Best late-night desserts places in Singapore
If you often have midnight cravings, you’re in luck. From muah chee gelato to Thai milk tea bingsu, we’ve come up with a list of late-night dessert spots that close after 11pm, so you can grab a quick bite whenever you’re feeling the munchies.
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- Best late-night desserts places in Singapore
- Late-night dessert cafes in Singapore for supper
1. Butterspace Bakery
Butterspace Bakery is one of the few cafes that serve late-night desserts till 2am daily. Get their Cookie Sandwich ($8.50) for that IG-worthy shot; it comes with your choice of ice cream, topping, sauce, and cookie. You can also take things up a notch by getting the Birthday Cake Cookie ($3.80), which features a marshmallow centre that gives you the aesthetic pull shot when you break the cookie apart.
Check out our Butterspace Bakery review!
Address: 55 Chai Chee Drive, #01-198, Singapore 460055
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 1pm to 1am, Fri-Sun 12pm to 2am
Tel: 9321 7066
Butterspace Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.
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2. Naked Ice Cream
Adding on to the list of late-night dessert cafes is Naked Ice Cream, which opens till 2am daily. Their dessert offerings are priced under $10, so you won’t break a bank here. If you’re up for waffles and ice cream, opt for either their Plain Waffle ($4), or Charcoal Waffle ($5), with toppings priced at an additional $1 each. A premium ice cream flavour to try is the Rock Melon ($5), which boasts a sweet, fruity taste.
Check out our Naked Ice Cream review!
Address: 957 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534717
Opening hours: Daily 4pm to 2am
Naked Ice Cream is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.
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3. No Horse Run
Northsiders will be thrilled to know that there’s a dessert place nearby: No Horse Run located in Yishun. For a classic twist to the traditional waffle, get their Pandan Gula Melaka Waffle ($6.50), which comes drizzled with your choice of housemade sauce—Classic Maple Syrup, Childhood Milo, House-Made Jam, or Caramelised Cookies. They’re known for their locally inspired ice creams, including Muah Chee ($5).
Check out our No Horse Run review!
Address: 160 Yishun Street 11, #01-216, Singapore 760160
Opening hours: Daily 2pm to 2am
Tel: 8385 3839
Choa Chu Kang
Address: 50A Choa Chu Kang Loop, #01-21, Singapore 689959
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 12am
Tel: 8189 4456
No Horse Run is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.
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Icebar is a late-night dessert cafe decked out in neon signages and decor, located within Hougang Green Shopping Mall. Start with their waffles that come in Original ($5.50), Charcoal ($6.80), and Coffee ($6.80), with a side of syrup. If you’d like something tea-centric, try their Tie Guan Yin gelato. Alternatively, go for their Yuzu Citron sorbet for a good mix of sweet and sour flavours. Prices of single scoops start from $4.20.
Check out our Icebar review!
Address: 21 Hougang Street 51, #02-14, Singapore 538719
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 6pm to 2am, Sat-Sun 2pm to 2am
Tel: 6926 3446
Icebar is not a halal-certified eatery.
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5. Tian Wang Desserts
If you’re into mahjong, visit Tian Wang Desserts, a mahjong-themed cafe located in Jalan Besar. Tian Wang Desserts offers both hot and cold traditional Chinese desserts with a slight twist. The Mango Pomelo Sago ($4.80) uses fresh mango and puree, which come atop shaved ice for a refreshing dessert. You can also go for their Soursop Popping ($4.80), served with popping boba and real soursop fruit.
Check out our Tian Wang Desserts review!
Address: 145 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208863
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 5pm to 2am, Fri 5pm to 3am, Sat 3pm to 3am, Sun 3pm to 2am
Tian Wang Desserts is not a halal-certified eatery.
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6. Burnt Cones
Here’s one for the Westies: Burnt Cones offers an array of desserts and brunch food till late. Pick your choice of cone ($1)—light, medium or dark—to go with your gelato. The light, which is the least burnt, has a buttery undertone, the medium is your regular waffle cone, and the dark has a slight bitterness to it. For a roasted, nutty flavour, get their Pistachio ($7) ice cream, or go for the refreshing Blood Orange Thyme ($6) sorbet! Their Buttermilk Waffles ($7), said to be fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside, is another noteworthy item on the menu.
Do note that only the Sunset Way store is open past 11pm.
Check out our Burnt Cones review!
Address: 105 Clementi Street 12, #01-02, Singapore 120105
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 12am, Sat-Sun 9am to 12am
Burnt Cones is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.
