Dessert parlours that open till late are life-savers. Not only are they great for satisfying that midnight sugar craving, they also serve a myriad of sweet treats to brighten your evening after an exhausting day at work. Looking for a place to hang out with your mates after dinner but not up for a beer? You cannot go wrong with a dessert spot.
Sure, we may not be lacking in choices when it comes to dessert places in Singapore but where can you head to when the clock strikes midnight? This is where our list comes in handy for all the dessert lovers—it covers all sorts of desserts from ice cream to shaved ice bowls and even the Korean bingsu.
Here are 10 Dessert Parlours In Singapore To Satisfy Your Night Time Sweet Tooth. READ ON
Dessert lovers in Singapore are truly spoiled for choice, especially with the vast array of dessert joints available. And as if we did not have enough ice cream parlours and dessert cafes, here we introduce FroRoll, a quirky new dessert cafe that recently opened up at The Venue Shoppes along Tai Thong Crescent in Potong Pasir.
FroRoll is an artisanal ice cream dessert cafe that aims to bring a refreshing twist to traditional ice cream desserts. They offer a smorgasbord of elaborate and whimsical desserts, reminiscent of something out of a Tim Burton film.
Singapore is home to many dessert monsters and this craze for desserts has led to a spike in dessert places in Singapore over the last decade. Ranging from the ever popular chocolate waffles to the trending Korean Bingsu, Somerset is one area in Orchard Road, Singapore that boasts a whole slew of dessert options.
Just in that area alone, we managed to suss out dessert places housed in both proper dessert cafes and/or served in food kiosks. No matter what kind of sweet indulgence or experience you are looking for, you should find it in this guide.
Here is A Sweet Tooth’s Guide To 24 Dessert Places In Somerset. READ ON
The average cost of a mille crêpe in Singapore costs S$7.79 and we have based that estimated calculation across 15 different cafes.
Recently, we discovered the cheapest mille crêpe in town and it is being sold at a newly opened dessert parlour called Hasu Confections. A slice of Mille Crêpe here starts from S$6—almost half of what you would pay at popular establishments such as Lady M and Henri Charpentier!
We love strawberry shortcakes so much that we do not mind eating a slice every single day.
The pillowy sponge cake – alternated with layers of luscious whipped cream and juicy strawberries – makes a wonderful treat at any time of the day. The very first strawberry shortcake was created in Europe back in the 1500′s and today, the classic dessert has evolved tremendously. We now see countless of interpretations across the world.
From Henri Charpentier, Lady M Confections to The Queen’s Cats, here is our Guide to The Best Strawberry Shortcakes in Singapore that are worth the calories.
If you were a #90skid, Mini Melts is probably a name you are familiar with. Known for their adorable, molecular ice cream, the brand has just recently returned to Singapore after being gone for years.
The kaleidoscopic ice cream isn’t just cute, it’s also super Instagram-worthy. Some of the flavours currently available include Double Chocolate, Rainbow Ice, Cookies & Cream, Cotton Candy, Cheesecake and Strawberry Milk, all of which come in rainbow, pastel hues.
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With all the colourful desserts and treats floating around social media, yet another one has joined the gang – galaxy donuts.
Yes, these crazily beautiful donuts are real and they are now available in Singapore. Created by the owner of popular Halal-certified cafe, The Lab SG, these galaxy donuts will be sold exclusively at Sinseh: The Grocery – just a few doors down from the cafe itself.
Also, these donuts can be customised to your preference! If you have specific colours or styles that you want, just walk into Sinseh: The Grocery during its opening hours to place your orders.
There was a point in time when someone thought to put desserts inside flower pots, crush cookies or Oreo biscuits into bits to use as ‘soil’, and stick an artificial plant or flower on it because it looks pretty cool.
Granted, we were amused and delighted when we had our first “flower pot dessert”.
With cafes and restaurant following suit on this trend, we went on a mission to hunt down the best ones in Singapore. Some places squish cakes inside their pots, some simply use cream or other fillings; they are really pretty varied.
Nevertheless, these 5 Flower Pot Desserts in Singapore to Try have proven to us that they not only look good, but they have a taste that supersedes its slightly gimmicky physical shell.