Best Dessert Places in Singapore

Queen of Tart

This guide to the best dessert places in Singapore was last updated on 5 July 2014.

Desserts make us happy, desserts make us smile, desserts are our best of friends. Indulging in desserts is like a hobby to us. We like to go on frequent quests to find new dessert places in Singapore, and share them with our favourite people.

Here is our guide to the Best Dessert Places in Singapore.

Antoinette Patisserie


Antoinette is a Parisian pâtisserie and salon du thé by Chef Pang Kok Keong, one of Singapore’s best pastry chefs. The French patisserie is a great place for a quiet afternoon high tea. If we lived near the Lavender area, we could just imagine ourselves dropping by the Parisian tea salon every other day.

30 Penhas Road, Singapore
Tel: +65 6293 3121

Artisan Boulangerie Co

Artisan Boulangerie Co. (ABC) is an artisan bakery and cafe led by executive baker Eran Meyer. Besides having a selection of baked goods like baguettes, croissants, eclairs, there is also sandwiches, pies and salads available.

Since launching its flagship outlet at Killiney Road last September, Artisan Boulangerie Co has quickly expanded with four more outlets at Great World City, The Metropolis, Asia Square Tower 2, and Vivo City. If you ever do pass by one of their outlets, take a break and go for their beautiful eclairs.

#01-01, 118 Killiney Road
Tel: +65 6444 8130
Daily: 8am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Somerset

#01-163/164 Vivo City
1 Harbourfront Walk
Tel: +65 6278 8500
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Harbourfront

Baker & Cook

Baker & Cook is a neighbourhood treasure for folks staying in the west of Singapore. Besides having a wide range of bread, the artisanal bakery also offers plenty of sweets and pastries.

77 Hillcrest Road, Singapore
Tel: +65 6469 8834
Daily: 7am – 8pm


With branches all over the Island, Bakerzin is a name that will come to mind when we need a quick dessert fix. Some of the popular desserts (or rather my favourite deserts) at Bakerzin include Chocolate Amer, Sweet Pleasure, and Warm Chocolate Lava Cake.

3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-016 Suntec City Mall
Tel: +65 6338 4656

Bonheur Patisserie Duxton Singapore

Bonheur Patisserie

The highlight at Bonheur Patisserie at Pasarbella is definitely its array of macarons with Asian flavours. If you are in the area, drop by and have a macaron or two.

200 Turf Club Road
#02-06 Pasarbella
The Grandstand
Tel: +65 6466 1498
Daily: 10am – 8pm
Nearest Station: Clementi

Bloomsbury Bakers

30 Bendemeer Road
Tel: +65 6299 3450
Tue to Fri: 12pm – 8pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 10am – 8pm
Nearest Station: Boon Keng



Brunetti is a famous coffee joint in Melbourne and it is a sweet addition to the Singapore food scene – figuratively and literally. The pasticceria and coffee bar takes up the space formerly occupied by whimsical restaurant Oomphatico’s, and it offers a pleasantly mind-boggling variety of cakes, pastries and tarts.

163 Tanglin Road
Tanglin Mall
Tel: +65 6736 4922
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Orchard

Cake Spade

Strawbery Tofu Cheesecake, Peach Tofu Cheesecake, Red Velvet Cake, Hummingbird Cake… The cake selection at Cake Spade will make you go weak in the knees. Perfect place to go for an afternoon break for those who are working in the Tanjong Pagar area.

1 Tras Link, #01-06, Orchid Hotel
Tel: +65 6444 3868
Mon to Thu: 12pm – 8pm
Fri & Sat: 12pm – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar

Carpenter N Cook Cafe

Carpenter and Cook

Carpenter and Cook is a vintage cafe, though we prefer to think of it as a pretty dessert hideout. With a fascinating and somewhat whimsical interior, this cafe is a gem of the West. No trip is complete without trying the signature passionfruit meringue tart.

