It’s always a good idea to pamper yourself with desserts. Our little island possesses a mind-boggling variety of cuisines, and we are spoiled with choices. In Singapore, the tiramisu cake is surely a crowd-pleaser, even for those averse to caffeinated beverages. With their velvety consistency and addictive bittersweet taste, the non-baked confectionary is impossible to resist.

In this article, we’ll be naming the top ten contenders for best tiramisu in town. From the respectfully conservative to the wildly experimental, join us on a hunt for the ultimate pick-me-up!

1. Cat & the Fiddle

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Cat & the Fiddle specializes in gourmet cheesecakes, made to perfection by Celebrity Pastry Chef Daniel Tay. In fact, he is a former pastry chef at Michelin three-starred French fine-dine restaurant Les Amis.

Tiramisu at Cat & the Fiddle goes by the name “Sicilian Wild Cats”, alluding to the fluffiness of cocoa powder and the fieriness of espresso. As a halal-certified bakery, Sicilian Wild Cats is free of alcohol. However, they do not compromise on spunk: a generous dash of caffeine makes for a heady, punchy treat.

Get an exclusive 10% discount on their signature flavours when you purchase a whole cake now! Simply apply promo code BESTCAT at checkout when you place an order online.

Highlight

  • Certified Halal
  • 10% off whole cakes with promo code BESTCAT
  • Islandwide delivery available
AddressHeadquarter: 8 Burn Rd #01-01 Trivex, Singapore 369977
The Central @ Clarke Quay: 6 Eu Tong Sen St #01-41, Singapore 059817
Westgate: 3 Gateway Drive #01-18, Singapore 608532
Junction 8: 9 Bishan PL #02-32A, Singapore 579837
Contact number+65 6287 0077
Business hoursHeadquarter: 10 AM – 7 PM (Mon – Fri); 10 AM – 5 PM (Sat, Sun & PH)
Other outlets: Retail outlets operating hours are currently 11 AM – 9 PM until further notice

2. L’Atelier TiramiSu

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The folks behind L’Atelier TiramiSu are truly devoted to tiramisu, seeing as they dedicated the entire business to it. The unique capitalization in the second half of their name is a tribute to the Italian phrase that coined the term, which translates to ‘pick me up’.

Besides classic tiramisu, the patisserie has six other flavours available: Lychee, Matcha, Dark Cherry, Brulee, Pistachio and Lavender Earl Grey. Every bite suffuses your senses with the exquisite fragrance of tropical fruits and teas without eclipsing the cake’s original flair.

If you’re looking to spice up your tiramisu hunt, try Lychee. It comes with a sprinkling of cinnamon dust, adding an unconventional warm note to the cold and mushy dessert.

Highlight

  • Tiramisu specialist
  • Lychee tiramisu with cinnamon dusts
  • Seven flavours to choose from
AddressThe Central @ Clarke Quay, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street B1-08/09, Singapore 059817
Contact number+65 9389 8582
Business hours12 PM – 9 PM (Mon – Thu)
12 PM – 10 PM (Fri – Sat)
12 PM – 7 PM (Sun)

3. The Tiramisu Hero

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The Tiramisu Hero is founded by two tiramisu enthusiasts, Aileen and Peggy. The pair are no snobs when it comes to tinkling with recipes: feel free to customize your desired level of moisture, sweetness and alcohol.

They also enjoy discovering new flavours, which culminated in a whopping 20 renditions at the cosy café (for now). There are plenty of boozy selections, most notably the Honey Soju, which swapped the traditionally-Western liquor for Korean Soju.

Feeling adventurous? Sample those with a local spin, such as kaya, milo and durian.

Highlight

  • 20 flavours to choose from
  • Tiramisu customization
  • Instagrammable jar packaging
Address121 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207548
Contact number+65 6292 5271
Business hours11 AM – 10 PM daily
Closed on Thursday

4. The 1925 Brewing Co.

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Known foremost for fermenting their own beer, The 1925 Brewing Co. Restaurant turns out to be quite the master of desserts as well.

