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Zee & Elle
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The best bakeries offering cake delivery in Singapore

You can still have your cake and eat it too

By Fabian Loo
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The birthday celebrations must go on – and for those who prefer to party with no more than five friends at home, these places will deliver the sweet, layered creations you need right to your doorstep. From sweets made with seasonal produce, to rich, decadent stacks, there's a cake out there to satisfy the sweet tooth in you. 

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Zee and Elle
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Zee & Elle

Restaurants Bakeries Geylang

The calming sea, lush forest floor and bustling concrete jungle. These are just some unconventional sources of inspiration that Zee and Elle tap on to create intricate, multi-layered and nature-themed creations at their bakery. Cake flavours come in botanical themes: there’s Guava Lychee (from $52), where guava sponge is slathered with guava cream and juice lychee bits; and Honey Yuzu (from $58) 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 guilt-free way to enjoy cake.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee Flat fee of $10 weekdays, $18 weekends. Delivery is available islandwide daily except Mondays.
Order here www.zeeandelle.com

Time Out Singapore in partnership with Zee & Elle.

Châteraisé
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Châteraisé

Restaurants Japanese Sengkang

This pastry shop from Japan is already known for dainty cakes, made with lighter-than-air pastry cream and premium fruits from various prefectures. Its latest seasonal creations with spotlight prized fruits from the Yamanashi Prefecture, including white peaches, Shine Muscat, and Pione grapes. Try it in the Yamanashi White Peach Cake ($5.80) that’s only available till August 8, or the intricately assembled Yamanashi Shine Muscat and Pione Cake ($5.80) that comes bedazzled with grapes bursting with sweetness and juice, and is only available from August 21 to September 30. 

Minimum order $20
Delivery fee Varies according to your location, free for orders above $150
Order here chateraisesg.getz.co

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Old Seng Choong black sugar cake with walnuts
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Old Seng Choong

Restaurants Bakeries Raffles Place

Familiar flavours are worked into its warm bakes at Old Seng Choong. The bakery, set up by local pastry chef Daniel Tay as a loving tribute to his father’s old-school confectionery, is filled with locally inspired cookies and cakes. In particular, you’ll find the fluffiest pandan chiffon cake ($19.80) on its menu, alongside notable new creations that include a black sugar cake with walnuts ($23.80) with deep, toasty caramel notes, and a pillow-soft salted egg lava chiffon cake ($23.80) that comes oozing with a salted egg ‘lava’ when sliced into. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $12, free for orders above $60
Order here oldsengchoong.com

Bob the Baker Boy
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Bob the Baker Boy

Restaurants Bakeries Mandai

A picture might be worth a thousand words, but the elaborate creations from Bob the Baker Boy speak to the heart (and the stomach). It specialises in customised cakes, designed to bring any sweet vision to life. Depending on the occasion, the cakes can come topped with fondant unicorn (from $138), or made to resemble a pink ombré beach with mermaids and seashells (from $128). For an auspicious treat, the bakery also creates a version of the trendy money-pulling cake that’ll delight the young at heart. Planning an intimate party? Classic stacks and mini cakes (from $50), made using European butter and less sugar, are also available. Choose from eight different flavours, including the signature, diabetic-friendly Belgium chocolate, locally inspired ondeh ondeh, the special honey yuzu and nata de coco, and more.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $15, free for orders above $100
Order here bobthebakerboy.com

Time Out Singapore in partnership with Bob the Baker Boy

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Sinpopo Brand Tres leches cake
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Sinpopo Brand

Restaurants Singaporean Marine Parade

The sugar-fuelled minds over at Sinpopo Brand have taken the downtime during the stay-home period to dream up a new selection of sweet bakes. Beyond its already popular gula Melaka (from $38) and pandan kaya cake (from $48), the new menu features the tres leches cake ($62) crowned with blueberries and pistachio, banana toffee cake (from $48), and the sticky date pudding cake made with fresh Medjool dates (from $48). 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee From $15, free for orders above $120
Order here sinpopo.com

Inthebrickyard
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Inthebrickyard

You’ll find delightful, locally inspired creations at Inthebrickyard that will send you, and your tastebuds, back to the good ol' days. Cakes are available in slices ($7.50), so you can go through all of the bakery’s hot-sellers, including the Orh Nee cake, the Ondeh Ondeh that’s finished with a sprinkling of grated coconut, and Milo cake that comes overloaded with malt chiffon, milo cream, and milo drizzle. Be warned: these treats sell out rather quickly, and a new batch is available on its website daily at 9am. 

