We Singaporeans absolutely love our pastries. Whether it’s for breakfast, brunch or teatime, there’s always a pastry suited for the occasion. So it’s no surprise that there’s an abundance of pastry delivery options here in Singapore!
With us folks staying at home for a longer amount of time these days, it’s important that we still get our pastry fix. Hence, here are 6 online pastry delivery options in Singapore—all from top chefs and bakers—that will deliver islandwide, right to your doorstep.
1. Angelina: Pastry delivery from a luxe Parisian tearoom
With over a century’s worth of history, Angelina is a famed tearoom and pâtisserie from the city of Paris. Feast your eyes and indulge in a wide variety of beautifully crafted and decadent pastries. Think the smooth and rich Mont Blanc Chocolate ($16), the zesty Tarte Citron ($16), and every chocolate lover’s favourite, Opéra ($16). Prefer something more basic and common? Fret not, there’s the Éclair Chocolat ($15) as well as Macarons (from $13).
2. Baker & Cook: Cafe with delightfully buttery bakes
Looking for mini pastry, which can be a challenge to come across in Singapore? Their Morning Pastries (50 for $16 pcs) comes with traditional viennoiserie, and their Morning or Afternoon Tea ($75 for 22 pcs) is a solid option if you’re planning your own high tea at home.
3. Lola’s Cafe: The North-East’s top spot for brunch (and pastry delivery)
4. Maison Kayser: Savour artisanal, gastronomical creations
Founded by French Artisan Baker Eric Kayser in 1996, Maison Kayserspecialises in French bread and pastries. Some of their most popular items include the Strawberry Tart (from $8.20) and Lemon Tart (from $6.90), both of which you can get in full sizes for sharing with yourpastry delivery order. Meanwhile, the Paris-Brest (from $7) and Éclair ($6.90) represent the creams of the crop of traditional French pastries. Or if you love a theatrical gastronomic experience, the oozy Lava Cake ($6.90) will not disappoint.
5. Pantler: Japan meets France, all with a bite of their sweet treats
‘Pantler‘ refers to a ‘servant or officer in charge of the bread and the pantry’. Just with this, one can fathom they don’t mess around here. Of the plethora of pastries that Chef Tomoharu Morita produces, the Chou a la crème (from $5.50)and Bartlett Pear Tart ($7.50) are some of their signatures. Don’t miss out on the Yatsura ($9.50), filled with hazelnut dacquoise, a dark chocolate ganache and a crunchy hazelnut feuilletine. If you’re looking to get something for a special occasion or a special someone, both the Gianduja ($9.50) and Dark Chocolate Delice ($8.80) are definitely suitable.
6. Tiong Bahru Bakery: Hearty bakes from a homegrown bakery