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7. Wan Wan Thai Cafe
Centrally located in Bencoolen, Wan Wan Thai Cafe serves up a wide variety of bingsu flavours and waffles to satisfy your supper cravings. Their Milk Tea Bingsu ($10.90++) features Thai milk tea flavoured shaved ice, topped with a scoop of Thai milk tea ice cream, and sprinkled with cookie crumbs. You can also try their chunky Kaya Toast ($10.90++) if you’re in the mood for something sweet.
Check out our Wan Wan Thai Cafe review!
Address: 127A Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189637
Opening hours: Daily 12:30pm to 3am
Tel: 6336 8812
Wan Wan Thai Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.
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Amidst the numerous ice cream shops in Singapore, Lickers is another late-night spot perfectly suited for heartlanders to fix their sweet tooth cravings. Their ice cream goes for $3.90 for a single scoop, and $6.90 for two. For a classic taste, get their Honey Comb and Speculoos. Alternatively, you can top up $0.80 for something different—Oolong Lavender or Cranberry Citrusy. If you’re pairing your ice cream with a waffle, go for their set, priced at $8.
Address: 124 Hougang Avenue 1, #01-1446, Singapore 530124
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 1pm to 2am, Fri-Sun 12pm to 2am
Address: 6 Telok Blangah Crescent, #01-422, Singapore 090006
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 1pm to 2am, Fri-Sun 12pm to 2am
Lickers is not a halal-certified eatery.
9. Gong He Guan
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Gong He Guan offers traditional desserts at affordable prices. Originating from Hong Kong, this dessert spot serves Chinese-style desserts and opens till 2:30am daily—great for those who stay up till late. Go for either the Yam Paste with Pumpkin and Ginkgo Nut ($5.50) for a simple, traditional dessert, or the Sesame Paste ($4.50) if you prefer something that is rich and creamy. For a more refreshing option, try their Mango Pudding ($5).
Do note that only the Geylang Road store is open past 11pm.
Address: 217 Geylang Road, Singapore 389227
Opening hours: Daily 9:30am to 2:30am
Tel: 6747 4055
Gong He Guan is not a halal-certified eatery.
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Oblong is another notable cafe popular among night owls for their sugar-loaded waffles. Their a la carte waffles start from $6.20, but they also have combos that include a waffle, single scoop of ice cream and a drink. Try their classic flavours including Banana Nutella ($4.20) and Teh Tarik ($4.20). Alternatively, there are also premium flavours such as Butterfly Pea Flower ($4.80) and Mao Shan Wang ($5.40).
If you’re spoilt for choice, we recommend going for the Classic Red Velvet Waffle Combo ($12) or Supreme Strawberry Shortcake Waffle Combo ($14).
Address: 10 Maju Avenue, Singapore 556688
Opening hours: Sun-Wed 1pm to 11pm, Fri-Sat 1pm to 1am
Tel: 8367 4171
Oblong is not a halal-certified eatery.
11. Dessert First
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Durian lovers will enjoy what Dessert First has to offer. The Durian Snow Ice ($11.50) is made with real durian flesh, and is topped with durian cream as a final touch. If you’re not a fan of durian, they also have Mango Snow Ice ($10.50), filled with mango flesh and puree. For a more traditional Chinese dessert, go for Sesame Paste with Tang Yuan ($5.80) or Gingko Barley ($5.80).
Address: 8 Liang Seah Street, #01-04, Singapore 189029
Opening hours: Mon-Tue, Thurs 1pm to 12am, Fri-Sat 1pm to 1am, Sun 12:30pm to 12am
Tel: 6333 0428
Dessert First is a halal-certified eatery.
12. Hay Gelato
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When it comes to unique gelato, Hay Gelato is a place not to be missed. Unlike the usual, rounded scoop, here they made a slight dent at the top to sprinkle a complimentary topping of your choice. Start with a classic flavour such as Roasted Pistachio ($4.20), or go for their signature Smoked Hay ($5.20), infused with real smoked hay for an extra depth of flavour. You can also pair your gelato with their waffle ($5.50).
Address: 136 Bedok North Avenue 3, #01-148, Singapore 460136
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 1pm to 2am
Tel: 9663 4254
Address: 121 East Coast Road, Singapore 428807
Opening hours: Sun, Tue-thurs 12pm to 12am, Fri-Sat 12pm to 1am
Tel: 8285 4349
Hay Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery.
13. Foursome Ice Cream
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Joining the list of late-night dessert places is Foursome Ice Cream, with highly raved ice cream flavours and crispy waffles. Their popular waffles come in two flavours: Original Waffles ($4.20) that’s made with buttermilk, and Red Velvet Waffles ($5). For an additional $2.80, you can pair your waffle with a scoop of ice cream. Choose from the 14 flavours, with options such as Dark Chocolate and Apple Cinnamon.
