Where to buy Rainbow Cakes in Singapore

Dean & Deluca Rainbow Cake

The rainbow cake is a brilliant creation with multi-coloured layers, and if there was a beauty pageant for cakes, the rainbow cake would win hands-down.

Whether you like it or not, this is one cake that will steal the show at a party or draw the crowd to a cafe. We have a simple and easy rainbow cake recipe for those who want to try baking it at home. But for the rest of us who are more talented at eating than baking, here is a list of cafes that serve rainbow cake in Singapore.


DEAN & DELUCA


One of the top sellers at Dean & Deluca is its Rainbow Cake (S$9). The pastry chef uses six different fruit extracts – strawberry, orange, lemon, green apple, blueberry and grape – to give the cake its brilliant rainbow colours.

#04-23/24 Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road
Tel: +65 6509 7708
Mon to Fri: 11am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 10am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Somerset


LE CHOCOLAT CAFE


This pretty white cafe at The Club Hotel at Ann Siang Hill serves quite possibly one of the prettiest renditions of the rainbow cake (S$7++), with chocolate sauce dripping all over the colourful cake.

The Club Hotel, 28 Ann Siang Hill
Tel: +65 6808 2184
Daily: 7am – 8pm
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar

Lynn's Cake Rainbow


LYNN’S CAKES & COFFEE


Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee at Eng Kong Terrace – just a few units down from Necessary Provisions – is a nice dessert 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 the gorgeous rainbow cake that are freshly baked on-site.

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

Medz Rainbow Cake


MEDZS


Much has been said about how MEDZS has a similar concept to Marche, but if we could only mention one differentiation, it would be the sliced rainbow cake (S$6.90++) from the dessert section.

#01-46/47/55/56, Millenia Walk
9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: +65 6337 7507
Sun to Thu: 11.30am – 12 midnight
Fri & Sat: 11.30am – 1am
Nearest Station: Promenade

Salted caramel rainbow cake


NOM BISTRO & BAKERY


Sick of the usual rainbow cakes? Head to Nom Bistro & Bakery at Macpherson Community Club. It offers three different versions of the rainbow cake (S$7.90) – salted caramel buttercream, chocolate ganache, and oreo buttercream.

Level 1, Macpherson Community Club
400 Paya Lebar Way
Tel: +65 6747 3839
Daily: 11am – 11pm
Nearest Station: Macpherson/Paya Lebar

Rainbow Cake Singapore


THE COFFEE DAILY


The Coffee Daily is well-loved for several reasons: the cafe serves a pretty good cup of coffee, the staff are always friendly and welcoming, a cosy spot to chill out with friends, and it also serves a variety of desserts, including the highly popular rainbow cake (S$10 Nett).

If you are planning to go there, do note that the rainbow cake usually sells out as early as 3pm, so do give them a call to check on the availability before heading down.

75 Brighton Crescent
Tel: +65 6284 8894
Mon to Thu: 12pm – 10.30pm
Fri: 12pm – 11.30pm
Sat: 9.30am – 11.30pm
Sun: 9.30am – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Serangoon

W39 Rainbow Cake


W39 BISTRO & BAKERY


W39 Bistro & Bakery has only been around for a short while, but despite its rather inaccessible location, it has won themselves a loyal following among people staying in the west of Singapore. With pretty cakes, decent coffee, free wifi, and a variety of good magazines, it is not difficult to understand why its popularity. Among its selection of cakes, the show-stopper is definitely the rainbow cake. If you need any more convincing to travel all the way to West Coast, W39 Bistro has a value-for-money afternoon tea set – order any 2 cakes and 2 drinks for S$19 (available from Tue to Fri 3pm – 6pm).

39 Jalan Mas Puteh
Off West Coast Road
Tel: +65 9646 5372
Tue to Fri: 11am – 10pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 9am – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Clementi


Also read our recipe on how to make a rainbow cake.


27 COMMENTS

Are you saying the rainbow cake takes the cake? I’m sorry, I just had to, haha! Thanks for the good works!

Hello Brad

You might wanna add in the au naturale rainbow cake from The Garden Slug at Telok Kurau. They only use natural dyes such as green tea & beetroot to achieve the colors. I’ve not tried it myself, but my sister has tried it thrice!

Cheers,
Lauretta

Dean n Deluca (Orchard Central) also sells Rainbow Cake topped with white icing. It’s moist and has a slight berry flavor that makes it equally pleasing to the palate as to the eyes. They introduced it a few months ago and it’s now my new favourite after their Red Velvet Cake.

Hi, I’m a great fan of desserts and rainbow cakes. After trying majority of the rainbow cakes in Singapore, I’m recommending La Petite Artisan Rainbow Cakes! It beat them all hands down with even a better option to be able to customised rainbow cakes without even using fondant!… Even my friend who don’t like eating cakes loved my son’s birthday cake to bits! Their vanilla bean mousse rainbow is the best vanilla cake I have ever tasted… And all my mummies friends are their fans now!

