Sweet Spots is proud to feature the inaugural list of Singapore’s Top 50 Dessert Establishments in 2023!
With desserts as light as buttery clouds, Fluff Stack is the go-to destination for affordable, high-quality soufflé pancakes.
Plain Vanilla is a cherished brunch spot known for its chic alfresco seating, beautifully plated treats, and a smooth coffee selection.
Garden Pastry & Cake 嘉頓
The enticing aroma of neighbourhood bakeries holds a special place in every Singaporean’s heart, and Garden Pastry & Cake remains an enduring local favourite for the most toothsome bites.
Renowned for their Mille Crêpe cakes, this iconic brand is a must-visit for those who appreciate refined confections.
For 25 years, Awfully Chocolate has been the premier destination for fine chocolate, satisfying chocoholics with accessible, delectable offerings.
Malaysia Boleh @ Jurong Point
Malaysia Boleh! offers a reliable hawker experience featuring a wide variety of Malaysian street cuisine, recognised fondly by Singaporeans as a close cousin to their own.
For fans of gooey, chunky cookies, Nasty Cookie’s overloaded smorgasbord is a must-try, so good it’s almost ‘nasty’!
Founded in 2005 out of a profound love for ice cream, Tom’s Palette has gained substantial experience in crafting unconventional treats in a wide variety of flavours.
Perfecting the fusion of Japanese-Italian cuisine, this fine dining experience hits the mark with style and taste.
Hidden in one of Singapore’s oldest residential hubs, Creamier specialises in handcrafted, comforting ice cream treats made with top-quality ingredients.
Offering an array of picture-perfect confections, Nesuto Singapore seamlessly combines Japanese culinary techniques with well-executed French patisserie.
Founded by a husband and wife duo, K’s Keria has garnered a loyal fanbase for their delicious, donut-like kueh keria.
Chef Otto Weibel at White Marble delivers an exciting exploration of Mediterranean flavors with a keen focus on the region’s signature hospitality.
LUNA’s sweet creations are a testament to the artful techniques that turn basic pastry ingredients into masterpieces.
The Deli at Goodwood Park Hotel
Amid the luxurious surroundings of Goodwood Park Hotel, The Deli offers a takeaway selection of baked goods and charming confections.
Smile Dessert Bugis
If you’ve strolled through Bugis, you’ve probably seen the vibrant 3-story Dessert Cafe adorned in pink. Smile Dessert is the go-to spot for quality desserts and Instagram-worthy photos.
Seeking a nostalgia trip? Look no further than Granny’s Pancake, known for their Asian-style pancakes, among the best in town.
75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup
With over 70 years of experience, 75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup is your best bet for a wholesome, traditional dessert that feels like a warm hug.
Meaning “a gathering place for conversation” in Hindi, ADDA presents a captivating celebration of contemporary Indian street food.
As Singapore’s first ice cream parlour producing premium, handcrafted ice cream, this iconic brand revolutionised the introduction of local flavours.
A halal-certified Japanese-style patisserie, Fruit Paradise focuses on the revitalising qualities of fresh, unadulterated fruits in their simplest tarts.
Udders Ice Cream
Udders, a homegrown ice cream parlor, has garnered a loyal local fanbase with their sugar-light treats and inventive alcoholic scoops.
Yolé is an acclaimed brand serving guilt-free, dairy-free frozen yogurt with 0% added sugar, offering a delightful introduction to delicious treats.
Four Seasons Cendol
Cendol, a Nusantara cuisine classic, is celebrated at this humble stall known for serving one of the best renditions in Singapore.
Ah Chew Desserts
Ah Chew Desserts, one of Singapore’s most well-known dessert joints, is famed for its extensive menu, making it a must-visit spot for every dessert enthusiast.
Holy Cow Creamery
Holy Cow Creamery is an ice cream wonderland offering a fascinating array of flavours, from popcorn to savoury rojak.
