Swiss artisanal chocolate brand, Läderach Chocolatier Suisse is among one of the retail tenants confirmed to open their doors in Jewel Changi Airport next year.
Läderach has stood for top-quality, hand-made Swiss chocolate and confectionery specialities since 1962. They are a family company with around 500 employees that is headquartered in Glarus, Switzerland. They manufacture they own cocoa mass in their chocolate factory, which makes them one of the few premium producers to guarantee sustainable quality from the cocoa bean through to the end product.
The Läderach chocolate family encompasses the brands Läderach Chocolatier Suisse and Läderach Professional. The company has two production sites in Switzerland and one in Germany. Their premium products are sold in their 50 or so proprietary chocolate boutiques with points of sale in Switzerland, Germany and other countries, as well as by specialist retailers and high-level restaurants.
HarriAnns Nonya Table is a popular home-grown eatery with very modest beginnings. Their humble origins date back to the early 1950s, as a simple wooden push-cart peddling freshly-made Nonya Kueh in the Tiong Bahru district. Good news is that patrons can now enjoy HarriAnns' sweet & savoury creations at their newest cafe located in Suntec City.
In their homely cafes, they offer aromatic and authentic Peranakan food, crafted following precious family recipes passed down for three generations. Their Peranakan one-dish meals - such as the Signature Nonya Laksa, Curry Chicken and Meesiam - are heady treats for the palette. Tasty side-dishes, such as Nonya Fish Otah-Otah and Chup Chye are great as add-ons to complement each meal.
Sample the wide range of Nonya sweets - all hand-made from scratch- in their kitchens! The HarriAnns Nonya Kueh is coloured vibrantly and infused with special ingredients to attract the modern day customers. Very little sugar is used in each recipe and the taste of the freshly-squeezed coconut milk, fragrant Pandan juice or rich Gula Melaka will linger pleasingly on your palate with each Kueh you nibble.
Till today, they insist on traditional cooking methods and using the freshest premium ingredients.
Duxton 41 isn’t your typical café. It’s home to a myriad of sensorial experiences and great conversations sparked by their guilt-free desserts and multi-hued Thai Silk flourishes.
Simply put, Duxton 41 is the place to be.
Founders Christoph and Wyatt started off as a pair of fitness enthusiasts with an immense passion for baking. Determined to encourage indulgence in a clean, nutritious manner, they started experimenting with healthy treats.
So drop by Duxton 41 today, and indulge with a clear conscience.
There’s always a churro for everyone, anytime! At Chulove Cafe, their churros are made fresh to order with an authentic Spanish recipe. Crispy and golden, their churros are delicious, indulgent, addictive and a whole lot of fun!
New gelato haven, Dopa Dopa Creamery will offer flavours like Green Tea Toasted Rice, Hojicha, Home Roasted Pistachio, Speculoos with Lotus Biscuit and more when they officially open from 20 August. Not forgetting to mention their sorbet flavours like Watermelon Mint Sorbet and Apple Ginger Sorbet, which are perfect to help us with the hot weather.
Other than conventional biscuit cone, they can also serve your gelato on a crispy croissant, drizzled with their homemade hazelnut sauce.
Passion for chocolate and careful selection of the best raw ingredients distinguish Venchi since 1978 when it was founded in Piedmont, Italy by Silviano Venchi, a creative young man with a great passion for chocolate. Venchi is also constantly working to develop new ranges that combines the most traditional recipes with new high quality ingredients to explore and discover new chocolate experiences and highs.
At the most recent Paris Gourmet Selection 2017, the Venchi Tiramisu was announced as the winner of the Saveur du Monde (Tastes from the World) category. This award is yet another recognition and validation of Venchi's abilities to innovate while keeping fatihful to its tradition.
Haritts started out in 2004 as a mobile donut and coffee van in Tokyo before settling in a brick and mortar shop in 2006 in Yoyogi Uehara. After two more shops in Taiwan, Haritts has established their 1st Singapore outlet in Havelock II.
Haritts Donuts and Coffee is dedicated to serving their customers quality handmade donuts and specialty coffee.
For their outlets in Japan and Taiwan; their donuts are limited to a maximum of 3 per customer as they sell out very quickly.
Since the beginning, Boufé has been serving classic breakfast and brunch food. Their guiding principle is to produce as many ingredients in-house as possible. Hence, all of their brioche, sourdough slices and croissants are baked right in their pastry room itself! In 2018, Boufé starts to serve fusion food items, aligned with their focus in encouraging diners to bring along their families to eat at their cafés.
All of Boufé's cakes are made using classic French recipes and techniques. To make them unique, the pastry chefs innovate by making the appearance of their cake range attractive and eye-catching! Visit their newly-launched outlet, Boufé Pit Stop in Marina Square.
Popcorn or ice-cream? How about the best of both worlds at the same time? Sweet Monster is the Korean creator of Popcorn Ice-Cream with 26 outlets in Asia. Their latest outlet is now open in Our Tampines Hub, bringing the Eastsiders their popular soft-serve popcorn ice-cream and delectable Korean desserts.
Sweet Monster revolves around a central theme of Sweet Monsters. Each Sweet Monster character represents a part of the menu. For example, character Bluemon represents the Lemon Ade, Cookiemon represents the cookie bits in Cookie Mountain and Popmon represents their signature popcorn! Sweet Monster is vibrant, colourful and aspires to bring happiness to people.
Freshly baked Salted Egg Yolk Cookies and Sinpopo Brand’s locally-inspired cake assortment are now available at their newly-opened Paragon takeaway outlet.
Sinpopo Brand started as an ode to Katong and its unique Peranakan heritage. Developed by the same team behind Awfully Chocolate, Sinpopo Brand too has its own unique range of locally-inspired handmade cakes.
Kagurazaka Saryo is a famous traditional Japanese healthy treats and dessert house from Tokyo, Japan. Visit their newly-opened Singapore flagship outlet in Vivocity to enjoy authentic Uji Matcha desserts and Cha-nabe!
Kagurazaka Saryo – is an old and cosy coffee shop in the small back street of Kagurazaka neighbourhood in Tokyo, also known as “Little Kyoto” in Japan.