Otherwise, a single scoop starts from $3.80, which is really affordable!
Address: 22 Sin Ming Road, #01-218, Singapore 570022
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 6:30pm to 1am, Fri-Sat 6:30pm to 2am, Sun 12pm to 1am
Tel: 9627 3665
Foursome Ice Cream is not a halal-certified eatery.
14. 2am: Dessertbar
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2am: Dessertbar is a dessert restaurant that, despite its name, is open till 12am. Loved for their classy ambience and elegant desserts, you won’t regret making a reservation here. Run by local dessert extraordinaire Janice Wong, they serve contemporary takes on desserts such as Up In The Clouds ($22++), a light and tangy bergamot yoghurt mousse infused with aerated hojicha, sake kasu nitro, and whisky milk sauce. If you’re in the mood for some drinks, the staff will also recommend wine pairings to go along with your dessert of choice.
For something simpler, choose from their selection of ice creams or sorbets including Jerusalem Artichoke Ice Cream and Kochi Yuzu Sorbet. Three scoops go for $15++.
Address: 21A Lorong Liput, Singapore 277733
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 1pm to 12am
Tel: 6291 9727
2am: Dessertbar is not a halal-certified eatery.
15. Grin Affair
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Grin Affair, a late-night dessert cafe with popular jar cakes, has been around since 2011. You can get their cakes in signature flavours such as Lychee Passionfruit & Roasted Pistachio ($9.90) which has sweet, sour, and nutty notes, or a simpler Vanilla & Strawberry ($8.90). Alternatively, check out their seasonal jar cake flavours including Matcha & Coffee ($7.60), a chocolate cake layered with matcha mousse, and topped with a pecan cookie crust.
In addition, the cafe also has gelato! Go for the Honey Jackfruit and Roasted Coffee flavours. A single scoop starts from $3.90.
Address: 505D Bishan Street 11, #01-408, Singapore 574505
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 1pm to 1am, Fri 1pm to 2am, Sat 12pm to 2am, Sun 12 pm to 1am
Tel: 8800 6600
Grin Affair is not a halal-certified eatery.
16. Cold Flings
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Cold Flings is a relatively new late-night dessert cafe in Sengkang decked out in neon lights and cute decor, perfect for that IG-worthy shot of their signature waffles, gelato, and acai. Try their Chocolate Indulgence that’s made with collagen and probiotics, or Blue Pea Sea Salt that’s said to have floral notes. Single scoops start from $4.50, and you can also add on a Butter or Pandan waffle for $7.
For something refreshing, choose from their acai cups, offered in medium ($9.90) and large ($13.90) sizes. Go for their Cookie Crush acai cup, which is served with fresh fruits, biscoff, and cookie butter.
Address: 21 Fernvale Road, #01-05, High Park Residences, Singapore 797637
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 5pm to 2am, Sat-Sun 12pm to 2am
Tel: 8886 4095
Cold Flings is not a halal-certified eatery.
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Another specialist gelato store is Momolato, which is also the current Asia Pacific Gelato World Tour Champion! Their halal gelato is said to be the best in Asia, so you definitely have to check this place out.
Momolato has both waffles and croffles, AKA croissant waffles. Their thick, fluffy waffles and chewy croffles come served with a side of gula melaka caramel sauce and mascarpone vanilla cream. Choose from waffle options including Buttermilk ($6.60), Pandan ($6.90), and Keto ($12). Alternatively, get their Banana ($6.90) croffle, which has banana slices sandwiched within.
Pair your waffle or croffle with popular flavours such as Sea Salt Roasted Sicilian Pistachio and Hokkaido Cream Chocolate Hazelnut. Alternatively, you can get a single scoop from $4.90. They also have keto ice cream flavours with no added sugars. Go for their Keto Korean Strawberry Cheesecake ($7.40) that uses Korean strawberries and cream cheese.
Do note that only the Haji Lane store is open past 11pm.
Address: 34 Haji Lane, Singapore 189227
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 1pm to 11pm, Fri-Sat 12pm to 2am, Sun 12pm to 11pm
Tel: 8883 7968
Momolato is a halal-certified eatery.
Late-night dessert cafes in Singapore for supper
Satisfy your late-night dessert cravings by indulging in some sweet treats. There’s always an extra stomach for desserts, and if you’re in need of a sugar fix, keep this list in mind!
For more supper spots, check out our list of late-night cafes. Or if you’d like more ice cream recommendations, read our guide to 17 locally-inspired ice cream shops in Singapore, with salted egg yolk and pandan gula melaka flavours!
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