If you haven’t heard, the nation-wide Sweet Spots campaign has wrapped up and released 2023’s pick for the Top 50 Dessert Establishments you need to visit in Singapore! For the first time ever, local sweet tooths had a chance to nominate their favourite dessert spots for recognition in the Sweet Spots guidebook, which is this year’s comprehensive list of the island’s must-try confections. The nominations went through meticulous rounds of appraisal that included criteria such as quality of taste, repeat visit factor, presentation and value for money, and from the resultant list was born Singapore’s first Sweet Spots guide.
This list spans the length and breadth of the island, so if you’re finding it hard to hit all the spots, you might be excited to hear that you can now try some of these iconic treats in one place!
For ONE DAY ONLY on 28th October 2023, Museum of Ice Cream Singapore will be hosting an exclusive event that sees five of the top spots takeover dessert stations in the museum! Ticket holders will be able to experience a vibrant wonderland of imaginative installations, unique playspaces, unlimited ice cream and five exclusive points to appreciate the craftsmanship and art of elite dessert-making. It’s going to be a day that celebrates the timeless wonder of culinary innovation, and here’s a sneak peek of the five dessert masters that will be gracing the sweetest spot in Dempsey!
Meaning “a gathering place for conversation” in Hindi, ADDA presents a captivating celebration of contemporary Indian street-food. This loungey eatery has well-earned its Michelin Plates for its savoury spread, which is wonderfully topped off by its sweet offerings like their Gulab Jamun Cheesecake.
Dessert highlight of the day: Gulab Jamun Cheesecake
We take our hats off to this socially and environmentally-aware dessert brand, who owns an incredible commitment to plant-based ingredients and green practices without compromising on quality!
Dessert highlight of the day: Sweet Potato Brownies and Ice Cream
Rempapa is a celebration of Singapore’s signature diversity, with heritage cuisine hailing from Peranakan, Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian kitchens. There are few spots that are as representative of Singapore’s culinary heritage, and elevates familiar flavours to refreshing heights!
Dessert highlight of the day: Kueh Kosui
Floral foodies will fall in love with this patisserie with a penchant for the botanical! Headed by Chef Maxine, Tigerlily’s nature-inspired menu is as gorgeous as it is delicious and a true delight for those that appreciate clean and bright flavours.
Dessert highlight of the day: Thai Lemon Basil Tart
White Marble’s Chef Otto Weibel delivers an exciting exploration of the Mediterranean palate, with a keen focus on the region’s signature hospitality. While their savoury spread is immaculate, we have a deep appreciation for their incredible sweet treats
Dessert highlight of the day: Medjool Date Cake
This one-time event will be happening soon, so don’t wait to reserve your tickets! Slots are filling up fast, so if you want to cop your spot at this exclusive event, book your tickets here today!
If you’d like to find out more about the winners and their stunning culinary works, or even just plan for your next dessert run, check out the comprehensive Singapore’s Top 50 list here on Sweet Spots!