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24 Best Halal Bakeries In Singapore That Will Have You In Pastry Heaven


Sharifah Yusoff  •  Apr 05, 2017


[Updated: 4 November 2021] Singapore is home to many great things - food, shopping, and beautiful attractions! But nothing lights us up more than the scent of halal freshly baked pastries, cakes and more. Wondering which bakery is halal in Singapore? Thankfully, there are many places in Singapore that can satisfy our sweet tooth. ? We've compiled this list of halal bakeries in Singapore for you! Read on to find out more about where to get your hands on some yummy pastries.

Best halal bakery in Singapore

1. Mother Dough Bakery

Mother Dough is an artisanal bakery situated at Jln Kledek. Prior to setting up Mother Dough bakery here in Singapore, its baker, Naadhira spent 4 years in New York perfecting the art of bread-making. They definitely serve some of the best pastries we've ever tried in Singapore, and their freshly-baked sourdough bread is full of flavour. Some of the must-try delights here include their signature Almond Croissant and Chocolate Almond Croissant - our office's personal favourites! ? Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 3 Jln Kledek, Singapore 199259 Instagram

2. All Things Delicious

Credit: All Things Delicious on Facebook All Things Delicious' desserts are made using organic unrefined sugar , a better (and guilt-free!) alternative to high-fructose corn syrup or refined cane sugar. To quote them, "We do it the old-fashioned way because we wouldn't want to serve you anything less than very good." ? Make sure to try their scones before you leave - airy with pockets of butter that enhance the taste and texture of this traditional dessert, they're some of the best scones we've had! Another crowd favourite is the Sticky Toffee Pudding. Served with warm toffee sauce that's made from scratch, you've got to give this amazing dessert a shot! Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 34 Arab Street, Singapore 199733 Facebook

3. Fluff Bakery

For your cupcake fix, head over to Fluff Bakery! These pretty cupcakes definitely live up to their name - soft and fluffy, you'll want to sink your teeth into these soft pastries filled with delicious fillings that'll make you forget about thunderstorms ? The cupcakes come in every flavour from traditional favourites like salted caramel or red velvet, to locally-inspired treats like bandung or goreng pisang chocolate cheese! Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Reopening soon in 795 North Bridge Road Instagram

4. Tartbox by Meenbakes

 Credit: Tartbox by Meenbakes  Tartbox by Meenbakes is a Muslim-owned establishment opened by a pastry graduate who felt that Singapore's halal dessert scene was missing tasty and affordable tarts. Here, customers can enjoy tarts on a casual basis, just like getting a box of donuts or cupcakes ?
Credit: Tartbox by Meenbakes They have a total of 9 flavours and 3 of them are special ones. You can purchase them in pieces of 3, 6 or 9. Check out their list of flavours: Regular Flavours:
  • Milo Dinosaur
  • Raspberry Swirl
  • Mint Chocolate
  • Bandung
  • Hazelnut Milk Chocolate
  • Coconut Mango
Special Flavours:
  • Coffee Walnut
  • Black Forest
  • Earl Grey Lavender
Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 12PM-7PM Address: 114 Lavender Street CT Hub 2 #01-35, 338729 How to order? Place your delivery or opt for self-collection through their website (Walk-in is available too!) Website | Facebook | Instagram

5. The French American Bakery

The French American Bakery is the latest bakery to open in Kampong Gelam! It's run by a team of two - Aishah, who is also the Head Baker, and her husband. Chef Aishah has 15 years of culinary experience in the pastry kitchen.  Don't miss out on specialties like its mixed fruit danish, blueberry cream cheese danish, pain au chocolat just  the classic le croissant. Their cinnamon rolls, creme brulee and kouign amann are high raved by customers too! Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 49, Haji Lane Facebook

6. Maison Sucree

Maison Sucree opened its doors in Redhill in November 2020 and it's pretty much a hidden gem ? They even have a new outlet at Balestier. Their croissants have received rave reviews from customers as it's buttery and soft on the inside and flaky on the outside. Take your pick of Almond, Butter and Chocolate Croissant as well as a seasonal croissant (like Rocher Nutella ?). The Lemon Meringue Tart, Signature Mille-Feuille and Paris-Brest are highly recommended too. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 63B Lengkok Bahru,# 01-362, 298 Balestier Road S329736 Facebook

7. Woodlands Sourdough

Tucked away in a small shop at Upp Thomson, Woodlands Sourdough has earned a reputation for some of the best sourdough bakes in the area. Its owners - husband and wife pair Nur and Chalith - took some time off to travel and reopened their store in late-2019. Check out their cinnamon buns, decadent brownies and blondies and other bakes on their changing menu. Their Rye Hazelnut Almond Brownie is known for its moist texture and generous servings of hazelnut. Another popular item is their Rye Chocolate Prune Tea Cake which is rich in chocolate and the sweetness of the prune balances out the taste of the cake ? Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 183 Upper Thomson Rd, #01-03, Singapore 574332 Instagram

