20 Best Desserts in Singapore
If you have a sweet tooth like me, there will always be room for dessert no matter how full we are right? I can never complete a meal without a dessert treat.
We are spoilt for choice when it comes to varieties of desserts in Singapore and I have compiled a nifty list below of 20 Best Desserts in Singapore and where to find them. Please enjoy and let me know in your comment if I have missed out any of your favourite. Thanks
Chendol or Cendol
The delicate, pandan-green jellies that are unique to this dessert are referred to as chendol. The chendol jellies are served with soaked kidney beans atop shaved ice, coconut milk and an aromatic syrup made with gula Melaka and pandan leaves – a sweet and refreshing dessert or drink.
Where to find Best Chendol Dessert in Singapore?
You can find Chendol, price at around $2, in almost all food centres or food courts in Singapore. It is a very popular dessert and definitely deserve to be the best desserts in Singapore.
Pengat refers to fruits or vegetables that have been cooked with coconut milk and sugar. This best desserts in Singapore is a variant on the conventional Durian Pengat, and it entails boiling the Durian and Pengat together until they reach a mousse-like consistency. This mousse-like delight will satisfy your tastebuds with its mouthwatering flavors.
Where to find the Best Durian Pengat in Singapore?
1. Sinpopo Brand Restaurant at Joo Chiat Road is a retro cafe that offers Durian Pengat at S$9 all year round. A scoop of coconut ice cream and crispy browned butter croutons are garnished on top of the creamy durian mousse to make it into a sweet and enjoyable treat.
Address : 458 Joo Chiat Rd Singapore 427671
2. Asian Market Cafe at Hotel Fairmont Singapore offers a glorious Halal-certified buffet line of local favourites and modern regional delicacies including their signature durian mousse dessert.
Address : 80 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189560 at Hotel Fairmont Singapore, Level 2.
3. Ellenborough Market Cafe at Swissotel Merchant Court offers Halal-certified buffet line of Chinese, Peranakan and popular International cuisine including their signature durian mousse dessert.
Address : 20 Merchant Rd, Singapore 058281 at Swissotel Merchant Court, Level 1.
Nyonya Kueh or Nyonya Cake
Nyonya Kueh or Nyonya Cake is a simple yet classic dish with a broad variety of colors, textures, and flavors. The term Nyonya relates to the Peranakan culture. Nyonya kueh come in a rainbow of colors and come in a variety of bite-sized delicacies. Rice flour and coconut milk are typically used with sweet ingredients like gula Melaka (palm sugar), pandan juice, and coconut flakes.
Where to find the Best Nyonya Kueh in Singapore?
1. Singapore’s Food Centres – You can find Nyonya Kueh in most of the food centres in Singapore with the popular one listed below.
2. Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry is house at Tiong Bahru and this bakery sells the best and most popular Nonya Kueh in Singapore such as Kueh Dar-Dar at 80¢, Kueh Kosui at 70¢, Ondeh Ondeh at 60¢ and Huat Kueh at $1.
Address : 55 Tiong Bahru Road, #01-39, Singapore 160055
3. Lek Lim Nyonya Cake Confectionery is house at Bedok North and is no stranger to Nyonya Kueh enthusiast. They are famous for their Ang Ku Kueh at 65¢, Ubi Kayu at 75¢ and Kotoh Ubi at 75¢. You will definitely be coming back for more.
Address : 84 Bedok North Street 4, #01-21, Singapore 460084
Ice Kachang is a popular dessert in Singapore, especially among children. Mountain-shaped grated ice is covered with rainbow-colored syrup, condensed milk, and caramel-like Gula Melaka for the perfect summer dessert. Rich ingredients like grass jelly, jelly cubes, corn, red beans and attap seeds are well hidden beneath the shaved ice. The ice kachang can also be topped with a variety of toppings including a refreshing scoop of ice cream, durian, peanuts, corns or red beans.
Where to find Ice Kachang Dessert in Singapore?
You can find Ice Kachang, price at around $2, in almost all food centres or food courts in Singapore. It is a very popular dessert especially after a hot and sunny day. `
Ondeh-Ondeh or Klepon
Ondeh Ondeh or Klepon is made with glutinous rice, infused with pandan juice and coated in grated coconut. It is also a popular choice of nyonya kueh. It’s best to eat these all at once since the rice ball bursts open in a delicious flavor explosion of gula Melaka syrup when you bite into its soft, chewy surface. Its so sweet, tasty and succulent after every bite.
