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10 Best Desserts in Singapore Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best dessert Singapore has to offer to satisfy your craving for something sweet after a tight meal? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of dessert eateries below.

Lee’s Confectionery

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Do you love desserts inspired by French fare? Lee’s Confectionery is one such dessert cafe that is set up by a young man who went to Paris and worked under famous patissiers. He brought them to the neighbourhood heartland in Jurong.

The Tart is one of the best pastry in the cafe at $8 a pop. It is made up of tangy lime cream and dense cream around the centre of the cake. Another good dessert that comes from this cafe is the Jiao, which has some banana compote and mascapone on the fluffy banana cake.

Denzy Gelato

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This cafe is another good heartland hangout in the neighbourhood of Bishan. There is a good mixture of gelato with the saffron-flavoured Persian Prince, Pear, Ginger, and Ginger Flower, which clinched the award of the best flavour once at Singapore Gelato Championship. The Roasted Pistachio gelato is another must try with lots of nuts and light toast. With various ice cream scoop options available, you are definitely spoilt for choice here!

Beverly Hills Cheesecake

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Have you heard of Cheesecake Factory from the USA? Do you love one of the best cheesecakes in Singapore with origins from that grand country itself? Read more about this dessert cafe in Singapore.

KURA

KURA is an interesting dessert cafe worth exploring in the heartlands. They serve little plated desserts which are just nice for affordability. Some of their best dessert options are the Apple Almond Tart and the Earl Grey Tart. People love the latter more for its good blend of chocolate and nuts with bergamot and chai in the recipe. But if you love a more fruity dessert, the Apple Almond Tart is complete with green apple flavour and the almond cream in the centre.

Elixir Boutique Roasters

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Do you love French style desserts? The Brulee French Toast is one of the good desserts in this cafe. With an attractive brunch meals on its list, read more about this cafe as a dessert cum brunch eatery.

Petit Pain

This bakery at Joo Chiat was opened by former baker of Artisan Boulangerie Co. There are many sweet treats you can get from here – the Pain Au Chocolat, Orange Chocolate Escargot and the Apple Danish. The pastries are very full of chocolate sweetness in them. It is good for you to mix some chocolate cream with their buttery bread croissant in your dessert meals.

Dopa Dopa Creamery

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Do you love ice cream on flaky buttery croissant? Dopa Dopa Creamery is able to get you some mix of ice cream with bread as its desserts. Read more about the dessert food in this dessert eatery.

OLLELLA

OLLELLA is a local brand and is great for their traditional kueh and pretty looking eclairs. The kueh are Indonesian style actually.

If you love artisanal desserts with beautiful outlooks, this is certainly the cafe for you to patronise. The Intense Dark Chocolate and the Raspberry Pistachio are the cool favourites that come out of this eatery. The former has some chocolate streusel and rich chocolate cream, while the latter has some tart fresh raspberry cream that tantalises people with sweet tooth.

Olivia Restaurant & Lounge

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Do you love to eat other good cheesecake in Singapore? Olivia’s is the place for such sweet delicacy for you to immerse yourself in. Read more about this dessert cafe.

Voyage Patisserie

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Tiong Bahru is not without good hip cafes found in the heartlands. They not only attract nearby HDB dwellers, but also attract many other tourists. Chef owner was well trained in France before he came to this. Though the prices are quite on the premium side, they are worth the eat. The Le Pain Perdu consists of warm French brulee toast that contrasts with the cold icy Hokkaido milk ice cream. Another dessert option you can get from this cafe is the Bassenay Black Cherry Tart, which comprises of French cherries soaked, whipped cream and sponge cake in one dessert dish.

Have you tried any of the dessert cafes and bakeries listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours? 

Whatever your thoughts are on our list of the best dessert Singapore has to offer, let us know what you think and comment below!

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