Kids love sugar, so bringing them to a dessert parlor after a family outing will be the best way to end any family day! There are so many dessert places to choose from around Singapore, so which ones have the best (and cutest!) options you may ask? Scroll down to find out!
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For kids who are obsessed with ice cream, this little cafe is going to their favorite! Choose from a variety of yummy flavors from Summer Strawberries to Roasted Pistachio, and top it off with freshly baked Belgian waffles! It’ll be a superb treat for the whole family, and the kids will be wowed when they see how delectable the whole dish looks. The cafe also has a selection of coffee and tea that you can sip on while enjoying your sweets.
Sunday Folks, 44 Jln Merah Saga, #01-52 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278116, www.sundayfolks.com
Baristart Coffee isn’t exactly a dessert parlour — they serve savory dishes as well — but their dessert menu is definitely worth a mention! Baristart’s flavorful range of Japanese desserts not only taste delightful, they also look splendid. For something simple, go for their cream puffs or fruit sando. Kids might prefer a dessert dish that’s a little cuter through, like their Shiro Kuma shaved ice that looks like an adorable bear.
Baristart Coffee, 65 Tras St, Singapore 079004, www.baristartcoffee.sg
Cake Spade has got some of the most whimsical desserts in Singapore! Every single one is bright and colorful, so your kids will have a ball of a time choosing their picks. From smiley cakes to flamingo sugar cookies, each sweet has its own unique taste and personality. They’ve even just opened a new bakery at Ann Siang Hill with the cutest interior. The outside of the bakery is just as cute with pink walls filled with painted heart shapes — perfect for a photo op with the family!
Cake Spade, 283 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058832, www.cakespade.com
There are so many choices at Tigerlily Patisserie. The cafe has sweet pastries like their Maple Pecan Cruffin and Chocolate Babka, plus take-home options like the scrumptious Raspberry Calamansi Gateau de Voyage and Speculoos Cookies. The highlight though, is definitely their cakes. Your kids will go wild when they see the adorable Beehive cake or beautiful Pink Guava & Pear cake. But not only do these look pretty, they taste absolutely wonderful as well!
Tigerlily Patisserie, 350 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427598, www.tigerlilypatisserie.com
Want something more traditional? Ah Chew Desserts has been the go-to place for traditional local desserts for a long time! There are so many choices on the menu, but some of the more popular ones include their Mango Pomelo Sago and Black Glutinous Rice. If you want something hot, try their White Fungus Papaya With Almond or Gingo Barley Beancurd Skin Soup. This is an ideal dessert shop to frequent since you can try something new from their extensive menu during each visit!
Ah Chew Desserts, 1 Liang Seah Street,
#01-10/11 Liang Seah Place, Singapore 189032, www.ahchewdesserts.com
The sweets at Flor Patisserie are truly heavenly. This little Japanese bakery serves a wide variety of desserts, including sliced cakes, whole cakes and even chiffon cakes. Each one is beautifully decorated, and the flavors definitely won’t disappoint either. They’ve also got signature ice cheese tarts that are unique and delicious, available in different flavors such as maple and earl grey. These cheese tarts are also individually packed so you can bring some home to store in your freezer for later.
Flor Patisserie, www.cakeflor.com.sg
L'eclair serves some of the best eclairs in Singapore! Their selects include flavors like Ispahan, Dark Chocolate and Salted Caramel, and each one is rich in flavor and melts in your mouth. They’re also really pretty, so the kids will definitely like the presentation. If the family would like some to enjoy savory treats before digging in to some eclairs, the cafe also has a brunch menu that includes croissants, soup and salads.
L'eclai Patisserie, 190 Clemenceau Ave, #01-28 Singapore Shopping Centre, Singapore 239924, www.leclair.com.sg
Mr Homes Bakehouse has finally come to Singapore, and they’ve brought along with them their scrumptious cruffins! There are interesting flavors like Coconut Cream, Raspberry Mocha and Dirty Chai, and they’ve also got Banoffee, Strawberry Lemonade and White Chocolate Macadamia donuts. That’s not even alll; Mr Holmes Bakehouse’s menu even includes a long list of pastries that you and the kids can choose from and enjoy!
Mr Holmes Bakehouse, 9 Scotts Rd, #01-01/02/03 Pacific Plaza, Singapore 228210, www.mrholmesbakehouse.sg
What’s the best kind of dessert on a hot day? Bingsu, of course! Drop by O’ma Spoon and order one of their Milk Snow Bingsu to share as a family after a day of outdoor activities since it’ll be a refreshing treat that the kids can enjoy. Each Bingsu is rather large — and generously topped with toppings — so we’d recommend sharing. The cafe also has oven baked thick honey butter bread, another popular dessert from Korea!
O'ma Spoon, 313 Orchard Rd, #04 - 32, Singapore 238895, www.facebook.com/omaspoonkoreandessert
If your kids are constantly craving for chocolate, bring them to Wimbly Lu for a treat! Their desserts are rich and super yummy, and there’s an interesting array to choose from as well. Indulge in a Nutella Pie or Sour Cherry Cheesecake, or simply dig into their scrumptious chocolate truffles! These signature truffles come in various flavors, including milk, matcha and even champagne. Wash the desserts down with a nice cup of hot chocolate or kombucha after.
Wimbly Lu, 15-2 Jln Riang, Singapore 358987, www.wimblylu.com