Where to find the Best Ondeh-Ondeh or Klepon in Singapore?
1. Singapore’s Food Centres – You can find Ondeh-Ondeh in most of the Nyonya Kueh stall in Singapore’s food centres with the popular one listed below.
2. Molly’s Nonya Cake & Confectionery is house at Hougang and this confectionery sells a great varieties of Kuehs at a very reasonable price. Ondeh-Ondeh with few of its assorted Kueh are price at $2 for 5 pieces.
Address : 104 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1121, Singapore 530104
3. Ah Meng is house at Hong Lim Market & Food Centre is famous for the range of its delectable kueh. The secret of their popular Ondeh Ondeh use sweet potato instead of the traditional pandan mixture to add to the texture which make it absolutely soft and tasty.
Address : 531A Upper Cross St, #02-45 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre, Singapore 051531
The Pandan Cake has achieved international acclaim and was recently dubbed the ‘National Cake of Singapore’ by CNN. Pandan Cake is thought to have originated in Malaysia or Indonesia, with Dutch influences.
The traditional Pandan leaves, whose juice is used to give the cake an authentic flavor as well as a brilliant green color, are the major component in this delectable Singaporean treat. Coconut milk is another important component, as it gives the cake a creamy texture.
Where to find the Best Pandan Cake in Singapore?
Pandan Cake is a very popular dessert especially during tea break and you can find them easily in any of the bakery outlets listed below.
1. Bengawan Solo has 38 outlets in Singapore
2. BreadTalk has 14 outlets in Singapore.
3. Prima Deli has 41 Bakery shops in Singapore.
4. All Bakery or confectionery Shops in Singapore.
Putu Piring or Tutu Kueh
Putu Piring or Tutu Kueh is another popular dessert. Rice flour with sweet shredded coconut or sugared crushed peanuts filling are packed into stainless steel molds, which are then steamed and coated with a small square of pandan leaf. The final product is a circular lovely white cake with a flower-shaped impression.
Where to find the Best Putu Piring or Tutu Kueh in Singapore?
1. Du Du Cooked Food – Mr Tan has been selling Tu Tu Kueh for more than 50 years. He has also invented the larger XL-size tutu kueh at $1 a piece and the smaller Tutu Hueh are priced at $2 for 4 pieces.
– Address : 22A Havelock Road #01-10, Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre, Singapore 161022 and
– Address : 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-19 Hong Kah Point, Singapore 640505
2. Tan’s Tu Tu Coconut Cake has been around for ninety over years. There are four flavours to choose from – original (white coconut), coconut, peanut and dark chocolate at 90¢ each. The rest are price at 80¢ each.
– Address : 22B Havelock Road, #01-25, Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre, Singapore 162022 and
– Address : 449 Clementi Avenue 3, #01-211, Singapore 120449
Ice Cream Sandwich or Gelato
Gelato or Ice cream carts may be found all across Singapore, serving delicious and refreshing ice cream sandwiches to all of its clients. Ice-Cream Uncle’s Stalls is the most well-known of these ice cream sandwiches.
Ice cream sandwiched between crispy wafers or pandan-flavored bread is a treat. The flavors of this delightful Singapore dessert range from durian sweet corn, and red bean, to the more traditional vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry.
Where to find the Best Gelato or Ice Cream Sandwich in Singapore?
1. Orchard Road – You can find ice cream carts along our bustling Orchard Road and they are price at around $1.50 to $2. It is a very popular dessert especially after a hot and sunny day.
2. Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique – Use natural and botanical-inspired flavour such as fruits, flowers, pods, herbs, and spices to make their gelato. Flavours include Midnight Gianduja, Lychee Raspberry, Strawberry Basil, Roasted Sesame, Hazelnut, Earl Grey, Lemongrass, Mango Sorbet and more. Prices go at $4.70 for a single scoop and $7.70 for double scoop.
– Katong Address : 63 East Coast Road #01-05, Singapore 428776
– Jewel Address : 78 Airport Blvd, #01-214/215/216Singapore 819666
– Craig Address : 53 Craig Road #01-01Singapore 089691
3. Sunday Folks is well known for its freshly made ice cream and waffles with no preservatives. Unique flavours like espresso rum, Ferrero rocky road and raspberry rose with lychee.
