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50 Best Bakeries In Singapore, Including Old-School Bakeries And Pastry Cafes

29th September 2023

Best bakeries in Singapore

New bakeries in Singapore seem to sprout up by the minute, so we’re constantly spoiled for choice when it comes to satisfying our carb cravings. Whether you’re a fan of trendy bakes such as mochi buns or lava cakes, or you’re looking for old-school waffles and bread that evoke nostalgia with every bite, Singapore’s bakery scene has something for everyone.

With that said, we’ve collated a list of the 50 best bakeries in Singapore that you should check out, so everyone can go get that bread—literally!

1. Park Backerei


Located at Tanjong Pagar’s Icon Village, Park Backerei is Singapore’s first German pretzel bakery. Founded by a German native and his wife, the brand initially started out as a home-based business before opening its physical store in August 2023.

We recommend their OG Plain Pretzel ($3.90+++), a soft Swabian-style pretzel that’s slightly salty, as well as the savoury Cheese Pretzel ($4.50++). Additionally, Park Backerei offers stuffed bagels such as Red Velvet Coconut ($7.50++), featuring a chewy bagel with a layer of red velvet cake hidden within it.

Read our Park Backerei review.

Park Bäckerei
12 Gopeng St, #01-41/42 and 52/53, Singapore 078877
Opening Hours: Tuesday 08:00-19:00  Show More Timings 
Park Backerei is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Dough Bakery

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Stepping into Dough Bakery will make you feel as though you’re in a fancy cafe in Seoul. Fans of the bakery rave about their house-made pastries, especially the Adzuki Mochi Danish ($5.50++)—gooey mochi hidden beneath layers of laminated pastry. For something unique, try the refreshing Kaffir Lime Guava Strawberry ($5.50++) too. It’s made with real fruit and comes with sugar pearls that pair well with the tart jam.

Read our Dough Bakery review.

30 Victoria St, #01-30, Singapore 187996
Opening Hours: Tuesday 08:30-18:00  Show More Timings 

Dough is not a halal-certified eatery

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3. Butter Town


Founded by sisters Serene and Danielle, Butter Town offers an array of baked delights, all made from scratch, including their signature shio pan, chicken curry sets, and sourdough mantou. Their Original Shio Pan ($1.90) stands out with its golden brown crust and fluffy insides, while the Au Chocolat Shio Pan ($2.40) is an indulgent, sweet number stuffed with a Belgian chocolate filling.

We recommend heading down early to try a variety of their bakes, as they tend to sell out within three hours of opening!

Read our Butter Town review.

Address: 44 Holland Drive, #02-35, Holland Drive Market & Food Centre, Singapore 270004
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 11am to 2:30pm (or sold out)
Tel: 87516007
Butter Town is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Keong Saik Bakery

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Keong Saik Bakery, once situated on Keong Saik Road, has relocated their flagship to Luzerne in Bendemeer, bringing with it an eye-catching aesthetic that’s every Instagrammer’s dream. The bakery’s delectable pastries look equally as gorgeous; there’s the Chendol Delight 2.0 ($8.40++), starring gula melaka coconut custard with red bean, atap seeds, and pandan noodles sitting atop a gula melaka genoise base. We also loved the Muah Chee Croissant Cube ($5.90++), comprising a flaky croissant cube infused with black sesame paste and sticky muah chee.

Read our Keong Saik Bakery review.

Keong Saik Bakery
70 Bendemeer Rd, #01-03, Singapore 339940
Opening Hours: Tuesday 08:00-19:00  Show More Timings 

Keong Saik Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Ah Tas Muffins

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This hidden gem was founded by David Lim, a passionate baker who left his corporate job to fulfil his culinary dream. The name Ah Tas Muffins playfully alludes to “atas,” the Malay word for high standards, which reflects their commitment to quality ingredients sourced globally—butter from Denmark, milk from Germany, sugar from Mauritius, and macadamia nuts from South Africa.

Ah Tas Muffins tempts with 15 muffin flavours, such as Triple Cheese ($2.90) with its trio of cheddar, mozzarella, and European cheese. Chocolate Oreo ($2.60) and Chocolate Peanut Butter ($2.90) are must-tries for every chocolate lover, while the Hazelnut Praline ($3.90) beckons with its caramelised hazelnut ganache filling that’s similar to Kinder Bueno.

Check out our Ah Tas Muffins review.

Address: 51 Old Airport Road, #01-49, Old Airport Road Food Centre, Singapore 390051
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 9am to 3pm (or sold out)
Ah Tas Muffins is a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Elijah Pies


Elijah Pies, a local bakery renowned for its Instagram-worthy dessert pies, has expanded from a central kitchen to a takeaway kiosk and baking studio. The Wild Berry Lavender Pie ($7.90++) stands out as a crowd favourite, blending creamy layers of yoghurt and berry with a delicate lavender fragrance. Alternatively, the Matcha Latte Pie ($7.90++) is a dessert twist on the popular matcha latte, with a crispy chocolate cookie crust, green tea custard, and torched meringue. If you prefer savoury options, try the outlet-exclusive Mac N’ Cheese Pie ($12.90++) instead, filled with mac and cheese, beef salami, chives, and savoury onion crumble.

