traditional tastes and contemporary techniques to create a truly intricate dessert!

Key Differentiators
  1. KURA is located in the previous Nan Chiau Secondary School.
  2. At their establishment, KURA serves up both Traditional and Western Drinks. Rachel and Koojee feel it is very important to remember our traditional roots, so you can enjoy your cake with a cup of Kopi O or Teh bing.
  3. Having almost all sorts of flavours ranging from Fruit base to Tea base to Dark Chocolaty Base. Even the Tiramisu Desserts uses Local Kopi O instead of Espresso.
Customer Review

Nostalgia…

First time returning to a somewhat familiar area as my alma mater was relocated near to this location when it was under going renovations in Anderson Rd many moons back. Apparently this was where Nan Chiau Sec Sch used to be. ( Both our schools’ students used to pack like sardines on the morning peak-hour buses 32/54/195 to reach our destination.😊)
The tarts :

Yummilicious factor : 5 stars!!❤️

1. Uji triple matcha tart

Rich matcha taste with nuts to add texture. The crust was thin so it did not feel as if we are just eating the tart crust .

2. La vie en rose

Their signature tart is dark-chocolatey terrific! From the milk chocolate mousse to the dark chocolate mid-way, down to the buttery base, every mouthful explodes an array of flavours that releases feel-good hormones so for women during “that time of the month” , this is perfect haha! ofc it is still a tart for all fellowmen 🙂

Love it and cozy ambience as well as good service !

Raelynn Burge

2.

FLOR Patisserie

FLOR Patisserie – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Japanese-inspired French pastries bakery, Dessert Singapore
Website www.cakeflor.com.sg
Address Siglap:
42 Siglap Drive, Singapore 456167

Duxton Hill:
2 Duxton Hill #01-01, Singapore 089588

Capitol:
13 Stamford Road #01-11 Capitol Singapore, Singapore 178905

Phone Siglap: 62430813
Duxton Hill: 62238628
Capitol: 69777202
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Siglap: 11AM – 6PM
Duxton Hill: 11AM – 7PM
Capitol: 11AM – 7PM

FLOR Patisserie is a Japanese-styled patisserie serving authentic Japanese-inspired French pastry. As strong believers in honest baking with the finest ingredients, FLOR takes pride in using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients in their pastries. FLOR’s signature confections feature largely fresh fruits and are lighter in flavour than conventional French pastries. Besides the perennial favourites Strawberry Shortcake, Signature Roll and Yuzu Strawberry Tart, FLOR also carries seasonal cakes such as FLOR’s signature Tofu Chiffon which changes flavour every two months.

Key Differentiators
  1. A Japanese-styled patisserie serving authentic Japanese-inspired French pastries.
  2. Honest baking with the finest ingredients is their motto.
  3. Does not use any artificial stabilizers, agents or preservatives; not even a speck of baking powder is used in the cakes and pastries.
Customer Review

I’m a silent cake eater…. but I highly recommended Flor for its excellent cakes and great service! Recently was when I ordered a Mont Blanc cake with their online delivery and it came very beautifully delivered. They even ask me to check the cake before I take it in my hands! I can feel the work and effort they have done in this single cake. Our family enjoyed it a lot. Second was a 2 weeks’ back experience at your Capitol outlet, their staff was very kind to extend a carpark coupon to me due to my spending. Hahaha you can see how much I love your cakes. 😉😉 Great service and keep it up guys! Thank you for the little things you do. 💯💯♥️♥️

Brillyn Toh

3. DOHKIE

DOHKIE – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Edible cookie dough, Dessert Singapore
Website www.dohkie.com.sg
Address 803 North Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 198771
Phone 87973903
Email [email protected]
Operating hours 1:30PM – 10PM daily

DOHKIE is the first and only edible cookie dough shop in Singapore. Spreading the love for edible cookie dough since 2018, DOHKIE whips up fresh cookie dough daily in 8 unique flavours to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Tired of the usual dessert offerings and looking for an alternative? Head down to DOHKIE to find out if their chilled edible cookie dough, with its unique taste and texture, is for you! Who knows, this might be the dessert your fridge has been missing. Dine-in and takeaway options are also available for that cookie dough fix anytime!

Key Differentiators
  1. The first and only edible cookie dough brick-and-mortar shop in Singapore.
  2. Will not melt, making it the perfect movie/Netflix treat!
  3. Unique flavours of cookie dough available. The most popular flavours are Original Chocolate Chip, Cookies & Cream, and Brownie Batter.
Customer Review

Cookie Dough may not be for everyone but I enjoy it every darn time. Personally do not have a sweet tooth (but love strong flavours) so my recommendations are:

– Peanut Butter

– Bitter Matcha with White Chocolate

– Brownie Batter (significantly more decadent and sweet but a superb chocolate fix)

If you like earl grey tea, their Earl Grey Vanilla soft serve is one of the most (naturally) flavourful out there. Note that the Soft Serve is sweeter than the dough, so it balances out.

Their staff is the epitome of unintrusive but always helpful and welcoming. They’ve made the small space conducive for hanging out with friends or chilling alone if you have none. Also the branding is perfection. Is it a fishball? A potato? Nobody knows!! But maybe, just maybe, an unbaked cookie. Thanks for being the definitive DOH joint here in Singapore. 🍪

4. Mrs. Plumps

Mrs Plumps – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Healthier-alternative ice creams, Dessert Singapore
Website www.mrsplumps.com
Address [email protected] Lim Green, 20 Upper Pickering St, #01-01, Singapore
Phone 9186 5011
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Monday to Friday: 12:30PM – 6:30PM

Mrs. Plump’s is Singapore’s original superfood ice cream. Mrs. Plump, mother of fussy preschooler twin boys, has been sneaking in some of their daily serve of fruit and vegetables into their most favourite treat… ice cream! Agave, dates and fruits are used to naturally sweeten their ice creams and superfoods such as kale, chia seeds and berries are emulsified into the mixture, resulting in a deceivingly delicious treat.

Mrs. Plump’s also offers keto vegan superfood ice cream, vegan sugar-free superfood popsicles as well as an ever-changing, indulgent CheatDay range with bespoke festive flavours. There is truly a range of ice-creams to please anyone. Handcrafted in small batches by Mrs. Plump herself, her ice creams are truly a labour of love. Grab their best selling flavours such as Chocolate Kale, Banana Dates, Keto Cinnamon Coconut and Strawberry Popsicles at their store or online. Never has something healthy tasted so good!

Key Differentiators
  1. No refined sugar – their ice creams are mainly sweetened with natural sugars from fruit, dates and organic agave nectar.
  2. Superfood ice creams contain a sneaky dose of superfoods which add fibre, vitamins and minerals to the ice cream, making it a healthier treat.
  3. All-natural ingredients are used – oes not contain any dextrose, maltodextrin, liquid sugars, preservatives or other nasties found in typical ice creams. 
Customer Review

This is some of the best ice cream I have ever had. Chocolate Kale is divine. And the keto ice cream is amazing. My son loves the Vietnamese Coffee one! And what I also love is the environmentally friendly packaging.

5. The Tiramisu Hero

The Tiramisu Hero – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Bespoke tiramisu and savoury meals cafe, Dessert Singapore
Website www.thetiramisuhero.com
Address 121 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207548
Phone 62925271
Email [email protected]
Operating hours 11AM – 10PM daily (closed every third Wednesday of the month)

If you can’t tell by the name, it’s all about tiramisu here! Nestled in the colorful neighborhood of Jalan Besar, The Tiramisu Hero opened its doors in 2013, bringing customizable tiramisu that is available in up to 20 flavours. Choose from unique flavours such as hojicha, yuzu, Milo or Speculoos to change up the classic treat to a modern flavour. What’s more, you can choose your desired wetness, sweetness and alcohol levels for your perfect tiramisu fix!

Other than the Italian treat, The Tiramisu Hero also serves coffee and a plethora of other savoury offerings like Garlic Butter Shrimp Pasta, Sir Antonio Mega Breakfast to fun local favorites like Homemade Dry Mee Hoon Kueh. They also have a Meat-Free section catered for our vegetarian and vegan guests. 

Key Differentiators
  1. Customizable tiramisu where customers can select from a list of up to 20 available flavours, and thereafter customise how moist, how sweet and how much (or whether) they would like their tiramisu alcoholic. 
  2. Bring a part of The Tiramisu Hero home with their line of merchandise featuring our cafe mascot, Sir Antonio. 
  3. The Tiramisu Hero has a franchisee currently based in Japan, near Tokyo.
Customer Review

Saw this place at night when my friend and I were on the way back to the hotel. It looks cute from outside and very crowded, as it was really late and we were too sleepy, we decided to have breakfast the next day here. 

The place indeed is very cute and cosy. The drawings of Sir Antonio (the main cat) are on the wall and ceilings. The servers are friendly too!

I ordered piccolo latte and it came in a very cute cat mug and my friend ordered long black. We shared the mega breakfast, and lucky that we decided to share it, as the portion is really big. Bacons, egg, very chewy yummy bread, sausages, salads and fried potatoes are in the mega breakfast. 

The price and portion are really worth it. We didn’t try the tiramisu because we were very full but we did tried the chocolate tester and yum, the chocolate with dried strawberry tastes good. 

6. Drips Bakery Cafe

Drips Bakery Cafe – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Round and baked tarts, Dessert Singapore
Website www. drips.com.sg
Address Tiong Bahru:
82 Tiong Poh Road #01-05
Singapore 160082

Takashimaya:
391 Orchard Road #B2-31 Takashimaya Shopping Centre Ngee Ann City
Singapore 238872

Phone 62220400
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Tiong Bahru:
Sunday to Thursday: 9AM – 9PM
Friday and Saturday: 9AM – 10PM

Takashimaya:
Daily: 8AM – 9PM

Drips Bakery Café is an artisanal café established in 2010 at the heart of Tiong Bahru. For the past decade, Drips Bakery is committed to delivering the best epicurean experience using the finest ingredients and exotic fruits sourced from around the world. Try their signature tart, the Seasonal Fruit Tart, and indulge in the succulent sweetness of fresh fruits paired with the subtle flavour of Madagascar vanilla-infused custard. All their tarts are nestled on a carefully handcrafted tart shell made with luxurious French butter. Other delightful crowd-favourites include their Fresh Avocado Tart and Baked Macadamia Tart.

With consistent quality and made from the best ingredients, it is no wonder why Drips Bakery has garnered a cult following and is known to have some of the best tarts in Singapore. Drips Bakery recommends to pair their artisanal tarts with an aromatic cup of coffee or tea and enjoy a perfect treat for yourself, family and loved ones.

Key Differentiators
  1. Specialising in tarts since 2010.
  2. Homed in nostalgic Tiong Bahru estate for the last decade.
  3. Artisanal specialty roasted and filter coffees available to pair with your tarts.
Customer Review

Hi my friend and I tried out ur new cafe at Takashimaya. love ur pastry and even more so the service from your staff, they are very attentive full of positive vibes and excellent svc attitude. Pls relay my gratitude to them.

@grouchytigeress

7. The Wonderment Collective

The Wonderment Collective – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Premium Gifting Company that provides artfully handcrafted bakes – both traditional and western delicacies – in beautifully designed packaging, Dessert Singapore
Website www.thewondermentcollective.com
Address 90 Lorong 23 Geylang, #01-01 Agrow Building
Singapore 388393
Phone 6980 0793
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Weekdays: 10AM – 6PM
Saturday: 10AM – 1:30PM
Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays

Prepping gifts of sweetness since 2004, The Wonderment Collective (TWC) believes that the sincerest gifts come in the form of sweet delicacies to be enjoyed by loved ones. Pair that with beautifully designed labels and packaging, assembled as elegant gift baskets, it is a source of luxury bespoke gifts indeed!