– Holland Village address : 44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-52 Chip Bee Gardens Singapore 278116
– ION Store Address : 2 Orchard Turn, #04-11 ION Orchard Singapore 238801
Tau Huay or Beancurd
Tau Huay or beancurd is a sweetened soya beancurd dessert. It has the velvety, silky smooth texture of tofu pudding and is a favorite Singaporean evening option. This is a simple, delightful dessert that may be served hot or cold and is commonly served as a savory, crispy side dish with you tiao (fried dough fritters).
Where to find the Best Tau Huay or Beancurd in Singapore?
1. Singapore’s Food Centres – You can find Tau Huay in every food centres in Singapore as they are so popular after meal.
2. Mr Bean – With more than 50 stores in Singapore & Asia, Mr Bean offers a variety of soya bean drinks and snacks.
3. Lao Ban Soya Beancurd is the pioneers of the soya beancurd craze with their first outlet in Old Airport Road food centre and people have to queue for hours. They have grown to 8 outlets currently and you can locate them at these location – Old airport Road Food Centre, Maxwell Food Centre, Grantral Mall, Choa Chu Kang MRT, Jurong East Bus Interchange, Tampines MRT, Tanglin Halt, Red Hill MRT & Newest at Bukit Gombak MRT.
Mango Pudding is a popular summertime treat in Singapore made from ripe mangoes. To thicken the pudding, condensed milk and sugar are used in addition to the ripe mangoes. Some Singaporeans make mango pudding by creating a puree of mangos and then adding cream and sugar to it.
Where to find the Best Mango Pudding or Mango Pomelo Sago in Singapore?
1. Ah Chew Desserts – Generous portion of fresh mango, pomelo and sago, drench in coconut milk, condensed and evaporated milk, then served with topped crashed ice for a perfect cold dessert.
– Bugis Address : 1 Liang Seah Street, #01-10/11 Liang Seah Place Singapore 189032
– Novena Address : 181 Thomson Road, Goldhill Shopping Centre, Singapore 307627
2. Hui Lau Shan 許留山 is the most prominent mango dessert store in Hong Kong, and have 3 outlets in Singapore. They offers a huge range of mango puddings, mango pomelo sago, jellies, glutinous balls, drinks and more.
– Chinatown Point Address : 133 New Bridge Road, #B1-48, Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413
– JEM Address : 50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #01-64, JEM, Singapore 608549
– NEX Address : 23 Serangoon Central, #03-K21/K20/K19, NEX Singapore 556083
Tang yuan’s circular shape represents wholeness, making it a popular dessert at family gatherings and traditional occasions like the Lunar New Year and the Mid-Autumn Festival. Tang yuan is a glutinous rice ball treat served in a sweet, warm broth, either plain or with fillings like sesame or red bean. Its name means “round soup” in Chinese, and it sounds similar to another Chinese term, “tuan yuan,” which means “reunion.”
Where to find the Best Tang Yuan in Singapore?
1. 75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup is the household name for Tang Yuan and has been in this business for more than 70 years. They offers so many flavours of Tang Yuan balling like Matcha, Peanut, Sesame, Red Bean, Yam & Mixed with 4 types of soup to choose from – Longan Red Date soup, Ginger soup, Peanut soup and Almond milk soup. Price at $2.90 per bowl. You can find them at these 3 outlets below.
– Beach Road Address : 505 Beach Road, Golden Mile Food Centre, #01-75 Singapore 199583
– Bedok Address : Blk 85 Bedok North St.4, Fengshan Market & Food Centre, #01-25 Singapore 460085
– Chinatown Address : 335 Smith Street, Chinatown Complex Food Centre, #02-113Singapore 050335
2. Mei Heong Yuen Dessert is well known and famous for their traditional desserts as they have been around for more than 50 years. It’s Tang Yuan balling are bouncy, chewy and geneously filled with ingredients and balanced well with their spicy ginger soup. You can find them at these 10 outlets below.