Check out our Elijah Pies review.

Elijah Pies – Tanjong Pagar
7 Tanjong Pagar Plz, #01-102, Singapore 081007
Opening Hours: Tuesday 10:00-18:00  Show More Timings 

Elijah Pies is not a halal-certified eatery.

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CATBAKE, a Japanese cat-themed bakery, is the brainchild of Hokkaido patissier and chef Shinya Tajima, renowned for his cat-shaped buns at Neko Neko Shokupan in Japan. Their signature Cat Cheesecake ($28) comes in Original and Dark Chocolate flavours, each rendition starring a cream cheese layer over a fluffy sponge cake. The cafe also has the Cat French Toast ($3.60)—fluffy shokupan bread with hints of vanilla and cinnamon.

Check out our CATBAKE review.

1 Vista Exchange Green, B1-43, Singapore 138617
Opening Hours: Tuesday 00:00-00:00  Show More Timings 

CATBAKE is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. On’Lee Artisan Bakery

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On’Lee Artisan Bakery offers affordable artisanal croissants and pastries made by an ex-Ritz Carlton and MBS baker. Their Garlic Cream Cheese Croissant ($3) features buttery, flaky pastry with a cheesy cream centre, while the Pistachio Croissant ($4) is a nutty snack studded with crushed pistachio. On’Lee Artisan Bakery also offers a fresh batch of pastries that’s available around 12:30pm every day.

Read our On’Lee Artisan Baskery review.

Address: Woodlands Square, Woodlands MRT Station – Exit 7 (Thomson East Coast Line B1), Singapore 737736
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 8pm
Tel: 6908 7069
On’Lee Artisan Bakery is a halal-certified eatery

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9. Lau Chong Kee Mini

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Lau Chong Kee Mini is a haven for those seeking a taste of nostalgia through yummy old-school buns and time-honoured traditional pastries. Their Custard Bun ($1.40) is baked to a beautiful brown and is filled with golden yellow custard. As for the cone-shaped Custard Pie ($1.30), it’s light, flaky, and also delightfully crispy. We’ve heard good things about their Green Bean Pie and Red Bean Pie too, priced at $1 each, as well as the Pure Sponge ($1.30) cake, which comes in the shape of a domed flower.

Read our Lau Chong Kee Mini review.

Address: 32 New Market Road, #01-1030, People’s Park Complex Food Centre, Singapore 0500324
Opening hours: Daily 12:30pm to 8:30pm
Lau Chong Kee Mini is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Happy Oven


Happy Oven at Tiong Bahru is one of Singapore’s best-known halal-certified bakeries, specialising in old-school pastries and cakes made from scratch with natural ingredients. A popular item from their lineup is the Classic Cream Puff ($1.40), which sees choux pastry piped with house-made custard cream, and dusted with powdered sugar. Their delectable Ondeh Ondeh Cake ($1.40) remains their best-selling item over the years. This pandan cake is uber fluffy, and is filled with gula melaka coconut and fresh coconut shavings.

Read our Happy Oven review.

Address: 40 Beo Crescent, #01-08, Singapore 160040
Opening hours: Daily 5am to 7pm
Happy Oven is a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Bread & Butter by XY


Bread & Butter by XY is a charming bakery cafe known for its Wes Anderson-inspired pink aesthetic. Founded by Xin Ying (XY), the cafe initially started as a home-based business during the pandemic before moving to its colourful home at Oxley Tower. Priced at $3.80, their Cinnamon Roll is soft and buttery, while the Japanese Black Sesame Loaf with Kinako Crumble ($4) is well-baked with roasted nutty notes. Try the Matcha Financier ($2.50) too—topped with crunchy almonds, it offers a light crunch on the outside and a tender crumb within.

Check out our Bread & Butter by XY review.

138 Robinson Rd, #01-04 Oxley Tower, Singapore 068906
Opening Hours: Tuesday 07:00-16:00  Show More Timings 

Bread & Butter by XY is not a halal-certified eatery.

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12. La Grigne Patisserie


There are no seats at La Grigne Patisserie, but the bakery welcomes a constant stream of customers thanks to their enticing display of freshly baked pastries. It’s also conveniently located just a minute’s walk away from Maxwell MRT Station. During our visit, we were drawn to La Grigne’s signature item, the Salmon Mentaiko Croissant. Priced at $5.50, it was beautifully layered and housed a small but flavourful slice of smoked salmon within its centre. We also have good things to say about their Chocolate Lava Croissant ($4), which oozed with a creamy and rich chocolate ganache.

Read our La Grigne Patisserie review.

