9 Late-Night Dessert Places in Singapore to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

9 Late-Night Dessert Places in Singapore to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Desserts are the fairytales of the kitchen — a happily ever after to supper.

The thing about a sugar craving is that it can occur at any time of the day — even at the wee hours of the day. So, what happens when you yearn for a sweet treat well past the opening hours of most establishments in the Little Red Dot? Late-night dessert places in Singapore to the rescue! 

From spots that serve warm, fluffy waffles to joints known for their artisanal ice cream, this list of late-night dessert places in Singapore is your sweetest dream come true! Make your way to the following spots after embarking on these midnight adventures

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Late-night dessert places in Singapore

1. 2am: dessertbar

Nestled in the eclectic enclave of Holland Village, 2am: dessertbar is helmed by multi award-winning chef Janice Wong. Here, you can tuck into an assortment of sweet delights with an intriguing twist. Think of the likes of toffee pudding, chocolate praline poprocks cake, and glass dessert mango yuzu. Not only are these innovative creations sure to satisfy your every whim, they are made for the ‘gram’ thanks to how aesthetically-plated they are!

P.S — this late-night dessert place in Singapore recently launched a range of keto-friendly and plant-based sweet dishes. So, for those looking to indulge without feeling guilty, you know where to head to!

Address: 21A Lorong Liput, Singapore 277733

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 11pm

2. Twenty Grammes

If you’re at North Bridge Road till late on a weekend, you’ll certainly spot the snaking queue at Twenty Grammes — a testament to how good their desserts really are. At this quaint cafe boasting a minimalist interior, you can savour a mouth-watering array of treats that incorporate the freshest ingredients.

There are tarts, cookies, cakes, and handcrafted waffles to pair with your cuppa of joe. Also, if you enjoy creating your own quintessential waffle, you’ll like what’s in store for you. You can DIY your own waffles by selecting the base, gelato, sauces, and toppings here! 

Address: 753 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198721

Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday, 12pm to 10pm;  Friday to Saturday, 12pm to 1am

3. Obsessive Chocolat Desire Cafe (OCD Cafe)

Does your love for chocolate know no bounds? If your answer is a resounding yes, you have to check out Obsessive Chocolat Desire Cafe (OCD Cafe) — where you can savour all things chocolate. The highlight: A tantalising selection of house-made chocolate ice-cream for a scoop of instant happiness. Take your pick from Madagascar 33% Milk, Ecuador 40% Milk, Belgium Dark 60%, Brazil 72% Dark, or Africa 85% Dark, depending on how rich you like your chocolate.

Address: 114 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208834

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, 11am to 11pm

4. Cafe de Muse 

Oozing with Instagram-worthy vibes, level one of Cafe de Muse is open round the clock every day of the week. Apart from its hearty western dishes, it doles out an incredible variety of Korean desserts. You can savour different flavoured bingsus including green tea and fresh melon. Top if off with souffle pancakes that have a light sweetness to them, and you have yourself a late-night dessert escapade in Singapore.  

Address: 350 Orchard Road, Singapore 238868

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, open 24 hours

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5. Tittle Tattle

Tucked away in Selegie Road, this 24-hour cafe cum bar will pique your interest right from the get-go! The reason: It brims with delightful retro touches such as neon lighting, a vintage Jukebox, and an extensive menu, to boot. Fret not, there’s also a wide selection of desserts — you’ll find something that’s palatable for your taste buds. 

If you’re spoilt for choice, we suggest trying the Milo Dinosaur waffle for a sweet rendition of Singapore’s well-loved chocolate malt beverage. The sweet dish comprises thick waffles topped with a dollop of ice cream, generous sprinkles of milo powder, and condensed milk for an explosion of flavour. 

Address: 183 Selegie Road, #01-03, Singapore 188329

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, open 24 hours

6. Hay Gelato

Hey Easties, another reason to prove that the east side is the best side is that it is home to this dessert place that opens till 2am! Called Hay Gelato, this hidey-hole in Bedok North serves up desserts that won’t burn a hole in your pocket. While they are simple sans all the frills, they pack a punch that will keep you coming back for more. 

Balance out their fluffy waffles with a scoop or two of gelatos for a marriage of glorious flavours. P.S — the gelato flavours here are not run-of-the-mill. In fact, there are more extraordinary ones like smokey hay, yuzu ginger, and truffle. How cool is that?

Address: 136 Bedok North Avenue 3, #01-148, Singapore 460136

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 1pm to 2am

7. Haute and Cauld

Another quaint cafe in the east, Haute and Cauld is where you can cave in to your late-night dessert craving! It boasts both hot and cold (as its name suggests) dishes. Egg mayo and tuna mayo sandwich set; waffles in the flavours of red velvet, charcoal, and buttermilk; and a delectable assortment of ice creams grace its menu. Get more bang for your buck when you opt for a set meal that comes with a soft drink. 

Address: 740 Bedok Reservoir Road, #01-3179, Singapore 470740

Opening hours: Wednesday to Monday, 2pm to 2am; Tuesday, 6pm to 2am

8. Wan Wan Thai Cafe

If you’re planning to indulge in sweet treats amidst a stunning setting, Wan Wan Thai Cafe is the place to be. This garden-themed cafe, not too far from Rochor MRT, was made for photo ops — with verdant greenery hanging from the ceiling and wall and immaculate marble furnishings. Expect nothing less from the equally pleasing desserts that are too stunning to eat. The dessert menu at this late-night haunt comprises shibuya toasts, bingsu, and smoothies. 

Address: 127A Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189637

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, 12.30pm to 3am

9. Dessert First

Asian desserts more of your thing? Then, Dessert First extensive Cantonese-inspired menu will make you drool! Here, you can beat the heat in Singapore with a refreshing bowl of cold treats such as mango snow ice and honeydew sago.

Alternatively, you can chow down a hot bowl of dessert like yam paste with pumpkin and gingko and sesame paste with tang yuan. Not only are the portions generous, some of the ingredients infused in the desserts boasts multitude health benefits. 

P.S. — Muslim friends, this late-night dessert place in Singapore is halal-certified!

Address: 8 Liang Seah Street, #01-04, Singapore 189029

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday, 12.30pm to 12.30am Friday to Saturday, 12.30pm to 1.30am; Sunday, 12pm to 12.30am

Also read: 14 Hidden Cafes in Singapore [UPDATED 2021]

Next time you’re hankering for some desserts in the serenade of the black, know that not all hope is lost. You can still satiate your sweet cravings at one of the above mentioned late-night dessert places in Singapore. 

Don’t forget to share this article with all the sweet tooths you know. Also, tag us on Instagram at @tripzillamag so that we can feast our eyes on your delicious desserts!

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