Favourite Dessert Places in Singapore
Most people know how desserts complete my meals (and sometimes me) so here’s a list of dessert places that I really like in Singapore! 🤗 They are in no particular order because I have different cravings from time to time.
1. Sunday Folks
I really love Sunday Folk’s waffles and ice cream ($10.70). Especially the pistachio flavoured soft serve. Plus their waffles are crispy on the outside (most of the time) so that makes me happy too!
Address: 44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-52 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278116
Opening hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 1-10pm, Friday & Saturday: 12-11pm, Sunday: 12-10pm
2. Creamery Ice Cream Boutique
I love lava cookies and this place has really good lava cookies with ice cream ($8.90)! This cafe is originally from Bangkok and they have a variety of ice cream flavours that rotate quite often too! I've only been here 3 times but I was remembered on my third when I was greeted with "Welcome Back", awww that's so nice!
This is the salted egg flavour and they have toppings that come together with the ice cream flavour you choose. The butterscotch ice cream came with cheese bits and it was so good 😍
Address: 139 Tyrwhitt Road #01-03, Singapore 207557
Opening hours: 12.30pm-10pm on Sundays to Wednesdays, closed on Thursdays, 12.30pm-10.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays
3. Les Patisseries
This is a good supper place because they close at 1am on weekends! They have pretty good waffles and ice cream. The waffles in the picture above are the Waffles Isaphan ($15.90), raspberry, rose and lychee flavours, and the Thai Milk Tea and Earl Grey Waffle ($15.90)
Hojicha pancake ($17)! This is only available on their brunch menu and it’s pretty good! It should be shared though, it’s quite rich in terms of taste. I expected lava (not sure why) though but there wasn’t any.
Address: 222 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574354
Opening hours: Mondays-Fridays: 11am-11.30pm, Saturday: 9am-1.30am, Sunday: 9am-11.30pm
They have many flavours but I love their genmaicha soft serve. Probably because I generally like genmaicha the most out of the different green tea varieties! Sadly it’s a seasonal flavour though! They have 2 outlets and each sells different things so it'll be good to check out their Instagram and Facebook Page @matchayasg beforehand! :)
Matchaya Icon Village
Address: #01-72, 12 Gopeng Street, Singapore 078877
Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 12:00PM - 8:00PM
Matchaya The Cathay
Address: #01-08, 2 Handy Road, Singapore 229233
Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 1:00PM-10:00PM, Friday-Saturday 1:00PM-10:30PM
5. Tiong Bahru Galicier
Can kueh be a dessert? Hahah. I especially love their putu ayu but it’s so evasive that you can only get them at lunchtime or at 5pm and it gets sold out really quickly when it’s released!
Their ondeh ondeh is really good too, they burst in your mouth the moment you bite into them!
Address: Blk 55 Tiong Bahru Rd, #01-39, Singapore160055
Opening hours: 10am-8.30pm
6. Zhen Jie Desserts from Amoy Street Food Centre
I really love tangyuan and I find it difficult to find good ones in Singapore! This isn’t the traditional black sesame/peanut types but the gula melaka was a nice surprise!
Address: Amoy Street Food Centre, #02-313, 7 Maxwell Rd, Singapore 069111
Opening hours: Mondays-Fridays: 10am-3.30pm, Closed on weekends and public holidays
7. Ji Xiang Confectionery
I really like their ang ku kueh because it has a lot of filling and many flavours such as Peanut, Sweet Bean, Salty Bean, Corn, Coconut and Yam. Even though I still like the traditional peanut flavour most, the other flavours taste pretty good too!
Address: Block 1 #01-33, Everton Park, Singapore 081001
Opening hours: 8am-5pm daily, closed on Sundays
8. Shuu’s choux
They have 3 fixed flavours and 1-2 seasonal flavours but my favourite is the Earl Grey which is a permanent flavour now yay! Their permanent flavours are vanilla, matcha, black sesame and earl grey. You can check out their Instagram page @shuuchoux to find out about their seasonal flavours!
Address: 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-54 Raffles City, Singapore 179103
Opening hours: 9am-9pm daily
9. Atlas Coffeehouse
Atlas Coffeehouse has really good pancakes which are slightly crispy on the outside and yet moist and fluffy inside. This is the Butterscotch Banana Pancake and the caramelised cornflakes add an extra crunch to the dessert too!
Address: 6 Duke's Road, Singapore 268886
Opening hours: 8am-7pm daily, closed on Mondays
Etto (used to be called Blackbird Bistro) isn't a well-known cafe yet and what many people do not know is that they have really good desserts! The picture above is an ondeh-ondeh lava cake ($14) which was really fragrant and we enjoyed the coconut and gula melaka a lot!
The Earl Grey lava cake ($12) is also worth trying especially if you're a fan of Earl Grey tea! The Earl Grey fragrance was very prominent the moment we cut open the cake and the taste was rich too!
When the Chocolate Dome ($12) was served, I wasn't expecting much because I've eaten (and were disappointed with) many similar cakes. This had surprised me because the chocolate mousse was dense and rich plus there was a good amount of the crispy filling in the cake too. We had really enjoyed this and this is one of the few good chocolate cakes that I know of.
Address: 6 Handy Rd, #01-01, Singapore 229234
Opening hours: Tuesdays to Wednesdays: 11.30am-10.30pm, Thursdays: 11.30am-11.30pm, Fridays: 11.30am-1am, Saturdays: 10am-11.30pm, Sundays: 10am-9pm
When you know that there's always room for dessert and are looking for places to have some, you can try out the places in this list. As the saying goes, dessert doesn't go to the stomach but it goes to the heart. Happy eating!