Address: 33 Erskine Road, #01-02, Singapore 069333
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am to 6:30pm
Tel: 8831 7175
La Grigne Patisserie is not a halal-certified eatery.

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13. Konditori Artisan Bakes

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Konditori Artisan Bakes is a popular halal bakery selling artisanal pastries. We’re huge fans of their Strawberry Cream Cheese Danish ($5.90+), which came with crushed pistachio sprinkled on one half and powdered sugar on the other, then topped with fresh fruits. Equally enticing was the Red Velvet Croissant ($5.90+), comprising a sweet combination of cream cheese and croissant layers, with subtle chocolatey notes. On the savoury front, they’ve got the Sun-Dried Tomato and Cheese Basil Pesto Sourdough ($8.90+)—light and airy sourdough with a pleasant chewiness.

Check out our Konditori Artisan Bakes review.

Address: 33-34 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199451
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 6pm
Tel: 6209 8580
Konditori Artisan Bakes is a halal-certified eatery.

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14. June Bakery

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This hole-in-the-wall bakery is run by a friendly duo who craft their traditional pastries fresh every day. The star of the show is their Cheese Tart ($1.50) with its crumbly shortcrust bottom and dense cheesecake filling. Orh nee lovers can also try the Orh Nee Tart ($1.50), which presents a simple construction of buttery crust, yam filling, and ginkgo nuts. Don’t miss out on their delicious Portuguese Egg Tarts ($1.30) too. They’re known for being light and not too sweet, with a slightly eggy flavour.

Be sure to arrive early, ideally before 12pm, to ensure you can savour their delectable bakes before they’re gone for the day!

Check out our June Bakery review.

Address: 7500A Beach Road, #B1-321, The Plaza, Singapore 199591
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am to 2:30pm
Tel: 9731 3002
June Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. Butter Bread

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We love the croissants at Butter Bread, especially their Egg Tart Croissant ($5.50), which features a light, flaky croissant pastry with smooth egg tart custard. For something savoury, consider the Garlic Cheese Croissant ($5.50)—this won us over with its sweet and tangy cream cheese filling. Otherwise, the Chocolate Chip Brioche ($7.50) is also worth a try with its soft, fluffy texture and a generous amount of chocolate chips in each slice.

Check out our Butter Bread review.

Address: 371 Beach Roadd, B1-56 Citygate, Singapore 199597
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 11:30am to 5:30pm
Tel: 9117 3529
Butter Bread is not a halal-certified eatery.

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16. Fluff Bakery

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Fluff Bakery, renowned for its halal-friendly cupcakes, has expanded its offerings to include a range of freshly baked sweet and savoury treats. Their Miso Butter Mushroom Galette ($5.50) impresses with its delightfully buttery pastry and flavorful umami filling, while the Mexican Sweetcorn Flatbread ($4.50) is aromatic with a slight kick of spice.

Baked goods aside, Fluff Bakery also offers coffee such as Iced Long Black ($4.50) and Flat White ($4.50) to accompany their sweet treats.

Read our Fluff Bakery review.

Fluff Bakery
795 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198763
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:30-19:00  Show More Timings 

Fluff Bakery is a halal-certified eatery.

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17. Serangoon Gardens Bakery

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The dedicated bakers at Serangoon Gardens Bakery & Confectionery commence their day at the early hour of 2am, crafting bread from scratch to ensure a fresh batch for their customers daily. Go for their Hamburger Bun ($1) and savoury Curry Bun ($1.10), or get the Yam Paste Bun ($1.10) for creamy, earthy bites of house-made orh nee.

Check out our Serangoon Gardens Bakery review.

Address: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-45 Garden Market, Singapore 555945
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 6am to 2pm
Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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18. Uncle Lee Confectionery

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Uncle Lee Confectionery, a traditional bakery with a remarkable 35-year legacy, resides at the heart of Bugis. This family-run bakery specialises in a range of classic baked goods, including Butter Cookie ($19) and Custard Puffs ($0.60). Their custard puff was our favourite, comprising an airy choux pastry filled with fluffy buttercream.

Read our Uncle Lee Confectionery review.

Address: 4 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199071
Opening hours: Sun-Fri 10am to 5pm
Tel: 9386 0412
Uncle Lee Confectionery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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19. Mei Kee Bakery

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Mei Kee Bakery, run by Bakery Cuisine, offers a unique twist on traditional Hong Kong-style baked goods. They are known for their innovative Tau Sar Piah (from $1+), available in unique flavours such as Coffee, Yuan Yang, and Durian, as well as their intriguing, purple-hued orh nee tarts—a rarity in most bakeries. They also offer a range of baked goods that are suited for breakfast, such as Black Pepper Polo Bun ($1.80+), Chicken Sausage Puff ($1.80+), and Curry Potato Puff ($1.80+).

Check out our Mei Kee Bakery review.