Their artfully handcrafted Pineapple Tarts, amongst other bakes, are made from a special family recipe since the 1930’s.  With balanced sweetness and richness of deliberately sourced ingredients, and subtle notes of delicate spices elevating the pineapple jam, caramelised to perfection, TWC guarantees you won’t go looking for other pineapple tarts once you have tasted theirs. Moreover, they serve a list of unique desserts and other delicacies that you cannot find on their online store – you can find them at their La Boutique. The brick-and-mortar store is equally embellished with their signature European and Asian design motifs they take great pride in, making a perfect backdrop for your classy treats or a high-tea session with friends or family!

Key Differentiators
  • Classic: TWC’s bespoke packaging designs carry authentic classical motifs, both European and Asian combined.
  • Contemporary: TWC pays strict attention to detail, from their bakes’ taste, to its packaging, assembly and also cafe ambience (from music to design). TWC makes sure every fans’ latest needs are catered to so that they get the best gustatory satisfaction every time they come over!
  • Distinct: the bespoke designs on TWC’s labels, café French inspired décor, and beautifully assembled gift baskets are the pride of TWC. They make sure every aspect of their products are
Customer Review

One does not patronise The Wonderment Collective for a boisterous, convivial time. Instead, TWC has set itself up as a space of quiet and peaceful reflection, where voices above a whisper would seem, perhaps a tad too intrusive. It’s a great place for a first date also, but it’s even better for thirty minutes of solace, solitude, and calm all on your own.

Zat Astha via SethLui

8. Bread & Butterfly

Bread & Butterfly – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Artisanal ice cream shop, Dessert Singapore
Website www.breadandbutterfly.sg
Address 435 Orchard Road, #B1-46 Wisma Atria
Singapore 238877
Phone N.A
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Monday to Thursday: 12PM – 3PM, 4PM – 9:30PM
Friday and Sunday: 12PM – 10PM

It’s what’s on the inside that counts. Inspired by the exciting flavors of adventure, Bread & Butterfly’s artisanal ice-creams are created by chefs using only fresh ingredients like herbs, spices, fruits and nuts. Creamy, crunchy and refreshing are the feelings you can experience when you taste Bread & Butterfly ice-creams. It is the sweet thing that is sure to melt your heart, bringing you happiness and joy.

“It’s what they say but I won’t know ‘cause I’m in a world of my own. Eat me and try it for yourself.”

Key Differentiators:
  1. All Natural Flavours made with fresh ingredients.
  2. 12 unique and tasty flavours to choose from.
  3. Picture corner in store for you to snap social media-worthy photos with your ice-creams.
Customer Review

Will highly recommend their pistachio ice cream! The bits in it and the strong pistachio taste just makes me crave for more! One is not enough for me 😩

Huiwen

9. Nasty Cookie

Nasty Cookie – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Handcrafted gourmet cookies baked to perfection, Dessert Singapore
Website www. nastycookie.com
Address Nasty Cookie @ Funan:
107 North Bridge Road, Funan Mall #02-35
Singapore 179105

Nasty Cookie Factory @ Kaki Bukit:
1 Kaki Bukit View #01-02 
Singapore 415941

Phone N.A
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Funan:
Daily: 12:30PM – 9PM

Kaki Bukit:
Weekdays: 10AM – 8:30PM
Weekends: 1PM – 8:30PM

Nasty Cookie was sinfully created in October 2018 and is Singapore’s first-ever New-York gourmet cookie store. The Jumbo NY inspired gourmet cookies provide a crunchy, chunky and chewy texture altogether in one cookie. Using only premium dark couverture chocolates, these handcrafted delights will provide you with a taste that is both rich and luxurious in every bite. Expect a pleasant surprise to your taste buds while striking that perfect balance of sweetness. These are not your average cookies, these are nasty cookies.

Key Differentiators
  1. Nasty Cookie keeps things interesting for their consumers by launching new flavours monthly and also new packaging yearly. 
  2. Apart from cookies, Nasty Cookie also has a range of merchandise to showcase the brand’s creativity.
  3. Each outlet is designed with a different concept to provide a unique experience with each visit.
Customer Review

Amazing flavour bombs. They’re very sweet but perfect with fresh milk 😁 Crispy on the outside and melty on the inside. Highly recommend the Lotus and dark chocolate cookies 👍🏻 will be back to try the red velvet and peanut butter ones!

Su L

10. Dolç Patisserie

Dolç Patisserie – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Patisserie cafe serving food, beverage and desserts, Dessert Singapore
Website www.dolcpatisserie. com
Address 67 Kampong Bahru Road #01-00 
Singapore 169371
Phone 96784686
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Monday, Wednesday to Saturday: 9AM – 6PM
Sunday: 10.30AM – 5PM
Closed on Tuesday

Dolç Patisserie is a pastry shop combining French techniques with modern flavours and influences from Spain. At Dolç Patisserie, high-quality ingredients, delicate flavours, and modern techniques create delicate yet eye-catching products. Wishing to bring a piece of Barcelona to Singapore, Dolç Patisserie will feature special baked items during limited periods of the year that reflect the dessert scene in the Spanish city. Be it a warm buttery croissant or a petit gateaux – there is definitely something to satisfy each and every sweet tooth at Dolç Patisserie.

Key Differentiators
  1. Dolç Patisserie prides in bringing high-quality pastries from Barcelona to Singaporeans.
  2. Everything is made from scratch in their patisserie.
  3. Dolç’s cake flavours cannot be easily found in other cake shops in Singapore.
Customer Review

So happy to find this new patisserie with great desserts and croissants. We visited two times and tried ham&cheese croissant, royale (dark chocolate dessert), Charlotte(strawberry mousse with basil), Elsie(cream cheese yogurt&coconut) all of them are so good and so satisfied!!! Definitely will visit again.

Seyeon Jeon

11. Melted Bakehouse

Melted Bakehouse – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Basque burnt cheesecake, buns and swiss rolls, Dessert Singapore
Website www.meltedbakehouse.com
Address 1 Irving Place, The Commerze #02-05
Singapore
Phone 96731151
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Arbitrary

Serving quality and delicious cake with an honest heart, Melted Bakehouse specialises in the trendy basque burnt cheesecake. Melted Bakehouse offers not one, but seven different renditions of the basque burnt cheesecake to suit any of your melty cheesecake cravings. Choose from their crowd favourites the Forest Basque Burnt Cheese Cake that is topped with a plethora of berries, or the Chocolate Basque Burnt Cheese Cake, made with Valrhona chocolate fudge and its burnt crust top generously covered with cocoa powder. Opt for their unique Earl Grey Basque Burnt Cheesecake if you prefer something refreshing and light, or the Truffle Cheese Basque Burnt Cheesecake for a strong and flavourful profile. You can never go wrong with a cheesecake that is always baked to perfection.

Key Differentiators:
  1. Flexible pick up time for self-collection at any hour of the day.
  2. Quick replies & confirmation at any hour of the day.
  3. High-quality ingredients used such as Valrhona chocolate and truffle cheese.
Customer Review

Thank you meltedsg for the beautiful cake! My kids were so excited when they saw it! Very detailed design and more importantly the cake is nice! Definitely recommended!

Ken Koh

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Dessert First

Dessert First – Dessert Singapore

Key Services Retail sales of Hot & Cold Desserts. Also partnering with delivery platforms like Grabfood & Foodpanda. 
Website www.dessertfirst.shop
Address 8 Liang Seah Street #01-04
Singapore 189029
Phone 92415672
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Monday to Thursday: 12.30PM – 12.30AM
Fridays to Saturday: 12.30PM – 1.30AM
Sunday: 12PM – 12.30AM

Established in 2009, Dessert First is home to delicious desserts of the highest quality made with the freshest natural ingredients. Located in Liang Seah, Dessert First dedicates themselves to providing you a cozy dining environment with friendly service and excellent desserts that are easy on your wallet. Savour the refreshing taste of freshly made snow ice/shaved ice presented in a plethora of different flavours like mango, strawberry, chocolate and even durian. Or go for the classic home-made Belgium Waffles topped with ice cream that is simple yet delicious!

Key Differentiators:
  1. A wide variety of our popular Snow Ice/Shaved Ice Series & Home-Made Belgium Waffles.
  2. Our Fresh Mango & Durian dessert items are very popular.
  3. Striving to provide Friendly & Professional Service Standards.
Customer Review

Dessert First serves Quality food that is reasonably priced and with good Customer Service! Had their Durian Ice & Thick fluffy Salted-Caramel Waffle, Very delicious and surely a Recommended desserts place to go! Will definitely be back for more yummy Desserts! =)

Dessert Singapore

And there you have it, our list of dessert places to try this year! Indulge yourself in these delicious treats before you make your next new year resolution to “cut down on the sweet stuff and lose some weight”. Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone if you didn’t manage to keep that resolution this year.   😉

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8 New Dessert Cafes In Singapore 2021: Insta-Worthy Cakes, Tarts, Pastries & Stylish Interiors

Foodies with a sweet tooth are spoilt for choice these days. As cafe-hopping plans are allowed to resume, there have been new dessert cafes popping up one after another.

There’s the new Gram cafe at Punggol with new soufflé pancake flavours & savoury meals, and the pink dessert cafe Sweetish at Parklane mall. And on top of these two, there are eight more new dessert cafes in Singapore, each with artisanal and gorgeous treats you can enjoy in stylish interiors.

Keep reading to check them out!

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Cafe Kuriko is a new dessert cafe in Funan mall that specialises in mont blanc, a chestnut-centred confectionary beloved in Japan.

There are two flavours of mont blanc ($13.90) that are freshly piped to order, Waguri, a Japanese variety of chestnut, and Purple Sweet Potato. You can choose either chestnut or cheese as your mont blanc base.

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The purée on top had a light, creamy consistency with rich and decadent chestnut flavour. Paired with the alcohol-infused chestnut cake and cream base and chestnut bits, this mont blanc never gets boring.

The cafe also serves mont blanc in the form of a parfait. The Purple Sweet Potato Parfait ($13.90) has vanilla ice cream, rice crisps and jelly under the mont blanc puree, topped with chestnut bits, dango, cake and chocolate.

The purple sweet potato had a deep flavour and creamy richness without being too sweet – perfect for local taste buds. It’s complemented by various toppings that added many contrasting textures from crunchiness to chewiness.

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Besides mont blanc, Cafe Kuriko also serves tarts and cakes. Some worth trying are the refreshing Mixed Fruit Tart ($9.35/slice) with tangy fruit slices weaved between delicate cream, and Mont Blanc Zuccotto ($10.90), a mont blanc and tart fusion.

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Out of the eight Cha-Nabes, we went for the Aburi Chicken Truffle Soya Milk Set ($18.90, or $15.90 for a la carte) which comes with with potato salad, pickles and a drink.

Everything about this cha-nabe hit the right spot, from the tender chicken with a charred flavour and mushrooms to the springy udon noodles and comforting broth with a pronounced truffle aroma. Those with lactose intolerance can also consider this meal option when the mood for a milky, rich broth arises.

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Although the set came with drinks, we also tried the Mont Blanc Latte ($8.90), a surprisingly perfect mix of chestnut mont blanc puree and creamy coffee, and Matcha Latte ($7.90), a rich and smooth drink that matcha connoisseurs would approve of.

The interior has a minimalist, unpretentious vibe while still being a cosy spot for a meal or dessert.