Kagurazaka Saryo is founded by a chef who has created delightful Japanese cuisine meal focusing on “Umami taste” and a variety of dessert with seasonal ingredients combined with selected tea. Their Matcha and Hojicha are specially from Uji, Kyoto Japan, a well-established Tea wholesaler.
Slappy Cakes is a fun, make-your-own (or DIY) dining concept for friends, families and diners of all ages to make their own pancakes. Their 3rd & latest outlet is now open in Plaza Singapura; bringing their "Make Your Own Pancakes, Right At Your Table" concept to town area and closer to more patrons.
Slappy Cakes' concept allows diners to customise their pancakes using built-in griddles at their table with bottles of batter to continue the fun. Its menu reads like a decadent wish-list, featuring a wide array of sweet and savoury “fixins” (crispy bacon, chocolate chips, and blueberries) laid out in gravy boats. Slappy Cakes is committed to making everything from scratch daily, using local, sustainable and organic produce and engaging local and regional vendors for its ingredients.
For those seeking for something outside pancakes, Slappy Cakes have more than just pancakes. Check out their new menu. Savour delectable dishes such as Black Angus Beef Sirloin, Seafood Aglio Olio, Slappy Classic Breakfast and Waffle & Duck.
Relish the goodness of kurozu, masterfully brewed in Kagoshima using techniques since the Edo era. Kakuida’s is the best place to visit if you are looking for Japanese black vinegar in Singapore.
Aside from providing kurozu at its purest form, you can reap the benefits of Kurozu through Kakuida’s signature kurozu-infused desserts such as kurozu doughnuts, kurozu lemon tea and even kurozu soft-serve ice cream.
Kurozu, or "Black vinegar", is a wonder-food that has been perfected with 200 years of traditional brewing since the Edo period. Known for its mellow and earthy taste, it is widely consumed in Japan for health and beauty reasons.
It all started with a seed and then that was nurtured by their firmly-held belief in celebrating neighbourhoods, that blossomed into a space bourne out of love called Tiong Bahru Bakery on 43 Jalan Merah Saga in Chip Bee Gardens, surrounding the artsy bohemian enclave, Holland Village. After six years in the planning of this long-awaited fourth bakery (really, since the inception of this Singapore-French concept), finally the Home of the Handmade Croissant can embrace the unique culture of the locale and the creative melting pot of individuals that make up this quaint and tight-knitted community.
Sticking closely to homegrown Tiong Bahru Bakery's DNA, they bring fresh breads, viennoiserie and pastries to the people everyday. Expect the full menu of well-loved and familiar all-French butter and flour only treats such as their signature butter croissants which are baked fresh every two hours priced at $3.20 each and the grand list of iced and hot beverage from 8am – 8pm daily at the neighbourhood's doorstep.
Debuted in May 2012 on Eng Hoon Street in charming Tiong Bahru, offering the neighbourhood a range of French pastries and artisanal breads made with the best French flour and butter. As one of the very first French bakeries in Singapore, Tiong Bahru Bakery revolutionised the way locals enjoy breads with topnotch bakes and sparked the French bakery trends. Their croissants have been voted by many as the best in Singapore and the Kouign Amanns are much raved about. All best enjoyed with an aromatic cuppa from the specialty coffee bar by Common Man Coffee Roasters.
Leeu SG is an artisanal ice cream shop, serving made-in-Singapore ice creams that are dedicated to our island country.
Using ingredients of the highest qualty, Leeu SG's ice cream is churned and produced in small batches to retain as much of its flavour.
Meaning 'lion' in Afrikaans (a language in South Africa), Leeu SG embodies the spirit of our national icon, the lion. LeeuSG finds ways to infuse Singaporean traits — vibrancy, quality and a melting pot of cultures — into its ice cream, collaborating with chefs in Singapore to create the most "Singaporean" ice cream.
Hvala teahouse at Chijmes is an oasis for tea lovers.
It serves curated teas from various regions in Japan. More tea selections will be added every month to their current list which is already impressive. One can also look forward to a selection of cakes available such as Chocolate Truffle, Goma (Sesame), Honey Earl Grey Hazelnut and Matcha Azuki, to go with his/her tea choice.
At Hvala, they believe in fostering relationships with their partners and producers, to understand the intricacies of the very tea we drink and experience the numerous processes involved in producing them. This encompasses visits to the fields where their teas are sourced from, as well as direct interaction with the farmers and surrounding communities. It is imperative that they work with trusted producers who are equally committed in bringing excellent tea to those who enjoy it.
Awfully Chocolate Singapore reopens at ION Orchard with a unique new concept store that holds more than its usual rich, decadent chocolatey experience. Visit the new store for your chocolate fix and shop for various gifting options suitable for any occasion.
Back in 1998, Awfully Chocolateâ started a cake shop selling only one cake – a simple dark chocolate cake between layers of dark chocolate fudge. Real cake one could bite into, rich in taste yet moist and light. Not just mouthfuls of mousse or cream. Something you would find yourself craving for regularly and never tire of. their philosophy is simple & unique. The focus is not on variety but quality. Their product line is deliberately limited - even today.
Whether you’re savoring exotic-flavored macarons with blended teas, people-watching over foie gras, browsing rare vinyl releases or tuning in to sleek hi-fidelity speakers & turntables, Wonderland Savour at Wisma Atria has something for everybody.
Located in the heart of Orchard Road, Wonderland Savour restaurant serves modern European all-day dining while That CD Shop is the ultimate playground for music lovers. Singapore’s most extensive and expertly curated range of music showcases everything from collectible classics and limited box sets to world music.
So swing by today and immerse yourself in this wonderland where every element enhances your taste buds. Or simply rediscover the magic of vinyls, for the best selection in town.
The Dark Gallery presents a treasury of discoveries on the canvas of chocolate. They believe in preserving the quality of the craft, to unravel the finest cocoa. They carefully compose chocolate, inspiring a rhapsody of desserts. Visit their latest outlet at Ngee Ann City and discover the dark.
Their 1st outlet is located in Millenia Walk and you can read about it here.
Chocolate which you can draw with, sketch with and eat too? Award-winning Singaporean pastry chef Janice Wong's 2nd sweet boutique awaits you at Raffles City. Chocolate Crayons, Chocolate Paint, a blended-tea collection and many other treats are available.
