Best Chocolate Lava Cakes in Singapore

Warm Chocolate Lava Cake

This guide to the best chocolate lava cakes in Singapore was last updated on 1 July 2014.

Molten chocolate cake, warm chocolate cake, hot chocolate fondant, chocolate lava cake – call it whatever you want, a warm molten chocolate lava cake with a scoop of ice cream is immensely satisfying, and a must-order whenever we see it on the menu.

Here is a guide to the best chocolate lava cakes in Singapore.


Bakerzin


Bakerzin’s signature Warm Chocolate Cake ($11.50), served with homemade vanilla ice cream and fresh berries, definitely deserves a mention. It is one of my favourites because it is consistently good and has never let me down.

290 Orchard Road
#02-09/K1 Paragon
Singapore 238859
Tel: +65 6333 6647
Daily: 10am – 11pm


Chocolate Origin


The chocolate lava cake from Chocolate Origin is decent, but not extraordinary. However, there’s really nothing to complain about when it is only $5. It is worth a try if you want a quick fix in town.

313 Orchard Road
#B3-10A 313 @ Somerset
Singapore 238895
Tel: +65 6884 4019
Daily: 10am – 9.30pm

Chili Chocolate Lava Cake


Chili’s


Only two words to describe Chili’s Molten Chocolate Cake ($15) – gigantic and satisfying. If you love chocolate lava cake, you must try the one from Chili’s.

163 Tanglin Road
#02-23 Tanglin Mall
Singapore 247933
Tel: +65 6733 3317


Ember Restaurant


It is not a secret that Ember at boutique hotel 1929 has one of the best set lunches in Singapore. But what many do not know is the restaurant also does a very good Chocolate Molten Cake ($14).

50 Keong Saik Road
Hotel 1929
Singapore 089158
Tel: +65 6347 1928
Nearest Station: Outram

La Cantina Chocolate Lava Cake


La Cantina


The only reason why I will travel across Singapore and go all the way to Changi for a meal is La Cantina’s Chocolate Lava Cake ($9.50) — after my must-have linguine al granchio, of course. This should speak volume of its place in my heart.

1 Netheravon Road
#08/09-02 Changi Village Hotel, Singapore 508502
Tel: +65 6546 9190
Mon to Fri: 11am – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm
Sat & Sun: 11am – 11pm

Max Brenner Souffle


Max Brenner


What else do we need to say? The picture above tells it all. Max Brenner’s Chocolate Souffle ($16) is sinful, and so damn good. Definitely one of the best in town.

8 Raffles Avenue
#01-06/08 Esplanade Mall, Singapore 038981
Tel: +65 6235 9556
Sun to Thu: 10am- 10.30pm
Fri to Sat: 10am – 11.30pm

Chocolate & Praline fondant


mezza9


mezza9 has a slew of delicious desserts – such as banana & nutella crepe (S$15), stone fruit tart (S$17), and pink lady apple tart (S$17) – but our favourite is definitely the Chocolate & Praline Fondant, which comes with a scoop of caramel ice cream.

Grand Hyatt Singapore
10 Scotts Road
Mezzanine Level
Tel: +65 6730 7188
Nearest Station: Orchard

Morton's Hot Chocolate Cake


Morton’s Steakhouse


At $30, Morton’s legendary Hot Chocolate Cake is not cheap. And of course, many people will be put off by the price. Is it really worth paying $30++ for a chocolate lava cake? As compared to most places that only charge $15 tops, it sets all wondering if in direct proportion, is Morton’s rendition truly twice as good?

I wonder too, and while there may be many that I have tried to date, Morton’s version is, hands up (pun intended), one of the best, if not the best chocolate lava cake you can get in Singapore.

Yes, you heard me right. Hall of fame standards. It is that good.

5 Raffles Avenue
4F Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Singapore 039797
Tel: +65 6339 3740
Mon to Sat: 5.30pm – 11 pm
Sun: 5pm – 10pm

Chocolate Soup


Osia


Over at Osia Resorts World Sentosa, they serve a slightly different rendition in the form of a soup. Yes, that’s right, a chocolate soup.

Osia’s Hot Chocolate Soup ($22) is one of the signature items on the menu. For regulars, it is a must-order dessert to end the meal, while I know of many new customers come to Osia just to try this.

8 Sentosa Gateway
Level 2 Crockfords Tower
Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 098269
Tel: +65 6577 6560
Sun to Wed: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm
Thu to Sat: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10.30pm

White truffle chocolate lava cake


Quayside Fish Bar


Quayside Fish Bar is one of our to-go places for good quality seafood in Singapore. Besides daily fresh imports of wild-caught seafood and fish from different parts of the world, Quayside Fish bar also serves excellent desserts.

In particular, we love their White Truffle flavoured Chocolate Lava Cake (S$12). What makes the chocolate lava cake here different from the rest is that it is lightly drizzled with truffle oil, giving it a distinctive and pleasing scent.