19 Lorong Kilat
#01-06 Singapore
Tel: +65 6463 3648
Tue to Fri: 12.00pm – 10.00pm
Sat: 10.00am – 10.00pm
Sun: 10.00am – 7.00pm
Nearest Station: Clementi

Ciel Patisserie

Ciel Patisserie

Hougang may seem like an unlikely place to find a French patisserie, but that is exactly where Ciel Patisserie is located. This small patisserie has a wholesome range of cakes (S$4.80 – S$5.80), and tarts (S$4.20). Some of the creations that you can look forward to are Lemon Meringue Tart, Chocolate Caramel Tart, Strawberry Shortcake, and Brownie.

124 Hougang Ave 1
Tel: +65 6383 0803
Tue to Thu: 11am – 8pm
Fri & Sat: 11am – 9pm
Sun: 3pm – 9pm
Nearest Station: Kovan/Serangoon

Dean and Deluca

Everyone who has been to Dean & Deluca loves their bread selection. They are known to curate the best breads and pastries, and the store in Singapore is no exception. With bread from popular bakeries like Maison Kyser, Bakers & Co, and Bread Project, it is one pit stop to make when you are in town.

181 Orchard Road
#04-23/24 Orchard Central
Tel: +65 6509 7708
Daily: 11am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Somerset

ET Artisan Sweets

ET Artisan Sweets

ET Artisan Sweets is a bespoke cake boutique at The Grandstand, and they specialise in cupcakes, dessert tables, personalised cakes, and macarons. Having tried many macarons from different patisseries and cake shops, we are convinced that the macarons from ET Artisan Sweets rank amongst the best.

200 Turf Club Road
The Grandstand #01-35A
Tel: +65 6468 6700
Mon to Fri: 9.30am – 7pm
Sat: 9am – 7pm
Nearest Station: Clementi

Berry Choux Flor Patisserie

Flor Patisserie

Flor Patisserie is a Japanese Patisserie by Chef Yamashita, who left the popular Patisserie Glace to set up this humble dessert place at Duxton Hill. It is, without a doubt, one of our favourite patisseries in Singapore. The Strawberry Souffle is a must-try!

2 Duxton Hill #01-01
Tel: +65 6223 8628
Mon to Sat: 10.30am – 7.30pm
Sun & PH: 10.30am – 6.30pm
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar

Grin Affair

Grin Affair

A cake shop nestled in the quiet Everton Park estate (where you can also find Nylon Coffee Roasters), Grin Affair is popular for its mousse cakes in glass jars.

Flavours include lychee with passionfruit, strawberry with cream cheese, cookies & cream, hazelnut, and matcha azuki. The price ranges from S$6 to S$6.50 per jar.

3 Everton Park #01-77
Tel: +65 8282 7375
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 8pm
Sun: 1.30pm – 6pm
Nearest Station: Outram

Hatter Street Waffle

Hatter Street

Hatter Street is one of the newest dessert cafes to open in the heartlands. Located in a HDB estate – just a few units away from popular Thai eatery Nakhon Kitchen – it offers desserts with a twist. Expect intriguing creations like macarons flavoured with haw flakes, snickers cheesecake, matcha and red bean mousse cake, as well as a kumquat tart.

Block 212 Hougang Street 21 #01-333
Tue to Sun: 1pm – 10pm
Nearest Station: Kovan

Lady M

Lady M

2013 was a great year for Singapore’s food scene, with many well-known restaurants and dining outlets opening on our shores, including New York’s Lady M Confections.

In addition to the signature Mille Crepes, Lady M also has a selection of cakes like Strawberry Shortcake, Tarte Aux Fruits, Strawberry Mille Feuille and Mont Blanc. With so many options to choose from, you will be returning again and again to try everything on the menu.

1 Fullerton Road
One Fullerton #01-10
Tel: +65 6820 0830
Mon to Thu: 9am – 10pm
Fri & Sat: 9am – 12midnight
Sun: 9am – 9pm
Nearest Station: Raffles Place

6 Raffles Boulevard
#02-103 Marina Square Shopping Mall
Tel: +65 6822 2095
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade

Kreme Couture


Kreme Couture offer many cupcake flavours such as lemon raspberry, red velvet, banana French toast, but our favourites are the lavender, Thai milk tea and matcha with strawberry jam. Other than cupcakes, they also have brownies, bundt, molten chocolate cake and a gorgeous raspberry chocolate truffle cake.