8. Konditori Artisan Bakes

If you've been to Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro and enjoyed the food over there, you'd be pleased to know that Konditori is run by the same people. ☺️ Their gorgeous treats are baked in-house without artificial flavouring, colouring, and preservatives. Be sure to try out the best-seller Semla Bun! Though it may look like a choux puff, the pastry is a little thicker, and the cream isn't as sweet. It's definitely a treat you won't regret! If you have room for more sweet treats, the Swedish cinnamon bun, buttery black forest croissant, and strawberry cream cheese danish are pretty good as well! Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 33 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199451 Facebook

9. Boms & Buns

This bakery is established by Singaporean celebrity couple Syarif and Malaque , the dynamic duo behind everyone's favourite churro place, Chulop!. Adorably called 'Boms', this bakery serves freshly-baked choux puffs in five different flavours: Nutella, salted caramel, kaya butter, susu keju, and Belgian chocolate. Don't miss out on their cinnamon buns too! Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 430 Upper Changi Rd, #01-54 East Village, Singapore 487048 Facebook

10. East Manhattan

East Manhattan is a Manhattan-inspired bakery that serves daily fresh bakes including sourdough bread, sweet brioche bread, cakes, tarts, muffins and more! They even have gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-less options. With flavours like sourdough olive, sourdough multigrain walnut, and spinach rosemary you can choose between sweeter or more savoury herb-flavoured bread depending on your tastes! Don't forget to try their cakes and pastries too like New York cheesecake, locally-inspired Butter Ondeh Ondeh, and sweeter mousse cakes in Strawberry, Mango, and Chocolate. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 30 E Coast Rd, #01-04, Singapore 428751 Instagram

11. The Royals Cafe

Known as Singapore's "no. 1 halal cakes specialist", you'd definitely be spoilt for choice by The Royals' huge selection of cakes. ? Their gorgeous rainbow cake is made up of multiple layers of light sponge cake layered with zesty lemon buttercream icing that tastes incredibly soft and light. If you're in for something heavier, give their salted caramel cake a shot. It's a marvellous chocolate cake laced in rich caramel buttercream icing; perfect for chocolate lovers out there! ? Halal status: Halal-certified Instagram

12. Lynn's Cakes

Looking for somewhere cosy to catch up with friends over a cup of tea and some delicious sweet treats? Lynn's Cakes is definitely one of our top choices as this place gives off a really warm and comfortable vibe that we really like. ☺️ The cakes served over here vary on a daily basis, but we can assure you that the quality of each cake remains top-notch regardless. Classic favourites include their Dark Chocolate Heaven Cake, Rainbow Cake, and Oreo Cheesecake! Lynn's Cakes also offer make-to-order cakes where you get to customize your own cake. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 11 Eng Kong Terrace, Singapore 598983 Facebook

13. Butter Studio

There's no place like home - and home is what you'll taste at Butter Studio! Despite the modern-looking appearance of the cakes, the recipe used is definitely traditional and have been handed down over generations. If you're a fan of Nutella, you definitely have to try the Sea Salt Nutella Tart too! The sea salt cuts through the sweetness of the creamy hazelnut spread, so it isn't overly sweet. ? Head over to their bakery cafe at Jalan Besar for a mix of sweet and savoury bites, or pop by any of their outlets to pick up your tasty treats. Halal status: Halal-certified Facebook

14. Délifrance

Credit: Delifrance Singapore on Facebook Délifrance has been in Singapore for over 30 years and it's celebrating its 36 years' anniversary this year. You might be familiar with their egg and tuna croissant sandwiches, baguettes and madeleines as pastries which you grew up with. But in line with its anniversary, Délifrance will also be introducing new items to their menu, from decadent crown danishes to matcha or raspberry croissants, chouquettes and more! Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours and outlets: Check out their website Facebook

15. Breadwerks

It's pretty difficult to find a halal bakery that serves traditional pastries. Located at Joo Chiat, Breadwerks serves some really yummy traditional pastries that not only look good but taste good as well! Despite the unassuming exterior, you'll be amazed at the variety of bakes they have once you step into the shop. We personally love their small fruit tarts which are perfect for munching on-the-go. You can't leave this bakery without buying their signature Tapak Kuda (cake roll) either. They have a range of unique flavours ranging from Horlicks to Milo, and it's really the generous amount of filling that keeps us coming back for more! Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 81 Joo Chiat Road #01-02/03, Singapore 427725 Facebook

16. Swee Heng 1989 Classic

Swee Heng Bakery has been around for many years which means that most Singaporeans probably know about it. But they recently started a new line under Swee Heng 1989 Classic, offering premium options which guarantee only the finest and freshest of ingredients! If you're looking for something interesting that blends a traditional treat with a more modern flavour, you might want to try this Polo Egg Tart - a cross between egg tarts and bread. They also have modern fusion twists like Purple Potato Yam Mochi Tarik stuffed with chewy yam mochi, and Earl Grey Strawberry cake with Earl Grey mascarpone cream and sweet strawberry compote! Halal status: Halal-certified Facebook