Minimum order $15
Delivery fee From $4
Order here inthebrickyard.com

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Whyzee
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Whyzee

Restaurants Bakeries Bishan

Need to get a cake urgently? Whyzee, an online bakery, has you covered with its speedy service that delivers a sweet treat to your door in under an hour. Choose from a colourful variety, including the Chocolate Desire ($43.90) where crispy waffle comes layered with smooth chocolate mousse, and the tropical mango mousse ($39.90) made using fresh mangoes. Need a celebratory creation worthy of a special occasion? The e-shop also has an extensive selection of other cakes you can pre-order and choose from. Highlights include the banana cake (from $42.90), a Whyzee signature with natural sweetness derived from bananas; and the stunning ombre rosette cake ($52.90) that looks as good as it tastes. For the health-conscious diner or those with dietary restrictions, a small range of eggless and vegan cakes are also available – each made without compromising on taste and texture. And if you’re looking for something extra to liven up any party, Whyzee also provides fresh flower bouquets, elegant preserved flower domes, and fun balloon arrangements that you can throw in as part of your order as well. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10 for standard deliveries, $20 for last-minute deliveries, free on orders above $100
Order here whyzee.com.sg

Time Out Singapore in partnership with Whyzee

Ciel Pâtisserie
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Ciel Pâtisserie

Restaurants Bakeries Hougang

This humble bakery is hidden in a quiet neighbourhood of Hougang, and its cakes are just as unassuming. The simple strawberry shortcake (from $5.80) comes with soft, moist layers of sponge cake sandwiched between lightly whipped cream and fresh strawberries. Other delightful creations include the Scarlet (from $5.60) where cream cheese mousse envelops a red fruit gelee, or the Rosé (from $6.20) that’s pretty in pink with a raspberry-rose Bavarian cream and crispy feuilletine.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $20
Order here ciel.oddle.me/en_SG

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Cake Spade
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Cake Spade

Restaurants Tanjong Pagar

Forget branded bags – the only thing that can put a smile on our face during this dreary period are slices of Cake Spade’s creations. The assorted cake platter ($65) features the bakery’s best hits, including the beach tofu cheesecake, red velvet, and hummingbird cake. Individual portions of double chocolate brownie ($3.70), Nutella judge caramel ($4.90), mixed fruit tart ($8.50) are also up for grabs.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee Varies according to your location
Order here Call 6444 3868, or visit its website for the full menu

Tarts from Pâtisserie CLÉ
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Pâtisserie CLÉ

Restaurants Bakeries Geylang

Having worked in the kitchens of Les Amis and Joël Robuchon Restaurant, bakers Germaine Li and Joy Chiam are using what they’ve learned to create sweet treats of Noisette ($8.50), a dark chocolate cake with hazelnut praline, or the special Orh Blanc Tart ($8), which is a playful twist on the French Mont Blanc dessert where yam paste is used instead of chestnut paste. As the pair opens up their store with the relaxed ‘circuit breaker’ measures, note that only full-sized pastries will be available. Individual portions of their sweet bakes will only be available for purchase from May 18 onwards. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $20, free for orders above $80
Order here patisserie-cle.com

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The Plain Jane
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The Plain Jane

Restaurants Cafés Serangoon

The Plain Jane creates good ole’ swiss rolls that are just, well, plain good. The soft, fluffy sheet cakes come rolled flavours of original creme ($4.90/slice, $24/roll), alongside fancy stuffings of earl grey and matcha azuki. Home-baked treats of croissants and scones are also available, and the menu changes weekly so its best to follow @cafeplainjane for updates. It only offers delivery to selected neighbourhoods, so it’s best to drop the café a DM to enquire.

