There’s nothing like the whiff of butter and sweetness wafting as you enter a bakery. Biting into a freshly baked pastry almost feels like a warm hug. Fortunately, there are plenty of halal bakeries in Singapore sprawled around for you to get your sweet fix. Whether you’re hoping for a decadent slice of cake for your birthday or a quick bite as a mid-day pick me up, these halal bakeries in Singapore will surely brighten up your day.
1. Mother Dough
Their head baker, Naadira, mastered her skills at New York’s International Culinary Institute before opening this halal bakery in Singapore. This halal artisanal bakery prides itself in using quality ingredients and organic flour that is sourced from environmentally-conscious grain millers. Among the bestsellers are the almond croissant and flatbread. Rest assured that all their baked goods are baked daily!
Address: 749 North Bridge Rd, Singapore #01-01, 198717
From the founders of Fika and Lickety, Konditori is a charming European bakery located in the popular Bussorah. Their halal menu range from tarts to cakes with a selection of Swedish traditional Semla buns. This Muslim-owned bakery prepares all the baked goods from scratch and is baked daily so patrons are ensured high-quality deliciousness daily! They also provide cake customization and event catering services for those who want to enjoy their delicacies on your special day.
Address: 33 Bussorah St, Singapore 199451
Hours: Daily, 10.30am – 9pm
3. All Things Delicious
This bustling cafe located along Arab Street is a hot favourite among the local Singaporeans. People from near and far come here to indulge in their variety of delicacies but nothing gets more love than their Sticky Toffee Pudding. The bakers here ensure that only the finest ingredients are used as they utilized only organic unrefined sugar in their halal baked goods. Plus, they also provide catering services!
It’s tough to find anyone who has never heard of Fluff Bakery. What started as a humble cupcakery has now blossomed to a bakery filled with a wide selection of decadent cakes and crispy yet soft cookies. Fluff is popular among the locals as all their whimsical flavours have a Singaporean twist to it. Why not engage their weekly delivery service to curb your cupcake cravings?
Address: 4 Jln Pisang, Singapore 199071
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 12pm – 7.30pm
This unassuming halal bakery serves up a delicious mix of traditional and modern baked goods. Despite its name, Breadwerks is actually known for its signature tapak kuda (cake roll) with a myriad of local flavours such as Milo and Horlicks. Also, you have to give their mini artisanal tarts a try! Their Blueberry and apple crumbles are also their staple pastries of this halal bakery since it’s been around since their first branch in River Valley.
Another staple in the Singaporean culinary scene is Swee Heng 1989 Classic. Their comprehensive menu includes an eclectic mix of both sweet and savoury bread flavours with a variety of cakes. Their selection of bread is perfect for those looking for a quick bite for breakfast or tea time. Be sure to get your beloved flavours such as the Polo Egg Tart and Chicken Ham Egg Mayo fast as it tends to sell out pretty quickly.
You’ll instantly feel at home when you dine at this halal bakery in Singapore. Butter Studio’s fan favourites are of course the Salted Caramel Red Velvet naked cake, Milo Speculoos Fudge cupcake and Sea Salt Nutella tart. But they also change up their menu quite often. Be on the lookout for new exciting flavours each month and during the festive seasons. They also have a bakery cafe where you can enjoy their all-day brunch and other savoury dishes.
Address: 147 Jln Besar, Singapore 208865, Ngee Ann City 391 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238872
Hours: Depending on the outlet
8. Twelve Cupcakes
You don’t need a special occasion to indulge in these halal sweet treats. Twelve Cupcakes is a homegrown brand that has multiple stores littered across this sunny island. Treat yourself to their six staple cupcake flavours such as salted caramel and rainbow vanilla. Besides the signature cupcakes, this halal bakery also sells whole cakes and cookies. They also cater to those with special diet requirements as some of their cakes are flourless or eggless.
You might be more familiar with their store previously located at Frankel Avenue. Spatula Bakery has now opened a relatively new store in the popular Kampung Glam area. Upon entry to their halal bakery, you will catch a whiff of freshly cooked waffles. To avoid any form of disappointment, be sure to order yourself the ice cream waffles. But first, feast your eyes on their trays filled with colourful and tasty cupcakes.
What started as a passion for baking has now evolved into a full-blown halal bakery and cafe. Muslim diners come for the delicious cakes but stay for the chill ambience. Lynn’s classic cakes are baked daily and come in a variety of trendy flavours such as the Rainbow Cake and Oreo Cheesecake. The best way to enjoy these delicacies is over their special blend of coffee or artisanal tea!
