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New Dessert Cafe Near Bugis Has Ethereal Garden Theme, Neon Lights & Aesthetic Marble Tables

New Dessert Cafe Near Bugis Has Ethereal Garden Theme, Neon Lights & Aesthetic Marble Tables

By Wei Yin on 16 Oct 2020
Digital Editor

Insta-worthy cafes are all the rage now and Singaporeans are resorting to cafe hopping more so than ever to cope with the boredom of not being able to travel.


If you are looking for a cafe to visit next, make sure you add Wan Wan Thai Cafe to your list.

Read on to find out more!

Wan Wan Thai Cafe seating areaPhoto from @wanwan.thaicafe via Instagram

This new cafe is full of insta-worthy spots with its decor ranging from flowers to leaves and neon lights. The abundance of floral elements in the cafe will make you feel like you just stepped into an ethereal-looking garden!

Wan Wan Thai Cafe neon lightPhoto from @wanwan.thaicafe via Instagram

The neon lights that adorn the walls of the cafe are all in pink, further amping up the aesthetic appeal and making it the perfect place to head to with your girlfriends so you can snap as many pictures as you would like.

Wan Wan Thai Cafe marble tablePhoto from @wanwan.thaicafe via Instagram


If you think the cafe can't get even more gorgeous, the white plush seats, marble tabletops and brick walls will prove you otherwise! Each table even comes with a vase filled with flowers so you can use it as a prop when you take photos of your food.

Apart from the beautiful interior design, Wan Wan Thai Cafe's dessert offerings are the next things to look forward to.

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The cafe's Shibuya-style toast and bingsu (Korean-style shaved ice) are some of the must-tries! They not only taste good, but are also extremely aesthetically pleasing.


Flavours for the Shibuya-style toasts include mango, coconut, milo, kaya, banana caramel, chocolate, honey, strawberry banana and more. The toast is apparently crispy on the outside and soft on the inside with a buttery taste. Each toast also comes with a scoop of ice cream.

Prices range from $8.90 to $13.90.

Bingsu at Wan Wan Thai CafePhoto from @cathfully via Instagram

Wan Wan Thai Cafe mango bingsuPhoto from @wanwan.thaicafe via Instagram

If sweet toasts are not your thing, Wan Wan Thai Cafe's bingsus that will help you beat the heat may interest you. The bingsus come in a generous portion filled to the brim with toppings such as fruits and ice cream.

Choose from classic flavours like red bean, chocolate, green tea and mango or indulge in more interesting variations like the milk tea, coconut and Oreo ones.

Prices range from $9.90 to $14.90.

Check out more pictures of the desserts served at Wan Wan Thai Cafe below:


Wan Wan Thai Cafe kaya toastPhoto from @wanwan.thaicafe via Instagram

Wan Wan Thai Cafe blueberry bingsuPhoto from @wanwan.thaicafe via Instagram

Wan Wan Thai Cafe chocolate toast Photo from @wanwan.thaicafe via Instagram

Other than toasts and bingsus, there are drink options such as coffees, smoothies, frappes and milk teas.

Wan Wan Thai Cafe also opens till 3AM daily so you can head there any time to satisfy your sweet tooth whenever you crave for some desserts!

Address: 127 Bencoolen St, Singapore 189637 (second level)
Operating hours: 12.30PM - 3AM daily
Social media: Facebook | Instagram