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The best bakeries offering cake delivery in Singapore

Have a slice, have two or a whole cake, no judgement here

Fabian Loo
Simran Panaech
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Fabian Loo
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Simran Panaech
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The convenience of delivery has advanced so much these days, you can just about get anything delivered to your doorstep. And that includes cake. If you need a last-minute cake for celebrations or to send a gift to someone or have your own little indulgence, cake delivery is such a privilege to have. From sweets made with seasonal produce, to rich, decadent stacks, there's a cake out there to satisfy the sweet tooth in you. And these places here will deliver the best sweet, layered creations you need right to your doorstep. 

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Cake, cake, cake

  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Raffles Place

Built as a response to overconceptualised gourmet cakes flooding the city in the late '90s, Awfully Chocolate started out selling only chocolate fudge cake. And what an indulgent chocolate cake it is. The flagship store and its many outlets now has a long list of specialities, including truffle chocolate, poached chocolates, and the Chocolate Banana – named one of Singapore's top five cakes. It's Chocolate Rum and Cherry cake also hits the sweet spot oh-so nicely. The Sinpopo Brand is also under their ownership.

  • Restaurants
  • Pâtisseries
  • Orchard

Rive Gauche's signature cake is the Guanaja – a French bittersweet chocolate, chocolate mousse and chocolate sponge cake all form layers atop a crispy chocolate biscuit bottom. The combo of textures ensures that every bite has an interesting mixture of smoothness and crunch. The Strawberry Short Cake tastes so light, you can't stop at just one bite. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Tanjong Pagar

This Japanese pastry joint is known for its delicate confections and afternoon tea set, which is served in an open-faced bird cage that is sure to guarantee those likes on the 'gram. Beautiful floral murals adorn its walls, the perfect backdrop for your food shot. Popular cakes include Le Omm – a matcha souffle sponge filled with Azuki beans, dark rum and matcha mascarpone, as well as the Yuzu Raspberry – light vanilla sponge sandwiched between layers of yuzu mousse topped with curls of Valrhona white chocolate. 

  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Geylang

Founded in 2018, pastry chefs Germaine Li and Joy Chiam came together to realise their approach to French desserts with fresh produce and flavours by creating Pâtisserie CLÉ. Having worked in the kitchens of Les Amis and Joël Robuchon Restaurant, the pair are using what they’ve learnt to create unique sweet treats that include Noisette (from $62), a dark chocolate cake with hazelnut praline, or the special Orh Blanc Tart (from $42), which is a playful twist on the French Mont Blanc dessert where yam paste is used instead of chestnut paste. Orders need to be placed 48 hours in advance and deliveries are from 1-6pm.

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  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Bedok

Love durian? Enjoy it in a decadent dessert from The Durian Bakery, where the quality of the durian itself is not compromised. Rather than using leftovers of the pungent king of fruit, the bakery only uses pulp from the Mao Shan Wang durians it delivers from its private plantation in Pahang, Malaysia. Try its signature cakes, like the award-winning signature Mao Shan Wang mille crepe cake and classic Mao Shan Wang durian cake; or go for more innovative flavours like black forest cherry with Mao Shan Wang. The Durian Bakery also has well-stuffed durian puffs, delicate durian tarts, chewy durian mochi and more.

Cake Spade
  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Tanjong Pagar

Cake Spade has moved to its most recent space in Tanjong Pagar, decked with retro, quirky interiors and blush pink all round. Indulge in a phalanx of cake slices from Strawberry Tofu to Speculoos Cookie Butter cheesecakes. From two-tier cakes to baked cheesecakes and tarts to dessert boxes, there is plenty to choose from for delivery as well as in-shop.

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  • Restaurants
  • River Valley

This famous brunch spot continues to dish out servings its signature sweet treats, from the must-have giant sticky date pudding to indulgent stacks of Double Chocolate Blackout Cake.

  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Rochor

Locally owned bakery Edith Patisserie is known for its elaborate and original layered cakes. Its recipes are tailored to local palates so you can expect flavours like pandan coconut gula Melaka popping up on its menu, alongside unique flavour combinations of honey lemon chamomile, honey chrysanthemum, and even a gin and tonic cake. Those with dietary requirements can also look forward to a gluten-free pandan coconut and vegan banana cake. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Bishan

Most of us are guilty of overlooking birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions with loved ones. When the date finally comes around, it’s a mad scramble to find a suitable cake. Whyzee understands the struggles of its busy customers, so beyond selling gourmet creations and pretty bakes, it also offers last-minute cake deliveries and guarantees that a celebratory treat arrives at your loved ones’ door in under one hour. 

 

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  • Florists
  • Ang Mo Kio

With round-the-clock delivery services, Singapore florist FNP is an absolute lifesaver for those that need a bouquet pronto but how it distinguishes itself from other florists is that it also offers cake deliveries. There's a variety of cakes available for all sorts of occasions like birthdays, anniversaries and more. On top of that, you can also pick from a wide selection of flavours, from classic chocolate and vanilla to cheesecakes and fruit cakes. Enjoy same-day delivery if you place your order before 8pm. There's also midnight delivery, which is perfect for that on-the-dot birthday surprise. And for those in a rush, there's one-hour delivery to get a cake (and flowers) delivered to your doorstep in no time at all.

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  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Geylang

Zee and Elle use mother nature as muse, translating scenic snapshots into edible works of art by creating intricate, multi-layered and nature-themed cakes at their bakery. The natural inspiration extends beyond design to the baking process. Cake flavours come in botanical themes: there’s guava lychee (from $38 for a petite four-inch one), where guava sponge is slathered with guava cream and juice lychee bits; and honey yuzu (from $58), a personal favourite of the pair, with yuzu cake layered with yuzu curd and manuka honey cream. There are also vegan and sugar-free options on the catalogue if you're looking for a lighter and guilt-free way to enjoy cake.

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