Get ready to be spoilt for choice when you come to the Royals Cafe at Siglap. Their extensive selection of flavours ranges from the Decadent Cheesecake to the “Royals” Chocolate Fudge Cake. Fret not, they allow customers to sample the different flavours before making their purchase. This halal bakery also has an assortment of homemade bread and cookies.
Address: 19 Upper East Coast Rd, Singapore 455209
Hours: Weekdays 10am – 10pm, Weekends 9am – 10pm
12. Polar Puffs and Cakes
With over 30 outlets and 80 kiosks in petrol stations and convenience stores, Polar’s puffs and cakes are beloved by many Singaporeans. You might have heard of their signature pastries such as the curry puff and chicken pie. The flakiness of the pastry is definitely worth your cheat day! Also, treat yourself to one of their many decadent chocolate cakes or customizable cakes if you’re celebrating your birthday.
As one of the prominent halal bakeries in Singapore, Prima Deli has sealed its position in the local food scene. Despite best known for their crispy yet soft waffles, their wide selection of bread and pastries are definitely not to be miss out on. They do provide their patrons with an eclectic mix of sweet or savoury Asian and Western flavours to suit any tastebuds.
Riz Delights started as a small business as a way to share their delicious bakes with cake lovers. They pride themselves in using quality ingredients and creating unique cake designs, especially when it comes to memorable events such as weddings. Besides cakes, this halal bakery also features traditional Malay desserts, macaroons and eclairs. From Pandan Gula Melaka to Tiramisu, you will never be bored of their halal baked goods.
Address: 430 Upper Changi Rd, #01-46 East Village Mall, Singapore 487048
This halal bakery specialises in mostly whole cakes for special events such as birthdays. Cake Avenue allows each customer’s imagination to run wild as they are able to create cakes of wildly unique designs. If you can think it, they can do it! Check out their decadent series which features tasty flavours such as Cherry Chocolate Red Velvet.
Address: 33 Lor Kilat, #01-01 Kilat Centre, Singapore 598132
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 7pm
16. All in…
Inspired by the accessible and convenient takeaway counters in Melbourne, All In… is a cafe that boasts a menu of coffee, ice blended drinks, gelato and of course, incredible pastries and baked goods! From scones to cupcakes, there are so many options to choose from for your sweet tooth. There are also baked goods specials on some weekends so make sure to check out their page to see what is on sale.
Address: 672 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188803
Hours: 8am – 11pm, daily
Contact: 6295 5509
17. Cat And The Fiddle
First launched in 2014 online, Cat and The Fiddle was a premium online cheesecake brand. It quickly gained a reputation for its Asian-inspired cakes and exciting mascot for the brand. Soon after, the online brand opened their first bakery in Clarke Quay Central. There are a variety of cheesecakes including Oreo Cookies & Cream, Tangy Lemon and Yuzu, Roselle Tea and Yogurt and more!
Fitri Creations is not only a bakery but also a Halal training center which provides training for those who are interested in being skillful bakers/ entrepreneurs. The team of four chefs-cum-trainers has allowed many clients to realise their baking dreams and now serves delicious treats to customers. The retail space boasts many baked goods like macarons brownie, nutella cheese brownie, ondeh-ondeh gula melaka and more! Why not support aspiring bakers while treating yourself to some scrumptious treats?
Best known for their delightful ondeh-ondeh cake, Julie Bakes is a humble Muslim-run bakery serving a variety of sliced cakes and cupcakes. First started as a hom based business, the owner found her true calling in baking and from it came this hidden gem of a bakery cafe. Located in Haji Lane, this Halal-certified cafe offers popular flavours like Speculoos Cookie Butter Cake, Milo Nutella and more!
Specialising in artisanal brownies, blondies, cakes and French pastry, Shubby Sweets is a Muslim-owned dessert store located in Chai Chee. Initially a home-based business, their success has allowed them to branch out as a shop for themselves. A brownie paradise, you can pick from the variety of flavours like Red Velvet, Matcha Cheesecake Brownies, Salted Peanut Butter Blondies and more. There are also choux pastries for you to try like the Blueberry Cheesecake Chous, Susu Manis and Keju Choux.
Address: 42 Chai Chee St. #01-68, S461042
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 12.30pm – 8pm
21. The Twelve Bakeshop
Created by the same people from Twelve Cupcakes, The Twelve Bakeshop is halal-certified and serves high quality cupcakes. Cupcakes are always freshly baked and are handmade from scratch as well. Some of the flavours available include Red Velvet, Cookies N Cream, Sea Salt Caramel and more!
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