Top 10 Dessert Spots to Visit in Singapore for a Sugar Rush

Top 10 Dessert Spots to Visit in Singapore

Whether you’re feeling ice-cream, waffles, chocolates or even lava cookies, here are ten dessert spots where you can indulge your sweet tooth.

Having dessert is something that all Singaporeans love and fortunately for sweet tooths, there is no lack of delectable sweet treats here. Simply head down to one of the city’s many dessert parlours and instantly get your fix. Whether it’s the classic gelato you’ve been craving for or some fluffy pancakes to hit the spot, we give you the lowdown on ten fantastic dessert places worth checking out.

1. Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee

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To kick off the list, we have Creamier’s specially handcrafted ice-cream that is guaranteed to please you. A sister branch of the highly acclaimed Sunday Folks, expect to find premium quality ice-cream and fragrant golden waffles here.

Choose from traditional options like Plain Ole Chocolate and Summer Strawberries to more exotic local flavours such as Sea Salt Gula Melaka. Fret not if you’re not much of an ice-cream fan because you can opt for Creamier’s fruit sorbets that are equally good. At only S$3.30 a scoop and S$5.60 for a double, this is definitely a luxury all can revel in.

Address: Various locations; check out their website for the full list of locations in Singapore.

2. Fatcat Ice Cream Bar

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What better complement to ice-cream than some thick, fluffy waffles to give you that deep, rumbling satisfaction? Only at Fatcat Ice Cream Bar, they take it a notch higher.

Sink your teeth into their buttermilk charcoal waffles (S$6) that are crispy yet perfectly moist and mildly sweet. Even better when paired with the iconic Butterbeer Ice Cream (+S$4.50) and a light drizzle of the salted egg yolk sauce sure to elicit the sweet sigh of satisfaction from you.

Address: Blk 416 Bedok North Avenue 2 #01-25, Singapore 460416.

3. BrotherBird Mochi & Softserve Co.

Mochi doughnuts? Mochi croissants? These unconventional desserts come courtesy of Brotherbird, a Japanese-inspired dessert shop that prides itself on quality, freshness and craftsmanship.

At the Bali Lane outlet, try their signature mochi doughnuts with a generous helping of coconut and cookie-butter dual swirl (S$15). Other soft serve options on rotation include (but are not limited to) Thai Green Milk Tea (S$7) and Tokyo Banana (S$7).

If you’re in the area, drop by Brotherbird’s Lavender outlet for a lovely twist of the classic French viennoiserie (S$3-4). Bite into the light, buttery shell of the croissant and break through to the chewy mochi filling. Wash it down with some artisanal tea for the perfect finish.

Address: Bali Ln, 32A, Singapore 189868; CT Hub 2, 114 Lavender St, #01-05, Singapore 338729

4. 2am: dessertbar

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A bespoke dining establishment, 2am: Dessertbar serves treats that taste every bit as good as they look. As the purveyors of edible art, you can expect exquisite culinary creations that are both delightful in the mouth and pleasing to the eyes. We’re talking about creative desserts with layers of flavours in varying forms and textures that will leave you pleasantly surprised.

Beautifully plated, you probably can’t bear to take the first bite but once you do, you will not stop. Truly a masterpiece, this one!

Address: 21A Lorong Liput, Holland Village, Singapore 277733

5. KOOKS Creamery

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Brash, decadent and rich is there a more seductive dessert than the molten cookie with ice-cream? KOOKS Creamery may not be the first place to have them but this dessert shop in Serangoon has quickly become ground zero for the lava cookie cum ice-cream combo.

Visitors can opt for the chocolate or matcha molten cookie with a scoop of ice-cream at only S$8.50. Pick from a dizzying array of flavours such as coconut ice-cream and lychee sorbet. Not one for the waistline, but definitely worth it!

Address: 211 Serangoon Avenue 4, #01-02, Singapore 550211;2 Handy Road, #01-06, The Cathay, Singapore 229233

6. Riz Labo Kitchen

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Popular Japanese eatery Riz Labo Kitchen from Tokyo opens in Singapore this month with a smorgasbord of souffle pancakes in tow. Anticipate fluffy, gluten-free pancake stacks with flavoured creams like matcha and berries (S$15).

Also, be sure not to miss the limited edition pancake with strawberries (S$18) and the hojicha pancake (S$18) that is exclusive to Singapore. All are more than generously sized, so bring friends and an appetite!

Address: Japan Food Town, Wisma Atria, 435 Orchard Road, Singapore 238877

7. Project Açai

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Itching for desserts but want to go guilt-free? Project Açai has got you covered. Eat organic açaí harvested by local family farmers in the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest and enjoy their labour of love for as low as S$6.80.

The açaí berry is packed with antioxidants and helps combat premature ageing amongst other benefits. When paired with fruits and nuts, you get a highly nutritious meal. Here at Project Açai, desserts are more than just a sugar rush.

Address: Various locations; check out their website for the full list of locations in Singapore.

8. The Dark Gallery

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Fuelled by a love for chocolate, The Dark Gallery offers a wonderful array of chocolate-infused desserts ranging from artisanal ice-cream to signature desserts that are prized for their high cacao content. Choose from popular dishes like Frozen S’mores (S$7.50) whereby 80 percent dark chocolate ice-cream is enclosed within a flame-torched marshmallow or the chocolate affogato (S$9) served with homemade caramelised almonds to appease that sweet tooth.

For true chocolate fans, head straight for the Single Origin Platters (S$12) and discover a whole new medley of flavours. Sample chocolate ice-cream, chocolate pastries, chocolate drinks and a wide array of chocolate desserts. It tastes even better when sharing so bring your family and friends with you!

Address: Millenia Walk, #01-K5, 9 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039596; Ngee Ann City, #B2-29, 391 Orchard Road, Singapore 238873 Taka

9. Dessert Bowl

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For mango and durian lovers, Dessert Bowl will be right up your alley! Sample their signature Durian Mousse (S$5) topped with actual durian flesh or devote yourself to the well-loved Mango Pomelo Sago (S$4.20). With big mango chunks and pulpy pomelo fragments, you’re in for a belly good time.

Dessert Bowl also features other fruity combinations such as strawberry and mango desserts as well as local favourites like Chendol so do come down and give them a try!

Address: 80 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555976

10. Ah Chew Desserts

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Now, how can we leave out the traditional favourites? Take a trip down memory lane with a warm bowl of red bean paste and lily bulbs (S$2.40) or savour the nourishing rock sugar white fungus with papaya (S$3). For those who are wondering, the rare steamed milk pudding (S$3.30) even makes an appearance here!

However, the undisputed favourite is without a doubt, the Yam Sago (S$3.30) and Yam Paste (S$3.30). Have them warm or cold it doesn’t matter because they both taste so good!

Address:  181 Thomson Road, Goldhill Centre, Singapore 307627 (Novena); 1 Liang Seah Street, #01-10/11 Liang Seah Place, Singapore 189032 (Bugis)

Started making plans already? You won’t be disappointed! Whichever dessert you’re craving for, you will most definitely be satisfied. Grab your pals, dig right in and eat to your heart’s content!

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