Photo from GirlStyle Singapore

Cafe Kuriko
Address: 107 North Bridge Rd, Funan Mall #01-11
Opening hours: 11am – 8pm daily
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Formerly an online, home-based patisserie named Reverie Patisserie, it has since evolved into LA VIE, a cafe with a minimalist aesthetic.

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But the real highlight of this cafe is their pretty, delicate desserts that are curiously given people names. Alfie ($10) is a fallen ice cream cone dessert made of Valrhona Jivara mousse, banana slices, salted caramel, milk chocolate ganache and  dark chocolate cake.

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For something sweeter, try Chloe ($8.50), a lychee and rose cake topped with popping lychee boba.

A fruity option is Kaiser ($9), a mango-centred dessert with passionfruit sponge and popping boba.

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There are also some desserts with non-human names like Bailey’s Tiramisu ($8.50), a classic Italian tiramisu that looks like a potted plant, and the adorable porcupine-shaped Épic ($11) that will be a hit among chocolate lovers.

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LA VIE
Address: 204 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208890
Opening hours: Fri to Sat: 12 – 11pm, Sun to Thurs: 12 – 6pm, closed on Mondays.
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#3 Nuage Patisserie & Boulangerie

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The patisserie’s name, Nuage, meaning “cloud” in French, reflects its free-spirited nature. Like how clouds are constantly changing but are beautiful in every form, Nuage’s desserts are whimsical, unexpected and always aesthetically pleasing.

Starting from their most stunning creation, Exotic Coco ($9.80) is a daisy-shaped delight made of coconut whipped ganache and banana compote on top of a crunchy coconut sablé base.

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Something to befuddle your senses is the Strawberry Popcorn ($9.80), a realistic-looking dessert that’s completely edible, down to the “paper” carton. This creative popcorn-shaped cake has a variety of textures with a fluffy vanilla sponge, smooth strawberry cream & compote, and crunchy crumble base and chocolate-coated popcorn.

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For more traditional flavours, try the Pistachio Strawberry Tart ($9.20). It has melt-in-your-mouth pistachio almond cream and pistachio whipped ganache coupled with strawberry confit for a tangy punch, all perfectly arranged on a crunchy sablé base.

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Novelty items aside, Nuage also has classic French pastries like Croissants ($4) and Pain Au Chocolat ($4.50) made of AOP French butter. This type of butter is often regarded as the ingredient for making perfect croissants that have flaky, crisp layers of delicate dough and a rich taste with subtle hazelnut highlights.

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Nuage Patisserie & Boulangerie
Address: 47 Kampong Bahru Road, Singapore 169361
Opening hours: Wed & Thurs: 9.30am – 5pm, Sun: 8.30am – 4pm (check with the cafe for updated opening hours)
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Photo from Whiskit Bakery & Cafe

Helmed by a Le Cordon Bleu Tokyo pastry graduate, Whiskit Bakery & Cafe has just moved to a new location with a nature-inspired look.

The interior is filled with various forms of greenery from a giant leafy mural and plant-patterned wallpaper to hanging and potted plants.

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Photo from Whiskit Bakery & Cafe

The cafe specialises in tarts that are even prettier than the store. Besides classic flavours like Lemon Meringue ($7) and Hazelnut Speculoos ($7), you can also venture into unique, local-inspired ones like Kaya Ondeh ($5)and Orh Nee Ginko ($7).

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Their cakes are also a must-try. Some bestsellers are the Chocolat ($8.50) and Ondeh Ondeh ($7) cakes as well as the Valrhone Chocolate Brownie ($5).

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Photo from Whiskit Bakery & Cafe

This cafe can also be a brunch destination as they serve affordable local comfort food like Curry Chicken ($8), Kaya & Earl Grey Butter Toast ($2.20 – $2.40) and Traditional Kopi/Teh ($1.80 – $2.40).

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Whiskit Bakery & Cafe
Address: 11 Biopolis Way, #01-08 Helios, Singapore 138667
Opening hours: Mon to Fri: 8.30am – 5pm, Sat: 11am – 5pm, closed on Sundays. (pastries available from 11am)
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#5 Matchaya at Takashimaya

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Matchaya has opened its largest cafe yet in the heart of Orchard. This new outlet has its signature Japanese-inspired look with a grey and dark teal colour scheme.

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Their signature matcha desserts remain a mainstay at this cafe. Matcha lovers will be spoilt for choice with bittersweet delights like Matcha Choux Puff ($5), Matcha Azuki Roll Cake ($6), Signature Matchaya Parfait ($16.90) and Matcha Soft Serve Ice Cream ($6).

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Other desserts on the menu include the vividly coloured Fluffy Roll Cakes ($6) in four flavours: Matcha Azuki, Lavender Earl Grey, Raspberry Swirl and Yuzu Coconut.

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Photo from Matchaya

Matchaya at Takashimaya
Address: #03-10A, 391 Orchard Road, Singapore 238872
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm daily
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Japanese tea house and dessert cafe Hvala has just opened their latest outlet at Craig road and it’s the first one to feature a 100% vegan menu.⁣

Vegans, vegetarians and the lactose-intolerant can indulge in their range of desserts that are entirely free of animal products including Matcha Mont Blanc ($8.80), Mont Noir ($), Warabi Mochi ($4.80) and Waffles ($11.80) with Gelato ($5.80 – $7.80).

Photo from Hvala

Photo from Hvala

Photo from Hvala

The cafe interior has their signature zen Japanese-style look with minimalist furniture, houseplants and artwork lining the walls.

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The most coveted and photo-worthy seating spot is this bright and cosy space below with a light well and a living room-type set-up.

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Hvala at Craig Road
Address: 40 Craig Rd, Singapore 089678
Opening hours: Mon & Weds to Sun: 12 – 9.30pm, closed on Tuesdays.
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#7 Edith Patisserie Cake Bar 

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Edith Patisserie Cake Bar also originated as a home-based bakery and recently launched their first dine-in cafe.

The interior has an industrial style with a pretty, cosy touch. Exposed cement contrast with leafy greens and dried flowers for a Pinterest-worthy aesthetic.

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Their signature Sliced Cakes ($8) come in a wide variety of flavours from classics to more unique ones like Thai Milk Tea, Gin & Tonic and Coconut Gula Melaka.

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On those days you’re craving simple comfort food, you can’t go wrong with their Mini Basque Cheesecake ($13). This warm, creamy cheesecake is served with mixed berries and honey soft serve ice cream.

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For those who love matcha and lava cakes, the Matcha Terrine ($17) has both of your loves in one. Break into the wobbly matcha cake and you’ll get warm matcha lava oozing out for a satisfying sight. It’s also served with mixed berries and honey soft serve.

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Edith Patisserie Cake Bar
Address: 9 Penang Rd, #01-06, Singapore 238459 (2-minute walk from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station)
Opening hours: Mon & Weds to Fri: 11am – 7pm, Sat: 12 – 9pm, closed on Tuesdays.
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Online bakery Tigerlily Patisserie has just opened its first cafe in Singapore with a vibrant tropical-inspired interior.

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Led by a pastry chef from a Michelin-starred restaurant, the cafe offers breakfast and brunch items in addition to desserts and pastries.

But undoubtedly, the star of their menu is their artistic looking desserts with a theatric air. The Beehive ($11) looks like, well, a beehive, Pistachio Marimo ($10) looks like a cute moss ball, and Pink Guava & Pear ($10) is a delicate little thing adorned with flower petals and pistachios.

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Tigerlily Patisserie
Address: 350 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427598
Opening hours:  Tues to Sun: 9am – 6pm, closed on Mondays.
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Bonus new dessert cafes in Singapore:

– Tearuk Dessert Bar – Thai yaowarat buns with oozing fillings, Thai red ruby, bubble tea, snow ice & more
Sweet Cheeks – gelato cafe has unique flavours like Baileys & Brownies and opens till 1am
– Lady M Champagne Bar – first of its kind in the world with brunch food, afternoon tea and Champagne Mille Crêpes
– Cat & The Fiddle – beloved local cheesecake brand’s first cafe with cheesecakes, soft serve ice & waffles

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17 cafes in Singapore with desserts that look like they’re bought from overseas

With overseas travel being put on an indefinite halt now, it is without a doubt that we all miss being out of the country. Be it cafe-hopping in Korea or munching on street food in Thailand, we are not sure when we will ever be able to do that again anytime soon.

To help you cope with the pining for overseas travel, we have compiled a list of dessert places here in sunny Singapore that are so authentic, it will make you feel like you are out of the country once again.

Japan

1. Kyushu Pancake

Tucked in a cosy corner at Holland Village, the exterior of Kyushu Pancake will certainly remind you of the cafes you walk past along the lively streets of Japan. The pancakes here are made of specially selected Kyushu wheat and flavourful grains, forming the classic Kyushu pancake mix with high-quality buttermilk.

Some of their signature dishes include the Berry-licious pancake (S$16.90), the Matcha/Hojicha Tiramisu (S$16), and the Matcha Montblanc (S$18). They also offer an extensive range of other desserts including waffles and toasts. You’re going to forget you’re in Singapore for a bit when you’re here!

Kyushu Pancake is located at 25 Lorong Liput, Singapore 277735. View the full menu here. 

2. Fluff Stack

Fluff Stack is decked out in white and pink furnishings, making the place extremely bright and lively.

One of their signatures here include the Classic Soufflé Pancakes (S$8.80). Fluffy and airy pancakes stacked on top of one another, topped with honey butter, maple syrup, and a spoon of whipped cream, this is a simple but classic old school pancake combination. For the quality of pancakes you are getting, this dish is pretty reasonably priced!

The opposite of a simple and classic dish would be an extravagant one. Soft and airy pancakes, drizzled with a thick Oolong anglaise and topped with Gula Melaka boba, the Oolong Boba Soufflé Pancakes (S$9.80) is definitely made for boba lovers out there.

If you are planning to visit on a weekend, do make sure to head down early to snag a good seat and to avoid a long waiting time! Apparently, this place gets jam-packed in the afternoon.

Fluff Stack is located at three different locations, Westgate, Suntec City and Northpoint City. 

3. Baristart Coffee

Famous for their Hokkaido BIEI Jersey Milk, Baristart specialises in dishes and desserts that revolve around using this high-quality milk from Japan. Coffee is a must-have here!

One of their recent additions to the dessert menu is the brown sugar boba with custard cream series. Made with, of course, their signature Hokkaido BIEI milk, this series consists of three main drinks, with the option of having either tapioca pearls or coffee jelly as toppings.

One of their popular desserts is the Japanese fruit sandwich, Fruit Sando. White bread filled with a thick textured layer of whipped cream and fresh fruits, this is the perfect pick-me-up snack for a chill afternoon out or even for a picnic.

The interiors here doesn’t disappoint as well! Seen as the centrepiece of the cafe, there is a huge nature-themed feature wall where you can take your Instagram-worthy cafe shots there. It’s definitely a feast for both the eyes and the tastebuds!

Baristart is located at 65 Tras Street, Singapore 079004. View the full menu here. 

4. Kream & Kensho

Designed with a modern contemporary concept in mind, this cafe gives you a sense of Japanese aesthetic. Featuring beige tones and unique arches in its furnishing, the cafe offers an ambience that lifts you mood instantly.

You have to try this when you visit – the Grape & Ricotta Matcha Brioche (S$13). Sweet grapes paired with a crispy and buttery toast, this dish strikes a perfect balance between sweet and savoury.

You also have the option of settling for some French toast as an afternoon snack too!

Kream & Kensho is located at 35 Kampong Bahru Road, Singapore 169355.