Janice Wong is the only sweets boutique in Singapore that creates interactive, edible art for imaginative souls, in an era that craves personal expression and embraces nostalgic pleasures. She continues to captivate us with her unique creations, flavors and offerings. With her second sweets boutique, Wong aims to inspire customers with her own memories and experiences as a child, through a wonderland filled with signature chocolate bon bons, mochis, cookies, chocolate paint, lollipops, fruit rolls and more.
For those who are inspired to create their own chocolate art there will be chocolate paint with up to 38 colours including flavours like passionfruit, green mango and smoked chocolate are also available. The new shop will also see the launch of Chocolate Crayons – made from 100% chocolate with no added sugar, they will be available in 8 colours and flavor variations and customers will be able to purchase in a box of 8 and 40. This is the first of its kind of confectionery designed by Janice Wong Singapore where one can draw, sketch and eat the chocolates.
With the opening of this second outlet Janice Wong, the homegrown chef joins the ranks of other influential dessert chefs with successful brands, including Pierre Hermé and Oriol Balaguer, and in fact becomes one of the very few female ones in this esteemed league. This second sweets retail outlet marks further expansion on homeground in Singapore.
Traditional Cantonese pastry bakery, Tong Heng, recently reopened their 2 outlets with updated looks and new packaging too. Their signature diamond-shaped egg tarts, remain as the well-loved local brand's best-selling pastry. Fans waited patiently while the 2 outlets were temporarily closed for renovation.
At the turn of the 20th Century Mr. Fong Chee Heng landed on the shore of Singapore from Guangdong. He was overwhelmed with hopes and happiness when he saw the opportunities in this thriving seaport. He had his aspiration for Tong Heng (Opulence of the Orient) would be a dream into reality.
From humble beginnings of a push-cart hawker, the business thrived progressively. Mr. Fong and his son Chiok Kai found a home in a shop along Smith Street in the 1920s. The Fong’s continue to cultivate and nurture the pastry business to greater heights.
Today, the business is passed on and run by the 3rd generation of the family with a full-fledged kitchen operating out of their South Bridge Road main branch. The business continues to tempt palates, winning hearts with the authentic taste of traditional delicately handmade freshly baked pastries with a modern twist.
Visit the newest member of the Rendezvous Hotel Singapore family; PlusEightTwo +82 is located on the first floor of Rendezvous Gallery. The Korean dessert cafe specialises in an array of 'siltarae bingsu', which means ‘silk-like shaved ice’ and Sunrise Toast.
Items to look forward to include Matcha Siltarae Bingsu, Melon Snow Flake Bingsu, Peach Ice Cube Soda, Sunrise Toast, Palette Toast, Cafe Latte and more.
Double Durian is a hippy cafe, serving fresh imported durian and dessert together with western cuisine. Fancy some "baked" durians?
A moment of nostalgia rush into you when you enter Double Durian. Rustic and recycled parts form the unique design of their bar chairs and tables. At Double Durian, their love for durian is creatively incorporated into the process, thus more people can taste durian in more different ways. An interesting combination of Western cuisines & Durian make Double Durian so special! Their signature dishes include “baked” durian and Durian bomb smoothie etc.
Double Durian offers 3 different styles for their "baked" durian.
1. Ying Yang (é´é³) Baked Durian - This is their chef's recommendation, warm & caramelized on the outside and chilled inside.
2. Traditional "Baked" Durian - baked from fresh durian without the shell, offers warm& caramelized durian and best served with chocolate or durian ice cream.
3. Charcoal Durian - baked from fresh whole durian offers warm moist and soft durian. We recommend 2 hours advanced booking for Charcoal Durian.
All their baked durians are baked from either Musang King, Black Gold or Kings Durian for your ultimate pleasure.
Sugarhaus has opened its second outlet within retail landmark of the East, Tampines 1. This is a unique tie up with United Overseas Bank (UOB), where the dessert parlour will operate from the Bank’s adjoining retail space. Apart from a streamlined menu of its signature brunch options, there is also a selection of locally-inspired homemade ice cream.
Known as “Bing Qi Lin” before it rebranded to become Sugarhaus in October 2016, the year-old brand’s flagship outlet is located within Serene Centre at Bukit Timah. Since then, it has cemented itself as a go-to spot for hearty brunches and desserts for those residing in the West.
Its new 26-seater outlet shares the same brunch menu as its first, albeit a more streamlined one. Diners can power through the day with the Sourdough Toast, accompanied with a choice of four variations: Truffled 63 Degree Eggs; Smoked Salmon, Dill, Cream Cheese and Capers; and Whole Sliced Avocado, Honey & Homemade Dukkah. Another option is the Melted Cheese Toastie with gruyere, cheddar, mozzarella, and served with tomato soup. Yet another choice is the Vietnamese Beef Stew – beef brisket braised in traditional Vietnamese spices, and served with sourdough.
Moving on to the sweets, Sugarhaus’ most popular item, the Rich Man’s Chocolate Cake, takes centre stage as the only plated dessert available here. The selection of ice creams, however, remains as the main draw. The ice creams, made from scratch in-house, come in a variety of flavours created by its owner, Stanley. The premium flavours stand out for the fact that they are richer and creamier than most commercial ice creams. While fans will be happy to find familiar flavours such as the Dutch Chocolate, Earl Grey Lavender and Thai Milk Tea, what sets the second outlet apart from the first, is the focus on locally-inspired flavours. These include Taro, Coconut Kaya, and Durian. Additionally, the second outlet exclusively offers flavours such as Hojicha, Apple Pie, White Chocolate Raspberry and Black Forest.
For a truly indulgent sweet treat, diners can pair their ice creams with Sugarhaus’ crispy and fluffy Waffles.
To complete their meal, they can also order a selection of coffees, teas, bottled drinks and juices.
Tarte By Cheryl Koh has relocated to level 2 of Shaw Centre. It used to be just a takeaway tart shop and it is now a new patisserie with a dining area. Enjoy the sweet creations by Asia’s Best Pastry Chef in 2016.
At the new 1,100 sq ft space, you will uncover a cosy 30-seater dining area and an expanded menu featuring a curated selection of beverages, as well as tantalising sweet and savoury treats.
