It’s 9 pm, and you suddenly start craving something sweet. Horror of horrors, there’s nothing to be found in your fridge that can satiate this hunger. You’re forced to go to bed without your fill of a much-needed dessert, and you keep thinking about that ice cream pint you were longing for. If you’ve ever found yourself in this position, here’s your reminder to stock up on Singapore’s best desserts, all with the perfect solution.
Oddle Eats’ islandwide delivery is here to bring you 10 quality desserts sent straight to your doorstep!
1. Ah Chew Desserts @ Novena: Traditional Chinese desserts to treat yourself to
There’s a reason why Baskin Robbins is world-famous, with outlets in over 50 countries. Indulge in one of their ice cream sundaes with same-day delivery, like the Brownie Ala Mode ($9.90), which features two junior scoops of your desired flavour, brownie bits, diced almond and hot fudge sauce drizzled all over. The Banana Royale ($9.90) and the Chocolate Overload ($9) are also highly popular, or get the Value Family Pack Pint ($45 for 4 pints) delivered and it’s a dessert party. Individual scoops are also available from $5 onwards. Plus, enjoy free delivery when you spend $250 and above, only with Oddle Eats!
3. Cafe Ma Maison: Decadent Japanese tarts and cakes
When it comes to desserts, you can’t go wrong with Cafe Ma Maison, which literally means “My Home” in French. Their decadent Japanese-style tarts and cakes are made from scratch and are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Take a bite of their Strawberry Tart (from $45.31 for 3 to 4 pax), or other signatures, like the Classic Strawberry Shortcake (from $56.50 for 3 to 4 pax) and Lemon Cream Tart ($80.04 for 8 to 12 pax). All their desserts are also available in individual slices, so don’t wait any longer. Order your sweet treats and indulge in one of Singapore’s best Japanese-style tarts, brought to you by Oddle Eats, for quality desserts and meals at home.
4. Chocolate Origin: Chocolate indulgence for any occasion
As Chocolate Origin says, you don’t need a reason for indulgence. Experience an explosion of rich, luscious chocolate ganache when you bite into their Original Whole Cake (from $39.80 for 6 to 8 pax), or opt for their Dark Whole Cake (from $42.80 for 6 to 8 pax) for that bitter kick. Their Chocolate Truffle Boxes ($16.80) are also big hits with the crowd, along with the Dark Gelato Pint ($12.50). Get your fill of Chocolate Origin’s desserts with Oddle Eats!
5. Ciel Pâtisserie: French-style pastries and tarts
Serving up simple yet wholesome sweets, Ciel Pâtisserie is a French-inspired cafe, whose name means “sky” or “heaven”. Get their desserts delivered to your doorstep, including best-sellers like the Lemon Meringue Tart (from $5.50) or the Bombe (from $6), a rich chocolate mousse bombe on a hazelnut feulletine base. They also offer a selection of cakes, like the Matcha ($65 for 10 pax) and Ondeh-Ondeh (from $7). To enjoy a variety, try their online exclusive, the Petit Tart Gift Box ($26.80 for 6 pcs). Do place your orders 4 days in advance, for both islandwide delivery and pickup, to avoid disappointment.
6. ELIJAH Pies: Pretty pies to feast your eyes (and taste buds) on
I’m sure you’ve seen pictures of these aesthetic and mouth-watering pies from ELIJAH Pies all over your Instagram feed since its inception in 2014. The pie that started it all is the Nutella Pie (from $45), the perfect combination of dark chocolate and roasted hazelnuts. A feast for both the eyes and taste buds, the Wild Berry Lavender Pie (from $52) is another crowd-favourite, along with others like the Earl Grey Rose Pie (from $52) and the Matcha Latte Pie (from $52). You’ll definitely be occu-pied with these treats with Oddle Eats, your food discovery platform for quality meals and sweets.
7. Oatberry: Delicious acai bowls for a healthy sweet treat
Acai lovers, this one’s for you. Oatberry is a plant-based cafe serving freshly-baked Oatberry Granola atop organic acai bowls and Greek yoghurt. Their bestseller is the Berrylicious Acai Bowl (from $8.90), a refreshing snack for all times of the day. You can even Make Your Own Acai Bowl (from $9.90), with one base, your choice of granola, three fruits, one topping and a drizzle. For special events, try the Acai Celebration GF Cake ($89 for 10 to 12 pax), featuring organic acai on a gluten-free granola crust and topped with fresh fruits. With Oddle Eats, dessert delivery in Singapore has never been easier.
8. Two Bakers: Bespoke French creations from a Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef
Two Bakers is an artisanal bakery cafe, bringing you bespoke French and fusion-inspired pastries that will definitely satisfy your cravings. Their artisan cakes (from a Chef who was trained at Le Cordon Bleu) are like no other, with creations such as Zen ($9), featuring black sesame mousse, miso caramel, matcha sponge and sable tart. Other favourites include Choko ($9.50), a Valrhona chocolate mousse treat and Sora ($9), a delicious lime cheesecake tart. Get your fill of these bakes with Oddle Eats now!
9. Two Hands by The Bravery: Muslim-owned cafe with quality bakes
10. Udders Ice Cream: From Chendol to Mao Shan Wang ice cream, and more
Udders Ice Cream, only one of the best ice cream places in town. Their creamy, decadent ice cream needs no introduction! Go to Adventure Town with some of their new flavours, like the Emperor Mao ($11.70 per scoop, $38.80 per pint), the light and fruity Kinohimitsu Collagen ($5.80 per scoop, $17.80 per pint) and Tipsy Cookies ($5.80 per scoop, $17.40 per pint), with rice wine meets classic Cookies & Cream. They also offer a Perfect 10 Bundle ($46.20 for 10 100ml cups)—enjoy 10 pints of udder goodness, ranging from Salted Speculoos to Alphonso Mango Sherbet, now priced at 20% off! Oddle Eats has islandwide delivery and self-pickup options, and all the desserts you could ever want, so why wait?