169 Stirling Road
Singapore 140169

(open in Google Maps)


10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:30pm

09:30am - 09:30pm

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

Had been to Sin & Savage Bakehouse when they had just opened their doors some time back earlier this year — went for their Orecchiette and the Lemon Meringue Donuts despite them being better known for their donuts, though those items were also pretty delicious. Was looking for a spot to kill some time around Queenstown, and thought why not swing by Sin & Savage Bakehouse to give their donuts a go this time. Apart from the Speculoos Cookie Butter flavour, Sin & Savage Bakehouse also offers other flavours for their donuts such as the Hazel Ganache, the Messy Milo and the Lemon Meringue donuts; just to name a few.

Not really a fan of Speculoos in general given how Speculoos-based desserts have a particularly notoriety for being ridiculously sweet and jelak, but we found ourselves going for this since most of the other flavours were still on the way out of the oven given how we had made our visit pretty early in the day. Re-heated before it is being served, the Speculoos Cookie Butter donut comes with a molten centre that already oozed out as it arrives the table. Going straight for the molten Speculoos “lava” (if you may), we found it really surprising how the “lava” itself was actually aptly sweet; nothing quite as thick and jelak as eating spread — the consistency being almost similar to that of a light chocolate ganache. It is also noted that the donut is pillowy soft, but still holds somewhat of a firmness without being anywhere stiff; the Speculoos cookie crumbles over the top providing a bit of a crunch for a variance of texture. One of the better donuts out there.

Since our previous visit to Sin & Savage Bakehouse, they had also introduced quite a number of new items on their menu; this includes the introduction of a Champion Breakfast Pancakes and the Bencakes; the former being three pieces of pancakes served alongside scrambled eggs, hashbrown, smoked bacon, French butter and maple syrup, while the latter is their interpretation of Eggs Benedict in pancake form. With quality and execution being consistent as what they are known to be, Sin & Savage Bakehouse is that leisurely spot within Queenstown for some comforting cafe fare and delicious donuts worth making the trip for!

1 Like

Charcoal donut with a sweet/bitter dalgona-chocolate ganache topped with sugar ($5.5). It was decent but nothing to shout about, especially at this price point. I much preferred the fresh lemonade ($4.5) and lychee mocktail ($6.9) that were so refreshing on a hot Sunday afternoon


Pistachio Burnt Cheesecake - While the taste of pistachio wasn’t evident on the first bite, it gradually got stronger and left a gentle, nutty aftertaste.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/sin-and-savage-bakehouse/

1 Like

My first bomboloni experience. Picked the one with the cutest name and I'm not disappointed. It's rich, it's thicc, it's bursting with that oozy dalgona espresso cream. The dough is soft and moist, dusted with sugary specks. Wish I were more of a chocolate person so I could enjoy this more. The fun stops at the bombos; coffee is super meh and they don't serve water.

Speculoos Cookie Butter ($4.50)
Another one of my favourite from the box - the donut surprisingly has a really light cream, and the cookie butter was super strong!! It's so oozy as well I loved it.


Posted about @mixsenseprivatedining's new Bakehouse concept and mains just 2 days ago, and now it's time for @sinandsavage's donuts 🍩🤤!!

Single Mingle (box of 6 donuts - $27.50)
In clockwise sequence from bottom left of 📸 6: Lemon Meringue, Hazelnut Ganache, Cinnamon Sugar, Messy Milo, Charcoal Dalgonut, Speculoos Cookie Butter.

Hazelnut Ganache Donut ($4.50),
The first donut I tore open and I literally went OMG - just look at how filled the donut is?! They are crazy generous with the filling, and I loved how their donut is really light and airy, and not overly greasy unlike many donuts out there.

Charcoal Dalgonut ($5)
This donut's colour comes from Charcoal, and the Dalgonut filling has a light coffee flavour in the cream, which made it quite a unique one considering I haven't tried coffee donuts before (?), and this was pretty enjoyable as well.

Messy Milo ($4.50)
For Milo fans, this choc cream filling was slightly malty, and the donut itself is topped with Milo powder, so it'd defo be for Choc/ Milo fans.

Lemon Meringue ($5)
Honestly when I first cut open this donut, the first visible difference was that the filling here was much less compared to their other donuts, but it's only when you take a bite, then you realise that small amount of filling was more than enough to give a sufficient punch of flavour.

Cinnamon Sugar ($4)
This was quite plain compared to the other donuts. Didn't really taste much cinnamon here - I'd say their highlights are probably the filled ones.

Definitely worth a try esp for donut fans, and you can try out their mains/ sides while you're at it!

Overall Rating: 8/10