One of life’s greatest gastronomic indulgences can be found at Tarte by Cheryl Koh, a spin-off by the Les Amis Group with Les Amis restaurant’s pastry chef Cheryl Koh, which opened in April 2015. In a span of a year, Chef Cheryl was awarded ‘Asia’s Best Pastry Chef’ in the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards in 2016.
Founded by renowned local pastry chef Daniel Tay, Old Seng Choong offers traditional bakes and cakes to celebrate every joyous occasion. Its flagship store is now open at Clarke Quay Central.
This eponymous new concept is especially poignant for Daniel Tay, who created it as a tribute to his father, a baker and confectioner himself for over 30 years. It is named after the well-loved Seng Choong Confectionery, which was established in 1965 and run by Daniel’s parents until its closure in 1996.
Old Seng Choong pays homage to chef Tay's father and the confectionery that sparked his culinary ambitions. The brand focuses on traditional festive treats to accompany every momentous occasion and celebration in life.
Aside from rolling out promotional items for calendar events such as Mooncake Festival and Chinese New Year, Old Seng Choong will also launch old school bakes with a more nostalgic slant.
Spanish frozen yogurt chain llaollao with a 4-year presence in Singapore, has closed down here and made way for Yolé, another European froyo brand.
D+1 Holding, the company that is the master franchisee of llaollao in Singapore, has terminated the master franchise of Singapore with llaollao Spain and ceased the operations of llaollao in Singapore. It has since acquired the rights to Yolé and converted all 29 llaollao outlets islandwide to the new brand last month.
Yolé embodies youthfulness, fun and dynamism. The brand’s core foundation lies strongly in the creative innovation of 4 fundamental product lines; mainly original frozen yogurt, multi-flavoured yogurt and soft ice cream, blended smoothies, and specialty desserts.
At Yolé , they give you the ultimate control to have it your way and customize your own dessert so they taste as good as they are for you. Choose between their original or flavoured frozen yogurt and top off your delectable dessert with fruits, all-time snack favourites and well-known sauces from Spain.
Be excited about what’s coming next as they combine the dual concept of traditional and natural ways of creating tastes with the innovation of flavours.
Popular Taiwanese bakery Kazo has set up their flagship store in Singapore at Chinatown Point, bringing us their palatable treats.
Serving their most popular Kazu Kazu, Cream Puffs, Polo Buns and other snacks, Kazo’s parent brand Nichifu is renowned for its long queues in Taiwan and high quality, Japanese influenced products.
Try Kazo’s Danish Polo with Ice Cream which comes with a generous serving of Hokkaido Milk, Royal Chocolate or traditional Matcha ice cream. This out of the box delicacy is guaranteed to offer a punch of excitement to the conventional fare.
To uphold the same standard and tastes of its Taiwanese counterparts, every ingredient Kazo uses is flown in from Taiwan on a regular basis to ensure freshness. Kazo’s products are also deliciously balanced instead of overwhelming in taste, with flavours that complement each other for a more pleasurable palate.
Carrotsticks and Cravings is a cafe, cooking school and food blog run by Terri-Anne, an Aussie expat mum living in Singapore. Her food philosophy is all about balance - deliciously nutritious food made with love.
They are hot on health - They don't just make healthy food look pretty but serve up deliciously nutritious food made with love!
Make your way down to Carrotsticks & Cravings cafe and fill your tummies with their deliciously nutritious and highly popular Smashed Avo Toast and many more. Check out their menu here.
We've all had our fix of delicious Acaí in all shapes and sizes, but never quite like one by Beriwell which serves Singapore's first Acaí soft serve.
Get your taste of The Amazon, the Beriwell way - their Acaí Superswirl is dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan-friendly. Packed with nutrients, this tasty treat can be enjoyed guilt free at any time of the day!
Swing by, say hi and enjoy an Açaí soft serve at Beriwell's quaint little spot, located right in the heart of Katong.
At Beriwell, they’re all about living well and feeding your soul through colourful, flavourful and nutritious refreshments and desserts.
Popular Japanese Milk Cheese Cookies from Japan's Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory, are now available at their Singapore flagship store located at Raffles City.
Their concept of a “factory filled with creativity and innovation” was born in Japan in 2011. They wanted to create sweets that no one has ever made, using carefully selected milk and high quality cheese, combined with ingredients from not only Japan, but also around the world. They combine the new with nostalgic, the unexpected with the flavorful.
Stop by Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory's newly opened flagship shop and discover your favorite sweets to fall in love with!
From production room to cup or cone, every batch of aROMA Gelato is the result of meticulously crafted recipes, hardworking and happy staff and sourcing the best quality ingredients they can find.
At aRoma, they keep things simple. They are extremely picky in choosing the best ingredients for their gelato -- they want the natural flavours to shine.
Their gelatos are fresh. They hand-make their gelatos daily, and store them in air tight pozettos prior to serving to ensure that they give you the best quality gelato in every spoonful.
They believe that good gelato will keep you coming back for more. When you get to the front of the line, they're all yours. So take your time to sample their flavours and ask their friendly scoopers about what makes them so special.
Morozoff is one of Japan’s leading luxury confectionery makers, starting from a chocolate shop in Kobe in 1931. And it is making its comeback to our sunny island after 14 years, with the opening of a stand-alone boutique at Plaza Singapura.
The brand had been previously available in Singapore from 1984 at the Japanese department store Daimaru at Liang Court. After Daimaru closed in 2003, Morozoff left the market as well.
The chocolatier has more than 1000 shops and 33 cafes in Japan and is also available in Taiwan, China and Hong Kong. The Singapore store is its 19th overseas outlet and will sell 90 per cent of Morozoff’s full range of products including chocolates, cookies and packaged baked goods such as madeleines.
(Image below: Morozoff's president, Mr Shinji Yamaguchi at the Plaza Singapura boutique)
The Maple Mania's signature Maple Butter Cookies are ranked as The #1 Best Selling product in Tokyo Station of Japan (most notably known as the terminal station for several shinkansen bullet train lines) for 3 consecutive years in 2015, 2016, 2017, breaking numerous records in the annual Tokyo Station Popular Souvenir Ranking leaderboard.
