There’s more to some of Singapore’s hottest restaurants than just great food, and no meal is complete without a droolsome dessert. These are some of the new ones that are worth the calories.
This nose-to-tail restaurant whips up a great rendtion of the traditional Spanish dessert, torija, which resembles a cross between a bread pudding and French toast.
Head chef Dannel Krishnan serves up a modern version of the sugee cake, a traditional Eurasian dessert. This one has Mandarin pate de fruit, blood orange jelly, burnt orange segments, candied ginger and yoghurt.
Besides specializing in small sharing plates of offal, the sister restaurant of Lolla also offers the delectable passionfruit tart with faises de bois.
Pastry chef Tammy Mah’s take on the cheese cake is a modern yuzu-infused version encased with chocolate, and filled with a combination of white chocolate and wasabi mousse, popping candy, and black sesame sponge and yogurt.
Julien Royer’s new venture at the National Gallery has more than just fine French cuisine—order the Choconuts Gallery, a peanut and almond praline which features a dollop of tonka bean ice cream.
Celebrity chef Tetsuya Wakuda expands on his glitzy outpost here with a dessert-focused bar at Marina Bay Sands’ Rise lounge. This blackforest cake with pistachio mousse and cherry liqueur sauce is just one of its many fancy creations.
This new gastrobar serves up European cusine in a casual setting—what better way to end a meal than with a reliable classic like the bread and butter pudding?
Progressive Indian restaurant Saha dishes out molecular takes on traditional Indian cuisine, and this gulab jamun cheesecake, topped with saffron poached pears will blow many a purist’s mind.
The Jasmine Tea Verrine is a refreshing and unusual combination of calamansi, Marmite and milk sherbet.
Inspired by his wife, Annette, chef-owner Sam Aisbett creates the restaurant’s signature dessert—Black Gold. With Valrhona chocolate mousse, a white chocolate centre, orange jellies and chocolate pearls, this decadent treat is a must try.