Address: 1 North Point Drive, Yishun Bus Interchange, Singapore 768019
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8pm
Mei Kee Bakery is not a halal-certified bakery.

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20. Chin Mee Chin Confectionery

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Even if you’ve never been to Chin Mee Chin Confectionery, we’re pretty sure the name rings a bell. Arguably one of Singapore’s most famous bakeries, Chin Mee Chin is well-loved for their traditional breakfast delights. Start your day with their Kaya Toast ($2.20), made with a century-old recipe and toasted over charcoal, accompanied by soft-boiled eggs. Otherwise, get some of their old-school bakes to go, including Cream Horn ($2) and Luncheon Meat Bun ($2). Their Cheesecake Brownie ($2.60) is also delicious, featuring a subtle tanginess and decadent chocolate base.

Read our Chin Mee Chin Confectionery review.

Chin Mee Chin
204 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428903
Opening Hours: Tuesday 08:00-16:00  Show More Timings 

Chin Mee Chin Confectionery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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21. The Fat Kid Bakery

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The Fat Kid Bakery is famous for their Italian-style stuffed doughnuts AKA bomboloni. A failsafe flavour is the Blueberry Cheesecake ($4.80), made with real berries and a creamy, tangy cream cheese filling. If you’re into tea flavours, try the Earl Grey ($4) bombolone instead. It’s on the sweeter side, so opt for flavours such as Apple Pie ($4.80) and Mango Mousse ($5) if you prefer something fruity.

Check out our The Fat Kid Bakery review.

The Fat Kid Bakery
39 Amoy St, Singapore 069865
Opening Hours: Tuesday 09:00-17:00  Show More Timings 

The Fat Kid Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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22. MuYoo

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Whether you’re looking for chewy mochi buns or house-made bubble tea, you’ll have your cravings satisfied here at MuYoo. With branches in Changi City Point and Jurong Point, MuYoo’s most popular flavour is the Black Sesame Mochi ($2.80), with their Peanut Mochi ($2.80) being another best-seller. Don’t miss out on the Cheesy Brown Sugar Pearl ($5.50) too, a refreshing drink comprising a layer of cheese atop brown sugar-infused milk.

Read our MuYoo review.

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MuYoo is not a halal-certified eatery.

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23. Champion Bolo Bun

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After closing for renovation work, Champion Bolo Bun has now reopened at Tanjong Pagar Road with walk-in takeaways available. Their famous bolo buns are baked in small batches every 15 minutes and are best consumed within 20 minutes. Go back to basics with their Classic Bolo Bun ($4.50) or enjoy an additional slab of cold butter with the Classic With Butter ($5) bun. If you love spicy food, we recommend their Curry Potato ($6), packed with soft potatoes, chunks of meat, and a piquant curry filling.

Check out our Champion Bolo Bun review.

Champion Bolo Bun
92 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088513
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:00-19:00  Show More Timings 

Champion Bolo Bun is not a halal-certified eatery.

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24. Puffs And Peaks

Founded by a mother-daughter duo, Puffs And Peaks started out as an online venture that gained popularity for their homemade baked goods without preservatives. Most recently, the bakery expanded to a physical store in Tampines, offering their popular Salted Honey, Lavender, Blackcurrant Jam Cake ($6): lavender sponge, salted honey whipped cream, and house-made blackcurrant jam. The Brookie ($3.70) is another indulgent treat, consisting of a half-chocolate chip, half-brownie cookie with Valrhona dark chocolate chunks for texture.

Read our Puffs And Peaks review.

Puffs And Peaks Bakery
866A Tampines Street 83, #03-03 Central Community Complex, Singapore 521866
Opening Hours: Tuesday 10:30-17:00  Show More Timings 

Puffs And Peaks is not a halal-certified eatery.

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25. Brotherbird Bakehouse


For delectable mochi croissants, head over to Brotherbird Bakehouse. The bakery offers a range of unique croissant flavours that change every month. During our visit, we had the Mentaiko Prawn Twice-Baked ($7.02), filled with mentaiko prawn stuffing and mozzarella cheese, and the Ham & Cheddar Twice-Baked ($6.48), spotlighting honey-baked ham and cheddar cheese. Fruit lovers can try the Raspberry Pistachio Danish ($5.94) or tangy Lemon Meringue Croissant ($5.40) too.

Brotherbird Bakehouse @ CIMB plaza
30 Raffles Pl, B1-23, Singapore 048622
Opening Hours: Tuesday 08:30-16:30  Show More Timings 

Brotherbird Bakehouse is not a halal-certified eatery.

26. Eat Rich

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Eat Rich, a hidden gem located at Raffles Place MRT Station, sells traditional bakes with a twist such as CoffeeTau Sar Piah ($1.30) and Croissant Egg Tart ($3.80). They’ve also got more conventional pastries, including Portuguese Egg Tart ($2.20) and Lao Po Bing ($2.20), AKA Wife’s Biscuit.

