Top Halal Bakeries in Singapore
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Sinful and Saintly: Top Halal Bakeries in Singapore

Halal bakeries can be quite creative in substituting non-permissible ingredients with halal alternatives such as pectin instead of gelatin. This way, they comply with Islamic dietary rules while offering diverse baked goods.

To give you an idea of the variety available in Singapore, we’ve rounded up some of the best halal bakeries on the island and their range of delicious fresh-from-the-oven treats.

All Things Delicious

Address: 34 Arab St, #01-01, Singapore 199733 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562914252

Hours: Daily, 8 AM – 7 PM

Price: $$


All Things Delicious is a popular spot for wholesome meals and yummy desserts, drawing in notable figures like Lucy Liu and local influencers

We’ve tried several of its cakes and were happy to note that each slice achieves flavour perfection without being overly sweet.

We also ordered the lamb bites off its Rice Bowls menu for lunch and were delighted with the piquant freshness of its house-made mango salsa, and how tender the meatballs were!

Pro-tip: The refreshing fruit crumble is available for online orders, not dine-in (alas!).

Fluff Bakery

Address: 795 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198763 (Google Maps) 

Contact: +6591447729

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM – 7 PM

Price: $$


Fluff Bakery, a halal-certified patisserie, has gained popularity with long queues since its modest beginnings in 2013. It now boasts a larger space with an expanded menu beyond cupcakes.

Its creative doughnuts are must-tries, with the maple cinnamon toast flavour featuring a maple-spiked custard as a personal fave. But for the adventurous palate, flavours like durian, vanilla bean, and New York cheesecake also exist.

Pro-tip: With a rotating selection of flavours each month, there’s always something new to discover at Fluff Bakery.

Mother Dough

Address: 3 Jln Kledek, Singapore 199259 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6569096604

Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 10 AM – 5 PM

Price: $$


Mother Dough, a Muslim-owned bakery, is renowned for its handcrafted artisanal bakes. As passersby, we were greeted by the aroma of freshly baked pastries, and upon entering, we were met with a tempting array of halal pastries. 

It offers a variety of croissants, brioche, baguettes, and quiches, along with lemon cake, banana walnut cake, dark chocolate cake, and fruit and nut cake. 

We found its dry cinnamon roll is particularly noteworthy for its gooey interior and delightful blend of cinnamon and sugar.

Pro-tip: Daily offerings may vary, so don’t be surprised if some fave items aren’t available.

The French American Bakery

Address: 49 Haji Ln, Singapore 189242 (Google Maps)

Contact: [email protected] 

Hours: Daily, 11 AM – 7 PM

Price: $$


This cosy spot is famous for its vast array of fresh French and American-style bakes, including the viral hot chocolate with torched marshmallow fluff. 

While there, get the creme brulee (and thank us later). It’s not cheap (around S$6 per serving), but the heady combination of delicateness and decadence results in the perfect dessert every single time. 

Pro-tip: With space for only three customers at a time, expect long queues outside. The line moves swiftly though, so decide promptly, as others are eagerly waiting.

Julie Bakes

Address: 28 Bussorah St, Singapore 199446 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6596479027

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, noon – 8 PM; Sundays, noon – 7 PM

Price: $$


Nestled discreetly in Haji Lane, this hidden gem is tucked away between other shops and could be easy to miss. We tried the peppermint dark chocolate cake, which was perfectly balanced, not too sweet, and melted in our mouths.

But its bestseller is undoubtedly the ondeh ondeh (green rice flour sweets) cake featuring aromatic pandan, rich gula melaka layers, and coconut flakes. It’s a must-visit for lovers of both Western and kueh (sweet rice cake) treats.

Pro-tip: Certain flavours (like Biscoff and peppermint chocolate cookies) rotate, so it’s advisable to call the outlet before visiting.

Lynn’s Cakes

Address: 11 Eng Kong Terrace, Singapore 598983 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6563142886

Hours: Thursday to Sunday, 11 AM – 6 PM

Price: $$


At Lynn’s Cakes, you can indulge in a diverse selection of cake flavours including the popular Rainbow Beauty and salted caramel. These treats can be complemented by artisanal brews. 

