10 Best Dessert Spots in Singapore for your Sugar fix

Sugar Galore!

By Srika Nambiar

July 10 2019

Let’s be real - who doesn’t love dessert? Biting into a slice of cake after a meal, or indulging in ice-cream after a bad day or simply craving a dessert, is something all of us experience! Along with many other delicious food outlets in Singapore, this tiny island is also filled with hidden gems that arguably have some of the best desserts in the country, each served with a unique twist and taste of comfort and home.

STYLEGUIDE has curated a list of the top ten dessert spots in Singapore, so the next time you head out for some dessert, you know where to go!

Sunday Folks

 

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Sunday Folks is probably best known for their handmade desserts, which is why it’s the best place to fix your sugar craving. Sunday Folks is best known for its cakes and waffles with soft-serve ice cream, which is also made in-house. The flavors include Dark Chocolate, Summer Strawberries, Sea Salt Gula Melaka, Earl Grey Lavender, Roasted Pistachio and Madagascar Vanilla. The waffles are also topped with fruits, maple syrup and hazelnut sauce to complete the dish!

Location & Timings:

Address: 44 Jalan Merah Saga, Chip Bee Gardens #01-52, Singapore 278116
Tel: +65 6479 9166
Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday : 1.00pm – 10pm; Saturday & Sunday : 12noon – 10pm.
Closed on Mondays

Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee

 

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Creamier’s first branch (now closed) was one of Tao Payoh’s hidden gems, but don’t worry, they still have a branch in Tiong Bahru and Gillman Barracks! What sets Creamier apart from the rest is their unique and local ice-cream flavors like Thai Milk Tea. It’s the perfect spot if you’re craving ice-cream but with a local twist!

Location & Timings:

Tiong Bahru, 78 Yong Siak St, #01-18, Singapore 163078

Tue – Thu- 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Fri-12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Sat-11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Sun-11:00 am – 10:00 pm

Closed on Mondays

Gillman Barracks, 5a Lock Road, Singapore 108927

Tue-Thu: 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fri – Sat: 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Sun: 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Closed on Mondays

KOOK creamery

 

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Kook Creamery’s signature dish is a scoop of ice-cream on top of molten cookies. Yes, it tastes as delicious as it sounds. Their ice-cream flavors are as unique as the taste of their signature dish, and interesting flavors include Brown butter and Lemon curd! The combination of a chilly ice-cream with a warm and molten cookie is a testament to the fact that the best things in life are truly simple!

Location & Timings:

KOOKS Creamery – Serangoon
Blk 211, Serangoon Avenue 4, #01-02, Singapore 550211
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Tue – Thu, Sun), 12pm – 11pm (Fri – Sat), Closed Mon

KOOKS Creamery – The Cathay
2 Handy Road, #01-06, The Cathay, Singapore 229233
Tel: +65 9006 8748
Opening hours: 12pm – 10pm Daily

Bangkok Jam

 

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Aside from their delicious and authentic Thai food, Bangkok Jam is also the perfect spot for Thai-inspired desserts. Their top desserts include the Fried Prata, which is a deep-fried roti Prata, that is filled with green milk tea sauce and the Thai Milk Tea crepe cake, which is a crepe cake with a Thai Milk tea filling, making it the perfect Thai dessert. The best thing about these desserts is that they aren’t overpoweringly sweet, which is good for those without a sweet tooth as well.

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2am: dessertbar

 

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The 2am: dessertbar is the perfect place for when you have those midnight-cravings. Why? Well, because it’s open until 2 am! Founded by Janice Wong, A celebrity pastry chef, 2am: dessertbar is a fine-dining restaurant but with a niche for desserts. Their top desserts include the apple tart, the Brie Gorgonzola Cheesecake, which is made using brie cheese and gorgonzola cheese and topped with a delicious soy ice cream to add on to the sweetness of the dessert. The Monkey Shoulder Whisky Hot Chocolate with Churros is a unique take on hot-chocolate and churros. The combination of the liquor laced drink and churros gives the dessert a comforting taste.

Location & Timings:

21a Lorong Liput
Holland Village
Singapore 277733
tue - fri: 3pm to 2am
sat - sun: 2pm to 2am
mon: closed

Eggs n’ Things

 

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Hawaiian based Eggs n’ Things finally opened a branch in Singapore, and it’s been garnering significant attention since it’s started! Aside from their fantastic brunch dishes, they’re also known for their freshly made Pancakes and waffles, which are topped with fresh fruits and copious amounts of fresh and light whipped cream. You also have a choice of sauces to choose from like Strawberry to complete your dessert. The fresh whipped cream is light and creamy, and balances the sweetness of the pancake and crunchiness of the strawberries, making it worth every bite!

Location & Timings:
Plaza Singapura 68 Orchard Road, #03-79/83 Singapore 238839 (Dhoby Ghaut MRT)
Tel: +65 6835 9988
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun: 10am – 10pm, 

All things delicious

 

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Arab Street is probably best known for its Mediterranean food, but little did you know that it’s also known for its desserts! For starters, their cakes and brownies are definitely not to be missed! The Gula Melaka cake is one of their popular cakes, which is moist, perfectly balanced and still maintains the local flavor of Gula Melaka. Their Carrot Cake is also a popular choice which is moist and has a tinge of cinnamon making the cake rich in flavor.

Location & Timings: 

34 Arab Street 01-01, Singapore 199733
10.00am till 9.00pm Tuesdays til Sundays
Closed on Mondays

Awfully Chocolate

 

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No dessert list is complete without mentioning Awfully chocolate, the mecca for all chocolate lovers! Founded in 1998, Awfully chocolate still remains the go-to place for all chocolate lovers, as it rightfully should! Their best-sellers include the all chocolate cake and chocolate banana cake. The former is moist, creamy and topped with a sticky chocolate layer, making the cake more indulgent. The latter is the perfect marriage between chocolate and banana, and the fresh flavors make the cake more enjoyable with every approaching bite.

Locations & Timings:

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Cake Spade

 

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Cake Spade is perfect for cake lovers! Their top dishes include the Strawberry Tofu Cheesecake which is rich and fresh and brings out the texture of tofu beautifully. It’s definitely a reason to return here! Another favorite is the Hummingbird Cake, which is a unique flavor if you ask us! The cake is filled with a moist layer of banana and pineapple, and topped with coconut, which makes it the perfect dessert for a tropical island like Singapore!

Location & Timings:
83 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088504
Opening Hours: 12:00pm – 9:30pm (Mon-Thurs), 12:00pm – 10:30pm (Fri-Sat). 

Closed on Sundays

PS Café

 

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PS Café deserves a feature in our dessert place for one reason-their sticky date pudding. In all honesty, their desserts deserve an article of their own, but let’s start off by talking about their homemade cakes! PS Café’s innovative dessert menu is worth every bite! The sticky date pudding is light and fluffy, but when topped with ice-cream and a sticky-toffee sauce, it combines to create a flavor like none other! Another lovely dessert is the flourless orange cake, which is topped with a delicious butterscotch sauce, that blends brilliantly with the citrus flavor of the cake. Not too overpowering and fulfills every sugar craving!

Location & Timings:

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