9 best places to have churros in S’pore coz now no queue le mah!


Last Updated on 2016-05-19 , 1:35 pm

Yes, we know the craze is over and everyone is going gaga over the new “salted egg yoke croissant” but churros are still churros. Even though they’re no longer popular, hot and freshly made churros are still worth your money. And now, you no longer have to wait for your churros because… no queue le mah!

Churros 101

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Originated from the land of kimchi, it’s definitely the thing to go for when you’re in Bugis. And especially for you singles out there, Churros 101 is definitely the place to go because its better than a boyfriend. Hailed all the way from Korea, including the ingredients and not just the brand itself, it had certainly made its mark in the plain-looking Bugis+ mall. Back in its heyday, the queues were long and never-ending.

Bugis Plus, 201 Victoria Street, #04-01, Singapore 188067
Operating hours: 
Daily: 10am-10pm




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The fattest churros one can possibly have. Though the price may be slightly steep, we can assure you that GRUB’s churros are worth the bang for your buck. Crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, this is surely everyone’s favourite tea-time snack.

510 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 569983
Operating hours: 
Daily: 11am-1030pm


Churros Factory
If you’re thinking that Churros are too “angmoh-ish” in their flavours, Churros Factory is probably the shop for you then. Their ondeh-ondeh is to-die-for. Nope, we’re not exaggerating. Mixing foreign delights with local flavours, we’re pretty sure that only Churros Factory is capable of coming up with it.

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Common Man Coffee Roasters

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If you’re looking for something that is of less sweet and of less oily, this shop is probably what you should go for. Unlike the other churros which tends to be slightly tougher, Common Man has a slightly softer texture and its chocolate dip slightly thinner. Perfect for those fitspo or health conscious.


Common Man Coffee Roasters:22 Martin Road #01-00 Singapore 239058
Operating hours:
Daily: 7am-6pm.


Habitat Coffee

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This place is of no stranger to all coffee lovers, but coffee isn’t the only thing that Habitat Coffee has to offer. Their crispy churros is a  perfect complement for your coffee.

223 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574355
Operating hours:
Tues-Fri:  11am – 10.30pm
Sat-Sun: 10.30am – 10.30pm



Cafe Iguana

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Beyond its taste, its dedication and hardwork is something that we all ought to be in awe of. Everything about their churros is handmade. Yes, when we say everything, it means everything. From the dough, to the batter, to the ice cream, to the chocolate sauce, its all hand made.  They probably add in something secretly to make us all hook onto it. Who knows!

30 Merchant Road, #01-03 Riverside Point, Singapore 058282 (Clarke Quay MRT)
Opening Hours:
4pm – 12am (Mon – Thurs), 4pm – 3am (Fri & Eve of PH), 12pm – 3am (Sat), 12pm – 12am (Sun)


Alegro Churros Bar

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If you’re a party-goer, you’re in luck! Alegro serves 28 pieces of bite sized churros for $12++ up till 3 am in Clarke Quay. Perfect for all nocturnal animals.

Location: 3D River Valley Rd, Singapore 179023
Operating hours:
Daily: 6pm-3am.


Salt Tapas & Bar

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If you happen to be shopping near Raffles City, you’ll need to try this for your tea time dessert. Served warm at the right temperature, the churros coated with generous cinnamon topping is enough to make you scream. Your afternoon date is made perfect with a chocolate dip.


Location:Salt tapas & Bar: 252 North Bridge Road, #01-22A Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Operating hours:
Monday-Thursday 1130am-10pm
Saturday 1130am-1030pm


Max Brenner Chocolate Bar

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Yes, we know that they’re known for their chocolates, but trust us, their churros isn’t of any inferior quality either. Their churros can be paired with fondues, which allow you to test out both their chocolate dips and their strawberry jam. And to all guys, if you’re looking for a place to impress your date, Max Brenner is to go for, because their presentation effort is simply 100%.

Max Brenner Chocolate Bar: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #01-116 VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Operating hours:
Monday-Thursday: 10am-10pm
Friday & Saturday 10am-11pm
Closed Sundays