31 Ocean Way #01-11
Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove
Tel: +65 6268 8633
Tue: 9am – 12 midnight
Wed & Thu: 12pm – 12 midnight
Fri: 12pm – 1am
Sat: 9am – 1am
Sun: 9am – 12 midnight
Nearest Station: Harbourfront

Dark Chocolate Lava


Relish by Wild Rocket


Relish’s Dark Lava Chocolate Gateau ($12.80) – which comes with flambe banana and vanilla ice cream – always hits the spot.

1 Maju Avenue
#02-07/09 myVillage at Serangoon Garden
Tel: +65 6634 3422

Nearest Station: Seragoon/Lorong Chuan

TCC Chocolate Cake


The Connoisseur Concerto


This may come as a surprise to some, but The Connoisseur Concerto does a very good Dark Chocolate Cake ($11). In fact, I’d go so far as to say that it is among my top 5 chocolate lava cake in Singapore. If you are a regular, be sure to try it next time.

3E River Valley Road, #01-01
Clarke Quay Singapore 179024
Tel: +65 6336 1121
Fri, Sat & Eve of PH: 11am – 4am
Sun to Thu & PH: 11am – 12midnight


Wimbly Lu


Wimbly Lu is one of my new favourite places for desserts. They have an impressive selection – such as the popular waffles and root beer float cake – but what I will go back for again and again is their Molten Lava Cake ($6).

15-2 Jalan Riang
Singapore 358987
Tel: +65 6289 1489
Tue to Fri: 12pm – 11.30pm
Sat to Sun: 9am – 11pm

Chocolate Lava Cake


Wooloomooloo Steakhouse


To me, Wooloomooloo Steakhouse’s Hot Chocolate Cake ($25), also known as the sore-throat inducing dessert, is one of the top 5 chocolate lava cake in Singapore. It is pricey for a dessert, but trust me, it’s worth every cent.

2 Stamford Road
Level 3 Swissotel the Stamford
Singapore 178882
Tel: +65 6338 0261
Daily: 12pm– 11pm

3 inch sin lava cake


3 Inch Sin


The chocolate lava cake specialist, 3 Inch Sin started with a small shop at Cluny Court and they have since shifted to a more convenient location at Millenia Walk. With many different flavours – orange, coffee and mint – to choose from, there’s something for everyone. Add a scoop of cold French vanilla bean ice cream ($3.50) to 3 Inch Sin’s freshly-baked Warm Chocolate Cake ($6.50). The result? A taste of heaven.

9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-103 Millenia Walk
Singapore  039596
Tel: +65 6333 4562
Daily: 11.30am – 9.30pm
Nearest Station: Promenade

19 COMMENTS

What about smoulder? Its a new place that has lava cakes in every flavor from white chocolate raspberry to lemon. You can take them home and heat them up in your own microwave to get them good and gooey. I’ve not tried it yet but its on my food agenda!

Also, my favorites from this list are Max Brenner (of course) and 3 inch sin. I could live on 3 inch sin lava cakes, especially the white chocolate and hazelnut ones. However, I find the Chillis lava cake a little too cloying. I felt sick after eating it because it was too sweet. And for me, that’s saying a lot because I can live on sweet things alone! :p

Wow that’s some list to check out thanks a mil! :) I can’t boast to have even tried half from the list, but out of those that I did try I like Jewel’s the best! Max’s is pretty good but I like how Jewel’s was definitely more dark chocolate-y. Bakerzin’s and Laurent’s both failed me because they weren’t hot

La Maison Fatien one is pretty good too! ANd the best I think is made by myself…tsk tsk tsk…’cause way cheaper for using higher chocolate percentage…Bakerzin is really good for their souffle :)

@ Lavacakelover: Yes, Smoulder has pretty good lava cake too. I’ve tried it a few times, and it’s of course best when fresh. Pretty good value for money, for peeps who’re on a budget, but looking for good lava cake.

Just tried the Lava Cakes from Smoulders at Raffles City, lots of flavours to choose from, definitely a thumbs-up for lava cakes!!

Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill have the best lava cake. They are located at 91 Tanglin Road, #B1-01 which is the best lava cake in town. Runny and ozzing chocolate yummy.

One good “budget” alternative is the Chocolate Lava Cake ($6.80 on its own, $4.80 when ordered as a dessert with any main meal purchase) from Domino’s Pizza. For a fast food restaurant, the chocolate lava cake is comparable to those found at TCC and Max Brenner’s. Top it up with your own ice-cream, and you’ve got a dessert you’d smile about afterwards.

chocolate lava cake from wine connection at robertson quay is also really good! Only at $6, that quality of lava cake is totally worth it! Much better than the Chocolate origin and the one from NYDC that costs ard $10.50 if I remember correctly.

You MUST try the chocolate lava at North Border Bar & Grill, at 2, Rochester Park. It comes with vanilla ice cream, which you could add their very delicious chilli, and or, their Bailey’s ice cream. Excellent dessert!

Poppies at East Coast has the best imho. My son who’s really picky about his food, let alone desserts, loves it. If it can pass my son’s taste buds, it is definitely good.

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