Enjoy discounts when you purchase multiple items too! Pay only $5 when you buy five $1.30 items, and spend only $10 when you purchase five $2.20 bakes.

Check out our Eat Rich feature!

Address: 5 Raffles Place, #B1-54, Raffles Place MRT Station, Singapore 048618
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9am to 8pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 8pm
Eat Rich is not a halal-certified eatery.

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27. Marymount Bakehouse

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Sharing the same space as Mr Bucket Chocolaterie at Sin Ming Road is Marymount Bakehouse. This relatively new bakery is famous for their artisanal sourdough bakes and Marymufflets—their take on English muffins. The Marymufflets are available in two variations: Black Truffle, Cheese, and Poached Pear (from $7) and French Toast with Morning Rice Custard and bananas (from $7). If muffins aren’t your thing, get a Shepherd’s Pie instead, priced at $28 for a 5.5-inch pie and $69 for a 7-inch pie.

Address: 23 Sin Ming Road, #01-15, Singapore 577155
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 8:30am to 7:30pm, Sat-Sun 8:30am to 6:30pm
Marymount Bakehouse is not a halal-certified eatery

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28. Frosted By Fang


Located under an HDB block along Upper Aljunied Lane, Frosted by Fang offers a lineup of goodies that are baked fresh on-site each morning. You can drop by and da bao what’s available, or pop in to collect your pre-order. Our team got a box of five treats, which comprised Sour Cherry Oatmeal Crumble ($5), Dark Chocolate Lavender Brownie ($5.50), Coconut, Yuzu Curd & Lychee Mochi Donut ($4), Browned Butter Miso Chocolate Chip Cookie ($3.50), and Classic Carrot Walnut Cake ($6.50).

The menu changes each month and items are limited, so it’s best to drop them a message on Instagram if anything catches your eye!

Read our Frosted By Fang review.

Frosted by Fang
4 Upper Aljunied Ln, #01-02, Singapore 360004
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:00-19:00  Show More Timings 

Frosted by Fang is not a halal-certified eatery.

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29. The Homme Baker


Helmed by Bangkok-born pastry chef Pond Lim, The Homme Baker is best known for their signature T&J cakes. Named after the iconic duo Tom & Jerry, the cakes come in the form of slices of Swiss cheese encased in a flavoured chocolate shell.

The T&J collection comes in six different flavours, such as T&J Ondeh ($8.80) and T&J Strawberry Shortcake ($8.80). We enjoyed the T&J Yuzu ($9.80), which was zesty, refreshing, and not overly cloying.

Read our The Homme Baker review.

The Homme Baker
38 Margaret Dr, Unit 01-08, Singapore 141038
Opening Hours: Tuesday 10:30-20:30  Show More Timings 

The Homme Baker is not a halal-certified eatery.

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30. The Lim’s Kitchen

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Online bakery The Lim’s Kitchen is known for their New Classics ($35) pastry box, which gets you an assortment of bakes such as Cheesy Sausage Wellington, Truffle Mushroom Croissant, and Pistachio Chocolate Pain Suisse—a laminated pastry filled with pistachio custard. If you’re planning a brunch gathering, consider the Croissant Pizzette Box ($32) instead. This includes four croissant pizzettes made with the bakery’s house-made sourdough and premium French butter. Otherwise, consider the Apple Frangipane Tart ($39), featuring slow-cooked green apples on an almond tart shell, finished with buttery crumble.

The Lim’s Kitchen is not a halal-certified bakery.

31. Le Royale Patisserie

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Nestled in the space once occupied by Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry, Le Royale Patisserie offers a diverse range of traditional bakes such as matcha red bean toasts and polo buns. Their Matcha Polo Bun ($2.20) is a standout, boasting a soft, airy bun with sweet mango filling. Other must-tries include the Meat Floss Cake ($6), Matcha Yogurt Mousse ($6.80), and Coconut Mousse ($6.80).

Don’t skip on their Durian Daifuku if you’re a fan of the king of fruits. Priced at $8.40 for two pieces, the delectable treat spotlights snow skin mochi filled with creamy durian paste.

Read our Le Royale Patisserie review.

Address: 55 Tiong Bahru Road, Block 55, #01-39, Singapore 160055
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 9pm
Le Royale Patisserie is not a halal-certified eatery.

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32. Tiong Bahru Bakery

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This list won’t be complete without mentioning Tiong Bahru Bakery. One of Singapore’s most famous bakeries, they’re known for their signature item—the rich, buttery, and super crispy Croissant ($4+). If you have a sweet tooth, get the Dessert Croffle ($14+) instead, featuring a creamy combination of vanilla bean ice cream and house-made chocolate sauce. Savoury croffles are also available—the Breakfast Croffle ($22) is a substantial number with roasted portobello mushrooms, crispy bacon, and a runny fried egg, drizzled with ranch herb sauce.

