Best Cakes In Singapore
So you’re one of the hunters for the best cakes in Singapore? Ha, then you’re in the ‘secret society’ of great cake lovers who appreciate the good stuff in life!
Of course, before we dive in, the thing is, the definition of ‘cake’ varies from person to person.
To some, it conjures the image of solid whole round birthday-cake types while to others, it’s just a small slice of sweet heaven.
Regardless of how you describe your version of a cake, we believe that there’s a ‘the one’ for everyone, and we’ll strive to list a few of the top notch ones here.
Best Cakes In Singapore
Now, because the types of cakes that we list here are of somewhat different ‘categories’, we won’t be able to compare them apple to apple. That’s why they’re listed in no particular order.
Still, they are here because they are indeed some of the best cakes in Singapore.
1. Lana Cakes
Situated along the ‘atas’ area of Bukit Timah, nested within a little corner in Greenwood Avenue, Lana Cakes doesn’t serve the kinds of cakes that most people expect (at least not what I expected when I first went there).
The outlet tends to offer what seems to be more ‘traditional’ type who cakes … I guess closer to something like the pound cake?
And interestingly, they are open only a few days in a week (business that good huh!) and won’t take walk-ins. Yes, when you’re there, the line you see is of people queuing to pick their cake up.
So if you want to sink your teeth into one of their cakes, you’d better give them a buzz to reserve in advance!
2. Blue Magnolia
This will be where you find cakes for more common functions like birthdays, anniversaries etc.
What Blue Magnolia stands out for is the quality and richness of their whole cakes (that also need to be pre-ordered).
Of course, they sometimes (if you’re lucky) serve small slices over the counter which you can buy and eat immediately if you can’t wait.
3. Flor Patisserie
I’m not sure the main lady behind the counter is the boss (I’m guessing she is) and she’s a Japanese lady who greets you in Japanese.
Flor serves mainly dessert sized cakes that comes in a wide variety of designs, colors and flavors.
Personally one of my favorites as well, each of their cakes is so rich and bursting with flavors that I always have the impulse to buy two or more at a go.
It’s the ideal way to pamper yourself to a sweet treat, or surprise your loved ones with a unique creation each time.
So there, 3 suggestions of the “best cakes in Singapore” for you to satisfy your cake cravings. Heh … better start drinking more water and exercise!