216 Joo Chiat Road
#01-03 Soholife
Tel: +65 9125 2522
Daily (except Tue): 12pm – 8pm
Nearest Station: Paya Lebar/Eunos

Laurent Bernard Chocolatier

Laurent Bernard Chocolatier

When it comes to chocolate desserts, no one does it better than Laurent Bernard Chocolatier. Formerly known as The Chocolate Factory, the newly renamed Laurent’s Café & Chocolate Bar has two branches at Robertson Quay and Portsdown Road. Dinners at the Robertson Quay restaurants are not complete without a trip to Laurent Bernard’s for a chocolatey sweet ending.

#01-11 The Pier at Robertson Quay
80 Mohammad Sultan Road
Tel: +65 6235 9007
Mon: 6pm – 11pm
Tue to Thu: 1pm – 12 midnight
Fri & Sat: 1pm – 1am
Sun: 1pm – 11pm
Nearest Station: Clarke Quay

Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee

For those who are staying in the west of Singapore, Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee at Eng Kong Terrace – just a few units down from Necessary Provisions – is a nice place to check out. It is a clean and quaint little cafe where you can expect sweet treats like carrot cake, red velvet cake, chocolate cake and rainbow cake that are freshly baked on-site. Definitely a new great addition to the Bukit Timah neighbourhood.

11 Eng Kong Terrace
Tel: +65 6314 2886
Tue to Thu: 11am – 7pm
Fri, Sat & Eve of PH: 11am – 9pm
Sun & PH: 11am – 8pm
Nearest Station: Clementi

Maple & Market

Maple & Market

Many cafes and bakeries are starting to open in HDB neighbourhood estates, and one of them is Maple & Market. It is a new addition to the Old Airport Road neighbourhood and surely a hidden gem. Maple & Market is a small bakery with just a few seats. So it is probably not a place to linger. However, you should still drop by to pick up a few cakes on your way home. They also conduct baking classes for those who are interested to learn more about baking.

Good coffee, delicious waffles, lovely cakes, gorgeous displays – this charming cafe fully utilised the small space and ticked all the right boxes.

34 Cassia Crescent, #01-82
Tel: +65 6348 8068
Mon: 12pm – 8pm
Wed to Fri: 12pm – 9pm
Sat: 10am – 10pm
Sun: 10am – 9pm
Nearest Station: Dakota

Marmalade Pantry

What do we need to say about Marmalade Pantry? It is one of the most popular afternoon high teas (read: taitai hangout place) in Singapore.

Cupcake lovers must have the ones from Marmalade Pantry. Crumbly, moist and flavourful, Marmalade Pantry’s Rose and Limonata are the best cupcakes in Singapore. Some of the other desserts that we like are the toffee date pudding and salted caramel cheesecake.

2 Orchard Turn
#03-22 ION Orchard
Tel: +65 6734 2700

Max Brenner Chocolate Souffle

Max Brenner Chocolate Bar

Chocolate lovers must head to Max Brenner Chocolate Bar at Esplanade. The desserts here are relatively more expensive, but the satisfaction that you get in return from the richness of their quality chocolate will be worth every penny.

8 Raffles Avenue
#01-06/08 Esplanade Mall
Tel: +65 6235 9556
Nearest Station: City Hall

MU Parlour

MU Parlour

It is easy to miss MU Parlour at Holland Village if you are not paying special attention to the shops on the second level. It is the kind of place that you would probably hear about from friends, and this was exactly how we came to know about it.

MU Parlour has a very pretty and cosy space. It is a decent place to hang out, read a book, and watch the world go by under your feet.

16A Lorong Mambong
Holland Village
Tel: +65 6466 9336
Daily: 10am – 11pm
Nearest Station: Holland Village

Ice Cream Burger


nydc has more than 30 desserts available on the menu. From mud pies to cheesecakes, to some of the special creations like I Screen Burger cake, and the High & Mighty, a 24 layers of chocolate fudge and sponge cake – you will never run out of choices at nydc.