17. Julie Bakes

Nestled along Baghdad Street, Julie Bakes offers some of the most unique and locally flavoured cakes . You'll find flavours such as Badak Berendam, Ondeh-Ondeh, and even Chendol over here! Of course, if you prefer more traditional flavours, they offer ones like Nutella, Kinder Bueno, and Chocolate Milkshake too! There's definitely something for everyone over here. ? Their Nutella Tarts are also a popular and best-selling Raya treat so rest assured that your guests will be impressed with them. ? Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 14 Baghdad St, Singapore 199653 Facebook 

18. Swissbake

You've probably seen Swissbake's retail bakeries in a supermarket or walked past a Swissbake Cafe in the mall. Well, did you know all the bread and pastries sold in this Swiss chain are freshly-baked? And that's not all! They've got a variety of cakes that are perfect for an afternoon tea or a catch-up session with your loved ones. If you're craving something savoury instead, try their gourmet Kraftwich sandwiches! With ingredients ranging from smoked salmon to beef pastrami, these sandwiches are worth the price and will fill you up for the day. Halal status: Halal-certified Facebook

19. Sweet Tooth Addiction

Sweet Tooth Addiction's signature cheesecakes will satisfy your taste buds, but make sure to try their bite-sized dessert jars too! Plus if you can't get enough tapak kuda , get their version that comes in a classic Nutella flavour, the more unique red velvet Nutella, and strawberry Ovomaltine Nutella! For more savoury cravings, you'll be excited to hear that the bakery has a hot kitchen too serving up everything from pasta to pizza to sandwiches. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 216 Joo Chiat Rd #01-08, Singapore 427483 Instagram

20. Shubby Sweets

We've talked a lot about cupcakes in this list so far, but now it's time to look at a bakery known for their choux pastry! Shubby Sweets' Choux au Craquelin is a perfect blend of crispy and fluffy, with sweet toppings like Dulce de Leche and Double Chocolate Lava that will have you craving for more! Apart from choux puffs, they also sell cheesecake, brownies, blondies, and halal tiramisu too! The menu rotates on a weekly basis and includes flavours such as Salted Caramel Peanut Butter, Nutella, and Speculoos Biscoff. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 42, Chai Chee Street, #01-68, Singapore 461042 Facebook

21. Pita Bakery

Who said bakeries only had to sell sweet treats? ? Located along Bali Lane, Pita Bakery is the place to head to if you're craving authentic Mediterranean goodies like bagels and pita bread in all types of flavours! You can buy a slice to eat as you wander around the area, or sit down for a hearty meal of freshly baked bread topped with vegetables, hummus, falafel and more. Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 29 Bali Lane, Singapore 189865 Facebook

22. Fitri Creations Halal Bakery

This tiny bakery in the North of Singapore has everything from cupcakes to waffles to chocolate lava cake, and so much more. Opened in 2019, Fitri Creations is definitely a welcome addition to the bakery scene in SG for their wide range of flavours and types of pastries! They also take orders for custom cakes, showing off their truly amazing range of skills. We can't imagine being able to get macarons and chocolate lava cake at the same place anywhere else. ? Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: Sembawang - 361 Sembawang Crescent #01-02, Sun Natura, Singapore 750361 Yishun - 103 Yishun Ring Rd, Chong Pang City #01-101, Singapore 760103 Facebook

23. Polar Puffs & Cakes 

Credit: Polar Puffs & Cakes on Facebook  If Polar Puffs & Cakes  isn't on the radar of your go-to halal bakeries, then that changes today! Drop by this lovely pastry spot with friends and family over the weekend and get ready to fall in love at the first bite of their delicious creations. Have their signature savoury pastry, the chicken pie, or even their all-time favourite, the otah puff. Any pastry enthusiast will agree that these delectable goods are anything but amazing. Don't just stop at the pastries, this bakery also makes cakes that are just as scrumptious! Explore the endless variety of cakes they offer like royal chocolate fudge, mango paradise, the classic cheesecake and of course, their well-loved sugar rolls. Halal status: Halal-certified Facebook

24. Wonders Bakery

Operating from their store at Arab Street, Wonders Bakery is a quiet and aesthetic bakery started out by selling customised cakes and offering dessert table services for special events. However, once they opened a walk-in store, customers could enjoy both their lovely treats and their beautiful outlet all at once! Check out their range of colourful cupcakes, decadent croissants and dessert in a cup. Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 111 Arab Street, Singapore 199807 Instagram So, there you go! Give these bakeries a taste, and we promise you won't be two-tiered of them! Which one will emerge as the cream of the crop? ?