10 Best Halal Dessert Spots In Singapore

halal desserts singapore
Rienz Althron
Rienz Althron 

Singapore food scene is a combination of Indian, Malay, Chinese and Indonesian cuisine and was also influenced by western countries. Of course, being a melting pot of several different cultures, Singaporean food is diverse in its taste and flavors and is continuously evolving due to the development of technology and the exponential growth of globalization. Foodies from all walks of life are welcome to feast on Singapore’s cuisine and sweet treats. If you are in search of halal desserts in Singapore, we’ve compiled a list of the best spots that comply with the Islamic laws in preparing food. Let’s take a look at the best halal dessert spots in Singapore.

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1. Fluff Bakery

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Mrs. Fluff bakes halal qualified desserts. The ingredients used for making their delectable sweets are guaranteed non-haram, because the owner of the business, Nursyazanna Syaira, is a Muslim herself, and so every food they serve complies with the Islamic guidelines in preparing foods. Each serving of their cake, cupcake or durian pengat is as pleasant to the eyes as they are to your taste buds. Truly Instagram-worthy, if you love sharing your food photography on Instagram.

Fluff Bakery

Address: 4 Jalan Pisan, Singapore 199071

Website: Fluff Bakery

Opening hours: Tue - Sat: 12pm - 7:30pm (closed on Sun and Mon)

2. Lickety Ice Cream and Waffles

Editor’s note: Establishment is Permanently closed.

Lickety Ice Cream and Waffles is an ice cream shop with a chic ambiance located in the streets of Bussorah. They are serving visually-appealing and Instagrammable desserts, satisfying the Millennials and Gen Zs appetite for beautiful social media pictures. They serve customers from diverse culture, and as such, serve halal-certified products.

Lickety Ice Cream and Waffles

Address: 34 Bussorah St, Singapore 199452

Website: Lickety Ice Cream and Waffles

Opening hours: 11am - 11pm (daily)

3. Chulop

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Its Friday! ⁣ ⁣ Drop by and treat yourself to some tasty and fuss free snacks!⁣ ⁣ Start your weekend with us here at #chulopsg

Posted by ChulopSG on Thursday, September 24, 2020

Up to this day, experts are still debating where the yummy snack, churros, came from. Some say it was invented by the Spanish people, some say it’s the Portuguese, and some argue it is the Chinese people. But knowing where it originated from isn’t as important as dipping a churro to a chocolate-flavored dip and satisfying your taste buds! Chulop serves them fresh, and with a modern twist. Their place is neat and Instagram-worthy, and because their customers are diverse, they only serve their treats using halal-certified ingredients.


Address: 430 Upper Changi Rd, #01-59, Singapore 487048

Website: Chulop

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 12pm - 8pm; Fri: 12pm - 9pm; Sat - Sun: 1pm - 9pm

4. The Royals Cafe - Cafe, Cakes & Pies

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

The Royals Cafe - Cafe, Cakes & Pie specializes in serving halal cakes and pastries. Whether you want a casual dine-in, or if you have an upcoming special event, they are more than willing to cater to your needs. They have a wide array of sweets in their arsenal, such as pies, cookies, and bread, they even serve sumptuous finger goodies. Since they only serve halal food, you can be sure that the ingredients they use are of the highest quality, perfect for both Muslim and non-Muslim foodies.

The Royals Cafe - Cafe, Cakes & Pies

Address: 19 Upper East Coast Road, Crescendo Building (beside Jalan Tua Kong) S455209

Website: The Royals Cafe - Cafe, Cakes & Pies

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (daily)

5. Comestivel Desserts

Editor’s note: Establishment is Permanently closed.

If you plan on having a birthday party for your child, Comestivel Desserts offers a wide range of attractive cake themes for your kid to choose from. Their menu consists of halal-certified ingredients, which is a guarantee of safety for both young and old people. What’s crazy is that they will be having a monthly bake sale which will give huge discounts to people wanting to taste their products.