– Chinatown Outlet : No. 63-67 Temple Street, Singapore 058611
– Chinatown Point Outlet : 133 New Bridge Road, #B2-32/33, Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413
– Clementi Mall Outlet : 3155 Commonwealth Avenue West, #04-19, Clementi Mall Singapore 129588
– Novena Outlet : 238 Thomson Road, Velocity@Novena Square #02-03 Singapore 307683
– SingPost Outlet : 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore Post Centre, B1-162/163 Singapore 408600
– Northpoint City Outlet : 1 NorthPoint Drive #02-171, NorthPoint City, Singapore 768019
– Bugis Outlet : 16 Liang Seah Street, Singapore 189037
– 100AM Outlet : 100 Tras Street SG EAT@100AM #04-04/05/06/07, Singapore 079027
– Suntec City Outlet : 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-367/368/369/370 Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983
– E!Hub Outlet : 1 Pasir Ris Close, E!Hub @ Downtown East, #02-102, Singapore 519599
Pulut Hitam or Black Glutinous Rice
Pulut Hitam or Black Glutinous Rice is a traditional Singaporean dessert that is also well-known throughout Southeast Asia. Pulut Hitam is a nutty-flavored treat made with black glutinous rice, palm sugar, coconut milk, and pandan leaves. They have a nice chewy texture and making it a much healthy food choice as it retains more nutrients as a whole-grain rice.
Where to find the Best Pulut Hitam or Black Glutinous Rice in Singapore?
1. Singapore’s Food Centres – Just like most desserts, you can easily find Pulut Hitam or Black Glutinous Rice, price at $1.50 to $2 from any Dessert stall in most Singapore’s food centres.
2. Babba is a cafe by day & transform into a Peranakan Restaurant by night after 6pm. Their Pulut Hitam pudding is price at $10 was served warmly with a generous scoop of refreshing coconut sorbet ice cream. Garnished with crunchy coconut flakes and drizzles of coconut milk. Absolutely Yummy!
– Address : 15-9 Jln Riang, Singapore 358987
Bubur Cha Cha or Coconut Milk Dessert
The Nyonya dessert Bubur Cha Cha or Coconut Milk Dessert is notable for its unusual name and appearance. Orange and purple sweet potatoes, taro, sago pearls, and tapioca jellies are all common ingredients. These are encased in a rich, pandan-infused coconut milk cream, resulting in a rainbow of colors, flavors, and textures in one delightful, healthy dessert.
Where to find the Best Bubur Cha Cha or Coconut Milk dessert in Singapore?
1. Singapore’s Food Centres – You can easily find Bubur Cha Cha or Coconut Milk dessert, price at $1.50 to $2 from any Dessert stall in most Singapore’s food centres and food court.
2. D’SWEET 甜旺 is a new dessert cafe open last year, just 2 mins walk away from Jalan Besar MRT Station. Stall offers a great varieties of desserts with popular dessert like Mango Sago ($4.20), Durian Bubur cha cha ($5.80), Yam Paste with Gingko and Pumpkin ($4.80) and Durian Mousse ($6).
– Address : 145 Jalan Besar Singapore 208863
3. Nine Fresh Desserts Taiwan is a popular franchise stores with 19 outlets in Singapore. They offers Bubur Cha Cha, Grass Jelly, Ai-Yu Jelly and Pearly Beancurd. Their signature dishes really affordable and generous with lots of ingredients. Price starting from $2.50 onwards.
Nice Fresh website & Outlets – www.ninefresh.com/menu/taro-ball-signatures.html
Cheng Tng, literally “clear soup,” is claimed to be one of Singapore’s most popular sweet dessert. This miracle soup not only satisfies thirst but also soothes a sore throat. This dessert is make using a huge combination of ingredients include white fungus, dried longan, gingko nuts, red dates, barley, sago pearls, winter melon, lotus seeds and more. To boost the cooling effect, shaved ice, sweet potato, winter melon, and dried persimmon are added to it.
Where to find the Best Cheng Tng in Singapore?
1. Teck Kee Hot & Cold Dessert – Teck Kee is the only stall at Adam Road Food Centre selling hot & cold desserts. Their Cheng Teng was really light and refreshing. The ice was soft and nicely shaved and you can find generous of ingredients like small jelly, white pearls, dried longan and white fungus inside. Popular desserts are Ice Kachang $2.50, Ching Teng $2.20, Green Bean Sago $2 and Tao Suan $2.
– Address : 2 Adam Road, #01-31 Singapore 289876, Adam Road Food Centre
2. Ye Lai Xiang Hot and Cold Cheng Tng 夜来香清汤 – One of the early pioneers Cheng Tng stalls who first started with a stall by the seaside. The Stall offers their Cheng Tng ($3) with 11 unique ingredients concocted together nicely with a mild sweet soup.