Minimum order $30
Delivery fee From $10
Order here Head over to @theplainjane for the full menu and ordering instructions

Edith Patisserie
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Edith Patisserie

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 ($50 for six inches) popping up on its menu, alongside unique flavour combinations of honey lemon chamomile ($48), honey chrysanthemum ($55), and even a gin and tonic cake ($50). Those with dietary requirements can also look forward to a gluten-free pandan coconut ($53) and vegan banana cake ($48). 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $15, free for orders above $150
Order here edithpatisserie.com/

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Nesuto Patisserie
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Nesuto Patisserie

Restaurants Cafés Tanjong Pagar

Nesuto's Japanese influence can be found in its signature cakes ($65 for 16cm), which includes the yuzu raspberry, where Japanese cotton sponge cake is sandwiched between layers of fresh raspberries and yuzu meringue mousse, or the Le ‘Omm’ made with matcha, Azuki beans, and dark rum.  

Minimum order None
Delivery fee From $18, free with any whole cake purchased
Order here nesuto.oddle.me/en_SG/

Cat and the Fiddle Madam’Roselle
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Cat and the Fiddle

Restaurants Cafés Raffles Place

Cheesecake and all its fancy variants can be found at Cat and the Fiddle. While its physical stores are closed for pick-ups, you can still order slices of its creamy creations from its online portal. You could try the Over The Moon ($38.90 for seven inches), which is a classic New York cheesecake, but that’ll mean missing out on novel selections that include Paws Of Fury ($45.90) with yuan yang coffee and tea, Madam’Roselle ($48.90) with roselle tea and yoghurt, or even Milo Dinosaur ($42.90). 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee Varies according to your location, free for orders above $90
Order here catandthefiddle.com

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Plain Vanilla Bakery, Tiong Bahru
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Plain Vanilla Bakery

Restaurants Cafés Tiong Bahru

If its cupcakes you’re after, you might have to join the virtual line and wait for the next batch of Plain Vanilla bakes. While the bakery is trying to clear out its backlogged orders, you can still enjoy Plain Vanilla’s other baked creations, including slices of flourless chocolate cake ($8.50) and butterscotch banana cake ($8.50) that are still available last we checked. If you’re not a stickler for traditions, you can choose to stick a birthday candle on other unorthodox bakes too, with options of a blueberry loaf slice ($5), salted caramel truffle tart ($8), or a square of peanut butter chocolate brownie ($7). 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $15, free for orders above $95
Order here orderplainvanilla.com

PS.Cafe
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PS.Cafe

Restaurants River Valley

This famous brunch spot continues to dish out servings of its famous truffle fries ($10.18/$17.67) and beer-batter fish and chips ($34.79) during this period with its island-wide delivery service. You’ll also find its signature sweet treats, too, on the menu, from the must-have sticky date pudding ($16.05) to indulgent stacks of Double Chocolate Blackout Cake ($17.12), Chocolate Nut Doorstop ($17.12), and M’s Carrot Cake ($13.38). 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $20, free for orders above $150
Order here pscafe.oddle.me/en_SG

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Lady M
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Lady M

Restaurants Orchard

Enjoy a slice of the Big Apple from upscale dessert boutique, Lady M. Its signature mille crepe cake – a labouriously stacked cake made from some 20 handmade razor-thin pancakes and layered with feather-light pastry cream – is still be available for purchase from its online store. Apart from its famed signature version ($104 for nine inches), the cakes can also come dusted in green tea powder ($104), or filled with rose-scented pastry cream and topped with a layer of sweet rose jelly ($104). Lady M also takes in sliced cakes orders upon request. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee Free for whole cake orders above $200, and $10 per location for sliced cakes 
Order here ladym.com.sg for whole cakes, or email homedelivery@ladym.com.sg for sliced cake orders

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