10 Patisseries That Serves Unique And Interesting Desserts

Patisseries Singapore

I am sure many of you enjoy eating pastries and cakes, who would say no to desserts? Here are 10 Patisseries you should visit to get your hands on some unique and interesting desserts!

1. Awfully Chocolate - Well Known For Its Chocolatey And Fudgy Cakes

Awfully Chocolate

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Awfully Chocolate is a homegrown brand that many of us are familiar with. They are well known for the chocolatey and fudgy chocolate cake, the perfect cake for chocolate lovers. Each of their products are handmade daily to ensure freshness and quality.

Awfully Chocolate

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Some of their signature cakes are Chocolate Praline Cake, Caramel Brittle & Sea Salt Chocolate Cake and White Chocolate Butterscotch Block. These are made using premium ingredients and are unique as you won’t be able to get them anywhere else.

Awfully Chocolate

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, ION Orchard, #B4—50, Singapore 238801

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00am – 9:00pm

Contact Info: 6884 6377 | Awfully Chocolate Website | Awfully Chocolate Instagram

2. LUNA - Has Local Inspired Flavour Such As Orh Nee Cake


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LUNA Patisserie makes aesthetically pleasing desserts that will make anyone’s mouth water. Although their menu changes seasonally, you will still be able to find their best sellers – Orh Nee Cake, Matcha Opera and LUNA 2.0.

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Their Orh Nee Cake is definitely a must-try as it unique and it is inspired by local flavours. It is made using yam ginko paste that is spread between layers of pumpkin sponge cake, just like the traditional dessert that we are used to eating.


Address: 53 Amoy Street, Singapore 069879

Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday 12:00pm – 6:30pm | Friday & Saturday 12:00pm – 9:00pm

Contact Info: hello@luna.sg | LUNA Website | LUNA Instagram

3. The Fabulous Baker Boy - Halal Baked Treats By Chef Juwanda Hashim 

The Fabulous Baker Boy

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Chef Juwanda Hashim is well known for his bakes, which is why everyone was excited when he decided to reopen a new cafe. Located at Aliwal Arts Centre, he is back serving us his halal cakes with unique frosting on them.

The Fabulous Baker Boy

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Some of his signature cakes are Nutty Monkey, Green Tea Praline and Banana Coconut Cake. His cakes are moist and the flavour really shines through in each of them, making you keep wanting more.

The Fabulous Baker Boy

Address: 28 Aliwal Street, #01-01, Singapore 199918

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday 11:00am – 9:30pm | Saturday 9:30am – 9:30pm | Sunday 9:30am – 6:30pm | Closed on Mondays

Contact Info: 8951 7716 | The Fabulous Baker Boy Website | The Fabulous Baker Boy Instagram

4. Dolc Patisserie - Dainty Handmade Desserts With Seasonal Items 


Dolc Patisserie

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You will never be disappointed with Dolc Patisserie’s dainty desserts which are beautifully designed. Their pastries are inspired by French traditions with modern flavours and Spanish influences. You even get seasonal items at Dolc Patisserie that are commonly found in Barcelona.


Dolc Patisserie

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I would recommend you try the Calamansi Tart which is a charcoal tart with calamansi curd topped with Italian meringue and mango cubes. It is a very refreshing dessert with the sourness of the calamansi and sweetness from the meringue.

Dolc Patisserie

Address: 67 Kampong Bahru, #01-00, Singapore 169371

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 9:00am – 6:00pm | Sunday & Public Holidays 10:30am – 5:00pm | Closed on Tuesdays

Contact Info: 9678 4686 | Dolc Patisserie Website | Dolc Patisserie Facebook

5. LA VIE - Specialises in French Pastries With Cute Animal Shaped Tarts


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La Vie’s pastry chef and founder trained at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu institution which specialises in French pastry. Their pastries are animal-shaped and you tell the chef is detail oriented judging from the aesthetics of his bakes.

La Vie

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Many people have raved about their Lychee Rose Mousse as it is light and airy with a strong lychee aroma and taste to it. Something unique about this entremet is the lychee pearls topped on the mousse which gives an added texture to it as the pearls pop in your mouth with every bite.