#02-19 Wheelock Place
501 Orchard Road
Tel: +65 6736 3253
Sun to Thu & PH: 11.30am – 10.30pm
Fri & Sat: 11.30am – 11pm
Nearest Station: Orchard


Opened by the owner of Artichoke Cafe, Overdoughs gives a modern take on the traditional flavours of Spain, Turkey, Greece, Morocco and the Middle East. Signature items include its handmade baklavas, and meringue tarts.

161 Middle Road, Sculpture Square
Tel: +65 6336 6946
Tue to Sat: 11.30am – 6.30pm
Sun: 11.30am – 4pm
Nearest Station: Bras Basah/City Hall

Paul Bakery Desserts

Paul Bakery

Paul Bakery has opened in Singapore with much fanfare, and it is not difficult to understand why the French boulangerie/patisserie is packed with customers everyday, any time of the day.

For those who have been to Europe, Paul Boulangerie is the place for them to relive those wonderful memories of having a warm croissant and a cuppa on cold, winter days. And for those who have no clue, we’d say skip the waffles and crepes, and go for their croissant and pain au chocolat. The mille-feuille is quite a treat, too!

391A Orchard Road
#03-16/16A/17 Ngee Ann City Tower A
Tel: +65 6836 5932
Sun–Thu: 8.30am – 10pm
Fri–Sat: 8.30am – 11pm
Nearest Station: Orchard

Plain Vanilla Bakery

Plain Vanilla Bakery

Everyone loves cupcakes, and it is hard to say no to one – especially if it is from Plain Vanilla Bakery. We are always on a lookout for the best cupcakes in Singapore, and Plain Vanilla Bakery stays as one of the top few on my list.

34A Lorong Mambong
Tel: +65 6465 5942
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 8pm
Sun: 12pm – 6pm
Nearest Station: Holland Village

Patisserie G

Patisserie G

A terrific tiny patisserie in Millenia Walk, Patisserie G has a whole range of French desserts such as Saint Honore, Eclairs, Canele, but if we had to choose one, we would definitely go for their best-seller The G Spot, a dark chocolate mousse with chocolate meringue.

9 Raffles Boulevard #01-40 Millenia Walk
Tel: +65 6338 7578
Mon to Thu: 8am – 9pm
Fri 8am – 10pm
Sat: 11am – 10pm
Sun: 11am – 9pm
Nearest Station: Promenade

Patisserie Glace Mont Blanc Dessert

Patisserie Glace

For Japanese sweets, you cannot go wrong at Patisserie Glace. From strawberry shortcake to mont blanc, and Japanese chiffon, you can find everything here. All the cakes here are priced at around $4 to $6 per slice. Note: the retail outlet at Icon Village is a take-away kiosk.

12 Gopeng Street
#01-33/34 ICON Village
Tel: +65 6400 0247
Mon to Fri: 11am – 7pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 11am – 6pm
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar

Pique Nique

Pique Nique

A concept by Chef Pang’s Sugar Daddy group, Pique Nique is an American Cafe that serves simple cafe food like Mac N’ Cheese and burgers. And dessert lovers will be thrilled to see the huge selection of cakes and desserts on the menu. The waffles are among the better ones we have savoured in Singapore.

391A Orchard Road #B1-01/02
Takashimaya Shopping Centre
Ngee Ann City Tower A
Tel: +65 6238 6705
Nearest Station: Orchard

Tart Blanc

Tart Blanc

Tart Blanc at Millenia Walk specialises in tarts. Best sellers include Banana Chocolate Silk Tart (S$7) and Blood Orange Matcha Tart (S$7.50). We also love the Raspberry Praline Tart (S$7.50) and Blueberry Lavender Chocolate Tart (S$7.50). If you love tarts, this quaint cafe deserves your support.

Millenia Walk #01-102
9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: +65 6238 6893
Mon to Fri: 10.30am – 9pm
Sat & Sun: 11am – 9.30pm
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade


Tiong Bahru Bakery

Tiong Bahru Bakery is opened in collaboration with celebrity baker, Gontran Cherrier. It started with much fanfare in the now-hip Tiong Bahru neighbourhood (Eng Hoon Street), and added a second shop at Raffles City shortly after.

