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Where to Find the Best Halal Cakes in Singapore

Singaporeans adore marking special moments with a cake—birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, or festive occasions—or even for snack time! Our collective sweet tooth means the love of cake transcends dietary guidelines.

Thankfully, halal cake shops in Singapore step up to the plate by providing an array of cakes tailored to these celebrations. So for your sweet tooth’s sake, let’s look at some of the best halal cakes in the city.

Butter Studio

Address: 200 Victoria Street, #01-61 to 61A, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562616198

Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 11 AM–9 PM; Friday to Saturday, 11 AM–9.30 PM

Price: $$


Butter Studio, a local favourite, has been crafting delicious sweets for over a decade. Drawing inspiration from cherished family recipes, its founders blend tradition with contemporary flair. 

The shop offers a delightful array of treats to soothe any type of dessert craving. Colourfully decorated kids’ cakes and customisable cupcakes are bestsellers here, though the salted caramel red velvet cake remains a timeless favourite.

Mini cupcakes are also available by the dozen in case you’re throwing a spontaneous gathering and need some cheerfully decorated desserts.

Pro-tip: Its seasonal Eid mango pineapple tarts are also must-tries.

Polar Puff & Cakes

Address: Floor 1 West Mall, 1 Bt Batok Central, #01-K7, Singapore 658713 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562679989

Hours: Daily, 9.30 AM–10 PM

Price: $$


Established in 1926, Polar Puffs & Cakes is famed for its photo cakes and Swiss rolls. Its latest offering, the Fruity Fluffy Roll, lives up to its name with flavours like lychee rose, golden mango, and tropical pink guava. 

Made with real fruit jam, these fluffy treats are a delightful, less sugary option. With their vibrant pastel colours, they also make the perfect celebratory gift for any occasion.

Single cold cake slices, featuring chocolate rice and ondeh-ondeh rolls, are also popular snack options available for purchase.

Pro-tip: Order custom cakes via the shop’s website at least 3 to 7 days in advance.

Fluff Bakery

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

Contact: +6591447729

Hours: Monday to Saturday, 11.30 AM–7 PM; Sundays, 11 AM–6 PM

Price: $


For pastry cravings, Fluff Bakery has practically everything to offer from halal sweet tarts to savoury galettes. But its star attraction is arguably its doughnuts, which are packed with hearty fillings like vanilla bean and creamy durian

The store’s flavours change monthly, ensuring a delightful surprise with every visit. You can also indulge in classics like red velvet and salted caramel cupcakes for a safe, sweet treat.

Pro-tip: The bakery sells out fast and lines may form, so arrive early. It’s worth it!

Julie Bakes

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

Contact: +6596479027

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, noon–7 PM

Price: $


Inspired by classic kueh flavours like ondeh-ondeh (green glutinous dessert) and pengat pisang (bananas in coconut cream), Julie Bakes offers a unique taste of tradition blended with modern twists.

Its ondeh-ondeh cake features an airy pandan sponge and a sweet coconut and gula melaka (palm sugar) filling. It reminds us of a fluffy cloud with a pandan-coconut flavour!

To keep up with new menu items and announcements, follow the shop’s social media accounts for daily flavour highlights and specials.

Pro-tip: Cakes are available to order whole or by slice.


Address: 371 Beach Rd, B1-38 City Gate, Singapore 199597 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6581834199

Hours: Tuesdays, 9 AM–2 PM; Wednesdays, 9 AM–5 PM; Saturdays, noon–4 PM

Price: $$


Burnt cheesecake elevates the classic version with varying textures—crunchy edges and a gooey middle. In Singapore, Paparch is arguably the reigning ruler of burnt cheesecakes (with a halal twist).

The shop’s premium, halal-certified ingredients ensure a perfect balance of sweet and savoury with the cheese hitting all the right notes. Smooth and enticing, its molten core delights and often sells out quickly.

Mini cheesecake squares are also available for delivery—perfect for those who prefer to enjoy their dessert solo.

Pro-tip: Check out Paparch’s Instagram account for new flavour announcements.

Lynn’s Cakes

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

Contact: +6563142886

Hours: Thursday to Sunday, 11 AM–6 PM

Price: $


Lynn’s Cakes and Coffee is a Muslim-owned bakery cafe launched in November 2013. The shop specialises in freshly baked cakes and desserts and can also accommodate custom cake orders.

Its Belgian chocolate cheesecake seamlessly blends chocolate and cheesecake flavours. We love that it satisfies our cravings for both without overpowering richness. 

Meanwhile, the Rainbow Beauty Cake is a visual and flavorful delight: six layers of rainbow-coloured butter cake with a hint of orange and filled and frosted with freshly whipped cream.

Pro-tip: Try Colonial Blend Coffee, crafted with a perfect balance of 50% Brazilian and 50% Indian beans for a remarkably smooth taste.

The French American Bakery

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

Contact: [email protected] 

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–6 PM

Price: $


Opened in 2021 by pastry chef Aishah and her husband, The French American Bakery draws crowds for its French and American breads, pastries, cakes, and cookies. 

The vanilla bean crème brûlée is one of the shop’s bestsellers. It features a caramelised sugar crust and luscious custard infused with vanilla beans.

But since we were trying to convince ourselves we were eating healthy, we had a slice of its signature carrot cake. It featured moist layers delicately spiced with cinnamon and hints of carrots that will make you hop with joy.

Pro-tip: This bakery is available for takeaways only, but you can preorder for a speedier service.