Website | Full list of outlets
Tiong Bahru Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

33. Chef Gan


If you love Hong Kong pastries, you’re in luck: Chef Gan is a hidden gem bakery in Clementi’s West Coast Market specialising in legit coconut tarts, char siew buns, and yummy tau sar piah. Chef Gan’s bolo buns are delicious and affordable, priced at just $0.90 each. They come in flavours such as red bean and chocolate too. Additionally, the bakery offers various kinds of egg tarts, including Portuguese Egg Tarts, Charcoal Egg Tarts, and Flaky Puff Egg Tarts, priced at $1.60 each.

Check out our Chef Gan review!

Address: 726 West Coast Road, Singapore 120726
Opening hours: Daily 5am to 8pm
Chef Gan is not a halal-certified eatery.

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34. Dough In The Jungle


Dough in Jungle, located at Tampines Greenverge, is a neighbourhood bakery with freshly baked buns and doughnuts. They have a selection of mini buns priced at $1 each or $4.50 for five, allowing you to mix and match your choices. Out of all their bakes, the Ondeh Ondeh bun stands out with its striking shade of green. It’s covered with desiccated coconut flakes on the outside, stuffed with rich gula melaka filling on the inside. Another highly raved item is their Peanut Waffle ($2.20), starring soft, floppy pandan waffles slathered with peanut butter that melts upon contact.

Read our Dough in Jungle feature!

Address: 622A Tampines Avenue 12, #01-02, Tampines GreenVerge, Singapore 521622
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 7:30am to 8:30pm, Fri-Sun 7:30am to 9pm
Dough in Jungle is not a halal-certified eatery.

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35. Yi Jia Bakery House

yi jia bakery cafe flatlay

For traditional kopi and crispy waffle sandwiches, head over to Yi Jia Bakery House Cafe. Their most popular offering is the honeycomb-shaped pandan waffle, which earned the top spot on our list of best old-school waffles in Singapore! Get yourself a Kaya waffle ($2.60), comprising two pandan-spiked waffles slathered with house-made pandan kaya. Other filling options are also available, including Peanut ($2.80), Chocolate ($2.80), and Blueberry ($2.80). Before you leave, order a cup of Kopi C or Teh C, priced at just $1.40 each, to wash everything down.

Check out our feature of Yi Jia Bakery House.

Yi Jia Bakery House Cafe
229 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574361
Opening Hours: Tuesday 07:00-20:00  Show More Timings 

Yi Jia Bakery House Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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36. The French American Bakery


The French American Bakery at Haji Lane recently went viral for their Torched Marshmallow Hot Chocolate ($8), comprising hot chocolate topped with rings of fluffy caramelised marshmallows. But that’s not all they offer—the bakery also has huge Cinnamon Buns, priced at $5.60 per piece. They feature golden-brown, pillowy swirls, which are generously coated with sweet and aromatic cinnamon. You can also try their range of croissants, madeleines, and kouign amann!

Read our coverage of The French American Bakery.

The French American Bakery
49 Haji Ln, Singapore 189242
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:00-19:00  Show More Timings 

The French American Bakery is a Muslim-owned eatery.

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37. Jia Mei Bakery


Jia Mei Bakery, located in Old Airport Road Food Centre, is all about old-school baked goods such as coconut tarts and sugar doughnuts. The bakery prepares everything on-site, except for the pre-packaged loaves on display. In the morning, you’ll find a small selection of bakes, including Egg Tarts ($1.40), Banana Cake ($2.40), and Marble Cake ($2.40). The baker aunty creates these treats in small batches each morning due to space constraints. The bakes are typically available in the afternoon, starting around 12pm, so be sure to head down then if you’d like to give them a try!

Check out our Jia Mei Bakery coverage.

Address: 51 Old Airport Road, #01-43, Singapore 390051
Opening hours: Tue-Fri, Sun 9am to 6pm
Jia Mei Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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38. Sembawang Confectionery

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Another old-school bakery is Sembawang Confectionery, which has been around since the 1960s. Their signature Cream Horns are priced at $12 for six pieces, while their freshly baked muffins are priced at $5.50 for three. We recommend their buttercream cakes, including their unique Traffic Light Cake that’s decorated in green, yellow, and red stripes. You’ll find this cake in their Heritage Box ($16.80), which gets you eight slices of traditional buttercream cakes.

Address: 6 Beach Road, #01-4869, Singapore 190006
Opening hours: Daily 7:30am to 6:30pm
Tel: 6295 3965
Sembawang Confectionery is not a halal-certified eatery.

39. Micro Bakery Kitchen


Micro Bakery Kitchen has taken over the space of the now-defunct Forty Hands cafe in Tiong Bahru, offering delectable brunch mains, bread, and pastries. The bakery originally started as a small store at Serene Centre and expanded to The Red House in Katong, before opening this newest outlet.

