The 10 Best Dessert Cafes In Singapore


If you’re looking for the best dessert cafes in Singapore, then look no further! From dog-friendly cafes to cake cafes and everything in between, there is something for anyone with a sweet tooth in Singapore.

So let’s count down our 10 best dessert cafes in Singapore now…

The Durian Bakery

Location: The Commerze @ Irving, #02-26, Singapore 369546

Operating Hours: Daily 9 AM to 6 PM (last order 5:30 PM)



Contact: +65 8875 1069

If it’s not obvious already, The Durian Bakery specializes in durian-flavoured sweets that even a not-so-fan of the pungent-smelling fruit will love.

Technically, The Durian Bakery isn’t a cafe as it only offers pickup and delivery but we couldn’t leave it off the list for very good reason!

Their bestseller must be their 20-layered Durian Mille Crepe Cake made of 100% PURE 1kg Mao Shan Wang—the richest and best-tasting durian to ever be bred. At just $118 per 6-inch, this rich and creamy Durian Mille Crepe cake is layered with The Durian Bakery’s very own signature MSW SilkyGold™ Durian Puree, blended through a special process to make it extra creamy, and just as tasty as the Durian itself!


Want something bite-sized? Check out their Black Gold Musang King Durian Mochi for only $25 per box of 6! These soft and dewy charcoal-coloured mochis are made of steamed mochigome (glutinous rice), mashed and pounded with wooden kine, and filled with the same special durian puree, to reach the perfect softness and chewiness that people of all ages will approve of.

Grab your first box of Durian cake or mochi from The Durian Bakery! We heard they’re on a limited sale as of this article’s writing!

FLOR Patisserie


Siglap — 42 Siglap Drive, Singapore 456167

Duxton Hill — 2 Duxton Hill #01-01, Singapore 089588


Upper East Coast — 53 Upper East Coast Road, Singapore 455214

Operating Hours: Duxton Hill, Tuesday to Saturday from 11 AM to 9:30 PM, and Sunday from 11 AM to 7 PM; Upper East Coast, Tuesday to Sunday from 11 AM to 7 PM


Contact: Siglap — 62430813; Duxton Hill — 62238628; Upper East Coast — 6974 9885

When it comes to food, you can never go wrong with anything Japanese. Their food culture is just as colourful as Singapore’s very own. But what can Japan make even better than ever? French pastry! That’s right, FLOR Patisserie is a Japanese-styled patisserie serving authentic Japanese-inspired French pastry.


FLOR Patisserie offers desserts from cakes, teacakes and cookies. They have very varied flavours too!

The Strawberry Shortcake ($9.85), Signature Roll ($8.80) and Yuzu Strawberry Tart ($14.20) are just some of the patron favourites at FLOR Patisserie. Their whole celebration cakes range from $35.35 to $187.25 and feature flavours like matcha, yuzu strawberry, mango, hazelnut and more.

FLOR Patisserie is proud of its work being a locally-grown brand, and its cakes are made without artificial colourings or chemical agents.

The next time you’re craving a Strawberry Shortcake, FLOR Patisserie should be your first choice!

Mrs. Plumps

Location: imPAct@Hong Lim Green, 20 Upper Pickering St, #01-01, Singapore

Operating Hours: Monday to Friday, from 11 AM to 7 PM


Contact: 9186 5011

Craving some ice cream? Mrs. Plumps got your back!

Mrs. Plumps’ mission is to provide “a healthy alternative to commercially produced ice cream for the Singapore community”. As a result, they only use “wholesome ingredients, adding a sneaky serve of superfood into every scoop.” Mrs. Plumps’ natural sweeteners include a variety of fruits, dates and agave nectar resulting in the healthiest ice cream you can ever get.

Mrs. Plumps’ signature flavours are Banana Date, Strawberry Yoghurt, Chocolate Kale and Vanilla Chia. They also now offer vegan options! Prices start at only $14.90!

Signup to their newsletter and get 10% off your first purchase!