Worth trying out but you need to book early as they are always fully booked. Here’s their facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/lapetiteartisan

La petite! YES!

I got my 21st birthday Cake from them too. All wiped out even I orders extra. Their pudding glaze customize Cake is just SOOOO awesome as I’m not a fondant fan! Must try!

I just want to drop a note to sherlle and zunnie to thank you for the recommendation. I was soucing for cakes and decided to try the recommendation. And truly enough i was really impress with La Petite Cakes. My birthday cake was AWESOME! everything i asked for. the taste and looks. I tried so many customised cake and definately the best. I love the pudding glaze too.
Not even a single regret. Even the service i got was so personlised and warm.i have to admit i’m a diffcult customer.

Only thing was the reposnse time was a little slow due to their heavy schedule (Must book early)but definately worth the wait.

Thumbs Up!or even ALL FINGERS & TOES UP!

Yes to Lowercase’s rainbow cakes! They’re light, they’re not dry and also they’re not too sweet either :D really good!

Maison Ikkoku has the nicest most velvety Rainbow Cake! And it has all 7 colours too.

Thanks for the recommendations =) Was at The Coffee Daily and tried their iced peppermint mocha and rainbow cake.
Nice drink and rainbow cake was pretty, not too sweet and heavy. Great place to chill. They serve free flow gem biscuits to munch too.

You should to try the rainbow cake at Dean & DeLuca. It has nice combinations of fruits fragrance… Love that flavour that infuse your palate. Yummmmmmm

Another place to try out for rainbow cakes is at NOM – Bistro & Bakery, located at Macpherson Community Centre, Level 1. They serve pretty unique flavours like Salted Caramel Rainbow Cake, Oreo Rainbow Cake and Chocolate Rainbow Cake. Pocket-friendly too, with no GST & Service Charge. Definitely tastes as good as it looks! :)

Has anyone mention the rainbow cake at Au Chocolat at MBS? Level of sweetness is just nice but price is at the steep side – $13 a slice :(

A colleague recommended I AM Cafe at Haji Lane…

NOM has rainbow cakes too, and in three different flavours. Salted Caramel, Chocolate, and Oreo. It’s not too sweet and the icing is delicious. You get to see the pastry chef at work through the glass-windowed baking station too =)

NOM’s rainbow cake are awesome n wholesome! Not too sweet for peeps who don’t need a surge of sugary rush but gives a sense of comfort when the buttery sponge melt in your month with a burst of the chocolate ganache or the salted caramel. Heaven!

I tried NOM yesterday. I find their rainbow cake ordinary. A bit dry, and like other normal cakes. Salted caramel was sold out seconds before I wanted to place my order. Oreo rainbow cake didn’t have any lasting impression on me. But I definitely don’t fancy the chocolate rainbow. But other than that NOM serves other tasty treats like beer battered fish and chips and over-priced pizzas. But this cafe is worth a try and complete your meal with their rainbow cakes.:)

Sunday night, I brought my kids to I Am cafe again. We had been there 2 times prior last night. This time we ordered their rainbow cake(3rd time I’m ordering within this month!), red velvet and salted caramel. I am’s rainbow cake is a huge portion and a pretty sight for $8.90. But their red velvet and salted caramel taste much better than their rainbow cake.

Agreed. dun go coffee daily…. the serving of the rainbow cake serving in diff size. & riddic price of $10..packed in a box.
Well me & my husband went once.. my husband says nothing special & cost $10 for a small piece is totally NOT Worth. He doesn’t even wanna go again…

I over craze on the Rainbow cake..
If u looking for it..
Must try (The Bakery Chef) located at 161 Bukit Merah Central #01-3711.
THE BEST RAINBOW CAKE I HAD SO FAR & their price are reasonable too, despite their effort was beautifully done & taste was fantastic deliriously!

Sun Ray Cafe next door to Coffee Daily also does rainbow cake. It’s been very dry lately (served with buttercream), but the cafe is dog-friendly.

I would give my vote to w39 bistro rainbow cake,as their cake’s cream frosting is made of lemon which I found it not too “jelak” after eating.I don’t like lynn’s cakes which I found too “jelak” after eating a few mouth.sorry if I have offended anybody,:-(

Attended a friend’s birthday party at hougang recently and they had ordered a natural rainbow cake from (i think) a website called dough empire. it was truly delectable. Had a light fruity taste and frosting of yogurt cream cheese (no buttercream) which we all lapped up.

The best i’ve had so far and i’m not even a cake fan. Two thumbs up.

Iam cafe at Haji lane sells really awesome rainbow cake (7 layers) and crepe too! Worth to add it into this list!

Like VI I like The Bakery Chef’s rainbow cake! It’s not too sweet & neither is it dry. the best part is the price is not too ridiculous & it’s near to my home! I haven’t tried many rainbow cake around our little island but I do have a vague idea of what I would consider the ideal rainbow cake.

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