Those with a sweet tooth would agree that the best way to relax and unwind after a stressful day is with desserts at a cosy pâtisserie. 🥰 We've found the eight best restaurants and cafes in Singapore for desserts to do just that!
Keep reading to check them out!
#1 Cake Spade
You won't be able to miss this dessert store thanks to its striking pink exterior. Inside, you'll be surrounded by the same girly pink walls and pink floral decor.
Their selection of cakes, warm baked desserts and frozen desserts are just as pretty as the store! Some must-try desserts are the Red Velvet Cheesecake ($6.20), Strawberry Tofu Cheesecake ($6.50) and Hummingbird ($6.20).
#2 FLOR Pâtisserie
This pâtisserie serves Japanese-inspired French desserts that feature largely fresh fruits. Their soft, moist and delicately flavoured cakes are free of artificial stabilisers, agents or preservatives. Plus, they score points on presentation too!
Some all-time favourites are the Strawberry Shortcake ($8.60), Signature Roll ($7.50) and Yuzu Strawberry Tart ($13.40). There is also a selection of seasonal cakes like the Tofu Chiffon that changes flavours every two months.
Helmed by award-winning chef, Janice Wong, this dessert restaurant in Holland Village is the ultimate destination to treat your tastebuds to something luxurious.
Their desserts have an undeniably atas flair and an innovative spin that make it feel like a fine dining experience. Take your pick from decadent cakes like the Yuzu Cheesecake Mango Jelly ($18), Strawberry Caprese ($22), Shades of Green ($22) and Chocolate H20 ($22). Each dessert is beautifully plated and comes with recommendations of the choice of wine to complement it.
The restaurant interior is just as posh as the desserts, with modern furnishings, soft lighting and a dark, cosy ambience.
This hidden gem is located in a commercial area about a 12-minute walk from Fort Canning MRT Station. It might seem like a lot of effort to get there, but trust us, the desserts are worth it. Plus, you'll be burning off some of the calories!
Some of their signature offerings are the Uji Triple Matcha Tart ($8.50), Black Forest ($8.50), La Vie En Rose ($9.50), Mango Pomelo Tart ($9), Raspberry Mochi Tart ($9.80).
#5 The Dark Gallery
Like the name suggests, this dessert cafe serves all things dark chocolate! If you're not too keen on dark chocolate because of its bitter taste, the desserts at The Dark Gallery may change your mind. Their artisanal desserts are made using quality dark chocolate that makes them wonderfully rich and satisfying with the perfect balance of sweetness and bitterness.
Try their Signature Dark Chocolate Cake ($9), Single Origin Dark Chocolate Ice Cream Platter ($12) and Signature Frozen S'mores ($9).
All their outlets have an upscale look but the one at Great World City looks particularly luxurious with blue velvet chairs and grey marble tables.
#6 Voyage patisserie
Located a short walk away from Tiong Bahru MRT Station, this restaurant serves delectable French savoury dishes as well as sweets.
Some desserts to try are the freshly baked Madeleines ($8) and Hokkaido Sweet Corn Soufflé ($18) that's served with a unique popcorn ice cream.
#7 Nesuto Patisserie
The pink walls with floral murals make the perfect environment to relax and enjoy the delicious and pretty desserts.
Some favourites are the Yuzu Raspberry Cake ($9), Le 'Omm' Matcha Azuki Layered Cake ($9) and Le 'Goma' Black Sesame Swirl Cake ($9).
The cafe is reopening for dine-in starting from tomorrow, 18 September 2020. Note that every table is only limited to one hour for dine-in from the moment you're seated and groups of more than 3 pax will be seated separately.
#8 Plain Vanilla Bakery
Despite its name, this cafe's desserts are anything but plain! Their cupcakes ($3.90), chocolate brownies and other desserts are rich, moist and full of flavour.
You can enjoy these comfort desserts in one of their cosy outlets including the one at Tiong Bahru. This flagship store is located in an old shophouse and has an open-air seating area.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG