Best sweet surprises: Gorgeous cakes to order this Christmas


Beautiful Christmas cakes for delivery
Affordable: • The Pine GardenButter StudioUddersBaskin Robbins
Mid-range: • Rive GaucheChocolate Origin
High-end • Pan Pacific HotelColony Bakery Lime RestaurantFour Seasons Hotel Goodwood Park Hotel

In spite of the life-threatening, plan-ruining virus still running rampant, and COVID-19 restrictions yet to be lifted, nothing’s stopping us from celebrating the most wonderful time of the year with family and close friends. Make it a festive stay-home affair—take your pick from these 10 places with the best Christmas cake delivery, straight to your doorstep.

1. Pan Pacific Hotel

Chocolate Caramel Hazelnut Log Cake (1kg)

Black Forest Tart

Christmas Homemade Pralines

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It’s festive gifting galore at Pan Pacific Hotel, with its array of luxurious hampers and gourmet bundles.

Their beautiful log cakes definitely make the cut. For one, the Chocolate Caramel Hazelnut Log Cake ($72, for 1kg) features a flourless chocolate sponge on a crunchy hazelnut feuilletine, wrapped in a light Dulcey-whipped ganache, and topped with hazelnut mousse and hazelnut sea salt caramel sauce.

For something a lil’ more classic, go for the Black Forest Tart ($66, for 1kg), which features kirsch namelaka cream atop flourless chocolate sponge, with a puffed rice feuilletine base and dark chocolate mousse. You can’t go wrong either with some chocolates, like the Christmas Homemade Pralines ($15, for 6pc), which is also available in quantities of 12 and 24. 

2. The Pine Garden

Brown Sugar Milk Tea (Bubble Tea) Log Cake

Yakult Soju Log

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A heartland bakery with over 30 years of history, The Pine Garden aims to preserve the history of old-school desserts while reimagining them with novelty flavours. Bubble tea lovers, try their Milk Tea Brown Sugar BBT Log ($58.30), made with black tea sponge, coated with milk tea cream, drizzled with milk tea syrup and topped with brown sugar kanten jelly! Their newest creation is the Yakult Soju Log ($58.30) for Christmastime, bound to be a favourite. Remember to pre-order these for your Christmas cake delivery—don’t miss the opportunity to get your hands on these freshly-baked goods!

3. Colony Bakery 

Champagne Chocolate Log Cake

Dark Chocolate Christmas Tree Showpiece

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The Ritz-Carlton’s ever popular Colony Bakery offers a spread of bakes that are beautiful both on the inside and out. Their Champagne Chocolate Log Cake ($88) is a sparkly star in our eyes: Its trio of dark, milk and white chocolate sponge enfolds a jelly core with orange chocolate and strawberry and lychee ganache. How tempting does that sound!

And if you’re hunting for a centerpiece for your dessert table, look no further than their Dark Chocolate Christmas Tree Snowpiece ($58). This chocolate sculpture is ringed by chocolate pralines and bedecked in tiny chocolate snowflakes. 

4. Lime Restaurant

Christmas Log Cake

Christmas Log Cake

Gingerbread House

Christmas Log Cake

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Planning your Christmas feasts is a walk in the park with hotel-in-a-garden Parkroyal Collection at Pickering’s Lime Restaurant. Besides the full spread of gourmet savouries, check out their adorable sweet treats too. The Christmas Log Cakes ($60) come in four unique flavours: Chocolate Passion Fruit, Black Forest, Strawberry Chiffon and Rainbow Durian. They also come in smaller sizes ($35, serves 4-6) and by the slice ($9), and mix-and-match bundles.

Decorated in swirls of white icing, rainbow marshmallows, complete with tiny Christmas figurine sweets, the adorable Gingerbread House ($68) is the stuff childhood fairytales are made of.

5. Rive Gauche 

Fête de Noël

Christmas Brownie

Fruit Cake

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Rive Gauche‘s signature Guanaja cake is given a Christmas spin with Fête de Noël ($72), as cherry and popping candy add zing to the bittersweet chocolate mousse roulade. The reindeer-shaped Christmas Brownie ($33) delights with a blueberry filling, while the Fruit Cake ($32) with dried apricot, cranberries, prunes, raisins and walnuts is a slice of tradition. 

6. Goodwood Park Hotel

Mao Shan Wang Mousse Cake

D24 Durian Puffs

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Turns out that there is something better than Christmas cake delivery straight to your doorstep. It’s Christmas cakes with arguably one of the most beloved fruits by Singaporeans, the durian. And any durian lover knows Goodwood Park Hotel for their delectable Mao Shan Wang and D24 durian delights.

Their signature Mao Shan Wang Mousse Cake ($67.30), which uses premium durian pulp, is truly decadent. Another classic treat is their D24 Puff ($26.15++), with sinful swirls of durian mousse ensconced in fluffy choux puff pastry for the perfect bite-sized dessert. A little birdie told me that they’re also coming out with a new range of festive delights soon, so watch this space. But we’re all for having durian at Christmas too! 

7. Chocolate Origin 

Original Specialty Cake

Original Specialty Cake

Dark Specialty Cake

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Calling all chocoholics, this is the one you’ve been waiting for! Chocolate Origin’s Original Specialty Cake ($37.80) is “the perfect indulgence”, marrying rich luscious chocolate ganache and wonderfully dense chocolate sponges, topped with a chocolate glaze. You could also go for Dark Specialty Cake ($40.80), the bitter rendition of the original. These cakes are great for all occasions, but especially delicious as a post-Christmas dinner dessert to be enjoyed with family.

8. Butter Studio 

Salted Caramel Red Velvet Cake

Cascading Berries Cake

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You’ve probably seen their cakes while scrolling through Instagram, because they are absolutely gorgeous. Unicorns and mermaids are right up there with Santa and the Elves, so methinks Butter Studio‘s intricately decorated cakes and cupcakes are fit for the festive season. Their Cascading Berries ($68) features mixed berries cascading from a toppled ice-cream cone, atop a hazelnut praline cake. Their Salted Caramel Red Velvet ($48) is another cult favourite, perfect for Christmastime!

9. Udders 

tokidoki Happy Hollyday in Cookies & Cream Flavour

tokidoki Winter Wonderland in the Awesomely Chocolate Flavour

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A household name for decadent ice cream, Udders‘ ice cream pies and cakes are also a hit. For this season, Udders has collaborated with tokidoki for limited edition Christmas cakes! The tokidoki Happy Hollyday in Cookies & Cream Flavour ($86.90) comes with an adorable tokidoki print and matching blue frosting, while tokidoki Winter Wonderland in the Awesomely Chocolate Flavour ($97.90) is its pink twin. 

10. Baskin Robbins 

Coco-Go-Round 6”

Brownie Bunch 6"

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Yet another favourite among ice cream lovers, Baskin Robbins delights with their ice cream cakes. Their newest cake, in collaboration with Kit Kat, is the Coco-Go-Round 6” ($65). Pick your ice cream flavour (last we checked, there were not 31 but 32 for this!) and it’ll come topped with dark chocolate drizzle, chocolate swirls and Kit Kat bars. For your festive spread, go for their bestselling Brownie Bunch 6” ($58), with chunky brownie pieces sprinkled over the cake and sumptuous chocolate drizzle. 

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