With the soft-opening of their Singapore flagship store at ION Orchard on 3rd November; you can get your hands on these award-winning bakes without going to Tokyo.
Established in 2013 in the historic and iconic Tokyo Station æ±äº¬é§ (Gransta section) in Marunouchi district, Japan, The Maple Mania story is one of growing up in America’s Golden Age, the culture and arts booming with music and film, it was a bright, vibrant, dream-filled era. Their hero is a boy who loves mischief and maple sweets, and keeps a bottle of maple syrup with him, just like the grown-ups who keep flasks of whiskey in their coat pockets. When no one was looking, he’d snatch the maple syrup from the cupboard, stash it in his pockets and sneak licks while walking the dog or climbing trees in the backyard.
Each sweet item offered by The Maple Mania contains that sense of play, adventure, mischief and nostalgia.
They take pride in their attention to the ingredients used in their range of products. Their signature ingredient is their Pure Maple Syrup, which is directly sourced from Quebec, Canada.
Founded 160 years ago, Hédiard has been specializing in the art of surprising all gift recipients since and assisting thoughtful givers. Hédiard invites you to a new gourmet gifts retail experience at “LE KIOSQUE” located at Scotts Square!
Soak up a Parisian ambience while shopping among the tempting merchandise. At LE KIOSQUE, the discerning shopper can make selections in person for all sorts of made-to-order gifts, from the smaller stocking-filler item to an overflowing hamper. Guided by knowledgeable staff, you can shop confidently from tried and trusted Hédiard good items, perhaps daring to branch out into hitherto unknown flavours and products.
The art of presentation is not overlooked:
Hédiard’s signature shades of red and black set off every gift, in the form of immaculately put-together boxes secured with perfectly-tied bows. With convenient daily opening hours of 11.00am to 9.30 pm, LE KIOSQUE is set to be the go-to destination for seasonal and year-round French fare. But whether ordering online or in person at the store, customers benefit from same-day delivery throughout Singapore. The pleasure of the Hédiard experience is not just for Christmas; rather, these sumptuous gourmet delights presented in all their splendour, à-la-Française, create a memorable impression to last the whole year long!
Randy Indulgence is a healthy Cereal and Acai bar located in the bustle of the CBD at Tanjong Pagar Centre that offers great taste and superfood goodness Acai, minus the second guessing.
Be it any time of the day, Randy Indulgence will help you get it started feeling great and closing it with a sweet bang. Not to mention you can now enjoy ice cream in a healthier way with their fruit and ice cream fusion plus a dash choice cereals for the added crunch factor in your creamy snack.
There is always room for dessert when you don't have to answer to calorie calculator, and there is never a wrong time for a good snack with them!
Froroll is an artisanal ice cream dessert cafe that aims to bring a refreshing twist to traditional ice cream desserts, to be enjoyed by all. Froroll places great emphasis on freshness and therefore, their ice cream base is freshly made every morning.
At Froroll, you can enjoy different kinds of ice cream dessert, ranging from ice cream rolls in a toasted bun with an exquisite selection of in house baked toppings, to artisanal ice cream desserts that are like works of art. Their desserts are not only able to satisfy your sweet tooth, they are also exceptionally beautiful to look at.
The "Korean Fever" ain't going away anytime soon. Made famous by being the shoot location for a couple of Korean drama series, Korean coffee chain Coffeesmith is now at Orchard Gateway. With its operating hours from 9am to 3am for Sunday to Thursday and 24hr for Friday & Saturday; no doubt this place will make a good late night hangout.
Its name "Coffeesmith" is derived from the English suffix "smith", which means that someone is a skillful craftsman of one's product.
Coffeesmith's finest Arabica beans are blended or you can also say "crafted" carefully for the true coffee lover in you.
Kori King is a Japanese ancestral Kakigori (shaved ice) concept founded in Singapore.
Kori King in its modern and minimalist concept store located at The Cathay is proposing a large range of natural flavors of shaved ice alongside Dorayaki, one of the most traditional Japanese pastries.
The fluffiness and the texture of Kori King's shaved ice makes the Kakigori dessert so special. Softer than a snow ball, it feels like plunging a spoon in a cloud. The in-house milk sauce is made with a full cream milk directly imported from Hokkaido in Japan.
Lady M® Confections, the landmark New York cake boutique has brought their distinct style and world-famous Mille Crêpes to Scotts Square.
The new 56-seat boutique at Scotts Square is Lady M's 4th boutique in Singapore, joining existing outlets at Orchard Central, South Beach Avenue and Westgate.
Along with the opneing of Lady M Scotts Square is the debut of the Rose Mille Crêpes. Featuring the delicate flavours of rose and creme layered between paper-thin handmade crêpes, garnished with rose jelly and edible rose petals. the Rose Mille Crêpes is the perfect pairing with an artisanal tea.
By the same folks behind Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro; Muslim-owned Lickety Ice-Cream Parlour at Bussorah Road serves Hong Kong/Macau-style egglet waffles with a selection of 16 hard-to-resist ice-cream flavours.
Lickety is about spreading fun and happiness through the best dessert combination in the world – ice-cream and waffles!
From Asian ice-cream flavours like Mao Shan Wang Durian and Gula Melaka to more international ones like Earl Grey & Fig and Cotton Candy Bubble Gum, there is something to please everyone.
From a sprinkling of rose petals to golden flakes of almond, how would you create your very own Magnum? Step inside Singapore’s first ever flagship Magnum Pleasure Store located at ION Orchard, and let the ultimate pleasure experience take over.
The Magnum Pleasure Store is where you can customise your very own Magnum ice cream with choices of dark, milk, or white Belgian chocolate, with over 18 toppings to choose from, like cocoa nibs, rose petals, and goji berries.
Customers can further complement their premium Magnum ice cream with Magnum coffee, which uses Magnum chocolate-infused coffee beans.
Lady M® Confections is the pioneer of the well-loved Mille Crêpe cake. Its signature cake Lady M® Mille Crêpes, features no less than twenty paper-thin handmade crêpes layered with ethereal light pastry cream, gently caramelized on top until golden. Each handcrafted Mille Crêpes cake is made using only the finest ingredients to a secret recipe that has been perfected over the past 12 years. Visit their 3rd outlet located at South Beach Avenue to try a slice of the exclusive Earl Grey version.