Dapiku Sweets

Address: 220 Bukit Batok East Ave 3 Singapore 650220 (Google Maps)

Contact: [email protected] 

Hours: Open 24 hours 

Price: $$


If you like your cake to be gorgeous in both taste and looks, give Dapiku Sweets a try. Based in Bukit Batok, founders Lee Jian Yun and partner Aliff Tee craft visually stunning confections. 

Their eclectic treats offer a playful twist on local flavours featuring bold pairings that are both unique and exciting. The custom cakes are popular, but the signature creations like Funfetti, vanilla and Speculoos, and seasonal cookies are also unforgettable.

Oh, and the shop also does customised sweets with requests accommodated via email.

Pro-tip: The delivery time is between 1 and 6 PM for all orders except for custom cakes.

Kueh Lapis By Mom

Address: Online store

Contact: 90230230, [email protected] 

Hours: By appointment/order

Price: $$


Kueh Lapis By Mom, operating since 1977, quietly delights fans with timeless recipes. Its bestseller is the spiced signature mini lapis Batavia, which is an Indonesian layered cake with each layer being carefully cooked one by one.

But those craving something more contemporary can enjoy modern twists like mini lapis Nutella and mini lapis Biscoff, which offer irresistible treats for dessert fans of all ages.

Pro-tip: The kueh lapis stays fresh for up to two weeks in the fridge or one month in the freezer.

Shartini’s Food Journal

Address: 93A Telok Blangah Street 31 Singapore 101093 (Google Maps)

Contact: +65 8808 4259

Hours: Daily, 9 AM – 5 PM

Price: $$


Shartini’s Food Journal specialises in fusion cakes and cupcakes, offering unique flavours like salted egg yolk cookies and dry shrimp cornflake cookies for Chinese New Year.

As a Muslim-owned and halal bakery, the shop excels in crafting custom cakes for birthdays and special occasions like weddings. Some of its most popular cakes include chendol (sweet iced pandan dessert) and black glutinous rice flavours. 

There are also bento (miniature) cakes that can fit a hamburger takeaway box in case you want to have a solo cake-eating session.

Pro-tip: The cake flavours vary in size and are sold based on diameter in inches (options include 6-inch round, 8-inch round, 10-inch round, and more).

Wonderland Sweetscape

Address: Floor 1 City Gate, 50 Jln Sultan, Singapore 198974 (Google Maps)

Contact: [email protected] 

Hours: Wednesday to Saturday, noon – 7 PM

Price: $$


Wonderland Sweetscape, nestled in City Gate’s basement, was originally a wedding cake specialist. Today, it’s still a favourite spot for dreamy nuptial confectionery, though its menu offers so much more.

Colourful and delectable treats like peanut butter slices, chocolate salted caramel cake, marble cake, and classic orange butter cake will vie for your attention. Cake flavour availability varies by season, but there’s always something yummy to try here.

Pro-tip: Do note that Wonderland Sweetscape items are strictly for takeaways.

The Royals

Address: 1 Create Way, #01-03 NUS University Town, CREATE Tower, Singapore 138602 (Google Maps) 

Contact: +6597771353

Hours: Monday to Saturday, 11 AM–8 PM

Price: $


Since its founding in November 2007, The Royals Cafe has gained a loyal following for its delicious sweet treats at affordable prices. Offering cakes, tarts, puffs, and refreshing beverages, there’s something here for everyone.

The salted caramel cake impresses with its intense flavour combination of chocolate cake and salty caramel cream. The mini unicorn cake is also a standout, featuring a magical rainbow cake adorned with intricate piping.

Pro-tip: There aren’t a lot of evening diners, so that’s a great time to go.


Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, #02-K3/K4 E!Avenue@Downtown East, Singapore 519599 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562830908

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–9.30 PM

Price: $$


Right off the bat, we’re happy to announce that Prima Deli’s chocolate fudge cake boasts rich chocolate sponge and fudge. It’s generously layered with premium Belgian dark chocolate.

Moist and indulgent, it offers a dual chocolaty experience—dark and milky. Plus, customisation options are available.

The shop offers a cake of the month special with online vouchers for up to 15% off. 

Pro-tip: The waffles are also must-tries at this bakery, as they’re crispy, fragrant, and always taste fresh.

Riz Delights

Address: 430 Upper Changi Rd, #01-58 East Village Simpang, Singapore 487048 (Google Maps) 

Contact: +6582696961

Hours: By appointment

Price: $$


Before gaining fame, Riz Delights was known for its halal cakes and pastries. From a humble baking studio to a retail outlet, the shop has shown that anything is possible.

It specialises in customised wedding and special occasion cakes using quality craftsmanship. Customers can choose to customise their own designs or request a completely new design tailored to their specifications.

Its exquisitely decorated cakes are almost too beautiful to eat. Plus, the red velvet cake serves as the perfect, subtly sweet foundation for custom cakes.

Pro-tip: Ask about the bakery’s unique cakes in a jar if you want something different for your special occasion.

Konditori Artisan Bakes

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

Contact: +6562098580

Hours: Daily, 10 AM–6 PM

Price: $$


At Konditori Artisan Bakes, expect to see a queue that often extends beyond the store, sometimes lasting 15 minutes. Once inside, you’ll feel spoilt for choice with an array of sweet and savoury baked goods on display.

The shop offers a perfect plain butter croissant—flaky, buttery, and slightly sweet with a hint of saltiness. But for extra-indulgent breakfasts, the luxurious red velvet croissant is filled with creamy cream cheese and boasts a beautiful red spiral when sliced.

Pro-tip: There’s no dine-in area, and only three customers are allowed inside at a time.