8 Best Dessert Places in S’pore For That Sinful Moment After Your Meal


Last Updated on 2017-05-27 , 3:59 pm

Like many others who worships regularly at the Church of Iron Pumping and Physical Exertion (aka the gym), the word “dessert” will have me looking all perky, bright-eyed, and attentive. Much as I watch my waistline with the same intensity as a trader scrutinising the stock market, sinfully tasty dessert treats are the real medicine that staves off the insanity of student and adult life. Therefore, I would like to say “Keep Calm and Eat Cake”.

Meet & Melt

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Probably, in my opinion, Meet & Melt’s Cookies & Cream Shibuya Toast is the BEST dessert in Singapore. The Shibuya toast is 100% homemade and is can be aptly described as being crispy on the outside and soft on the inside as it is made with only butter and sugar. The absence of honey in the baking process is the right move as the dessert would be completed with cold and light cookies & cream ice cream, with a drizzling of cookies & cream sauce, and garnished with Oreo cookies.

Blk 915 Tampines St 91 #01-49, Singapore 520915

Grin Affair

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The Matcha Panna Cotta by Grin Affair is my second favourite dessert for the year and it is something that I must urge you to try (and I will lose all respect for you if you don’t). With two separate layers of panna cotta, with the soft, light, original milky panna cotta at the top and the ever-so-slightly bittersweet and fragrant matcha panna cotta at the bottom, this well-balanced masterpiece is simply panna cotta heaven! Better yet, it comes with a small sachet of cookie crumbs that provide an added element of sweetness and crunch to your soft smooth dessert. Another plus is that the whole dessert is so Instagramable!

Blk 2 Everton Park #01-59, Singapore 081002


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Among Geometry’s impressive array of 18 flavours there are some interesting ones like the Earl Grey Tie Guan Yin which had captured the fragrant essences of the both the Earl Grey and Tie Guan Yin. Tart, Belgian waffle, and brownie are 3 available bases to accompany your ice cream order. The tart is a fresh concept that has a chewy centre, buttery fragrance, and a taste that combines both almond tarts and pineapple tarts. Matched with the Earl Grey Tie Guan Yin, this combination is ideal for an afternoon dessert treat.

2 Jalan Bukit Merah #01-5142, Singapore 150002

Cake Spade

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Do I hear cheesecake? Yes! The Tofu Cheesecake could be said to be Cake Spade’s proudest confection masterpiece. With the consistency of cream cheese, jelly-like firmness of silky tofu, and crunchiness of digestive biscuits which served as its base, the cheesecake does not only look but taste good too! My recommendation is that you go for the peach as my friends told me that the strawberry and mango are a little too sweet.

83 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088504

The Plain Jane

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The Plain Jane and Not So Plain Jane are really the key highlights here. The former is stuffed with generous amounts of light-tasting cream and firm but deliciously buttery roll. Meanwhile, the Not So Plain Jane is simply the flavored version of the former and it comes in several interesting flavors like Thai milk tea, yuzu, and others, which I have yet to try. I have heard tales of how good their Apple Tea Cake is and if you have tried it, do let me know if it is worth me leaving my mountain for it. Thanks.

The Plain Jane, Block 211, Serangoon Avenue 4, #01-10, Singapore 550211

 Kki Sweets

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Although the nice cashier tried recommending me the NAO and the Onigiri, I was mesmerized by the Soufflé Cheesecake (my love for cheesecake can be matched with my love for money). Biting into it is almost a cardinal sin as it is heartbreakingly soft and moist, yet retaining all the creamy and cheesy essence of a true cheesecake. Having ordered the melon flavor, the light fragrance and elusively light sweetness of the melon harmonizes with the cheesecake, allowing you to taste everything so long as you take time to savor.

1 Zubir Said Drive, #02-01 School of the Arts, Singapore 227968

Bloomsbury Bakers

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Like their shop’s name, the  cakes there look and taste just as atas. Ok, this recommendation is a little different from my usual ramblings about cheesecakes because I am urging you all to give the Chocolate Stout a try. The bitterness of Guinness Stout is simultaneously offset and enhanced by the dark chocolate, giving the cake itself and its cream a consistent but refreshing bittersweet flavor. This is truly an excellent way to get high without failing any breathalyzer test.

Bloomsbury Bakers, 30 Bendemeer Road, #01-889, Singapore 330030


Windowsill Pies

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Having recommended quite a bit of cakes, I am starting to feel a little guilty for ignoring the pie and here are two really tasty ones from Windowsill. Let’s begin with Camp Symmetry. It is a time-tested popular original creation that is filled with white chocolate ganache, topped with white truffle-infused cookie streusel, and finished with candied thyme and a meringue mushroom. In short, this atas-sounding pie taste just as atas and is definitely worth every dime and calorie.

Windowsill Pies, 95 Soo Chow Walk, Singapore 575382

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