Combining French pastry techniques with Japanese etiquette of precision, Lady M® Confections prides itself on creating the freshest and finest cakes and confectionary delights. Since opening its first 600sq ft cake boutique in New York’s Upper East Side in 2001, Lady M® has assembled a phenomenal little black book of fans state-side, from the likes of domestic goddess Martha Stewart, to Supermodel, Linda Evangelista and Japanese fashion designer, Issey Miyake.
A treasury of discovery on a canvas of chocolate. Open your senses. Discover the dark.
Located in the heart of Singapore’s vibrant downtown at Millenia Walk, you can now taste and discover artisanal chocolates and desserts created by the newly opened The Dark Gallery.
As its name suggests, The Dark Gallery focuses on dark chocolate.
They think they may have the perfect ice cream cake in their Chocolate Rendezvous cake - their signature 80% dark chocolate ice cream on a bed of chocolate cake, topped with chocolate glaze, artisanal macarons, baked meringue and dark chocolate shavings.
Patisserie G has opened their 2nd branch at the new urban lifestyle mall, Downtown Gallery.
Coffee lovers will be thrilled to know that they have the POURSTEADY, a coffee pour-over machine which creates precision pours. Experience a cup of coffee with great balance of body and flavour with Patisserie G.
The first Patisserie G was opened in November 2012 by Gwen Lim. Her passion and appetite for quality desserts are inspired from many places and by many chefs, and her dream is to be able to share what she loves to eat with others.
Try Bombe Cherise, a Dark Chocolate Sponge & Mousse with Kirsch-soaked Cherries or The Tropical, a homage to the forever summer weather here in Singapore. It is a gateaux of a Buttery Crumble base, Coconut Sponge, Banana Marmalade, Mango Passion Mousse and Malibu Chantilly Cream.
GODIVA Lifestyle Cafe is now available at ION Orchard! Visit them and enjoy your favourite Soft Serves, Chocolixirs, Belgium Waffle with Soft Serve, Chocolate Fondue Set and other GODIVA beverages.
This 140 sqm café is GODIVA’s first lifestyle café in Southeast Asia.
Godiva was founded in 1926 in Brussels, Belgium, by Joseph Draps who opened his first boutique in the Grand Place in Brussels under its present name, in honour of the legend of Lady Godiva.
GODIVA Chocolates are made from fine chocolate and high quality ingredients. The bittersweet and milk chocolate are made primarily from fine, high-flavor cocoa beans, processed to a velvety smoothness.
In the formulation of their fillings, they use large quantities of Grade A dairy butter and heavy cream-both are ingredients rarely used in quantity by American candy manufacturers.
And in keeping with their heritage, many of their chocolates contain hazelnut praline, a favorite European nut product. This delicious filling is made from finely ground hazelnuts, sugar and chocolate.
From the people behind Sogurt, KARA Café & Dessert Bar is a welcoming space for warm encounters at Bukit Timah. As you step through the door arches, you enter a world of tropical foliage and imaginary creatures of art and begin a gastronomic journey of unusual taste pairings with savoury and sweet creations lovingly created by their handpicked chef partners.
KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar serves a lovingly created menu of comfort food: savoury grain bowls, grilled cheese toasties and artisanal soft-serve desserts - each featuring unusual flavour pairings.
Nesuto, which means “Nest” in Japanese is a new patisserie on Tras Street, offering you edible happiness which money can buy. Brought to you by the folks behind SHUU by KOKI Tamagoyaki – a food kiosk located at the basement of Raffles City which serves excellent choux puffs.
Nesuto's menu offers a selection of Japanese-French inspired desserts. Select from sweet treats like Suzette, Blush Berry, Yuzu Raspberry Cake, Noisette Rocher Entremet, Le Goma (black sesame!) and more.
We could certainly do with another new spot which serves refreshing Superfood Acai Bowls in the heart of Orchard Road.
Coocaça (pronounced “coo-ka-sa”) began as a pop-up in year 2016 and is now finally making a permanent presence in town.
Their menu features a variety of power-packed flavours & antioxidants. The Pura Vida Superfood Bowl consists of Acai, strawberries, blueberries, banana & coconut water smoothie topped with granola, banana, assorted berries & chia seeds.
Coocaça also serves a selection of coffee and tea, including cold-pressed juices by Gorilla Press Co.
At Henri Charpentier, they carry the same traditions and spirit from their founding in 1969.
Their flagship store is now at Tanjong Pagar Center.
Inspired by a famous 19th century French chef Henri Charpentier and his signature “Crêpe Suzette”, founder, Naoki Arita opened his first humble café in Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan in 1969.
His baking philosophy: to create sweets that bring joy with a touch of surprise. Henri Charpentier prides itself on serving indulgent, creative and authentic pastries and desserts made of the finest quality, such as the use of original cultured butter that is painstakingly developed from raw milk originating exclusively from the Konsen area of Hokkaido.
Henri Charpentier ultimately carved a name for itself as the best French patisserie brand in Japan.
Monzeter, the popular ice cream rolls chain in Malaysia will be 'rolling' out their first outlet in Singapore at Bedok Mall soon.
Fresh ice cream, fruits and other ingredients (based on customer’s choices) are fried below 20 degree Celsius on a special machine. All ingredients are being chopped, smashed, mixed and finally rolled together with the ice cream. Monzeter uses high quality ingredients and no preservatives/colourings are added.
The Top 4 recommendations that you should try at Monzeter are Classic Vanilla Flavour, Rich Chocolaty Flavour, Sweeten Mango Flavour and lastly Yogurt Flavour. Monzeter have configured the best ingredients for you although most of the Thai Ice Cream Rolls allow you to pick ingredients yourselves.
Baker’s Brew's first ever cafe and studio concept is now at Paragon. Enjoy their delectable bakes, from cakes to tarts, while sipping speciality coffee from their coffee partner, Papa Palheta. Of course, they will also have a homely studio there, where their fun loving instructors will be spreading their passion for baking through their classes!