Some say they have the best croissants, though we do not agree. Nonetheless, with a comprehensive display of bread, pastries and desserts, there will be something for every taste bud.

56 Eng Hoon Street
#01-70 Singapore 160056
Tel: +65 6220 3430
Daily (except Tue): 8am – 8pm
Nearest Station: Tiong Bahru

252 North Bridge Road
#B1-11/12 Raffles City Shopping Centre
Singapore 179103
Tel: +65 6333 4160
Daily: 9am – 10pm
Nearest Station: City Hall

TCC High Tea

The Connoisseur Concerto TCC

Believe it or not, The Connoisseur Concerto’s Dark Chocolate Cake is among the better ones that we have had in Singapore. They also have an extremely value-for-money high tea set at just $12.90++.

360 Orchard Road #01-01
International Building Singapore
Nearest Station: Orchard

The Fabulous Baker Boy

The Fabulous Bakery Boy

Located directly opposite Liang Court in The Foothills, The Fabulous Baker Boy is a cosy and homely space with, as the name has suggested, great cakes. They serve home-style cakes like Salted Caramel Chocolate Torte ($8.50), a rich chocolate torte with layers of salted caramel and dark chocolate frosting; Big Lub’s Carrot Cake ($8.50), a modern carrot cake with the addition of cranberry and coconut; and Triple Chocolate Cake ($7) – a delicious and addictive dark chocolate cake.

70 River Valley Road
#01-15 The Foothills
(Opposite Liang Court)
Tel: +65 6694 8336
Nearest Station: Clarke Quay


Tsujiri is one of the most famous green tea shops, and an institution in Kyoto which is known for Japanese tea and matcha desserts. The good news is, we no longer have to fly all the way to Kyoto just to satisfy our cravings. Tsujiri has its first outpost in Singapore at 100AM Shopping Centre. If you have not been, come here for their famous green tea parfait.

100 Tras Street #01-14
Tel +65 6543 6110
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar

Tuxedo Patisserie

Tuxedo Cafe & Patisserie

The next time you are in town and need a venue for meeting your clients, or simply want a nice and quiet spot for coffee and pastries, Tuxedo Cafe & Patisserie at Carlton Hotel Singapore is the place to head to.

The desserts are to die for. Raspberry Chocolate Cake, Strawberry Cheesecake, Hazelnut Crunchy Eclair, Red Velvet Cupcake – just to name a few. The highlight for us is definitely the rich and luxurious Tuxedo Cake made with Valrhona chocolate.

76 Bras Basah Road
Lobby Carlton Hotel Singapore
Tel: +65 6415 7887
Sun to Thu: 7am – 12am
Fri & Sat: 7am – 1 am
Nearest Station: City Hall

Wimbly Lu Cafe

Wimbly Lu

Wimbly Lu is among our favourite places for desserts, and we go there all the time and have, by far, tried all the desserts on the menu. We love the intimate and somewhat rustic atmosphere, and the fact that all the desserts are so reasonably-priced is what had our loyalty earned. While some of the desserts did not impress, the waffle and root beer cake are reasons enough for us to return time and again.

15-2 Jalan Riang
Tel: +65 6289 1489
Mon to Fri 1pm – 10.30pm
Sat: 9am – 11pm
Sun: 9am – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Serangoon

Windowsill Pie

Windowsill in the woods

A cosy cafe at Jalan Besar that focuses on pies and only pies. No cakes, no cupcakes, only sweet pies like strawberry lemon pie, S’mores pie, pecan pie, and even a coconut lime vodka pie.

Tue to Thu: 11am – 9.30pm
Fri: 11am – 10.30pm
Sat: 10am – 10.30pm
Sun: 10am – 9.30pm
Nearest Station: Lavender

2am: Dessert Bar

2am: Dessert Bar is located at the fringe of Holland Village, and it is quite the perfect place for a romantic late night dessert treat. Helmed by Janice Wong, her award-winning artisan desserts are fascinating to say the least.