Ice Dessert at Old Airport Road
This iconic hawker stall is a nostalgic destination where generations of locals reminisce about Singapore’s early dessert culture and cool off with refreshing local treats.
Origin + Bloom
Tucked away in Marina Bay Sands, this patisserie is a hidden oasis, offering gourmet pastries and creative confections inspired by European craftsmanship. It’s a place for mouthwatering ‘gram-worthy shots.
Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh
Serving ornate desserts since 1988, Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh has blossomed from its humble beginnings as a home kitchen business.
Si Chuan Dou Hua
Specialising in Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine, this fine dining restaurant is renowned for its authentic flavours, including tea and dessert.
Located on iconic Haji Lane, Halal-certified Honeybee serves visually stunning parfaits loaded with on-brand ingredients in generous portions.
A minimalist teahouse with a comprehensive menu of Japanese tea blends, perfect for discerning matcha and hojicha lovers seeking vegan-friendly options.
Tiong Bahru Bakery
A beloved fixture in Tiong Bahru, this iconic sweet spot is famous for its ambiance and vibrant viennoiserie.
Yhingthai Palace Restaurant
With six consecutive Michelin Bib Gourmand awards, this restaurant sets a sophisticated standard for Thai cuisine, promising satisfied appetites and contented bellies.
Pancake Cafe belle-ville at Bugis Junction
The first overseas branch of a popular Japanese franchise, Pancake Cafe Belle-Ville is celebrated for its thick, wobbly pancakes, signature tea, and cozy vibes.
Dessert Bowl 一碗甜品
A hidden gem cherished by die-hard fans across the island, Dessert Bowl beckons dessert lovers to enjoy frosty dessert bowls in the charming foodie hub of Serangoon Gardens.
Catkins by Huishan
Catkins by Huishan, led by Chef Hui Shan, takes dessert to a fine-dining level, setting a standard with a celebrated dessert omakase.
Located in a loft above a Tanjong Pagar shophouse, Cotta offers a cozy atmosphere that perfectly complements its stylish menu.
Ji De Chi Dessert 记得吃 at Rivervale Mall
Ji De Chi is a famous spot among foodies, offering a multitude of local flavors and desserts to satisfy every palate.
Mei Heong Yuen Dessert
In the heart of Chinatown, Mei Heong Yuen Dessert has been crafting delightful dessert bowls to quench the thirst of sunny city locals for years.
Rempapa celebrates Singapore’s diversity with elevated heritage cuisine from Peranakan, Chinese, Malay, Indian, and Eurasian kitchens.
2:AM dessert bar
Created by the renowned Chef Janice Wong, 2am: dessertbar is the go-to spot for those who adore both sweet and savoury treats.
Hiding in Conrad Hotel, Dolcetto is an artisanal pasticceria gem with a touch of alfresco charm. Their classic confections are a delight for the sweet tooth.
Yat Ka Yan Dessert 一家人
At Fortune Centre, Yat Ka Yan brings back old-school desserts, making it a local secret and the perfect introduction to traditional fare.
Sunday Folks Holland Village
Nestled in Holland Village, Sunday Folks is a charming ice cream haven known for its handcrafted desserts and irresistible coffee.
Birds of Paradise
This luxurious creamery is famed for its inventive ice cream offerings, catering to the Southeast Asian palate with classic and innovative flavours.
Tigerlily is a dream come true for floral foodies! Led by Chef Maxine, their nature-inspired menu is as beautiful as it is delicious.
Tarte by Cheryl Koh
Led by Chef Cheryl Koh, Asia’s Best Pastry Chef in 2016, this dessert store focuses on flavor over intricacy, showcasing precision and finesse.
Hats off to this eco-conscious dessert brand, committed to plant-based ingredients and green practices without sacrificing quality.
Le Matin Patisserie
Le Matin Patisserie is the ultimate cafe for viennoiserie enthusiasts, offering French-inspired delights crafted with exquisite global ingredients.