Museum Of Ice Cream & STB Launches Sweet Spots Guide Featuring Top 50 Dessert Spots In Singapore

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CONTENT: Michelle Ng

When it comes to eating, there’s plenty of different guides that will introduce you to the best cuisines, hotspots, and eateries across the country. The latest foodie guide is for the sweet tooth’s as the Museum Of Ice Cream has announced the first ever Singapore Dessert Guide, which spotlights the equally vibrant dessert scene.

The Sweet Spots guide features 50 of the best restaurants, cafes, and bakeries with all sorts of sweet treats from pastries to traditional Peranakan savoury bites. The 50 dessert spots were chosen by public audience voting and judging from culinary professionals, and are given a rating of 1 to 3 SPOONS with 3 SPOONS being the highest accolade.

The 3 SPOONS establishments include French Bakery Le Matin Patisserie famous for their breads and croissants, Rempapa with their traditional Kueh Kosui, local chocolatier Janice Wong’s 2:AM dessert bar, and Tarte by Cheryl Koh, with the most delectable tarts by Asia’s Best Pastry Chef. The guide lists the dessert spots by location, and also bite-sized fun facts and their crowd favourite dessert. Tuck into the full list of awardees online here.

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Those looking for a unique experience can head to Catkin by Huishan, where diners are surprised with an omakase-style dessert pairing menu with a refreshing tea as part of the Catkin Experience. Local traditional desserts also make up a good part of the guide, with must-trys including the controversial Durian Chendol from Yat Ka Yan Dessert, the nyonya kuehs and Ang ku kuehs from Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh, a refreshing sweet Cheng Tng from Ice Dessert, and the old-school snacks like Pandan Waffles and Swiss Rolls from Garden Pastry & Cake.

If you want to try treats from five of the Spoon awardees, head to the Museum of Ice Cream on 28 October to feast on unlimited delicious desserts from Tigerlily Patisserie, Rempapa & more as you experience the dessert-inspired playground. Tickets for the dessert-themed day start from $52, and are available for purchase online.

The Sweet Spots guide is available online, and physical copies are available at various STB touchpoints across the island.

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