Micro Bakery Kitchen specialises in naturally leavened sourdough bread, baked fresh in-house daily with sustainable wholegrain flour. Try their Nagaimo Croquette ($18+), a deep-fried croquette filled with mashed mountain yam, mushrooms, and cabbage, sandwiched between fluffy milk toast. For cheese lovers, there’s the Grilled 4 Cheese ($16+) sandwich, layered with raclette, mozzarella, ricotta, and cheddar cheeses. Beyond sandwiches, the cafe also offers a range of baked goods and pastries, including Banana Walnut Cake ($6+) and Lemon Yoghurt Chia Cake ($6+).

Read our Micro Bakery review.

MICRO | bakery kitchen
78 Yong Siak St, #01-12, Singapore 163078
Opening Hours: Tuesday 08:00-16:00  Show More Timings 

Micro Bakery Kitchen is not a halal-certified eatery.

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40. MZW Bakery


The name MZW is an acronym for Mai Zhi Wei (麦之味), which translates to “Flavour of Wheat” in Mandarin. This name was inspired by the founder’s name, Michael, which sounds similar to the Chinese word for wheat (麦). MZW offers chiffon cakes in 13 flavours, all priced at $2 each. Classic flavours comprise Chocolate, Pandan, and Coffee, and you can get more unique options such as Blueberry Yoghurt and Durian too. These chiffon cakes are loved for their light and fluffy texture, and are made without any artificial sweeteners.

Check out our coverage of MZW Bakery.

Address: 158 Bedok South Avenue 3, #01-585, Singapore 460158
Opening hours: Sat-Thurs 8am to 8pm
MZW Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

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41. Chang Ji Bing Jia

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At Chang Ji Bing Jia, they’ve given the traditional tau sar piah a makeover by spiking it with black sesame and adding a layer of mochi for extra chewiness. These mochi tau sar piah are priced at $1.70 each. Otherwise, you can still enjoy their traditional tau sar piah, available at $1 per piece.

Chang Ji Bing Jia also offers a wide selection of other traditional baked goods. You can try their house-made cakes, including their signature Cheese Cake ($1.70) and Banana Cake ($3.50). Another popular offering is their Brownie Cake ($4.50), a moist chocolate cake topped with icing and studded with chocolate chips—a unique find at neighbourhood bakeries.

Address: Blk 727 Clementi West Street 2, #01-240, Singapore 120727
Opening hours: Daily 7:30am to 9:30pm
Chang Ji Bing Jia is not a halal-certified eatery.

42. Swish Rolls

swish rolls - intro creme croissant

You don’t have to fly to New York to try the TikTok-famous creme croissants, because local bakery Swish Rolls has their very own version, AKA the Croon. The Croon is a circular croissant filled with assorted creme fillings, topped with ganache, and finished with crumbly bits. You can find five Croon flavours here at Swish Rolls, including the savoury Ham ‘N Cheeze ($5.80) with turkey ham, bechamel sauce, mozzarella, and cheddar. Sweet variants are available too, with flavours such as Loaded Pistachio, Deep Dark Valrhona Chocolate, and Super Summer Berries.

Read our Swish Rolls review.

Swish Rolls
501 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-02B Cluny Court, Singapore 259760
Opening Hours: Tuesday 00:00-00:00  Show More Timings 

Swish Rolls is not a halal-certified eatery.

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43. DOME Bakery

Dome Bakery Brownie Stack

DOME Bakery, originally a home-based business, now has a physical store located along South Bridge Road. They’re also situated just a short walk from Chinatown, Maxwell, and Telok Ayer MRT Stations. The bakery is renowned for their Fudging Good Brownies, comprising rich and indulgent brownies made with pure Belgian chocolate. Flavours include Biscoff Cookie ($6.50), Peanut Butter Pecan ($6), Yuzu Cranberry ($6.80), and Smoked Sea Salt ($6). The 70% Dark Chocolate Brownie ($6) is a must-try for avid chocolate lovers. If you’re getting this brownie to go, we recommend warming it up in the microwave for maximum ooze!

Check out our DOME Bakery review.

Dome Bakery – Fudgy Brownies & Bakes
227 South Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 058776
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:00-18:30  Show More Timings 

DOME Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

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44. Ma Mere Boulangerie

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If you love waffles, you must try the ones at Ma Mere Boulangerie. Priced from $1.70 each, they come in flavours such as Peanut Butter, Kaya, and Japanese Red Bean. Plain waffles are available too, available at $1.50 per piece. In addition to waffles, the bakery also has Black Sesame Bread ($1.80), starring sesame-studded bread filled with ground black sesame. It’s creamy, nutty, and makes for a sweet morning treat.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-271, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6268 8728
Ma Mere Boulangerie is not a halal-certified eatery.

45. Le Matin Patisserie


Originally an online bakery, Le Matin Patisserie gained fame during the Circuit Breaker for their smoked cruffins, kouign amann, and canales. Their ION Orchard cafe serves brunch from 11am to 3pm and dinner and desserts from 6pm to 10pm. The cakes and pastries on display are available for order all day.