Drips Bakery Cafe


Tiong Bahru — 82 Tiong Poh Rd, #01-05, Singapore 160082

Takashimaya — 391 Orchard Road #B2-31 Takashimaya Shopping Centre Ngee Ann City

Tanjong Katong — 210 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437003

Operating Hours: Tiong Bahru — Sunday to Thursday from 9 AM to 9 PM and Friday to Saturday from 9 AM to 10 PM; 


Contact: Tiong Bahru — 6222 0400; Takashimaya — 62080800; Tanjong Katong — 97668188 (WhatsApp)

First opened at Tiong Bahru, Drips is an artisanal cafe serving various kinds of desserts from tarts, cakes, teacakes, brownies, pies and different kinds of bread.

Their signature tart, the Seasonal Fruit Tart (starts at $12.90) is an explosion of fruit flavours paired with the subtle flavour of Madagascar vanilla-infused custard. Their French butter tart shells are carefully baked with glistening fruit fillings like the Cinnamon Apple Tart, Cinnamon Pear Tart, and Cinnamon Raspberry Tart (all three start from $48).

Drips Bakery suggests pairing their artisanal tarts with a flavorful cup of tea or coffee for the ideal treat for friends, family, and loved ones.


Location: 79 South Bridge Road, #01-00, Singapore 058709

Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday and Sunday, from 11 AM to 7 PM; Friday and Saturday, from 11 AM to 9 PM


Contact: [email protected]

Just like FLOR, KURA offers Japanese-style French pastry. To create their exquisite artisanal pastries, they combine French techniques with Japanese flavours.

At their counter, you can choose from 16 to 20 various desserts. KURA’s founders, Koojee and Rachel, believe that Asians enjoy foods that are light and have a variety of textures combined with a flash of acidity and occasionally even regional flavours. Because of this, several of their famous pastries incorporate both classic flavours and modern baking methods to produce an incredibly complex delicacy.

Some of their best-sellers are Mango Basil Mousse ($70) and La Vie En Rose ($68). From their bakery, try out their Honey Butter Kouign Amann ($5.50) and Pain Au Chocolate ($4.50). The classic Carrot Cake ($4.50) is also available. If you want something savoury, you can also order soups, toasts, scrambled eggs and chicken which are all available either past 11 AM or all-day long.

KURA offers both traditional and western drinks that perfectly summarize the experience. KURA is all about honouring its traditional roots which is why you can get your choice of kopi!

Nasty Cookie


Westgate — 3 Gateway Dr, Westgate #01-09, Singapore 608532

Funan — 107 North Bridge Road, #02-35 Singapore 179105

Orchard Gateway — 277 Orchard Road, Orchard Gateway #B2-10, Singapore 238858

Nasty Cookie Factory — 1 Kaki Bukit View, #01-02 Singapore 415941 (Underground Carpark level – Lobby C)

Vivo City — 1 Harbourfront Walk, #02-51 Singapore 098585

Operating Hours: Westgate — Daily, from 12 PM to  9:30 PM; 


Contact: [email protected]

Satisfyingly crunchy on the outside, yet soft and melty in the middle—that’s what Nasty Cookie is all about. Known to be Singapore’s first-ever New-York gourmet cookie store, Nasty Cookie now has 5 outlets in Singapore!

You can get a box of 6 delicious cookies for only $30 and choose from 11 mouthwatering flavours: Chocolate Chip, Dark Choc Chip, Biscoff, Choco Bueno, Oh! Smores, Red Velvet Crumble, and White Choc Macadamia, to name a few.

Pair your choices with your favourite drinks and soft-serve starting at only $3.50!

These handcrafted treats will give you a taste that is both rich and opulent with every mouthful because they are made solely with the finest dark couverture chocolates. Your taste senses should be in for a nice surprise as the sweetness is perfectly balanced!

The Wonderment Collective

Location: 90 Lorong 23 Geylang, Agrow Building, Singapore 388393

Operating Hours: Tuesday to Friday, from 10 AM to 6 PM; Saturday, from 12 PM to 5PM (by reservations only)


Contact: 6980 0793

This blue and gold haven is home to one of the best cheesecakes in Singapore! Check out the latest information on their social media channels before visiting for your favourites as their pastry menu changes regularly.