– Address : Stall #31, 1 Bedok Rd, Bedok Food Centre, Singapore 469572
Orh Nee or Yam Paste
Orh nee is a creamy, sweet yam paste with Teochew origins that is commonly served at Chinese gatherings and wedding meals. It’s pale purple in color and has a thick, smooth, and creamy texture. Ginko nuts, which have a mild bitterness, are a favorite addition. Orh nee, a typical comfort dish, is a warm, uncomplicated dessert that is ideal for finishing a hefty dinner.
Where to find the Best Orh Nee or Yam Paste Dessert in Singapore?
1. All Teochew Restaurants – You can find Orh Nee or Yam Paste dessert in most Teochew restaurants in Singapore with the popular one listed below.
2. Ah Chew Desserts offers a huge varieties of desserts from Steam Egg desserts, Paste Desserts, Sago desserts, Grass Jelly desserts, Durian Desserts, snacks and more. Yam Paste with ginkgo nuts is price at $3.30.
– Bugis Address : 1 Liang Seah Street, #01-10/11 Liang Seah Place Singapore 189032
– Novena Address : 181 Thomson Road, Goldhill Shopping Centre, Singapore 307627
3. Jin Yu Man Tang Dessert Shop 金玉满堂甜品 offers more than 100 varieties of desserts with their popular Signature Ginger Milk Pudding at $4.20, Taro Sago at $4.20, Taro Ball with Grass Jelly at $3.60, Mango Pomelo Sago at $5.20 and more.
– East Coast Address : 66 East Coast Road, The Flow #01-03 Singapore 428778
– Chinatown Address : 291 South Bridge Road Singapore 058836
The major ingredient in this iconic Singaporean treat is sugee, which is the Indian name for semolina flour. The sugee cake, like other sponge cakes, contains semolina, which gives it a thick consistency. The cake can be eaten plain or with icing; either way, it’s excellent.
Where to find the Best Sugee Cake in Singapore?
1. Auntie Pat’s Kitchen – Auntie Pat does her sugee cake really well with traditions of a true-blue Eurasian. Filled with generous amount of chopped almonds and load of nuttiness in every bite. Price at $90 for plain and $120 with Marzipan & Fondant Icing.
Website : www.auntiepatskitchen.com
2. Violet Oon Singapore offers traditional rich and moist Eurasian Sugee Cake at $12.84 per piece, with Semolina and ground almonds infused with Brandy.
– ION Address : ION Orchard #03-22, #03-28/29, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
– City Hall Address : 1 St. Andrew’s Road #02–01, National Gallery Singapore, (City Hall Wing) Singapore 178957
– Jewel address : 78 Airport Boulevard, #01-205/206 Singapore 819666
Website : www.violetoon.com
Apom Berkuah or Apom Bokwa
Apom Berkuah or Apom Bokwa is Singapore’s most famous dessert, is a fluffy pancake made with fermented rice and coconut water. The warm banana sauce is put on top of these pancakes. Most people also add the juice of Bunga Telang flowers, which gives the pancake a blue tint.
Where to find the Best Apom Berkuah or Apom Bokwa in Singapore?
1. Most Peranakan Restaurants – You can find Apom Berkuah in most Peranakan restaurants in Singapore with the popular one listed below.
2. Peramakan was founded in 2004 and currently Helmed by fourth-generation Nyonya Kathryn Ho. Although the fancy outlet at Keppel Club was closed in 2020, its other outlets are still doing very well. Don’t miss out on their value-for-money set meals with a main, two sides, a drink and a dessert.
– Owen Address : 119 Owen Road Singapore 218924
– Paya Lebar address : 10 Paya Lebar Road, #B2-03 PLQ Mall, Singapore 409057
– Thomson Plaza address : 301 Upper Thomson Road, #03-43, Singapore 574408
– ARC Address : 460 Alexandra Road #01-18, Singapore 119963
– Tampines Mart Address : 5 Tampines Street 32, #02-14, Tampines Mart, Singapore 529284
Grass Jelly or Chin Chow
Grass Jelly is a popular summer dessert in Singapore, and it can be eaten by cutting it into cubes or garnishing it with ice and lime juice. The delectable Singaporean treat is produced by heating oxidized stalks of mint plants with potassium carbonate, then chilling the mixture to achieve a jelly-like consistency.
Where to find the Best Grass Jelly Dessert in Singapore?