Comestivel Desserts

Address: 31 Arab St, Singapore 177930

Website: Comestivel Desserts

Opening hours: Tue - Fri: 10am - 8pm; Sat: 10am - 9pm; Sun: 10am - 7pm (closed on Mon)

6. Sinseh: The Grocery

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

We bake mini cakes that is great to share with a small party or just with that special someone! For cake orders.. WhatsApp 98757232! #thelabbakes #dessertsg #bakerssg #sinsehthegrocery #thaimilktea

Posted by Sinseh : The Grocery on Wednesday, January 11, 2017

In the heart of Jalan Pisang lies the alchemist of desserts, Sinseh: The Grocery. They transform ordinary flour, sugar, butter and everything nice, into beautiful, Instagrammable cakes and breads. Not only that, the way in which their products are prepared is halal-compliant. They also conduct basic baking classes, so if you want to be an alchemist of pâtisseries yourself, you might want to enroll in one of their classes.

Sinseh: The Grocery

Address: 9, Jalan Pisang #01-01 Singapore

Website: Sinseh: The Grocery

Opening hours: 12pm - 9:30pm (daily)

7. Butter Studio

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Connecting people through eating is Butter Studio’s passion. As such, they make sure the ingredients they use are of the highest quality and halal-compliant. They cater to different types of events, like weddings, anniversaries and birthday celebrations. They also conduct baking masterclasses in partnership with international bakers for people who are interested in learning the how to’s of creating social media-worthy cakes.

Butter Studio

Address: 147 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208865

Website: Butter Studio

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 12pm - 9pm; Fri: 12pm - 11pm; Sat: 11am - 12am; Sun: 11am - 9pm

8. Lynn's Cakes & Coffee

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account


Posted by Lynn's Cakes on Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Indulge yourself in the delicious and beautifully-designed cakes by Lynn. Owned by a renowned cake academy graduate, they can customize your cake according to your taste, literally and aesthetically. Their customers come from diverse religious beliefs and culture, and so they prepare their treats in a way that is compliant with Islamic laws. The next time you crave for a halal-certified red velvet cake, you know where to go!

Lynn's Cakes & Coffee

Address: 11 Eng Kong Terrace, Singapore 598983

Website: Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee

Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 11am - 7pm (closed on Mon)

9. Sticks N' Stones

Editor’s note: Establishment is Permanently closed.

Home of halal-certified waffles and ice creams, Sticks N’ Stones serve their treats in an Instagrammable fashion. They are known to give 100 percent discount to lucky customers every now and then, and they even had an event where they gave away a brand new iPhone 8! If you love surprises, sweets, and Instagram, you will surely love it here!

Sticks N' Stones

Address: 212 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 1, Singapore 689475

Website: Sticks N’ Stones

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 1:30pm - 11:30pm; Fri - Sat: 1pm - 1am

10. Overrun

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

A 100 percent Muslim-owned ice cream shop, so you can be sure that each serving of their heavenly-tasting ice cream is served in accordance with Islamic laws. It’s a goof place to stop by after a full day of doing family-friendly activities in Singapore. The store is usually lined-up with tons of customers craving for their Chendol Soft Serve ice cream. But don’t just be curious of their chendol’s taste, try it for yourself!


Address: 18 Baghdad St, Singapore 199657

Opening hours: Tue - Thu: 12:00pm - 8:30pm; Fri - Sat: 12:00pm - 10:00pm; Sun: 12:00pm - 8:30pm or until sold out (closed on Mon)

Halal food

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Whether you are a Muslim or a non-Muslim, you will benefit from eating halal food because they are prepared in a way that it is clean and safe for human consumption. We hope we’ve helped you in your search for halal desserts in Singapore. It’s time to head to each of these stores! Just remember to always eat in moderation. Don’t forget to check out some hotels with the best views in Singapore for more accommodation options.

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Rienz is a former office-based employee who entered the world of travel writing. His ultimate dream is to be able to travel the world and experience as much of it as he can. By pursuing his dreams,...Read more

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