Who doesn’t love desserts? They are visually appealing, delicious, and a crowd-pleaser.
The local café trend in recent years has led to the emergence of many new dessert places (much to our delight!), but many of them are repetitive with conventional offerings on their menu and a similar interior decor. With that in mind, we are here to spare you the disappointment!
Here’s a list of unique dessert cafes in Singapore to go to for an unforgettable experience! Now you have one more reason to indulge in your guilty pleasures.
- Santa’s Igloo
Instead for paying for the food, pay for the time. A relatively new concept in Singapore’s café scene, Santa’s Igloo at SCAPE is a cozy venue for you to work, play, meet new people and relax, charging a rate of $10+ for the first hour and $2.50 for every subsequent 15 mins. Its highlight is the ice cream buffet, with a top up of $9/h. However, aside from that, you’d also get free-flow fondue, beverages, popcorn, and access to free wifi, board games, arcade games, foosball, a pool table, darts, and more. (Discover More)
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Antoinette, named after the last queen of France, is a lavish and elegant Parisian-styled café with outlets at Penhas Road, Mandarin Gallery and Sofitel So Singapore. A dining experience here is definitely an unforgettable one, with its romantic ambience, ornate interior and exquisite plated desserts. It has recently added salted egg yolk croissant to its menu at $6.50+. (Discover More)
- Wimbly Lu
Dessert lovers, you should already know about this one and if you haven’t, be prepared to fall in love. Situated at Jalan Riang, Wimbly Lu is a gorgeous café famous for its waffles and chocolate desserts. It offers a wide selection of chocolate desserts including chocolate truffles, nutella chocolate pie, and double chocolate cheesecake. In addition, Wimbly Lu serves all-day dining and icecream. (Discover More)
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- Carpenter and Cook
Combining their love for vintage furniture and love for baking, the all-female team behind Carpenter and Cook serves freshly-baked treats within their quaint space at Lorong Kilat Road. It is an artisan bakery café and a vintage home store, a unique combination that works perfectly for Carpenter and Cook. Some must-try desserts on its menu are the salted caramel chocolate tart and passion fruit meringue tart! (Discover More)
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- Regroup X Scoop Therapy
Regroup x Scoop Therapy is a duel café and ice cream bar concept found along Kim Keat Road. The ice cream bar offers 18 flavours each day, including quirky and unusual flavours such as Maple Bacon, Burnt Caramel, Butter Beer at $4 per scoop. (Discover More)
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- The Muffinry Bakery and Cafe
Located in a shophouse along Telok Ayer Street, The Muffinry serves freshly-baked muffins using only the freshest ingredients without preservatives or artificial flavouring. Aside from muffins, they also offer other sweet treats such as tarts, cakes, scones, homemade granola and cookies! All of the baked goodies they sell are only available at The Muffinry, as the recipes used are their very own. (Discover More)
- The Fabulous Baker Boy
The Fabulous Baker Boy is a bakery café situated on River Valley Road (opposite Clarke Quay). It is a walking distance away from Clarke Quay MRT although first-time visitors may have some difficulties locating the café as it is tucked away at the foothills of Fort Canning Park. Opened by Chef Juwanda Hashim, The Fabulous Baker Boy has a total of 26 cake flavours for you to choose from, from the common red velvet to more unique flavours such as the Humming Bird (banana, pineapple and pecan cake with vanilla cream cheese). (Discover More)
- 2am: dessertbar
Owned by Chef Janice Wong, 2am:dessertbar is an upscale dessert restaurant tucked away in Holland Village, offering a fine dining experience. If you are looking for something different, this is the place to go! Its décor is chic and modern, and its dessert creations are known for being ingenious and different. (Discover More)
- Bonheur Patisserie
In French, ‘Bonheur’ means Happiness while ‘Patisserie’ means Confectionery. Dedicated in bringing you smiles, Bonheur Patisserie has outlets at Pasarbella (The Grandstand) and Raffles City. The bakery specializes in customized macarons, and has a total of 25 flavours for you to choose from. Some of its best selling flavours are dark chocolate, seasalt gula Melaka and salted caramel. (Discover More)
- Mad About Sucre
Located at Teo Hong Road, Mad About Sucre places a strong emphasis on the quality of their cakes. Using organic flour and only natural ingredients, they put in great effort in baking every cake from scratch. Recommended by many as one of the best patisseries in Singapore, this is one place you should check out! (Discover More)
Founded in 1903, Angelina has established itself as the go-to place among the Parisian aristocracy, attracting well-known customers such as Coco Chanel. This reputable and established tearoom has finally reached Singapore at Capitol Piazza. Be prepared to be immersed in the lifestyle of a French nobility with Angelina’s charming and beautiful interior and its perfect pastries. (Discover More)
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