South Korea

1. Mod Cafe

Doesn’t this place just remind you of the Pink Pool Cafe or the Zapangi Vending Machine Cafe in Seoul? The only difference is that this new hideout spot is in Singapore! Can’t tell from photos right?

Satisfy your sweet tooth cravings at Mod Cafe, with a classic New York Cheesecake (S$7.90) or an Earl Grey Waffle with maple syrup, strawberry and banana (S$8.90). The perfect treat for yourself after a long week!

Mod Cafe is located at 1A Kuo Chuan Avenue, Singapore 426888. View the full menu here. 

2. 82Bunsik

The latest “in” dessert that is seen everywhere in Korea now – Croffles. As the name implies, a croffle is basically a mixture of a croissant and waffle, that is usually toasted and enjoyed as a snack or dessert.

One of the only cafes that carries this unique dessert in Singapore is 82Bunsik. One of their signatures is the Injeomi croffle (S$10), served with an additional scoop of Ice Cream that is optional, at S$2.

Craving even more Korean snacks? Authentic corn dogs (S$5.50) can also be found here; their authentic flavours will definitely remind you of the famous street food stalls in Korea.

Matching the minimalist Korean aesthetic vibe, this place is definitely worth checking out for a taste of Korean desserts, as well as for you to snap your Insta-cafe shots. Surprise your followers by making them think that you’re overseas!

82Bunsik is located at 61 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Jubilee Square, Singapore 569814. 

3. Cafe De Muse

Located in the heart of Orchard Road, Cafe De Muse is a pretty big cafe that occupies a two-storey space, and the best thing? It’s opened 24/7! Not to forget, they also boast a menu with a wide variety of food and dessert choices.

From Bingsu to ade drinks and cakes, Cafe De Muse has it all.

And if you have palate for unique coffees, try the Orange Latte (S$8), one of their signature menu items when you visit.

Made of shaved milk ice and given a variety of flavours to choose from, the Korean Bingsu here are a must-try too!

Cafe De Muse is located at 350 Orchard Road, Isetan Scotts, Shaw House, Singapore 238868. You can view the full menu here. 

Thailand

1. Wan Wan Thai Cafe

Talk about the perfect place for both snapping nice pictures and enjoying good dessert. A trending dessert place in Singapore recently, Wan Wan Thai Cafe has been called Singapore’s “After You”, a famous dessert cafe in Thailand.

Missing your honey Shibuya toast and strawberry shaved ice? Wan Wan Thai Cafe will get you reminiscing about your last trip to Thailand!

Some signatures here include the toast (S$8.90-S$13.90), that comes in a variety of flavours such as fruity, chocolate, milk tea, and more.

What’s more, this place does not only serve good dessert but offers many spots for you to take an #ootd shot. Bright sunlight shines through the clear windows in the day while neon lights and signs are lit at night, giving the place a whole new vibe!

Wan Wan Thai Cafe is opened till 3am, making it the perfect place for a late night supper snack too.

Wan Wan Thai Cafe is located at 127A Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189637. 

2. Yenly Yours Dessert

For all things mango, Yenly Yours is defnitely the place to visit. Located on the first floor of Suntec City, this is a relatively easy area to spot. Even though it is not a space that is as Instagrammable as other hip cafes, it is the best cafe to satisfy your cravings for anything mango.

With more than 15 outlets in Bangkok and now their first in Singapore, Yenly Yours singnature menu is the Mango Sticky Rice (S$10.90). Sticky rice topped with a rich coconut cream, mangoes and a scoop of mango ice cream, this dish is definitely worth every buck.

Other desserts to try include the mango yogurt drinks (S$7.90-S$10.90) and mango sago bowls (S$8.90-S$12.90).

Too much mango? You can also opt for their strawberry and coconut drink options to neutralise the rich taste of mangoes.

Yenly Yours is located at 3 Temasek Boulevard, #01-K6, Suntec City Mall East Wing, Singapore 038983. You can view the full menu here. 

France

1. Luna

Known for their unparalleled cakes and pastries, Luna’s cakes can be purchased in either slices or wholes.

One of their signatures is Luna 2.0 (S$9/slice), a hazelnut sponge cake, topped with Valronna Guanaja 70% chocolate mousse and chocolate glaze, with a crunchy core made of crushed hazelnuts, salted caramel, hazelnut dacqoise and dark chocolate-coated feuilletine.

This ingredient list does indeed sound sophisticated but if there’s just one thing you should know, it is that you’ll be in for a treat with this signature chocolate-rich cake.

Not a fan of chocolate? Opt for their famous Orh Nee Cake (S$8), made of vanilla spongecake and velvety yam paste.

Luna is located at 53 Amoy Street, Singapore 069879. You can view the full menu here. 

2. L’Éclair Patisserie

A classic eclair is usually made of plain pastry, filled with cream and topped with a chocolate glaze. At L’Élair, they believe that an eclair can have so many more variations than just that, which explains their wide variety of eclair flavours and designs.

If it’s your first time there, try their signature, the Ispahan Eclair (S$8.50). Topped with pretty pink icing, it is filled with a light rose cream, cut lychees, and raspberries.

Afternoon tea sets are also available, if you prefer a leisurely afternoon hanging out with your friends at this elegant and cosy space.

Le Clair is located at 190 Clemenceau Avenue, #01-28, Singapore Shopping Centre, Singapore 239924. You can view the full menu here. 

Denmark

1. Leckerbaer

Located near the entrance of Shaw House and decked in soft pink and light wood furniture, you’ll probably not miss this open-concept cafe from Copenhagen.

Founded by pastry chefs who have extensive experience in the Scandinavian Michelin-Star scene. Dedicated to re-inventing Danish pastries, you can expect more creative and modern takes that are still delectable.

The Småkager (S$22) is one of the best sets to purchase if it is your first time here. It consists of eight delectable cookie pastries, where you will get to try a variety of flavours such as passionfruit, blackcurrant, and vanilla.

Leckerbaer is located at 350 Orchard Road, #01-K2 & #01-K3, Isetan Scotts, Shaw House, Singapore 238868. View the full menu here. 

Australia

1. Sarnies

A must visit for anyone who wants to experience a truly Aussie brunch, Sarnie is the place to go. From the ambience to the dessert selection, it’s all spot on, reminding you of Australia.

One of their main desserts available for brunch is the Mixed Berry Pancakes (S$21). With thick layers of Australian style pancakes stacked on top of one another, it is then topped with cream and fresh fruits.

Bonus: the outdoor seating area here are pet-friendly, so don’t forget to bring your furry friend along for a weekend brunch sesh!

Sarnies is located at 136 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068601. You can view the full menu here. 

2. The House of Robert Timms

This cafe doesn’t have your usual outdoor Australian cafe setting but is a cosy casual dining spot you can spend comfortable catch-up sessions with your friends at.

What is an Australian dessert without fresh fruits as toppings?  For a classic Australian sweet treat, try the Waffle & Gelato (S$16), topped with a coconut-mascarpone cream, vanilla gelato, and fresh fruits.

The Robbert of Tims is located at 3 Temasek Boulevard Mall, #01-608, Suntec City, Singapore 038983. You can view the full menu here. 

Taiwan

1. Typhoon Cafe

A rustic-looking cafe with pops of neon decors, Typhoon Cafe serves a variety of Taiwanese delicacies that taste like it was flown directly from Taiwan.

Not sure what dessert to try from their huge menu? One signature dessert that should definitely be added to your list is the Souffle Stackers (S$17.90). Possibly one of the fluffiest pancakes you can find in Singapore, the Souffle Stackers is topped with fresh berries and a scoop of ice cream.

You can’t say you’ve been to a Taiwanese cafe without having bubble tea. Try the Souffle Stackers – but bubble tea version (S$17.90) – which is a combination of fluffy pancakes and Taiwan bubble milk tea. Talk about two worlds colliding to give you the best dessert combo ever!

You can view the full list of Typhoon Cafe outlets here. You can view the full menu here. 

2. Y Tea

A bubble tea store that is fully furnished in baby pink interior with white and gold accents? Sounds like an Instagram dream come true!

The tea leaves at Y Tea are carefully harvested from tea farms quarterly so you know that you’re getting good and fresh quality. One of the classics here is the Four Season Spring Tea, brewed with a mix of green and black tea leaves, it is an extremely fragrant tea with a hint of sweetness.

Want to have something to munch on with your tea? There are also a variety of bakes to choose from to pair with your tea.

Y Tea is located at 371 Beach Road, #01-05, Singapore 199597. You can view the full menu here. 

Hong Kong

1. HoneyMoon Dessert

A well-known Hong Kong Dessert chain in Singapore, this is definitely a place you visit if you miss Hong Kong.

Not only does the atmosphere satisfy your wanderlust a little, but the sweet treats here also taste like they’re from Hong Kong.

The signature must-haves include the Mango Pomelo Sago. Made with fresh mango, sweet sago cream and pomelo pulp, your tummy will be thanking you for this yummy sweet treat.

Another dessert you have to try is the Sesame & Walnut Paste. Not only is it delicious, it also comes with health benefits such as helping to regulate your blood pressure and manage type 2 diabetes.

You can view the full list of outlets here. You can view the full menu here. 

2. Tian Wang 

甜旺 Dessert Cafe

Officially opened a few weeks ago, you will instantly feel the Hong Kong casino vibes that we all see in movies, the moment you step foot into Tian Wang 甜旺 Dessert Cafe.

Try their signatures: the D24 Durian Mousse (S$6), Mango Sago (S$4.20), and Peach Gum (S$6.80).

Served in ceramic bowls, the dessert here surely reminds you of Hong Kong, with a touch of Singaporean flavour through desserts such as the Orh Nee Paste (S$4.80).

Craving for something sweet in the middle of the night? Fret not, Tian Wang Dessert Cafe is opened till 3am, for you to satisfy your sweet tooth for supper!

Tian Wang 甜旺 Dessert Cafe is located at 145 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208863.

8 Dessert Spots That Open Till Past Midnight

Craving for desserts at 1:00am, or even at an unearthly 5:00am? Not a problem, if you are in Singapore. Supper is such a norm amongst Singaporeans, and in recent years the nation has witnessed an ever-growing demand for late-night sweet treats. To our surprise, most people seem clueless when it comes to the Lion City’s availability of desserts during the wee hours.

Mind you, we are not talking about specialty dessert shops that open only until midnight. In fact, we are referring to dessert spots that stay open till way past 12am! Yes, it is possible to dig into freshly cooked waffles and Korean bingsu at literally any time of the day if you are in Singapore – because a few of these places operate 24/7 daily.


1. 2am:dessertbar –

 An award-winning dessert bar in Holland Village


2am:dessertbar might be tucked away in an inconspicuous corner of Holland Village, but it certainly faces no lack of customers. Celebrity pastry chef Janice Wong owns this sleek dessert bar; the young Singaporean female chef is revered for her unique abstract edible dessert creations and was the guest judge of MasterChef Australia Season 7.

As its name suggests, 2am:dessertbar opens till 2:00 am every day. The Chocolate h30 (S$22++) and Green Tea Tart (S$20++) are our personal favourites. The former is made with 65% Valrhona dark chocolate, salted caramel, yuzu sorbet, and the latter is a matcha tart served with Jasmine rice sherbet and yuzu kalamansi gel. So damn pretty and delicious!

