What do you do if you have a sweet tooth and are constantly craving for some sweets? Go on a dessert hunt to find the best desserts around town of course! After eating all that amazing food (salted egg yolk, burgers, themed cafes…), you’ll definitely need to end it off with amazing desserts. Watch our video below and find out where you can get the best halal desserts in Singapore!
The churros craze hit town sometime last year and it’s definitely here to stay. We don’t know about you, but we would NEVER say no to some crunchy churros! And if we’re talking about this delightful Spanish doughnut, where better to visit than Chulop?
Crispy on the outside, so soft on the inside. Chulop is definitely our favourite place to get our churros cravings satisfied. Not only do they make amazing churros dusted with cinnamon sugar, we’re also in love with their dips! We’re talking about their oh-so-delicious Mexican chocolate and Spanish caramel dip.
If you love chocolate, you’ll definitely be pleasantly surprised by the Mexican chocolate dip, which has a tinge of spice and it’s not too sweet. The Spanish caramel dip reminds us of salted caramel but it isn’t too overpowering.
Be sure to check out their special flavours via their Instagram account (@chulopsg), with flavors such as Pandan with gula Melaka dip, Cookie Crunch and even Choc and Cheese.
#HHWT Tip: Visit Tang Teahouse to get your dim sum fix and head over to Chulop for dessert! You can walk off those extra calories too 😛
Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm – 8pm
Sat& Sun 1pm-9pm
Address: East Village,430 Upper Changi Road #01-93/94 (487048)
2. IceBox Cafe
Singapore’s crazy hot weather calls for a refreshing dessert, all day err day! And what can be more refreshing than the bingsu (Korean shaved ice) at Ice Box?! Like the bingsu in Korea, the ones served in Ice Box come with finely shaved ice and extremely generous toppings. You’re definitely getting every penny’s worth.
We tried both the Injeolmi (traditional Korean rice cake) and the Mixed Berries Tickles (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries). The Injeolmi bingsu is perfect if you’re a fan of nutty and chewy snacks. The shaved ice is topped with soybean powder, homemade Korean rice cakes and nuts to go along.
And if you’re looking for something refreshing, we definitely recommend the Mixed Berries Tickles. We absolutely love the amount of berries we got for this bingsu and it’s surprisingly not too sweet either. It also comes with a scoop of ice cream if all that shaved ice isn’t enough to cool you down 😛
If you’re still not satisfied, do check out their insanely huge milkshakes! You’ll definitely need to bring all your friends down to share the desserts.
Opening Hours: Tues to Thu – 12noon to 10pm. Fri to Sun – 12noon to 11pm. Closed on Mondays.
Address: 89 Rangoon Road #01-02, 218375
3. Butter Studio
If you’re looking for a cosy café to hang out and have your cakes and tarts, look no further. Butter Studio is a short walk away from all the halal cafes around the Bugis area and it’s perfect to grab a cake and drink after your meal!
We’re absolutely in love with their The Ispahan, which is a lychee rose cake that is smells so fragrant with the scent of rose and tastes really moist and not overly sweet. Definitely making another trip back just for this cake!
Their signature Salted Caramel Red Velvet cake was a pleasant surprise too, as we’re not often used to both flavours in one cake. It’s a little on the sweet side, so if you have a sweet tooth, this is your cake for sure!
Besides cakes, Butter Studio also serves some amazing tarts. We tried the Sea Salt Nutella and Speculoos Cream Cheese tarts, which were both really really good. If you love your chocolate, you have to order the nutella tart. We love the slight tinge of saltiness to the sweet hazelnut flavor. And of course, if you love caramelized biscuits, the speculoos tart will definitely not let you down.
#HHWT Tip: Butter Studio has two other outlets in One KM as well as Takashimaya B2 Food Hall, so do check them out if you’re in the area!
Opening Hours: Sun to Thurs – 10.30am to 10pm
Fri to Sat – 10.30am to 12midnight
Address: 147 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208865
4. Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring
Nothing like a good ole traditional dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth! You can never go wrong with the putu piring. We highly recommend eating this when it’s freshly made and steaming hot.
The putu piring is really soft and practically melts in your mouth. We really love how they managed to get the right amount of gula melaka so it wasn’t overly sweet and the flavor is perfectly balance with the grated coconut on top.
It’s also not an overly heavy dessert, so it’s perfect anytime of the day whether you’re looking for something sweet to end off your meal or a tea time snack!
Opening Hours: Mon to Thu – 11am to 10pm
Fri to Sat – 11am to 11pm
Sunday – 10am to 10pm
Address: 970 Geylang (Onan Road) #01-12 OR Geylang Serai Market
5. Fluff Bakery
We’ve raved countless times about the bakes at Fluff Bakery and of course, for our list of best desserts, we just couldn’t miss out on Fluff! We just love that they are constantly coming up with new flavours and bakes. For this visit, we were lucky to try one of their new flavors, virgin strawberry mojito cupcake. Along with some of our favourites, triple nutella and red velvet nutella!
We really love how light the virgin strawberry mojito cupcake was and as with all their cupcakes, very moist and fluffy! (No pun intended :P)
Of course, if you’re a chocolate lover, look out for their wide range of chocolate cupcakes such as german chocolate, dark-milk-white chocolate, etc. If you’re looking for something huuuge to satisfy that craving, then you definitely have to try their man cake!
But of course, every visit to Fluff Bakery will leave you spoilt for choice, as they have so many bakes to choose from – cupcakes, tarts, cakes and even cookies!
#HHWT Tip: Don’t forget to check the flavours of the week on their Instagram page @fluffbakery before heading down!
Opening Hours: Tue to Sat – 12noon to 7.30pm, or till their bakes sell out. Closed on Mondays and Sundays
Address: 4 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199079