We went for its carrot cake and fell in love with its light yet creamy cream cheese frosting. It enveloped a moist sponge with real carrot strips inside (we convinced ourselves it was a healthy snack!).

Pro-tip: The elegant ambience, with white and light wood furniture, offers simplicity perfect for work nomads.

Konditori Artisan Bakes

Address: 33 Bussorah St, Singapore 199451 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562098580

Hours: Daily, 10 AM – 6 PM

Price: $$


Despite the higher prices, the handcrafted goodies at this European-style bakery are meticulously prepared daily, making them worth it. 

Konditori Artisan Bakes is known for its croissants. When we sampled the butter croissant, we had to agree that it’s one of the best we’ve had in Singapore by far—buttery and flaky, with a crisp bite leading into a pillowy core. Délicieux!

Pro-tip: Despite its lack of seating, the quaint bakery is always bustling with patrons. Prepare for a bit of a queue.

Pita Bakery

Address: 29 Bali Ln, Singapore 189865 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6566356256

Hours: Monday to Friday, 9 AM – 9 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 9 AM – 9.30 PM

Price: $


For authentic Mediterranean cuisine, we always visit Pita Bakery on Bali Lane. Specialising in Middle Eastern fare, this hole-in-the-wall bakery crafts flatbreads from scratch daily. 

The shop offers a variety of dishes including pita sandwiches, falafel, and dips. What sets it apart (aside from its halal certification) are its vegan-friendly, kosher ingredients.

Pro-tip: Each pita bread—whether garlic, sesame, za’atar, or Cajun—is chewy, dense, soft, and perfect with hummus.

Happy Oven

Address: 40 Beo Cres, #01-08, Singapore 160040 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562707411

Hours: Daily, 5 AM – 7 PM

Price: $


For traditional halal bakeries in Singapore, Happy Oven is a must-visit. Situated in Tiong Bahru, it offers affordable traditional treats made from scratch. 

Its owner Amos Tay noted that many of their customers are elderly, so they strive to keep prices low to cater to their needs. Some of the items are priced as low as a dollar!

That’s why you can expect signature items like the ondeh ondeh cake costing just S$1.40 but featuring a moist sponge oozing gula melaka (palm sugar).

Pro-tip: Whole cakes are also sold by request. 

Wonders Bakery

Address: 111 Arab St, Singapore 199807 (Google Maps)

Contact: +65 8808 6813 

Hours: Daily, noon – 7 PM

Price: $$


Wonders Bakery, a Muslim-owned pastry shop, specialises in delectable pastries like croffles (croissant-waffle hybrid), tarts, and croissants in various flavours and fillings. It also also offers custom cakes for special occasions. 

Some of its cake signature cake flavours include ondeh ondeh, Speculoos cookie butter, red velvet, and salted caramel. The red velvet came as a pleasant surprise for us; it was layered with Nutella instead of cream cheese!

Pro-tip: Wonders Bakery rotates two additional flavours weekly, including Earl Grey for those preferring less sweetness.

Fitri Creations Halal Bakery

Address: 361 Sembawang Cres, #01-02 Sun Natura, Singapore 750361 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6588225521

Hours: Daily, 10 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$


Fitri Creations was founded by a pastry chef with over ten years of 5-star hotel experience. This means you can expect top-notch quality control in its baked goodies, particularly in its yummy doughnuts.

We love its Ondeh Ondeh Donut Bomb which features a pandan doughnut filled with coconut cream and gula melaka. To keep to tradition, it’s coated with grated coconut for that authentic ondeh ondeh texture.

Pro-tip: Expect long queues during peak hours (around noon), so it’s best to go early to grab the popular bakes before they run out.

Boms & Buns

Address: 430 Upper Changi Rd, #01-54 East Village, Singapore 487048 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6594752559

Hours: Daily, noon – 8 PM

Price: $$


Boms & Buns is a Muslim-owned bakery in the east that offers Instagram-worthy choux puffs in various flavours and hot buns. Popular flavours include Nutella, kaya butter, and salted caramel.

The pastries are made from scratch daily using tried-and-tested recipes for optimal texture and flavour. The cinnamon and pecan buns taste fresh even after next-day reheating in the oven or air fryer!

Pro-tip: For tea, try the Earl Grey blueberry lemon choux for its zesty lemon curd.