Address: 204 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208890

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 12:00pm – 6:00pm | Closed on Mondays

Contact Info: 9131 1555 | LA VIE Website | LA VIE Facebook

6. Tigerlily Patisserie - Pastries Made Using Traditional French Approach With Asian Influences

Tigerlily Patisserie

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If you have visit Tigerlily Patisserie, you would notice the bright colour walls with lushes of green. They are inspired by nature’s exquisite beauty and their pastries are made using traditional French approach with Asian influence.

Tigerlily Patisserie

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I would recommend you try the Chocolate Hazelnut Croissant, especially chocolate lovers, as it has a rich chocolatey taste to it. With every bite, you get the crunch texture of Piedmont Hazelnut that is filled inside of the croissant. This is the perfect dessert to get after a meal!

Tigerlily Patisserie

Address: 350 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427598

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9:00am – 5:00pm | Closed on Monday

Contact Info: 8887 0988 | Tigerlilly Patisserie Website | Tigerlilly Patisserie Instagram  

7. Tarte by Cheryl Koh - Pastries Made By Asia's Best Pastries Chef

Tarte by Cheryl Koh

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If you didn’t know Chef Cheryl Koh was named “Asia’s Best Pastry Chef” and she is here to serve us with some of her best sweet treats. At Tarte, you will be blessed with endless options of pastries that are handmade daily.

Tarte by Cheryl Koh

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Some tarts you can get at Tarte are Strawberry Tarts, Pandan Coconut Tart and Yuzu Meringue Tart. Bring some friends along to try as many tarts are you can, I would recommend you try the zesty and refreshing Yuzu Meringue Tarts!

Tarte by Cheryl Koh

Address: 1 Scotts Rd, Shaw Centre,  #02 - 05/06/07, Singapore 228208

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 11:00am – 8:00pm

Contact Info: 6235 3225 | Tarte by Cheryl Koh Website | Tarte by Cheryl Koh Instagram

8. Pantler - Many Signature Cakes & Pastries Made By Award Winning Chef


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Tomoharu Morita, Pantler's Head Chef, spent nearly a decade on the award-winning pastry team at Grand Hyatt Tokyo. Here at Pantler, he is in charge of making 20 different types of cakes and pastries.


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Some signature items include the Yatsura, Chou a la Crème and Pantler Cheesecake. With Christmas coming up, be sure to try out their pound cakes and share them with your loved ones during this festive season.


Address: 474 River Valley Road, Singapore 248359

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 10:30am – 6:30pm

Contact Info: 6221 6223 | Pantler Website | Pantler Instagram

9. Sugar Thieves - Instagrammable Cafe With Unique Cake Such As Strawberry Watermelon Cake

Sugar Thieves

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With a wide selection of pastries lined up against the glass window like a well-curated dessert table, who wouldn’t want to hop in the cafe for a quick bite of fresh pastries? The cafe has instagrammable aesthetics with its large windows and red-bricked wall.

Sugar Thieves

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From cakes to quiches and tarts, this is the perfect cafe to hang out with your friends during the weekends. Their top seller would be the Strawberry Watermelon Cake which has rosewater infused in the watermelon to infuse the floral scent.

Sugar Thieves

Address: 333 Kreta Ayer Road, #01-23, Singapore 080333

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Saturday & Monday 11:00am – 8:30pm | Tuesday & Sunday 10:30am – 7:30pm

Contact Info: 9850 4377 | Sugar Thieves Facebook | Sugar Thieves Instagram

10. Lee's Confectionery - Amazing Pastries Served With A Scoop Of Sorbet

Lee's Confectionery

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Located in the quiet corners of Jurong East, Lee’s Confectionery is here to provide you with some yummy French desserts. Each of their pastries are served with a scoop of sorbet, something different compared to other patisseries.

Lee's Confectionery

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One of the most interesting flavours that they have is Pump, which is a pumpkin flavoured tart with cream cheese. Although, I must say that the design of the tart looks more like a flower instead of a pumpkin. I think this is a must try for those who are bold enough to try out something new.

Lee’s Confectionery

Address: 343 Jurong East Street 31, #01-59, Singapore 600343

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 12:00pm – 6:00pm | Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays

Contact Info: Lee’s Confectionery Website | Lee’s Confectionery Facebook