Baker's Brew Studio is a sanctuary for the baking enthusiasts in Singapore. They offer a contemporary and novel experience. They aspire to provide an ambience that amplifies your baking experience. Beyond a studio or school, they are your second home for baking.
Baker’s Brew Studio offers engaging and interactive hands-on baking classes whereby participants get to experience the whole baking journey. Their baking classes ranges from novice level, suitable for baking enthusiasts with little or no baking experience, to advanced level which are suitable for enthusiasts who want to enhance their techniques.
Your celebrations will never be the same with their specially customised cakes. They can cater for cakes of varying sizes and designs, tailor made to suit your needs, for any occasion.
PAUL, a family bakery and patisserie founded in 1889 in France, offers a selection of country-style and fancy bread, viennoiserie (croissants, etc.) pastries, cakes and desserts, snacks and sandwiches. From April 2017, you can also indulge in their creations at the Departure/Transit Lounge of Changi Airport Terminal 1.
PAUL is a ''Maison de Qualité'' whose values have been perpetuated since 1889. It is also, and most importantly, a family concern: five generations dedicated to the taste of good bread since they opened the first bakery.
Enjoy the goodnesses of Bird's Nest by Nesture Cafe at Valley Point minus the painstaking preparation work. Brilliant is the word.
Nesture Cafe welcomes you to enjoy a bowl of freshly prepared bird’s nest dessert, Bird's Nest macarons, waffles and so much more in a lovely, relaxing space.
Nesture 100% Bird’s Nest is sourced from the abundant island of Sumatra, Indonesia. Harvested from their own house nests, with the ideal environment, their bird’s nests have fewer impurities and feathers, and the texture is thus smoother and softer.
Their raw bird’s nests are carefully selected by their team of bird’s nest harvesters who have over a decade of experience in fine picking quality bird’s nest. Once they've ticked off a stringent checklist, they begin to clean them by using only filtered water. Absolutely no chemical washing or bleaching. The bird’s nests are then carefully packed before making their way to Singapore where they cast another round of watchful quality checks.
The natural goodness of Nesture Bird’s Nest can be enjoyed in a variety of ways: Ready To Enjoy, Dried and Freshly Brewed Desserts. Each product's packaging is exquisitely designed as a treat for yourself or a thoughtful gift for a friend or loved one.
Bird’s nest has long been revered by people of all ages and genders for its prized nutritional benefits. Beyond being a powerful antioxidant and immunity booster, it is much loved for its anti-aging qualities. It is deemed to rejuvenate the skin and maintain a youthful complexion when consumed regularly and over time. For pregnant women, bird’s nest can alleviate physical discomfort and improve foetal immune functions; while new mothers can take comfort in a speedier recovery after birth.
Color your average, humid day with a fresh bite of Bingsu from Snowstory. Available from 22nd February 2017.
With a snow-like theme that is inviting to children and adults alike, Snowstory is the perfect place to spend time with friends and family the next time you visit Sentosa, Singapore's little Island of fun.
By the same guys behind Fatcat Ice-cream Bar in Bedok; STRAY is a brand new concept restaurant serving progressive Chinese cuisine at Orchard Central.
"Progressive" in the sense that STRAY always want to be coming up with new takes on Chinese classics. Combining avant-garde cooking techniques with traditional Chinese flavors, they aim to serve stunning and unique dishes. They want everyone to experience just how far the boundaries of Chinese cuisine can be pushed and redefined as they stray away from tradition.
STRAY also serves a variety of entremets made in house by their very own pastry chefs. Expect interesting flavour combinations such as mandarin+chrysanthemum, lychee+raspberry, and lemon+ginger.
One of Hong Kong’s most popular ice cream brands, Lab Made, is now at WestGate.
They use extremely cold liquid nitrogen at -196â to rapidly freeze their ice creams, to give you the smoothest and creamiest ice cream.
At Lab Made, they believe that enjoying good food doesn't have to compromise on good health. That is why all their ice creams are made from scratch, using real, fresh, quality ingredients so there's no need for additives, colourings or preservatives.
Their aim is to bring you premium freshly made ice creams that are full of flavour. Making them to order means they are never stored in a freezer and retains their fresh, intense flavours.
Dutch Colony Coffee Co. has a new outlet at UE Square. They are inspired to bring a great selection of quality coffee beans from different parts of the world where each of their customers can enjoy freshly roasted bean with various brewing methods to satisfy their bean to cup experience.
They have two other branches at PasarBella @ The Grandstand and Frankel Avenue. Aside from specialty coffee, you can find a selection of cakes from Speculoos Cheesecake, Lychee Rose, Hummingbird Cake and more.
Nestled in a corner of Duxton Road, Kosnica offers you artisanal Gelato, made with quality ingredients.
Kosnica offers 3 homemade waffle flavours: Red Velvet, Matcha and the all-time favourite Classic Original, customise your favourite flavour with 14 of their premium gelato to surprise your taste buds. Their delectable cakes and desserts are not to be missed too.
Creamery Boutique Ice Creams from Thailand has landed in Singapore. They specialize in homemade ice creams, freshly baked cookies and lava fillings.
Creamery Boutique Ice Creams insist on small batch production to maintain the exceptional quality of our ice creams. All recipes are original, exclusive and personally developed to include a unique Creamery twist.
Acai Bowls are the latest craze for any health guru or trend master. Get your fix from the newly-opened An Acai Affair.
Acai is an indigenous berry commonly found in the rain forests of the Amazon. This antioxidant-rich fruit has been heralded for centuries as a healing, immune-stimulating, energy-boosting fruit. At An Acai Affair, you can choose from Acai Fruit Bowl, Acai Chia Parfait, Acai Youghurt Bowl, Tropical Coconut Bowl or one of their many smoothie blends.
The newly-opened Chimney at Scape is the first Hungarian pastry shop in Singapore, serving you freshly baked KürtÅskalács.
KürtÅskalács or otherwise known as chimney cake too, is made from sweet yeast dough, of which a strip is spun and wrapped around a baking pit, then roasted in charcoal, then coated with sugar or cinnamon sugar.
Just a 5-minute walk from Botanic Gardens MRT station is new dessert cafe, Han Bing.
