Best Desserts in Singapore

Best Desserts in Singapore

The best places for sweet treats to end your meal on a (sugar) high note!
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Durian aficionados, leg on over to Potong Pasir MRT to have the king of fruits many ways. From ice cream to choux puffs and cakes, there's something for everyone. The light and smooth Durian Mousse Cake ($8.50 per slice) is a no-brainer — think fresh durian flesh atop spongy vanilla base that's studded with lightly salted, crunchy and Gula Melaka. For something easy on the go, the creamy Mao Shan Wang Puff ($3) is an excellent option to still get your durian fix. If not, get the Mao Shan Wang Ice Cream ($9 per cup) for hot day durian indulgences!
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Check out this muslim-owned bubble tea shop that opened just recently along Arab Street for refreshing thirst-quenchers and waffles! Decked out with aesthetic pink facade, an eye-catching lightbox and outdoor bar sitting, sit down for a cup of their signature Ice Kacang BBT ($6.80) and fruity Berry Cranberry ($6.80) to seek respite from the sweltering heat in Haji Lane. Photo by Burppler Yan Xunsheng

Catch up over conversations, lava cookies and ice cream with a group of friends at this casual spot. The Signature Lava Set and Drink ($14.80) comes with a generous, not-too-sweet scoop of ice cream atop a warm molten cookie, and a glass of soothing Strawberry Sundae tea.
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With outlets at Liang Seah Street and Novena, this is the go-to spot for when the Chinese dessert cravings hit. From the smooth Fresh Milk Steamed Egg ($3.50) to the thick and creamy Durian Sago ($6.50) and delightful Peanut Mochi ($2.40), there is something for everyone.
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This innovative joint keeps their soft serve flavours on rotation; past flavours have included Mango Sticky Rice, Chendol and Oolong Milk Tea! At $7 a cup, or $15 on a hot mochi donut for extra decadence, these swirls of delight are an absolute pick-me-up on a hot day. Grab one of their Matcha Chocolate Mochi Croissants ($4) to go too!
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Acai bowls are not only healthy, but super refreshing in the sweltering heat of sunny Singapore! Head to this kiosk, located in an IT shop in Funan, for their Supermodel Acai Bowl ($9.80) and their Iced W Signature White ($4.20). Craving chocolate? Opt for their Cacao Fantasy ($9.80) for a healthy rendition of a banana split chocolate milkshake — think cacao nibs, cocoa powder, bananas and milk.
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This ice cream parlour has opened its doors along Sunset Way in Clementi! Find unique flavours and premium roasts for an afternoon of ice-cold gelatos and chill conversations. Other than their crowd favourite flavours such as Purple Yam and Pistachio, Burppler Xing Wei Chua enjoyed the Strawberry Basil Sorbet which "does come with evident tartness from the berries, yet with a distinct note of zippiness from the basil that strikes a good balance — very refreshing to have especially after a heavy meal". Psst, don't miss out on their fluffy waffles ($6) to go along with your gelatos!
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With their first outlet opening in Jewel Changi, look no further than this specialty store for cinnamon rolls of all flavours! Whether it's savoury or sweet, choose any 4 from their old but gold Classic Cinammon ($3.40), chocolatey and nutty Hazelnut Rocher ($3.40), Garlic Onion Cheese ($3.40) or it's sugary counterpart Sweet Cheese ($3.10). Other flavours include Hawaiian ($3.90), Japanese Curry ($3.90), Cocoa Orange ($3.40) and Cinammon Apple ($3.40).
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This gorgeous space in Tanjong Pagar is home to aesthetically-pleasing and equally delicious cakes. Crowd favourites include the light and fluffy Suzette ($9.80) and the Le Omm ($9), a layered matcha soufflé sponge cake. Don't miss their Japanese Goma ($9), which consists of Japanese black sesame chiffon sponge, light sesame custard cream & sesame streusel, a delicious combination!
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Helmed by an award-winning pastry chef, this hidden gem in Shaw Towers is perfect for an afternoon tea sesh. Their wide variety of buttery and crumbly tarts go for $10 a pop, and they're worth every penny. Try every flavour, or whatever suits your palate — they're all delicious!
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