1. Singapore’s Food Centres – You can easily find Grass jelly Drinks or dessert, price at $1.50 to $2 from any Dessert stall in Singapore’s food centres or Food Courts.
2. Zhao An Granny Grass Jelly Drink retains the original recipe past down from generations and stay with the tradition to make the grass jellies by hand. Price of the grass jelly drink or dessert is at $1.50 and highly recommend to add Longan, palm seeds, Nata De coco or Seacoconuts at extra $0.50 per topping.
– Address : 505 Beach Rd, Golden Mile Food Centre #01-58, Singapore 199583
3. Ah Chew Desserts – Offers various Grass Jelly Desserts
4. Jin Yu Man Tang Dessert Shop 金玉满堂甜品 – Offers various Grass Jelly Desserts
Tissue prata gets its name from its paper-thin texture – it’s a crispy, fragile flatbread wrapped into a tall conical form. While roti prata is typically served as a dinner, tissue prata can also be served as a dessert when served with chocolate sauce or ice cream, making it a sweet and savory treat.
Where to find the Best Tissue Prata in Singapore?
1. Singapore’s Food Centres – You can find Tissue prata, price at $2 – $3, in almost all Singapore’s food centres with the popular one listed below.
2. R.K. Eating House offers a super tall Tissue Prata at $5.50. It is crispy and value for money, which is good for 2-3 people. Recommend to top it with strawberry sauce, chocolate sauce, honey or maple syrup for greater taste.
Address : 1 Kensington Park Road (Serangoon Garden), Singapore 557253
3. Springleaf Prata Place is a popular air-conditioned Halal family restaurant especially during weekends and they have 9 outlets all over Singapore (address listed below). A perfect one stop family restaurant for all delicious Indian food and Teh Terik.
– Address for 9 outlets
57B Jalan Tua Kong, Singapore 457253
1 Thong Soon Avenue, Singapore 787431
396 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore
1 Woodlands Rd, #01-25 Junction 10, Singapore 677899
1 W Coast Dr, #01-108/109 NEWest, Singapore 128020
333 Boon Lay Way, #2C-01, SAFRA Jurong, Singapore 649848
1A Tampines Street 92, #01-K1 SAFRA Tampines, Singapore 528882
106 Clementi Street 12, #01-64 Sunset Way, Singapore 120106
60 Yishun Ave 4, #01-07, Singapore 769027
Website : www.spplace.com
Deep-fried milk balls soaked in sugar syrup are known as gulab jamun. Gulab Jamun is a popular Indian delicacy that is also popular in Singapore. These extremely flavorful balls are very excellent. The fried dough balls are made from milk solids and semolina, soaked with green cardamom, saffron, rose water and more.
Where to find the Best Gulab Jamun in Singapore?
1. Most Indian Restaurants – You can find Gulab Jamun in most Indian restaurants in Singapore with the popular one listed below.
2. Kailash Parbat is part of a global network founded in the 1950s. They offers North Indian vegetarian cuisine in seven countries, including Singapore with 4 outlets here. Gulab Jamun is price at $6 for 2 pieces.
– Belilios Address : 3 Belilios Road #01-03 Hilton Garden Inn Singapore 219924
– Syed Alwi Address :93 Syed Alwi Road Singapore 207669
– Changi Address :1 Changi Business Park Crescent #01-10/12/13 Plaza 8 Singapore 486025
– Airport Address : 80, Airport Boulevard, # 03-20, Terminal 1, Singapore – 819642.
3. Bismillah Biryani makes the lofty claim that they serve the best Dum Biryani in Singapore and probably
anywhere in the world. We are not going to dispute that since they are a five time winner of Michelin’s Bib Gourmand Singapore award from 2016-2021. Gulab Jamun is price at $10 for 5 pieces
– Dunlop Address : 50 Dunlop Street Singapore 209379
– Nexus Address : Nexus @ One-North 1 Fusionopolis Link #01-03 Singapore 138542
– CBD Address : 79 Shenton Way #01-04/05 Singapore 079119
Popular Food Centres in Singapore :
- Bukit Timah Food Centre – 12 Irresistible Hawker Stalls
- Clementi Food Centre – 10 Irresistible Hawker Stalls
The above mentioned are some of the best desserts in Singaporean listed in our food guide 2022, and there’s no doubt in saying that this island is overflowing with lots of amazing cuisines. Do let us know in the comment below, if you are a fan of Singapore food culture and have tried some of these best food in Singapore. Thanks