Known to be the best cookies in England, there's a reason why these chunky, gooey cookies are much coveted. True to its slogan, "baking with chunks, not chips" these cookies are generous with its chocolate quota. Bestsellers include Triple Chunk Chocolate Cookie ($2.95) and Peanut Butter and Milk Chocolate Cookie ($2.90). Trick is to eat it warm or heat it up for a bit.
Other than whipping up some extravagant desserts, Janice Wong is quite the master in baking cookies too. Her Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies ($15) and Butter Popcorn Cookies ($22) are a definite standout. Chewy with surprises in every bite, Janice plays with textures making her cookies one of the more interesting ones you will ever try.
Adopting a baroque-design, this charming cafe serves up some of the most deliciousn, and unique cookies. It might come with a slightly pricey tag ($32-$38) but where else can you find tom yam and nasi lemak cookies – with an anchovy on top, nonetheless.
Started out by two ladies who bake their goodies fresh daily, this quaint shop is house looks the part of a classic cookie shop with its country-style decor. Cookies here are bite-sized, making easier to get through half a jar. Favourites include oatmeal, chocolate chip and almond butter cookies.
A newly opened cookie store in town, you can smell it before you reach the stall – a mark of a good cookie place. The classic chocolate chip cookie is light and crisp but far from dry and being too crumbly. Even with less sugar used – in a bid to make healthier cookies – these are some of the better-tasting ones. Best part? You can sample before you buy.
Originated from Bangkok, this dessert place puts a spin to how you eat a good ol' cookie. Dressing a cookie with a scoop of ice cream and assorted toppings, the cookie becomes a dessert dish itself. Get the decadent Choc-A-Lot ($8.90) for a lava cake experience or the Monster Matcha ($8.90) if you're a big fan of green tea.
No stranger to the game, Famous Amos has been around for decades and still very much a big player in the cookie game. There's a reason why so many are still hooked to the cookies at Famous Amos – bite-sized, crunchy and the simple flavours make it easy to get addicted to.