21A Lorong Liput
Holland Village Singapore
Tel: +65 6291 9727
Nearest Station: Holland Village

Chocolate Lava Cake

3 Inch Sin

3 Inch Sin is a chocolate lava cake specialist, serving freshly baked warm chocolate cakes with different flavours such as orange, mint, peanut butter and lemon. Who else loves their chocolate cakes with oozing hot goodness?

9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-103 Millenia Walk
Tel: +65 6333 4562
Nearest Station: Promenade


Classic cakes at sunset way – marble cheesecake

daily scope also at sunset way! ( ice creams)

TELL ME ABOUT IT! Desserts is and should be the main meal of the day! Haha. I’ve tried all but 3 on your list, and two of them are ones I wanna try the most – Patisserie Glace and Obolo. Then again, PG is pretty near my workplace I think, should go there one day during lunch to dapao desserts. ;)

My fave dessert place – there is no fave cos dessert is eaten accordingly for every mood! Say a fruit tart from Delifrance hits the spot when you want something simple, or a rich chocolate cake from Lana or awfullychoc, or Canele’s strawberry shortcake or matcha cake when you want something light, a Tampopo creampuff when you’re happy to make you even happier…Er, you get the gist right? Right.

Nooo. I don’t like canele.first I don’t know whether the gold paper on the choc cake is edible. 2nd, the blueberry tea taste like pokka bottled tea. Haha. Loves max brenner! The bald man!

Delish! It’s must be a tough decision to choose only 10 out of countless shops ;) In Tokyo, for ex. to eat sweets used to be a girlie activity, but we can now see many boys enjoying in patisseries as they’re called “sweets danshi (boys)”. Glad to be able to share lovely food beyond gender :)

let’s not forget: at 7 Ann Siang Hill – my fave cakes ever!

Mei Hong Yuan at 65-67 Temple Street – this list doesn’t as yet feature our good ole Chinese desserts, and i think they deserve a mention because they are just as wonderful… and nowhere does it better than Mei Hong Yuan!

Hi Brad! I’ll be back home in 10ish days now! Can’t wait to eat, eat, eat my way through Summer! I love this list of places you’ve put up! Definitely going to try all of them! x

estelle: oh ya i heard of classic cakes and their crepes! other than their marble cheesecake, which ones have you tried?

Chelle: HIGH 5! i think we have very common palates! you MUST try Patisserie glace strawberry souffle, it’s the bomb! and yes, tampopo cream puff always make me happier when i am happy! hee have you tried the shortcake at tampopo? i feel it’s even better than the one at canele

ricky: Give canele another chance? they have good macarons too, try the le royale cake

the lacquer spoon: I bet tokyo has even more French and Japanese patisserie, they have a big following there right?

kitsune shoujo: haha kki a bit over-hyped now, i will wait a while. i had the mango ice at Mei Hong Yuan, it’s good stuff : )

meg: Another Kki fan? hahaha ok maybe i will drop by soon

S: YAY! SO FAST? You are finally coming home, lets meet up soon : ))

the matcha cake right at the top- where’s this from? Also, any best recommendations for matcha cakes?

alison: thank you for your kind words! i love both laurent’s and max brenner too! between the both of them, they have the best chocolate souffle in singapore! but it’s not cheap to pay 20 bucks for a dessert :p

vanillasugar: OH NO! i bet you have some leftover goodies in your fridge, go get them now?

incognita: Hello the matcha cake is from patisserie glace! i love the matcha chiffon cake from tampopo, and the matcha cake from Canele : )

Hi! the chocolate souffle from Laurent Bernard didn’t really satisfied me.. their rum raisin souffle is..