Opening Hours
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 12:00pm – 2:00pm, 3:00pm – 2:00am
Wednesday to Saturday: 3:00pm – 2:00am
Sunday: 2:00pm – 12:00am

Address: 21A Lorong Liput, Holland Village, 277733
Contact: +65 6291 9727
Nearest MRT Station: Holland Village


2. Coffeesmith –

Famous Korean coffee chain opens 24/7 in Orchard


Coffeesmith is located on the first floor of Orchard Gateway and the coffee chain is open 24/7. Although the air-conditioned Korean cafe pales drastically in comparison to its Garosugil outlet in Seoul, it remains popular amongst tertiary students and the workaholics. With an abundance of power points, we can totally understand why this work-friendly café is their go-to cafe.

Order a Cappuccino Waffle (S$13.90) or a Smith Waffle (S$9.90), and wash it down with a fragrant Sweet Potato Latte. A selection of cakes is available too, namely Hokkaido Milk Chocolate Mille Crepe ($7.90), New York Cheesecake ($8.50) and Seasalt Caramel ($7.90). With so many desserts available, you can virtually survive a sleepless night on intermittent sugar rush.

Opening Hours
Daily: 24/7

Address: #01-09/09A, Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, 238858
Contact: +65 8399 7900
Nearest MRT Station: Somerset


3. Dessert First –

Enjoy snow ice and traditional Chinese sweet treats


Nine-year-old Dessert First is a no-frills dessert store situated along Liang Seah Street. From shaved ice, waffles to hot traditional desserts, the comprehensive menu features more than 25 different treats. This late-night dessert spot is a must visit for durian lovers; order their Durian Waffle (S$9.50), Durian Snow Ice (S$8.50) and Durian Sago with Pomelo (S$6.50).

Durian aside, you can also look forward to other safer flavours such as Strawberry Snow Ice with Mango Cubes (S$7.50) and Waffle with Salted Caramel and Bananas (S$8.90). Their selection of hot desserts is very affordable, with prices ranging from S$3.80 for a Soya Beancurd Pudding to S$4.80 for a bowl of Steamed Milk Egg White with Almond Cream.

Opening Hours
Sunday: 12:00pm – 1:00am
Monday to Thursday: 1:00pm – 1:00am
Saturday: 12:00pm – 2:00am

Address: 8 Liang Seah Street, Singapore 189029
Contact: +65 6333 0428
Nearest MRT Station: Bugis


4. HEYTEA (Clarke Quay) –

Bobba soft serve & alcoholic bubble tea


The birthplace of the world’s first cheese tea, HEYTEA is among one of the few successful bubble tea chains that constantly strives to inject new life into traditional Chinese tea culture, experimenting and innovating as they go along.

The outlet in Clarke Quay is the first in Singapore that serves alcoholic bubble tea as well as desserts. We recommend trying their Ovaltine-flavoured soft serve if not their signature Boba soft serve.

Opening Hours
Daily: 12:00pm – 1:00am

Address: 3A River Valley Rd, Clarke Quay, Blk A, #01-06, Singapore 179020
Contact: +65 6258 8036
Nearest MRT Station: Clarke Quay


5. Lickers – 

Artisanal ice cream with rotating flavours


A humble neighbourhood ice cream parlour that teems with life and youthful energy in the middle of an otherwise sultry neighbourhood, Lickers is where you can hang out with your friends until late, over conversation and decadent ice cream.

Open until 2AM daily, the vibe at Lickers is warm and welcoming and the ice cream is inventive—think flavours such as honeycomb and oolong lavender. Run by a team of artisans who know a thing or two about making good ice cream, trust that they’ll have your cravings well sorted out.

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Thursday: 1:00pm – 2:00am
Friday to Sunday: 12:00pm – 2:00am
Closed on Mondays

Address: Blk #01-1446, 124 Hougang Avenue 1, Block 124, Singapore 530124
Contact: +65 8399 7900
Nearest MRT Station: Kovan



Nunsongyee Korean Dessert Café is simply a dream come true for bingsu fans. Open 24/7, you can savour Korean shaved ice desserts and sweet toasts at 5:30am. While there are several Nunsongyee Korean Dessert Café outlets across Singapore, only the outlets in Bugis and Bukit Timah are open 24 hours.

The Deluxe Chocolate Bingsu (S$20.20) – exclusive to its Bugis outlet – boasts finely shaved melt-in-your-mouth ice flakes, rich brownie slices and smooth chocolate ice cream. While Nunsongyee is renowned for their bingsu, we do highly recommend their Honey Butter Toast (S$12.90) too. It is crisp on the outside, with a surprise centre of chewy rice cake!

Opening Hours
Daily: 24/7

Address: 534 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188749
Contact: +65 6268 8220
Nearest MRT Station: Bugis


[CLOSED] Rochor Beancurd House – 

Tau huay, rice balls & egg tarts


Rochor Beancurd House has been a perennial favourite amongst Singaporeans. The family-run business has been around for half a century and is currently run by the third generation. Indulge in a piping hot bowl of silky smooth bean curd, or a cold rendition at only S$2 each. We do encourage customers to top up S$1.50 for three glutinous rice balls.

While all three Rochor Beancurd Houses open till late, note that only its Geylang outlet opens 24/7. The Balestier outlet opens till 1:30am and the Thomson outlet opens till 3:00am daily.

Opening Hours
Daily: 1:00pm – 3:00am

Address: 232 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574363
Contact: +65 8288 7020
Nearest MRT Station: Marymount


7. Time For Thai –

Thai Desserts With A Twist


Located along the bustling, eatery-laden Cheong Chin Nam Road, just a stone’s throw away from Beauty World MRT, Time For Thai is a Halal-certified Thai eatery that specialises in a variety of popular Thai mainstay dishes.

The food’s pretty decent, but their desserts are on an entirely different league of its own. Their Dough Fritters with Sangkaya is a hot, crispy churros-like treat served with a sweet, velvety pandan-infused coconut cream.

Opening Hours
Daily: 11:00am – 3:00am

Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599739
Contact: +65 6909 3903
Nearest MRT Station: Beauty World


8. TP Tea –

Soft serve ice cream served with boba pearls


Singaporeans are no strangers to bubble tea, but soft serve milk tea ice cream with boba pearls is definitely something new to us. Hailing from Taiwan, the successful TP Tea brand has 300 stores across its motherland and overseas. The bubble tea speciality shop can be found in the Departure Hall of Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2.

TP Tea sells up to 39 different high-quality hot and cold beverages. But those with sweet tooth should come here specially just for their Pearl Milk Tea Soft Serve Ice Cream ($3.60). Who knew chewy pearls would complement milk tea-flavoured ice cream so well? Here is the best part: TP Tea opens 24/7 daily.

Opening Hours
Daily: 24/7

Address: 60 Airport Boulevard, Level 2 (Departure Hall), Changi Airport Terminal 2, Singapore 819643
Nearest MRT Station: Changi Airport

Check out our guide to 24-hour supper spots in the east of Singapore.

15 dessert cafes that open past midnight if you’re tired of mookata & hotpot

If you’re looking for a dessert cafe that’s open past midnight, you’re at the right place.

Mookata and hotpot are always a popular supper choice amongst nocturnal humans. But sometimes, eating too much meat gets tiresome and you’ll end up with a greasy stomach feeling. For those that fancy chill late-night hangouts with food that’s preferably not too heavy, these 15 dessert cafes will be right up your alley.

Dessert cafes that open past midnight 

Wan Wan Thai Cafe — Shibuya toasts that’ll remind you of +66

Photo: instagram/@wanwan.thaicafe

We’re not travelling to Bangkok anytime soon, so this means that the Shibuya honey toasts from our beloved After You Dessert Cafe remain out of reach. But lucky you, as Wan Wan Thai Cafe is here to satisfy those cravings.

Choose from a variety of honey toast flavours such as Nutella Banana Toast (S$10.90), Strawberry Banana Toast (S$12.90) and even the locally-inspired Kaya Toast (S$8.90). With crispy cubes of bread drenched in sweet honey syrup, this is a combination that’ll never go wrong.

Photo: instagram/@wanwan.thaicafe

Some of us believe that bingsus are glorified ice kachangs, while some of us stand that it’s a beautiful, tasty work of art. For those that belong to the latter group, you’ll be glad to know that the cafe serves up these icy treats too. 

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Wan Wan Thai Cafe
📍127A Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189637
🗓️ 12:30pm–3am (Daily)

Tittle Tattle — Old-school vintage cafe that’s open 24/7

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Too many sweets can be nauseating for some. But if you’re the type that lives for the artery-clogging, give-you-cavities kind of sugar-high, the Tittle Tattle Disaster (S$22) will knock your socks off. 

With a maniacal combination of a fluffy Belgian waffle topped with ice cream, macarons, a cone biscuit, marshmallows, Kinder Buenos, strawberries, gem biscuits and finally, icing sugar, this is a treat that’ll keep you up all night.

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The dessert cafe opens past midnight and operates 24/7. Besides specialising in waffles, Tittle Tattle is also known for its vintage theme. Neon-lit signs can be found on its bricked wall interior, and an old school jukebox sits at the corner at the cafe. Since the place is open 24/7, you can vibe to the music without being chased out.

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Tittle Tattle
📍 183 Selegie Road, #01-03, Singapore 188329
🗓️ 24/7

Lickers — Additional scoop of ice cream at only S$2.50

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A quarter of the year has passed and if you’ve procrastinated on your 2021’s weight-loss resolution, there’s no harm in putting it off for another day. At Lickers, it’s hard to keep yourself in control when an additional scoop of ice cream on a waffle only costs S$2.50.

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The ice cream parlour handcrafts all of its noshes, but Oreo Yakult and Milo Mallow are the ones to try. A Lonely (single scoop) goes for S$3.50, while a Buddy (double scoop) costs S$6. Since it’s difficult to find affordable ice cream places, we say that it’s a night to let loose and just load the scoops up.

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Lickers (Hougang outlet)
📍 124 Hougang Avenue 1, Block 124, #01-1446, Singapore 530124
🗓️ 1pm–2am (Tues–Thurs), 12pm–2am (Fri–Sun), Closed Mon

Lickers (Telok Blangah outlet)
📍 6 Telok Blangah Crescent, #01-422, Singapore 090006
🗓️ 1pm–2am (Tues–Thurs), 12pm–2am (Fri–Sun), Closed Mon

Gong He Guan (Geylang) – Traditional desserts at an affordable price

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It’s been raining cats and dogs recently and if you’re craving a no-nonsense, piping hot bowl of dessert to warm your tummy, Gong He Guan is the way to go. Originating from Hong Kong, this small dessert cafe opens past midnight and serves up authentic traditional desserts. 

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An assortment of traditional desserts such as Ginger Soup Tang Yuan (S$3.20), Sesame Mix Peanut Paste (S$3) and White Fungus Papaya (S$3.50) can be found on its menu, and you can also opt to add additional Tang Yuan for a small cost of S$1.20

Since most hawkers and eateries close at 10PM, it’s a rare find for a traditional dessert place to open past midnight.

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Gong He Guan (Geylang outlet)
📍 217 Geylang Road, Singapore 389277
🗓️ 9.30am–3.30am (Daily)

Hay Gelato — Smoked hay ice cream and cosy interior

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We know that ice cream and waffles have taken up quite a bit of space in our list, but you can’t blame us when those smooth, creamy and luscious scoops are just waiting to be eaten. Instead of the usual round scoop, at Hay Gelato, a small indentation is made at the top of the ice cream for the staff to add complimentary toppings of your choice.

A total of 12 flavours are offered, but we recommend going for the signature Smoked Hay (S$5.20), where real hay is smoked and infused into a milk gelato, then topped with cocoa nibs. 

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With a chic and cosy interior like this, you’ll be tempted to overstay your welcome. 