Popular items on their menu include their Almond Croissant ($7.50++), Sake Lees & Macadamia Choux Bun ($14++), and Mont Blanc ($14++). The Sake Lees Choux Bun is a standout item, featuring a delicate choux bun filled with light sake lees mousse, served atop a macadamia yuzu crunch base.

Check out our Le Matin Patisserie review.

Le Matin Patisserie @ ION
2 Orchard Turn, B2-49 ION ORCHARD, Singapore 238801
Opening Hours: Tuesday 10:00-22:00  Show More Timings 

Le Matin Patisserie is not a halal-certified eatery.

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46. Balmoral Bakery

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Balmoral Bakery, a long-standing bakery near Clementi MRT Station, has been serving old-school bakes since the 1960s. Known for their savoury pies and fluffy cakes, the bakery offers nostalgic treats that are becoming harder to find. One of their popular items is the Chicken Samosa ($1.50), a triangle-shaped pastry filled with a savoury potato and chicken mixture. The Chicken Pie ($1.80) is another favourite. This comes with chicken chunks, carrots, potatoes, and peas in a savoury filling. Don’t miss out on their savoury Egg Tarts and Custard Tarts too, priced at $1.50 each.

Address: 105 Clementi Street 12, #01-06, Sunset Way Residence, Singapore 120105
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 7pm
Balmoral Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

47. Sourbombe Bakery


Sourbombe Bakery, known for its delectable pastries and treats, has opened its second outlet at Jewel Changi. This bakery is run by Genevieve Lee, the runner-up of Masterchef Singapore 2018. Their Hay Honey ($8.50) soft-serve is a must-try, and so is their Crab & Caviar ($8) bombolini. The latter is generously stuffed with fresh crab meat salad, guacamole, avocado cream cheese, and mustard aioli, then crowned with caviar. Complement your treats with the cafe’s range of refreshing beverages too, including the Ginger Berry Espresso Soda ($9) and Blueberry Lemon Cream Soda ($9).

Read our Sourbombe Bakery review.

Sourbombe Bakery – Jewel
78 Airport Blvd., #02 - 237, Singapore 819666
Opening Hours: Tuesday 10:00-22:00  Show More Timings 

Sourbombe Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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48. Humble Bakery

humble bakery lineup

Humble Bakery at One Raffles Place specialises in scones in unique flavours, including mochi-infused ones. The scones at Humble Bakery are made with premium French butter and whipping cream, resulting in rich and flavourful scones with a tender crumb. While we were there, we tried their Peanut Mochi Scone ($4.80), which sees a buttery scone filled with chunky peanut paste and stretchy mochi. We also loved the Tirami-choux ($8), featuring a light and airy choux pastry filled with creamy Kahlua-infused mascarpone.

Read our Humble Bakery review.

Address: 1 Raffles Place, #02-27, One Raffles Place, Singapore 048616
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 6pm, Sat 10am to 4pm
Humble Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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49. Nypone Bakery

Image credit: @nyponebakery

This Nanyang Polytechnic bakery offers baked goods that are affordable and delicious. Popular items include the Black Sesame Mochi Bun ($2.20) and Red Bean Mochi Bun ($1.80), a fluffy white bun filled with sweet red bean paste and mochi. Nypone Bakery also offers a range of old-school muffins priced from $1.80, with flavours such as Banana Walnut, Apple Crumble, Double Chocolate Almond, and Blueberry Crumble.

For something more hearty, get a slice of their Garlic Cheese Fresh Pizza ($2.80) or get a 12-inch ($22) to share.

Address: 180 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Stall 10, Foodgle Hub, Block P1, Basement, Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore 5698830
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am to 6pm
Tel: 8939 2191
Nypone Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

50. Love Confectionery

love confectionery - flatlay buttercream cakes
Image credit: @jxeats

Love Confectionery is a traditional bakery in Singapore that has been around since 1979. Highlights on their menu include Pandan Cake ($1), Custard Puff ($0.60), and Buttercream Cake ($1.50). The bakery’s buttercream cakes feature buttercream frosting made with margarine, and come in five flavours: Classic, Peanut, Chocolate Sprinkles, Rainbow Sprinkles, and Almond Flakes. A variety of old-school buns such as Kaya Bun and Hot Dog Bun are available too, priced at only $1 each.

Read our Love Confectionery coverage.

Address: 122 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-60, Singapore 150122
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm to 6pm, Sun 10:30am to 1pm
Tel: 6278 2385
Love Confectionery is not a halal-certified eatery

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Cafe bakeries and traditional pastries in Singapore

Whether you’re into trendy bakes or prefer the traditional classics, you’ll find something that suits your palate in our list of best bakeries in Singapore. If you’re looking for dessert places, have a look at our late-night dessert cafes food guide. Those who prefer enjoying desserts from the comfort of their homes can read our dessert box delivery services guide.

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