I tried Glace as you commented…Wow,Super…must go back.Not enuf!
Thank you for the recommendations.

i do love the Marmalade Pantry’s cupcake selection (despite of the rarity of some kind if you go there for later afternoon tea),
but the service was simply Awful!
it takes literally 10 minutes for my bill to arrive and another 5 minutes for them to bring back my bill..
maybe to go, perhaps..

karen: hahaha i take that as a compliment : )

adithya: yeah maybe they have a busy day. but i guess the cupcakes are worth the wait, otherwise you can always takeaway at Toast (their bakery at Takashimaya)

allthingssweet: I haven tried their desserts before. But it’s such a shame that they do not have any dine in area

for cakes try “one caramel” at bottom of mount sophia near plaza sing… wide selection of cakes and esp their choc praline cake taste nice!

i’ve never read something about someone who shares the exact same feeling as me when it comes to desserts! great, great, photos by the way!

I loved Cakes & desserts just like you and Breakfast too! I love the cakes at Flor Patisserie and Tampopo Deli.
Cakes at Center Ps @ Tiong Bahru is quite good too.

Hey there… i’d tried 5 out of the 10. they were superb in each of their own special menu. staff was very splendid, friendly and ready to answer. but i was so very disappointed with Le Chocolate at Ann Siang. Hey!!! you didn’t mention it in your blog so I guess you tried it before. Staff was not so friendly, didn’t have any knowledge on the desserts and the dessert was not up to the 5 I tried.

Hi! I learned about your blog from my 19year old daughter. I’m quite a newbie in blogging that’s why I enjoy reading great blogs like yours. Eating is one of my passions and I’m a lover of desserts too. Whenever I go abroad, I try out new dining places I have never visited. I’m going to Singapore again by end of August and as early as now, I’m making a shortlist of the places I will be visiting. I might not have the time to try all in your list but can you recommend the top 3 best dessert places? Btw, I beg to disagree about the cupcakes at Marmalade Pantry. I tried their Rose and Limonata but I got disappointed. They were dry. Sonja’s Cupcakes here in Manila are much better. Try it sometime . Thanks.

Ever tried the chocolate fondant at TWG? I have really high expectations of chocolate deserts and this one exceeds all!

why ain’t da paolo’s gastronomia on the list? imo, it’s much better than obolo and definitely value for money.

I found a great online ‘dessert’ place and they’re cakes are cheap and so quintessentially english, it brought back memories of my trip to the UK. Their scones especially are fantastic! I bought a box of about 15 which included cream and jam for only $25. Their website is You should check it out! Definitely worth a try :D

Tampopo deli shop is not at b1 anymore. In fact they open another new store selling their famous cream puffs and other cakes at 117 River Valley Road Liang Court#01-41/42 Singapore 179030 Dulcet & Studio
Go check it out.

The Cheesecake Cafe indeed have the best cheesecake in Singapore. Their cafe have victorian-style decoration adorning the walls. I’m not a big fan of cheesecake, but I can’t resist on their cheesecakes. I love their Peach Jelly cheesecake. Not so cheesy :) Do take note for dine-in, minimum of one order per pax and no photography of premises.

A new dessert that popped up recently at Wisma Lv 2 called ‘Paris Baguette’ has nice cakes and pastries too! Love how light their cake’s cream are! Definitely needs to be up on this list! :)

Hi Brad, you should check out Artesans Sweets (32 Holland Grove Road,Henry Park Apartments). I personally feel that they make the best Macaroons in SG with standard near to Lauduree! (:

hey thank you for your recommendation. I have been finding places to eat dessert and I got it now. I also would like to recommend a place which is located in raffle city B1 called ‘fruit paradise’, the cake they sell range of 7-15 dollars and all of the flavour tarts are really yummy. especial the crust is crunchy yet it wil melt fantastically in your mouth. the cake is also relatively tall and the quality is up for standard. it is worth to try the tiramisu tart and fruit tarts.

it’s killing when I’m not suppose to eat too much sweet stuff. but desserts are very tempting and yummy. looking at these pictures is already a kill.

Bakerzin used to be very good for their cakes (new york cheesecake, strawberry shortcake, tiramisu) but it seems like they’re going down the hill these days.

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Chef Yamashita has left Flor to set up his own cake shop at Tanjong Pagar Plaza. Shop name is Chef Yamashita. The cakes are simply out of this world, but it seems no one knows of his new shop.

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