With raspberry compote on the side and served round rather than slice-style, their Burnt Cheesecake ($6.50) is undoubtedly a crowd favourite. It is soft and moist on the inside with a faint citrus punch, which is further accentuated by the raspberry compote.

If you like macarons, you must try the ones by TWC! Seven different macaron flavours—Lemon, Blueberry Cheesecake, Cookies & Cream, Chocolate Ganache, Vanilla, Rose, and Lavender Earl Grey—are offered (1 for $2, 3 for $5).

With calming music playing in the background and a street view for people-watching, the area is cosy for a peaceful afternoon tea.

Dolç Patisserie

Location: 67 Kampong Bahru road #01-00, Singapore 169371

Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday, from 9 AM to 6 PM; Sundays and public holidays, from 10:30 AM to 5 PM


Contact: [email protected]

We’ve got two Japanese-style French pastry shops already. We think it’s time for a new thang around here!

Dolc Patisserie, which specializes in using French methods with contemporary flavours and Spanish influences, seeks to give the locals a taste of Barcelona through their pastries.

Feast on dainty and eye-candy desserts that are beautifully crafted with quality ingredients and delicate flavours showing off the artisanship and attention to detail the makers apply to each dessert.

Fan of chocolate? You will love the Bananier—a dark chocolate mousse, with caramelized bananas and crunchy feuilletine—or the Royale—a chocolate cake, with dark chocolate cremeux and coffee whipped ganache. Both are at $9 each.

Pastries such as Napolitana ($4.50+), Donuts ($3.20+ – $3.80+), Croissant (Plain $3.80+/ Ham & Cheese $4.50+),  and Curry Muffins ($3.50+) are available for those looking for savoury delights.

Dolc also serves sandwiches (starts at $12) and brioche (starts at $5.20)!

Pair your dessert with your favourite drink—coffee or tea—and sit back as you enjoy a taste of Barcelona.

The Tiramisu Hero

Location: 121 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207548

Operating Hours: Daily, from 11 AM to 10 PM


Contact: 62925271

The Tiramisu Hero opened its doors in 2013, delivering customised tiramisu that is offered in up to 20 flavours! It is tucked away in the vibrant neighbourhood of Jalan Besar. Choose from distinctive flavours like hojicha, yuzu, Milo, or Speculoos to give the traditional dessert a contemporary flavour. Additionally, you can select the ideal levels of sweetness, wetness, and alcohol for your ideal tiramisu! These yummy desserts are packed in their 150ml signature packaging—sealed in a jar to retain the cake’s moistness and goodness!

You can also get coffee and a variety of other savoury dishes like Garlic Butter Shrimp Pasta, Sir Antonio Mega Breakfast, and fun local specialties like Homemade Dry Mee Hoon Kueh. In addition, they provide a Meat-Free section for their vegetarian and vegan visitors.

A franchisee of Tiramisu Hero is currently located near Tokyo, Japan!


Location: 803 North Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 198771

Operating Hours:


Contact: 87973903

Ever watched your mom or dad bake some cookies just to sneak and taste a few fingers of the batter from the bowl? Singapore’s first edible cookie dough shop DOHKIE whips up fresh cookie dough every day in 8 unique flavours, making sure you don’t have to do that anymore!

DOHKIE offers different sizes perfect for any occasion. You can get a cup starting at $6, a tub for $11, or a jumbo for $21.90. They also have cereal-infused milk!

Need a change from the usual dessert offerings? Visit DOHKIE to experience the unique taste and texture of chilled edible cookie dough! You might find this to be the dessert you’ve been missing in your refrigerator. Whether you’re in the mood for some cookie dough or want to take it away, you’ll find options for both.

We hope this list of the 10 best dessert cafes in Singapore will be handy for the rest of the year!

Do you have suggestions you want us to review in the future? Give us a shoutout below!

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Annie Goh

Annie Goh was born and raised in Singapore, and grew up on a steady diet of hawker food, fine dining, and everything in between thanks to her parent's passion for food and adventure. After spending the early part of her career travelling the world, Annie has now come home to share her love of Singapore with the world.

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