Desserts are synonymous with happiness. They’re one of those things that make you happy no matter how down you feel. That’s why many people turn to sweets and chocolates when they’re feeling moody. In Singapore, we have our selection of delicious desserts from various cultures and they are sure to please all types of palates.

Sweet snacks from Japan, Korea, Thailand, France and many more places can be found at cafes all over the city.  Let’s look at the latest delicious desserts that you should try in Singapore:

1. Mango Sticky Rice Ice Cream at Oh My Mango

Ice cream mango sticky rice at Oh my Mango
Image credit: Oh My Mango Facebook

You’ve probably heard of mango sticky rice, the popular Thai dessert. Now you can get it at a whole new level, with some vanilla ice cream added in. Think of it as a fancier version of the traditional mango sticky rice. You can find this at Oh My Mango Dessert Bar in Jurong West. They specialize in mango based desserts so you can find other mango based favorites there including Mango Bingsu and Fresh Mango Toast. Each dessert retails for about $10- $15 each.

Oh My Mango Dessert Bar

  • Address: 762 JURONG WEST STREET 75 #01-334 SINGAPORE 640762, Singapore
  • Opening hours: Saturday to Thursday, 11.30am – 10pm; Closed on Friday
  • Contact no: +65 9066 0426

2. Golden Lava Danish Polo at Kazo

Golden lava polo Danish from Kazo
Image credit: Kazo Facebook

You may have heard about Danish pastries and Polo buns, but have you had them together? Kazo is a new snack stand that’s offering this new pastry in Singapore. It comes with several types of fillings including ice cream and creamy lava. So tempting!

One of their best sellers is the Golden Lava Danish Polo that’s oozing with a sweet yellow cream that contains salted egg. This is definitely a must try for those who are curious and you can get one for a mere $3.


  • Address: 133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point, #01-30, Singapore
  • Opening hours: Daily, 10am-9.30pm
  • Contact no: +65 6444 0188

3. Ondeh-Ondeh Softserve at Moosh

Ondeh ondeh soft serve at Moosh Singapore
Image credit: Moosh Instagram

Ondeh-ondeh is a traditional Malay kuih that’s small, green and covered with coconut shavings. It’s also known as buah Melaka and you usually have to consume it whole, as the center is filled with melted Gula Melaka or palm sugar. Now you can have this kuih in the form of a soft serve ice cream at Moosh, a completely halal dessert joint.

Their regular soft serves cost about $4-$4.50 whereas a larger cup will set you back about $5.50-$6. Apart from the Ondeh-Ondeh, they also have Nutella Brownie Cheesecake, Smores and Apple Crumble among their available flavors.


  • Address: 44 Haji Lane, Singapore 189237
  • Opening hours: Monday to Thursday, 12pm- 8pm; Friday to Sunday 12pm- 9pm
  • Contact: [email protected]

4. Chocolate Cube Hazelnut Latte at The Dark Gallery

Chocolate cube latteby the dark gallery
Image credit: The Dark Gallery Facebook

Deconstructed beverages were first introduced by modern cafes some time back, but this is something quite different. In this beverage by The Dark Gallery, you’ll get a set of frozen chocolate cubes, a pitcher of milk and a small cup of coffee. All you have to do is mix them all together and enjoy.

This latte set is available for $9 and The Dark Gallery also offers other artisanal desserts made from dark chocolate, including tarts, cakes, and waffles.

The Dark Gallery

  • Address: Millenia Walk ,#01-K5, 9 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039596
  • Opening hours: Daily, 11am – 9.30am
  • Contact no: +65 6255 0368

5. Japanese Soft Buns at Hattendo

Soft buns with creamy filling from Hattendo
Image credit: Hattendo Singapore Facebook

Hattendo is a Japanese dessert chain that specializes in making small soft buns with cream fillings. They’re so successful back home that they’ve taken their buns to Singapore and set up a store at Tanjong Pagar. Available soft bun flavors include Matcha, red bean, chocolate, whipped cream, and custard. Each bun is only $2.50, which is really affordable.


  • Address: 7 Wallich Street Tanjong Pagar Centre #01-05 Singapore 078884, Singapore
  • Opening hours: Mondays to Fridays, 10am-9pm; Saturdays and Sundays, 10am- 8pm
  • Contact no: +65 8321 0050

6. The Volcanic Avalanche at FroRoll

Volcanic Avalanche dessert by Froroll
Image credit: Froroll Facebook

You’re probably thinking that this name belongs in a National Geographic magazine, but it is a real dessert created by FroRoll, an artisanal dessert cafe in Tai Thong Crescent.

This impressive dessert is a raspberry molten lava cake covered with a dark chocolate cone. It melts away to reveal the cake beneath when a warm raspberry sauce is poured over it. Small pieces of toasted bread and brownies are sprinkled on the side for stunning effect. This dessert can be experienced for $15.80, only at FroRoll.


Address: 2 Tai Thong Crescent, The Venue Shoppes #01-26, Singapore
Opening hours: Daily, 11am to 11pm
Contact no: +65 6909 2085

Desserts that are delicious and look great for the ‘Gram

Did you know that some of these dessert shops do deliveries too? You’ll be able to enjoy them without even leaving home. You can definitely watch out for them on sites like Fave and Eatigo. Use our dining cashback promotions to get further discounts on your orders anytime.

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