Han Bing serves traditional Korean shaved ice dessert made with an authentic bingsu (Korean shaved ice) machine imported from Korea and many more like mango mousse cakes, peach cheesecakes and tiramisus e.g.
Now at Beach Road, Fynn’s is a modern all day dining restaurant where food and drinks are at their uncomplicated best. Serving delicious wholesome foods, they playfully bring together global flavors and classic favorites in an upmarket casual setting.
Enjoy Fynn's all day dining menu or create your own lunchtime meal with their market table offering of salads, grains and sides from Monday to Friday. On the weekend, relax with their brunch menu full of savory classics and inventive sweet dishes. Or simply drop by at anytime daily for a slice of home-baked cake or decadent dessert with a cup of Common Man Coffee Roasters specialty beans.
Korean dessert shop, KoKoPanda has landed in Singapore. It serves Black Yogo, which is black frozen yoghurt made from roasted coconut husk and contains edible activated charcoal.
KoKoPanda's desserts are specially handmade by their experts, blended with the finest ingredients and served only when you order them. Their beverages are made with 100% Thai Coconut Water together with the highest quality chia seeds. Their teas are freshly brewed from whole tea leaves that fit the standard of tea connoisseurs.
Established in 1933 in Japan as a confectionary shop, modern day Hattendo is famed for its one-of-a-kind Cream Bun that is the result of repeated trials of thousands of recipes to achieve a texture that is a hybrid of bread and cake, and tastes great when chilled.
In order to ensure great taste and safe food, the bread-making, cream preparation, and wrapping are all done by hand. Hattendo continually work to make its Cream Buns even better, with a melting soft texture that always begs for another bite. With 18 stores in Japan and several outlets in Korea, Philippines, Taiwan, Hattendo will be opening their 1st Singapore outlet soon at Tanjong Pagar Centre.
Looking for ways to fight the sweltering heat in sunny Singapore? Introducing Chillpanzee, an ice cream shop located at Paya Lebar Square.
Made fresh in store, choose to enjoy Chillpanzee's delicious ice cream with a wonderful array of toppings or even have them served in a Chatuchak-style coconut husk. Apart from their delectable ice cream selection, they also offer ice cold drinks like the ever popular thai ice tea!
Apiary (eh-pee-er-ree) is a place where bees are kept, a collection of bee hives. It is also your sweet new spot on Neil Road for specialty desserts and ice cream.
At Apiary, they believe that only by using quality, natural and fresh products, then they will be able to create ice cream that is of the highest quality. It's really that simple. All their dairy products are pasteurised on site in their tiny kitchen. In the production process, no artificial flavours or colourings are added to their ice cream to produce that smooth creamy and rich flavours that is synonymous with all Apiary's ice cream and sorbets.
You may ask how is TSUJIRI different from all the other tea shops in Singapore? The secret lies in the green tea powder which they import from Uji, Kyoto. Try out their variety of green tea drinks and desserts. They are offering a 1-for-1 promotion (till 21st Nov 2016) as they celebrate the opening of their new outlet at Centrepoint.
Dated back in 1860, it was the end of the ancient Edo period. This too, marks the start of the brand TSUJIRI was first established by Riemon Tsuji in Uji, Kyoto, Japan. The founder Riemon tapped his own wealth to improve the then tea industry, advancing and innovating the method to enhance the flavors and sweetness of the tea to produce the highest quality of Gyokuro tea leaves. He has also created a tea cabinet to prolong the freshness of tea leaves. This means that TSUJIRI’s teas are as fresh as the ones found in Japan. His effort was well recognized by many and to attest to that, his statue was built in Byodain, the Kyoto’s world Heritage temple.
Sugar Lips is about bold interiors with tastefully done aesthetic plating arrangements for their sweets including rich cakes and fluffy waffles to satisfy everyone's sugar rush.
Not only are their desserts photogenic, Sugar Lip's interior is super instagram worthy too. They spy many of you taking shots of their walls of splattered paint. Have a break and escape into dessert wonderland where money can buy you edible happiness.
Newly opened is Kiss The Tiramisu, the South Korea sweets chain who brings you Tiramisu served in a glass instead of in the form of a cake.
A palatable treat of mascarpone cheese at bottom with nuts, crushed cookies, cocoa powder, topped with soft serve then more cocoa powder and chocolate shavings. The result is a sweet masterpiece which you can eat out of an elegant gold-rimmed glass. You can watch them assemble layer by layer of how your sweet treat is being put together. When you finally get your glass of Tiramisu, we suggest you dont take too long for the selfies!
A trailblazer when it comes to redefining the dessert experience, Janice Wong is undoubtedly pushing the boundaries between the sweet and savoury, integrating disciplines in her drive to create “edible art”. So it’s almost no surprise that the two-time San Pellegrino Asia’s Best Pastry Chef (2013 and 2014) winner will be opening her flagship Janice Wong Singapore restaurant and sweets boutique at the National Museum of Singapore’s new dedicated digital media space.
Creative confections are displayed through edible installations that resemble both an art gallery and a fashion boutique. Sweets include multicoloured lollipops, chocolate bon bons, fruit rolls, chocolate balloons, bottles, mochis and pop cakes.
Kaffles is a small F&B start-up by two friends, Kenny Huang and Kimberley Yeo. They wanted a simple name and thought to inject a twist to the word “waffles” by replacing the first letter with the initials of both of their names. Hence, the name, Kaffles.
Their signature waffle will be the Thai Milk Tea Kaffles which is a Thai milk tea infused waffle that has gone through many hours of research and experimenting to achieve that cakey and doughy texture with a light crisp. The Thai milk tea drizzle is also the product of countless hours of work before it was perfected.
Catching on to the recent craze of coconut ice cream, Kenny has also come up with a gula Melak combination that features a scoop of island coconut ice cream and red ruby on buttermilk waffles. I actually love this one because of its thick gula melaka, just that it’s a little on the sweet side.
Candy Empire is more than a one-stop-shop for anyone with a sweet tooth, it is a specialty shop filled with gourmet delights from across the world. Here, you can find novelty drinks, jams, chips, dried fruit, toffees, cookies, savoury snacks and confectionery treats sourced from quality manufacturers in Australia, Europe and the U.S.A - a paradise for snack lovers.