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📍 136 Bedok North Avenue 3, #01-148, Singapore 460136
🗓️ 1pm–2am (Tues–Sun), Closed Mon

The Whale Tea SG (Rivervale Mall) — The only 24/7 bubble tea store in SG

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Forget ice cream, bubble teas are the new comfort food for the lonely people up at 2am. It’s a pity that most boba stores close at 10pm — but there’s one that prevails through the night. The Whale Tea’s outlet at Rivervale Mall is the only bubble tea dessert store in Singapore that’s not only open past midnight but also operates 24/7.

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The first thing that you’ll notice on their menu board is the baby blue colour gradient in their drinks. The blue comes from spirulina (a blue-green algae superfood) and it gives your drink an extra boost of nutrients. 

With such a pretty drink in hand, maybe it isn’t so bad to be lonely after all.

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The Whale Tea
📍 11 Rivervale Crescent, #01-14, Singapore 545082
🗓️ 24/7

Coffeesmith (Orchard Gateway & Northpoint) — 24/7 cafe for workaholics

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There are two types of people who stay awake past midnight. 1) The nocturnal party animals. 2) People who work round the clock and are forced to become night owls. For the ones who were coerced into living the nightlife, there’ll always be Coffeesmith if you ever need to catch a break.

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The Korean coffee chain offers light refreshments such as cakes and brownies, along with Injeolmi toasts and bingsu.

But for a quick pick-me-up, there’s a coffee selection of Cafe Americano (S$5 for regular, S$5.50 for large), Cafe Vienna (S$6 for regular, S$6.50 for large), and sweeter options such as Sweet Potato Latte (S$7.50 for regular, S$8 for large) and Caramel Milk Tea (S$7.50 for regular, S$8 for large).

*Only the Orchard Gateway and Northpoint Coffeesmith outlets are open 24/7.

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Coffeesmith (Orchard Gateway)
📍 277 Orchard Road, Orchard Gateway, #01-09/09A, Singapore 238858
🗓️ 24/7 

Coffeesmith (Northpoint)
📍 930 Yishun Avenue 2, Northpoint City South Wing, #01-112, Singapore 7690988
🗓️ 24/7

Smile Dessert — Pink 3-storey cafe with ball pit

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Situated at Bugis is Smile Dessert Bugis 酒窝甜品武吉士, the loud and extremely pink three-storey cafe that has taken over the place opposite Bugis Junction, where Nunsongyee, a Korean Bingsu shop once stood.

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Though fans of the former bingsu establishment may be disappointed, Smile Dessert proves to be a better contender as bingsu can still be found on the menu, along with a bigger variety of desserts such as souffles, cakes and even traditional sweets like walnut paste.

There’s even a ball pit on the second level, so this dessert cafe makes a fun midnight hangout.

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Smile Dessert Bugis 酒窝甜品武吉士
📍 534 North Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 188749
🗓️ 11am–3am (Daily) 

Time For Thai SG — Authentic Thai desserts with no GST & service charge

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This is a midnight dessert place that’ll bring you to +66. The Mango Sticky Rice (S$5.90) here is drenched in a copious amount of velvety coconut milk, which makes the rice to cream ratio absolutely perfect.

Other authentic Thai desserts such as Red Ruby (S$3.90) and Tapioca with Coconut Milk (S$3.90) are sold at an affordable price too. But perhaps the best part of this restaurant is that there’s no additional fee for GST and service charge.

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Main courses and light bites such as Oyster Omelette (S$13.90) and Thai Fish Cake (S$7.90) are also on the menu.

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Time For Thai SG (Bukit Timah outlet)
📍 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599739
🗓️ 11am–1am (Daily)

Time For Thai SG (Bedok outlet)
📍 282 Bedok Road, Singapore 469438
🗓️ 11am–1am (Daily)

Cafe de Muse — 24/7 hidden cafe in Orchard

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If you like cake and bingsu, you’ll have the best of both worlds at Cafe de Muse, a dessert cafe that opens past midnight. Tucked away at Shaw House, this hidden cafe may have gone unnoticed even by the CBD workers.

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They serve up a variety of desserts, but the ones to note are the Home-Baked Cheesecake & Strawberry (S$22) bingsu, which features an entire slice of cake on top of the shaved ice and The Chocolate Supreme (S$17.90), which is a sponge cake enclaved in a chocolate shell. 

Served with an indulgent hot chocolate sauce to melt the shell away, a mixed berry compote for a splash of acidity and a vanilla ice cream for a soft creaminess, the dessert reveals to be a dance of flavours.

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Cafe de Muse
📍 350 Orchard Road Isetan Scotts, Shaw House, #01-K5/K6 & #02-K4, Singapore 238868
🗓️ 24/7

Haute and Cauld — Waffles layered with cream cheese and ice cream

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Waffles and maple syrup are a norm in ice cream cafes, but cream cheese as a topping? Now we’re talking. At Haute and Cauld, you have the option to choose between three different types of waffles (S$7.90). While the Red Velvet and Charcoal waffles are drizzled with a rich cream cheese sauce, the Buttermilk option comes with Nutella instead. 

A Waffle Set (S$12) comes with a scoop of ice cream and a soft drink.

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For something a lil’ more adventurous, try their limited-edition Taiwan Ice Cream Popiah. Combining the texture of a soft, chewy and savoury popiah skin with handmade ice cream, this special dessert will be available from now till 19 May

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Haute and Cauld
📍 740 Bedok Reservoir Road, #01-3179, Singapore 470740
🗓️ 2pm–2am (Mon, Wed–Fri), 6pm–2am (Tues), 12pm–2am (Sat, Sun)

Dessert First — Snow ice made with MSW durian flesh

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We understand that durian is a fruit that’s poison to some, but for the durian lovers, this Durian Snow Ice (S$8.50) is probably everything that you’ve ever asked for. Made with real durian flesh, the fragrant (or pungent) shaved ice is topped with a luscious amount of durian cream and topped with more durian flesh. 

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Hot desserts such as Gingko Barley (S$3.80), Mango Sago with Pomelo (S$5.50) and Doubled-boiled White Fungus with Papaya (S$4.80) are also on the menu. Since the Hong Kong dessert cafe closes after midnight, it’ll be a great after-drinks hangout.

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Dessert First
📍 8 Liang Seah Street, #01-04, Singapore 189029
🗓️ 12.30pm–12.30am (Mon–Thurs, Sun), 12.30pm–1.30am (Fri, Sat)

Mosanco Settlers Cafe — Dessert set with 2 hours of complimentary gaming

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This one’s for the active minds that can’t seem to stop running, even after dark. Mosanco Settlers Cafe is a 24/7 board game cafe for the night owls to put their minds to good use.

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Main courses are also served, but we recommend going for the Dessert Set (S$20++) which includes a decadent slice of cake and a pot of tea. Two hours of complimentary gaming is provided so hopefully, it’ll tire your brains out enough for a good night’s sleep.

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Mosanco Settlers Cafe
📍 39A North Canal Road, Singapore 059295
🗓️ 24/7

No Horse Run — Singaporean-inspired gelato cafe in Yishun

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Singaporeans would recognize the quirky design of No Horse Run’s signboard from far away. It mimics the street signs of Singapore, with the signature green as a background colour and blue that signals the turning into an expressway. 

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Located at Yishun Street 11, this dessert cafe that opens past midnight serves up locally-inspired flavours such as Cereal Mai Pian, Lemongrass Pandan and even Green Apple Yakult, which is better known as a bubble tea flavour.

Classic flavours are priced at S$4.20 for a single scoop, while a double scoop goes for S$8.20.

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No Horse Run
📍 160 Yishun Street 11, #01-216, Singapore 760160
🗓️ 1pm–2am (Tues–Thurs), 12pm–2am (Fri–Sun), Closed Mon

Tian Wang 甜旺 – Mahjong-themed cafe that serves orhnee

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The only thing that some of us know about mahjong is the word “Pong”, but that won’t stop us from visiting this quirky mahjong-themed dessert cafe. The place stays open till 3am, which is late, but not as late as the mahjong rounds played by our friends.

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Tian Wang 甜旺 serves up a Singaporean favourite that’s usually found only at banquets — Yam Paste With Pumpkin & Gingko (S$4.80), or otherwise fondly known as Orh Nee. Besides that, there’s also the MSW Durian Mousse (S$9), which is made with the flesh of real Mao Shan Wang, one of the most highly sought-after durians in Singapore.

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Tian Wang 甜旺
📍 145 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208863
🗓️ 3pm–3am (Daily)

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Late Night Desserts in Singapore: Where to Go For Sweet Treats After-Hours

PUBLISHED September 3rd, 2020 07:00 am | UPDATED September 14th, 2020 08:34 am

So many desserts, so little time – we feel it all the more keenly now with many F&B venues in Singapore revising opening hours to suit consumption culture in Phase 2. Well, whether you need something sweet in the middle of the week to perk up or out during the weekend and are hit with a serious case of munchies, here’s our ever-handy guide to dessert spots in Singapore that open past 9.30pm to satiate all your sweet tooth cravings.

Western Desserts

2am: dessertbar

Perfect for intimate date nights, 2am dessertbar’s offerings are not only delicious but extremely gorgeous to look at. Case in point: Dolce Vita (S$25, pictured) featuring amaretto vanilla bean ice cream, chocolate cake, and pistachio white truffle crumble. They also have a dazzling array of beverages from champagne and cocktails to tea and coffee.

2am: dessertbar is located at 21a Lorong Liput, Holland Village, Singapore 277733. Open Tues-Sat 3pm-2am, Sun 3pm-11.45pm. 

Belo 

A collaboration between the folks behinds Les Patisseries and PizzaFace, Belo SG is a cafe by day and hip pizza bar when the sun goes down. But what’s gotten us hooked is their all-day dessert shop featuring artisanal cakes and pastries like the Lemon Yuzu Tart (S$6) and Matcha Opera (S$7). It’s also a haven for waffle lovers with flavours such as Salted Caramel (S$13) and the rose-and-lychee Ispahan (S$15).

Belo SG is located at 222 Upper Thompson Road, Singapore 574354. Open Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm, Fri 10am-11pm, Sat 9am-11pm, Sun 9am-10pm.

Voyage Patisserie 

Indulge in delectable French desserts created with finesse using seasonal fruits in this peaceful cafe hidden in Tiong Bahru. Highlights include Cacao Beignets (S$12) with whipped chocolate ganache and a Hokkaido sweet Corn Souffle (S$18) accompanied by toasted popcorn ice cream. It might be a little out of the way but these classy confections are definitely worth the journey.

Voyage Patisserie is located at 249 Outram Road, Singapore 169048. Open Mon-Thurs, Sun 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-12am.

Grin Affair

The team at Grin Affair believe that desserts should be a part of our everyday lives  – if they are made of real food. So you don’t have to worry about what goes into their adorable “jarcakes”, which are also fun and convenient to eat. Grab one for a quick snack in between life’s hustle and bustle or enjoy them in their casual little space in Bishan.

Grin Affair is located at Block 505D, Bishan Street 11, #01-408, Singapore 574505. Open Mon-Fri 12pm-12am, Sat-Sun 4pm-1am.

Twenty Grammes

While their ice cream and waffles are hot favourites among regulars, the beautiful tartlets and decadent mini-cakes at Twenty Grammes are dark horses that deserve more credit. Favourites include the Charcoal Fruit Tart (S$30 for 4) and a handcrafted Mini Salted Caramel Cakes (S$45 for 30). Keep an eye out for their dessert boxes filled with samplings of their delectable goods.

