Top 6 Dessert Cafes To Visit

Since Singapore is a sunny island that hits 30°C or more every now and then, there is always a good reason to visit a café, order a cold drink and enjoy some desserts.

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By delsar

Have you ever wandered the streets of Singapore finding a place where you can have a nice dessert after a meal? Sometimes, just looking for a place to chat with your friends while having some sweet treats is a challenge. Check out these few dessert spots so that you can stop asking your friends the question of: “Where should we go now?”.

1. Stateland Cafe

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If you happen to be taking an OOTD photoshoot with your friend as your photographer, and your smartphone as the camera on our local hipster street of Haji Lane, why not walk down a couple of streets and check out this café. They serve a wide range of desserts from toasts to soft serves and even classics like S’mores. Although you can simply order a soft serve in a cup, this café also offers a dessert called “Cookie Butter Soft Serve with Earl Grey Mochi Donut Bombz”. Yes, and that’s only one of the interesting dishes they have on their menu.

Address: 30 Bali Ln, Singapore 189866
Operating Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday – 12pm to 9.30pm, Friday, Saturday – 12pm to 9.30pm, Closed on Tuesdays
Contact Information: 9296 4997

2. Mad About Sucre

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This French dessert café is a place you would come back repeatedly once you fall in love with their desserts. They change their range of desserts according to the seasons. Once you miss the Spring collection, all you can do is hope that the Summer assortments are to your likings too. They pride their desserts to have reduced sweetness, organic flour, no artificial flavouring, preservatives and colouring. All the desserts have their own background story and tea pairing. The service crew will let you “feel and understand” the desserts before actually tasting it.

Address: 27 Teo Hong Rd, Singapore 088334
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Saturday – 12.30pm to 10pm, Sunday – 12.30pm to 5pm, Closed on Monday
Contact Information: 6221 3969

3. Green Pumpkin Japanese Bakery Café

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Japanese desserts have never failed to be quirky yet delicious at the same time. This café not only provides you with interesting desserts but also all-time favourite flavours such as Matcha and Yuzu desserts that Japanese’s sweets just can’t miss out. Being a bakery, they provide a wide range of bread and like the name suggests, they are famous for their Green Pumpkin bread that not only tastes like a pumpkin but looks like one too!

Address: #B1-80 NEX, 23 Serangoon Central, Singapore 556083
Operating Hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Contact Information: 6634 7437

4. Café and Meal MUJI

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Although they serve more hot meals than desserts, one can still enjoy the Zen ambience here. Another reason to visit this café is if you are a tea lover, because most of the desserts and drinks are tea flavoured. With the wooden furniture and simple plating, this is definitely a place to go if you love shopping at Muji or just simply being a minimalist.

Address: #02-020/22 Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103
Operating Hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Contact Information: 6264 4189 and

Address: #04 – 36 to 40 Orchard Paragon, 290 Orchard Road, Singapore 238859
Operating Hours: 10am to 9pm daily
Contact Information: 6735 0123

5. Nunsaram Korean Dessert

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Most of us are familiar with the dessert ‘Bingsu’. For those of you who aren’t, a ‘Bingsu’ is a Korean dessert that fills a bowl with shaved ice and topped with sweets, which can include anything from a scoop of ice to a whole slice of cheesecake, or even better, both. Nunsaram not only serves many different flavours of ‘Bingsu’, but also offers roasted rice cakes and toasts. Many ‘Bingsu’ shops sprung up during the sudden ‘Bingsu’ craze in Singapore but eventually closed down after the trend was over. However, Nunsaram is still standing strong because it is simply delicious.

Address: #05-51/52 Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238896
Operating Hours: 11.30am to 10pm daily

6. Wa-Café

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Crispy thick toasts topped with whipped cream, a scoop of ice cream and finally drizzled with honey. If this makes your mouth water, make sure to visit this café. Though they are not a dessert specialist, they provide an extensive variety to choose from. One thing all their desserts have in common is that you can tell from the name it is a Japanese dessert. So if you love Matcha, Hokkaido Milk or Baumkuchen, try out Wa-Café.

Address: #B1-51 Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road, Singapore 059413
Operating Hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Contact Information: 6444 7646

Since Singapore is a sunny island that hits 30°C or more every now and then, there is always a good reason to visit a café, order a cold drink and enjoy some desserts. So the next time if you have a difficulty finding a place to hang with your friends after dinner, or just craving for a sweet treat, be sure to keep a look out for these few dessert cafes.