Twenty Grammes is located at 75 North Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 198721. Open Mon-Thurs, Sun 12pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-1am.

Ice Cream & Waffles

Salted Caramel

It’s hard to beat ice cream on waffles for dessert, and one spot that has been doing it for a long time is Salted Caramel in the Thomson neighbourhood. Try childhood favourites such as Milo Crunch and Horlicks Tim Tam and of course, namesake flavour Salted Caramel. Their extensive range includes dairy-free sorbets for the lactose-intolerant too.

Salted Caramel is located at 246F Upper Thompson Road, Singapore 574370. Open Mon-Thurs, Sun 12pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-2am.

Sweet Cheeks Gelato

You’re in for a wild ride with Sweet Cheeks Gelato’s boundless gelato island in Potong Pasir. Their staples include a diversity of classic and unusual combinations such as Cereal Milk and Marshmallow Oreo. Also, keep an eye out for their seasonal fruity specials. We hear the Açai Banana is a real winner.

Sweet Cheeks Gelato is located at 37 Tai Thong Crescent, Singapore 347862. Open Mon-Thurs, Sun 1pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 1pm-1am.

oblong

Waffle-heads should be familiar with Oblong’s buttermilk and red velvet waffles. Crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, they’re best served with a topping of ice cream alongside a soothing Flat White that will rival Australia’s coffeehouses. Their interior is also hip-looking and IG-worthy. 

oblong is located at 10 Maju Avenue, #01-2353, Singapore 556688. Open Mon-Wed, Sun 12pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 1pm-1am.

Obsessive Chocolat Desire Cafe (OCD Cafe)

Definitely an obsession we understand, the highlight at OCD Cafe is their delightfully sinful range of high-grade chocolate ice creams of different origins. Find your chocolate bias by sampling the Madagascar 33% Milk, Ecuador 40% Milk, Belgium Dark 60%, Brazil 72% Dark and Africa 85% Dark.

OCD Cafe is located at Block 529 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, #01-2353, Singapore 560529. Open Mon-Thurs, Sun 12pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-12am.

Lickers

Expect velvety smooth and creamy ice cream here in this artisanal dessert haven in Kovan. Coffee lovers should try the Cold Brew Creme while the adventurous should snag a Yakult Oreo. All flavours pair well with their waffles and coupled with the neon signs and artsy decor, Lickers is a great place for your midnight munchies. 

Lickers is located at Block 124, Hougang Avenue 1, Singapore 530124. Open Tues-Thurs 1pm-2am, Fri-Sun 12pm-2am.

Cottontail Creamery

For the unconventional, this Taiwanese cafe serves up uncommon ice cream flavours such as Craft Beer IPA and Olive Oil and Blackcurrant. Sweet and savoury crepes are also available for those who want something different; if you feel like having Basque Burnt Cheesecake, you’re in luck too. 

Cottontail Creamery is located at Block 326, Serangoon Avenue 3, #01-378, Singapore 550326. Open Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm, Fri 11am-11pm, Sat 9am-11pm, Sun 9am-10pm.

Udders Ice Cream

A household name in the ice cream business in Singapore, Udders has a plethora of flavours that are delicious no matter which tier they’re in. From classics like vanilla and cookies and cream to locally-inspired chendol and Mao Shan Wang, they also have delightfully boozy flavours under their belt. 

Udders has multiple branches across Singapore. More information and opening hours can be found here.

Asian Desserts

Ah Chew Desserts

Go old school with traditional Chinese sweets at Ah Chew Desserts. Their Mango sago pomelo is perfect for a hot day while the yam paste is ideal if you’re after something warm and luscious. For a different sort of fusion, their steamed egg dessert topped with chocolate cookies might surprise you. 

Ah Chew Desserts is located at Liang Seah Place 10/11, 1 Liang Seah Street, Singapore 189032. Open Mon-Thurs 12.30pm-12pm, Fri 12.30pm-1am, Sat 1.30pm-1am, Sun 1.30pm-12am.

O’ma Spoon Korean Dessert Cafe

While a trip to Korea might not be possible at the moment, you can satisfy your Bingsu cravings right in the heart of Orchard Road. Choose between classic flavours like Injeolmi and Green Tea or a dessert hybrid of Bingsu and cheesecake with the Mango Cheesecake Bingsu

O’ma Spoon Korean Dessert Cafe is located at [email protected], #04-20/32 Orchard Road, Singapore 238895. Open Mon-Thurs, Sun 11.15am-10.30pm, Fri-Sat 11.15am-11pm. 

Rochor Original Beancurd

Soya beancurd is a classic that is enjoyed by young and old alike and Rochor Original Beancurd is a beloved name. Along with the silky smooth tau huey, feast on the crispy fried you tiao and durian rolls before washing it down with soya bean milk or cooling grass jelly.

Rochor Original Beancurd is located at 2 Short Street, Singapore 188211. Open Mon-Thurs 10.30am-11pm, Fri-Sat 10.30am-12.30am, Sun 10.30am-11pm. 

Dessert First

More modern than Ah Chew Desserts, Dessert First has an extensive menu so bringing your pals might be a good idea for sampling their mouth-watering wares. Enjoy shaved ice in a variety of fruity flavours and warm your bellies with glutinous rice balls in soup or rolled in peanut crumble. Durian lovers will also love their rich durian creations made from D24 durians.

Dessert First is located at 8 Liang Seah Street, #01-04, Singapore 189029. Open Mon-Thurs 12.30pm-12.30am, Fri-Sat 12.30pm-1.30am, Sun 12pm-12.30am.

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10 Best Desserts In Singapore For Ice-Cream, Brûlée French Toast, And Beautiful Eclairs – Eatbook Top 50 Awards 2019 – EatBook.sg


Best dessert places of 2019


Other than the usual festivities, the end of the year now also signals the time for the annual Eatbook Top 50 Awards. For the second year running, we are excited to present to you these 10 best dessert places in Singapore where you can have a sweet and satisfying after-dinner indulgence. Covering both the heartlands and town, here are some treats we recommend dessert lovers to check out ASAP!

50 Best Food Places In Singapore For All Budgets – Eatbook Top 50 Awards 2019


For desserts on a budget (<$5)


1. Denzy Gelato


Located in a bustling HDB estate, Denzy Gelato boasts a unique array of gelato, including the saffron-flavoured Persian Prince, Ruby Chocolate & Raspberries, and Pear, Ginger, and Ginger Flower which was awarded the best flavour at this year’s Singapore Gelato Championship. Another must-try is the Roasted Pistachio gelato. Relish in its strong nuttiness which has been intensified with a light toast, before being stone-ground for 10 hours. 

Prices here start from $3.60 for a single scoop and $6.40 for a double. Those going for their premium flavours will have to add an extra $1.

Check out our full review of Denzy Gelato!

Denzy Gelato Review: Ice Cream Cafe With Unique Flavours Such As Saffron At Bishan

Address: 506 Bishan Street 11, #01-404, Singapore 570506
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10:30pm
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Denzy Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery.


2. KURA


With an ex-Tiong Bahru Bakery Baker and ex-hotel chef working their magic in the kitchen, KURA is a new dessert cafe to keep tabs on. Spending on these little plated desserts doesn’t always have to break the bank. 

The pastries here are affordably priced from $4 for their Earl Grey Tart and Apple Almond Tart. The former is heavier on flavour. It is nutty, chocolatey, and spiked with notes of chai and bergamot. The latter on the other hand has a fruity green apple flavour taking centre stage, tempered by a subtle almond cream in the middle. 

Check out our full review of KURA! 

KURA Review: Affordable And Pretty Pastries By Ex-Tiong Bahru Bakery And Hotel Chefs

Address: 46 Kim Yam Road, #01-07, The Herencia, Singapore 239351
Opening hours: Mon 9am to 5:30pm, Tue-Fri 9am to 6:30pm, Sat-Sun 10:30am to 5:30pm
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KURA is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. Petit Pain


Go back to basics with simple bakes at Petit Pain. Opened by an ex-baker of Artisan Boulangerie Co., this bakery at Joo Chiat sells out every single day thanks to online pre-orders and fervent customers waiting in line to snap up anything coming out of the oven. 

Sweet treats to get your hands on include their Pain Au Chocolat ($3.50), which hides two strips of dark chocolate within its buttery croissant layers, lending a bittersweet boost of flavour in each bite. If you’re looking for something sweeter, order their Apple Danish ($3.80), Orange Chocolate Escargot ($3.80), or Raisin Escargot ($3.60) instead.

Check out our full review of Petit Pain!

Petit Pain Review: Queue-Worthy Croissants At Joo Chiat By An Ex-Artisan Boulangerie Co. Baker

Address: 315 Joo Chiat Road Singapore 427566
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 11am to 5pm, Fri 11am to 7pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 5pm, Closed every first Tuesday of the month
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Petit Pain is not a halal-certified eatery.


For desserts on payday (<$10)


4. Lee’s Confectionery

Lee’s Confectionery is our pride and joy in the West. Helmed by a young man who went to Paris for two years to work under famed pâtissiers, this neighbourhood cafe in Jurong serves made-to-order plated desserts. From their taste to presentation, these pastries can easily rival those you find in town. 

At $8 a pop, Tart is an aptly named pastry which wastes no time in introducing itself. Your face will pucker a little as you savour the tangy lime cream and dense lime almond cake centre. Jiāo ($8) is another fruity option which hides a luscious banana compote and rich mascarpone within a wall of fluffy banana sponge cake.

Check out our full review of Lee’s Confectionery!

Lee’s Confectionery Review: Minimalist Jurong Cafe With Beautiful Desserts That Can Rival Janice Wong’s

Address: 343 Jurong East Street 31, #01-59, Singapore 600343
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 9183 8447
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Lee’s Confectionery is not a halal-certified eatery.


5. Beverly Hills Cheesecake


With the opening of Beverly Hills Cheesecake in Singapore, cheesecake fanatics no longer need to take a plane to the US for a slice from The Cheesecake Factory Bakery. This dessert kiosk offers the popular premade cheesecakes with flavours such as the Classic Cheesecake ($7.90 per slice), Reese’s Peanut Butter Cheesecake ($10.90 per slice), Godiva Double Chocolate Cheesecake ($10.90 per slice) and more. These cakes definitely do not disappoint with their intense flavours and uber creamy texture.

Check out our full review of Beverly Hills Cheesecake!

Beverly Hills Cheesecake Review: Famous Cheesecake Factory’s Desserts At City Hall

Address: 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-70, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 9723 2405
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Beverly Hills Cheesecake is a halal-certified eatery.


6. OLLELLA


Local brand OLLELLA has been a go-to for both their traditional Indonesia kueh and beautiful eclairs. The pastries from the mom-and-pop cafe at Race Course Road are decorated to the point that they are almost too pretty to eat. 

If you’re a chocolate lover, the Intense Dark Chocolate ($6.90) will be the one to get. This gold-dusted eclair is chocolatey through and through with its crumbly chocolate streusel and luscious chocolate cream. The Raspberry Pistachio ($6.90) on the other hand, will make your face pucker from tart fresh raspberries and cream. 

Check out our full review of OLLELLA!

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Address: 454 Race Course Road, Singapore 218697
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 11:30am to 6pm
Tel: 6917 7273
Website
OLLELLA is not a halal-certified eatery.


7. Origin + Bloom


Walk to Marina Bay Sands and end your meal on a sweet note at Origin + Bloom with cakes, cookies, ice-cream, baked goodies and more. The most adorable item on the menu is the Mango ($10+), which looks straight up like a freshly picked mango! Crack open the yellow-painted white chocolate shell to reveal a mango mousse with a jelly-filled centre. If you prefer to end your meal with a sour note, opt for the Cheesecake ($9+) instead. This simple-looking cube is decked with flavours, thanks to acai jelly and lime cream in the middle.

Check out our full review of Origin + Bloom!

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Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Lobby,  Hotel Tower 3, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 10pm
Tel: 6688 8588
Website
Origin + Bloom is not a halal-certified eatery.


For desserts on date nights <$18++


8. Elixir Boutique Roasters


Known more for their flat iron steak, this dual identity cafe, Elixir Boutique Roasters x Fat Belly has a Brûlée French Toast ($18++) that is only available between 8:30am and 3:30pm. Like a typical cafe French toast, this drool-worthy one is crowned with fresh strawberries, edible flowers and more. However, delve into the centre and you will find an unbaked consistency, which not only gives each bite an extra texture but extra creaminess as well.

Check out our full review of Elixir Boutique Roasters!

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Address: 10 Jalan Serene, #01-03A/04, Serene Centre, Singapore 258748
Opening hours: Thurs-Tue 8:30am to 3:30pm
Tel: 6314 2247
Website
Elixir Boutique Roasters is not a halal-certified eatery.


9. Voyage Patisserie


If you thought the list of cafes at hipster spot Tiong Bahru has long been exhausted, you’re wrong. A short bus ride from Tiong Bahru MRT Station, Voyage Patisserie is a little-known cafe which opened in August 2019.

Just like Lee from Lee’s Confectionery, chef-owner Jonathan also had a two-year stint in France. His desserts might come with a hefty price tag, but they are worthy of a trip down on date night. The Le Pain Perdu ($15+) has a beautiful contrast of warm, brûléed French toast and icy, house-made salted Hokkaido milk ice-cream. Those looking for smaller desserts can order their range of tarts instead. The Bassenay Black Cherry Tart ($10.50+) is topped with soaked French cherries, which elevate the layers of whipped cream and sponge cake beneath. 

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Address: 249 Outram Road, Singapore 169048
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 10am to 10pm, Fri-Sun 10am to 12am
Tel: 6223 2490
Website
Voyage Patisserie is not a halal-certified cafe.


10. Olivia Restaurant & Lounge


Chef Alain Devahive from the now-defunct, three Michelin-starred restaurant elBulli helms the kitchen at Olivia Restaurant & Lounge. Diners will be in for a gastronomic treat with savoury Spherical Olives ($1.50+ each) and globes of Mushrooms and Truffle Croquettes ($10+). Those with a sweet tooth should look out for Olivia’s Creamy Homemade Cheesecake ($14+). The uber oozy cheesecake is the end result of being delicately baked at a low temperature.

Check out our full review of Olivia Restaurant & Lounge!

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Address: 55 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089158
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 11:30am to 2pm, 6pm to 10pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 2pm, 6pm to late
Website
Olivia Restaurant & Lounge is not a halal-certified eatery.


Be spoiled for choices with these best dessert spots


Singapore is not short of desserts but this year’s new entrants charmed us with their unique flavours and on-point aesthetics. With colleagues vowing to return to the different cafes and kiosks, you know we’re all making a list and checking them twice!

If you’re planning to try out one of these best dessert places, here’s a list of best hawker spots that might help with your budget.

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90,000 Best Dumplings in Singapore – Unique Singapore

Whether it’s Chinese, Japanese or even Russian dumplings, it’s impossible not to love these juicy, meat-filled dough bags. And in some places they are just amazing.

Buyan

We Russians love dumplings very much. Yes, perhaps, in our version, the “pockets” with meat filling do not look like the traditional Chinese version of this dish, but this does not make it less tasty and satisfying.

www.buyan.sg


Crystal Jade Golden Palace

The design of this place, with its purple sconces and heavy carpets, may seem a little too pretentious to you, but it definitely knows how to cook well. You will definitely love the vegetarian dumplings stuffed with mushrooms, radishes and peanuts. And most importantly, they are distinguished by the main feature of good dumplings – a very thin dough.

www.crystaljade.com


Din Tai Fung

This Taiwanese establishment requires no additional advertising.Their xiaolongbao and dumplings soup are mouth watering, and they are all very inexpensive. It doesn’t matter if you choose the filling from regular pork or add crab meat and black truffles to it, the soup will be very aromatic, and the meat will be fatty and juicy.

www.dintaifung.com.sg


Ding Dong

This modern Asian restaurant has a different idea of ​​dumplings. They add shitake mushrooms to the roast duck filling and boil them in a transparent duck consomme.It turns out an easy but satisfying dish that you will like so much that you will definitely come back for it.

www.dingdong.com.sg


Gyoza-ya

The name won’t tell you what the place specializes in. And inside you will find tons of dumplings – fried and boiled, stuffed with pork, shrimp or vegetables. Try the pan-fried dumplings that are very tasty and just the right size to eat.

www.gyozaya.com.sg


Jing Hua

This family run eatery has a Neil Road diner, but we’d recommend visiting their new branch at Palais Renaissance. There you will find pork xiaolongbao and dessert dumplings. Plus, you’ll definitely love their sweet rice ball soup with osmanthus flowers added.

www.jinghua.sg


Paradise Dynasty

The

Xiaulongbao that will be served to you within these walls is a bit unusual.Firstly, they are painted in all colors of the rainbow, and secondly, you will be surprised at the originality of the fillings. For example, in addition to the traditional minced pork, you may be offered dumplings with crab caviar, black truffles or foie gras.

www.paradisegroup.com.sg


The Provision Shop

In Europe, especially in Poland, so-called unleavened dough pies are very popular. They are first boiled and then fried with onions and stuffed with a mixture of potatoes, shukrut, minced meat, cheese or fruit.Quite large dumplings are obtained. The Singaporean version served at this restaurant is stuffed with ricotta or potatoes and served with bacon, onions and sour cream.

www.unlistedcollection.com


Swee Choon

Fans of late meals probably know this place on Jalan Besar. The menu, which is based on Shanghai dim sum, includes xiaolongbao, pan-fried dumplings with pork, and spicy wantons with Sichuan butter.In addition, this institution is literally open 24 hours a day.

www.sweechoon.com

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90,000 ★ Indulge in Bourbon Flavored Marshmallows at Wondermade in Sanford ★

A menu filled with about 130 artisanal marshmallows, fried ice drink and Crispwich, Wondermade in Sanford is unlike any other dessert shop in Florida.This specialty candy cafe has sold millions of marshmallows worldwide through their online store, but luckily for us Floridians, we can go straight to the source at their quaint Wondermade Cafe.

The most popular marshmallow scent is Bourbon, but there are many options for all tastes, from root beer and Guinness to lavender, rose and mimosa, while Sriracha is a unique scent that has a unique flavor. If you’d like to sample different varieties, sign up for their Taste Adventure Club, a weekly subscription-based marshmallow delivery service.

Wondermade, Sanford

According to Wondermade, there is no wrong way to eat marshmallows. In a cafe in Sanford, they are served toasted on sticks, sandwiches in glasses or in a cup of hot chocolate. Be sure to try their new Southern Super S’more, which features homemade cornbreads (thin waffles) paired with burnt milk chocolate and honey drizzled bourbon marshmallows to top it off. Without preservatives, artificial colors and flavors, you can feel good about this dessert shop.

They also serve handmade ice creams to satisfy your sweet tooth, from salty caramel and biscuits and cream to triple chocolate. If you’re an adventurer, try the avocado, cornbread, or maple bacon ice cream.

Their Smoresicles are a must-try, where the toasted ice pop contains a bit of pudding wrapped in crushed cracker and the top is marshmallow. Are you a Rice Crispies fan? Get a crispwich that combines that classic grain flavor with ice cream.They even have vegan ice cream flavors like butter cookies and watermelon mint sorbet.

Wondermade, Sanford

If you want to learn how to make sweet treats, attend one of their monthly seminars, including Date Night. Here, you’ll be able to tour the facility, taste the groceries, and make your own marshmallow box. Do you want to take children? The family workshop is suitable for children and gives them the chance to become an official marshmallow agent.

If you can’t get to Sanford Dessert Café, go online and you’ll find all of their flavors sold in gift sets, from Gold Champagne and Key Lime Pie to Fireball, Birthday Cake and even Beer.

Wondermade
Address: 214 E 1st St, Sanford, FL 32771
Phone: (407) 205-9569
Official Website

Harajuku (Buyer’s Guide) | Shopping in Tokyo

Fashion, food and youth culture

Harajuku is a bustling shopping area around Harajuku Station, next to Shibuya Station on the Yamanote Line.Teens from all over Japan flock here to find out the latest trends in fashion, street food and pop culture. The center of the district is Takeshita Street. All the latest trends are presented here, here you can buy insanely cute souvenirs that are sold only in Japan. The labyrinth of surrounding lanes is home to quirky boutiques and themed cafes. Nearby, within walking distance, there is a more “adult” shopping area – Omotesando Street. The flagship stores of international chains such as Gucci and Louis Vuitton are located there.If you get tired of the hustle and bustle, come to the Meiji-jingu shrine with a quiet garden – it is nearby.

  • Check in advance the opening hours of stores on the Internet: many do not open until 11:00 or even 11:30
  • On weekdays there are fewer people here, but on weekends you can see all the fashion trends
  • There will probably be queues in popular restaurants and cafes

Around Takeshita Street

Harajuku is the center of Tokyo street fashion.New trends are constantly emerging here. You should start exploring the area from the Takeshita pedestrian street directly opposite the Harajuku station – this is the main highlight of the area. There are many small boutiques selling everything from lolita items and cosplay accessories to restored vintage clothing. It is here that you can catch all the trends of the latest fashion. Don’t miss out on legendary street food, from the latest Korean snacks to the popular pancakes at Marion Crepes and Angel’s Heart.

Omotesando Street – for more respectable and wealthy guests who prefer expensive shops and premium restaurants. There is also the new Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku mall, which is full of cafes and trendy shops. Omotesando is called the “Champs Elysees of Tokyo” – and there are no fewer flagship stores of international brands. The most popular shopping complex in the area is Omotesando Hills, the creation of the architect Tadao Ando.

Not far off the street of Cats.It snakes through the Uraharajuku (or simply Urahara) area between Omotesando Street and Shibuya. There are both small boutiques and stores of major brands – including Converse, Helly Hansen, Burton. The street style here is more provocative compared to Takeshita’s youthful kawaii fashion.

What else is interesting?

In addition to fashionable clothes, Harajuku also offers great souvenirs.

Directly opposite the recently renovated Harajuku Station, the new Uniqlo flagship store.They sell exclusive T-shirts and other stylish items. The popular Daiso discount on Takeshita Street has everything imaginable, from plastic sushi to face masks. Any item costs 100 yen (unless otherwise indicated). Kiddy Land on Omotesando Street is the five-story toy store most famous in Japan. Yes, Snoopy and Hello Kitty are there too!

If you are interested in furniture and other Japanese goods – welcome to the Oriental Bazaar a little further down the street.The shop looks like an old building. Assortment of goods – from kimonos to dolls and kitchen utensils.

Delicious

Harajuku is renowned for its trendy cafes and super kawaii treats, from giant rainbow caramel to designer ice cream. New shops are constantly opening. Look for the trendiest ones (there is a long queue). On Takeshita Street, it is worth trying dessert Japanese pancakes – they are served at Marion Crepes and Angel’s Heart.Well, it wasn’t – book a table at the Kawaii Monster Cafe. You may be overwhelmed by a wave of emotion – but what can you do, it’s Harajuku!

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