Consistent with the pared-down yet earnest nature of the microbrewery, the tiramisu cake here is uncomplicated. A thick layer of mascarpone cheese, a coffee liqueur infusion, and homemade sea salt chocolate to top it all off – take one look at the ingredient list and you know something heavenly is brewing.

Highlight

  • Ranked Best Tiramisu of Singapore in 2018
  • Homemade sea salt chocolate topping
  • Traditional recipe
Address261 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427515
Contact number+65 6909 1425
Business hours12 PM – 10.30 PM daily
Closed on Monday

5. Maccha House

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At the peak of its pre-pandemic glory, a slice of Maccha House’s famed Uji Maccha Tiramisu required a 4-hour queue in Kyoto. Since then, they have expanded their global reach with franchises overseas, selling 10,000 servings daily. Fortunately, we get to skip the long wait and flight with its three outlets in Singapore.

Sourcing ingredients from acclaimed Kyoto tea company Morihan, the chain’s golden goose is delightful both on the eyes and the tastebuds. It has a coating of matcha powder that breaks up into little continents when you dig in; the bitterness of which is downplayed by the sweetness of the vanilla chiffon.

Highlight

  • Matcha flavoured tiramisu
  • Famous Kyoto chain
  • Ingredients from famous Kyoto tea company Morihan
AddressOrchard Central: 181 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238896
Suntec City: 3 Temasek Blvd, B1-172, Singapore 038983
PLQ Mall: #02-20 PLQ Mall, 10 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409057
Contact numberOrchard Central: +65 6636 5830
Suntec City: +65 6336 6129
PLQ Mall: +65 6970 0616
Business hoursSuntec City: 11.30 AM – 9.30 PM daily
Other outlets: 11 AM – 10 PM daily

6. Temptations Cakes Shop

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Primarily sought after for its Signature Chocolate Etoile Cake, the tiramisu at Temptations Cakes Shop qualifies as a hidden gem. Backed by 35 years of expertise in dessert-making, the tiramisu is mouthwatering and alcohol-free. It consists of mascarpone, chocolate sponge, coffee-soaked ladyfingers and a layer of chocolate ganache topped with cocoa powder.

The creamy mousse presents no resistance to the sinking forks of devouring gourmets; the clinging cocoa powder a satisfying reminder of the enjoyment you just had. Order a delectable cake (or more) for your special occasions on their website, and have it delivered to your doorstep.

Highlight

  • 35-year-old heritage bakery
  • Islandwide delivery available
  • Order three days in advance
Address42 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 427766
Contact number+65 6440 9200
Business hours11 AM – 7 PM (Mon – Fri)
9 AM – 7 PM (Sat – Sun)

7. 2am:dessertbar

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Pastry chef Janice Wong isn’t one to play by the book. Like a curious scientist, she dissects the subject and reassembles it into a refreshing experience.

As do most items on the menu, Chef Wong’s tiramisu aims to surprise. The usually invisible Kahlua is made into a tangible jelly. The dominance of coffee further enhanced by an espresso ice cream topping. There are mysterious dark pearls with a crunch. Gone is the usually incorporated mixture; instead, you’ll find yourself sinking into a bowl of deconstructed tiramisu.

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  • Creative dessert creations
  • Deconstructed tiramisu
  • Novel, interesting elements in the recipe
Address21A Lor Liput, Singapore 277733
Contact number+65 6291 9727
Business hours1 PM – 12 AM daily
Closed on Monday

8. PocoLoco

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PocoLoco is on the more affordable end of the dessert price range. Nonetheless, they do not skim on quality. As a matter of fact, its tiramisu is reputed to be on a calibre that rivals – or even outshines – those of its pricier contemporaries.

The holy trinity of cream cheese, cocoa powder and ladyfingers comes with a pleasant twist. PocoLoco introduced a crisp to the otherwise sloppy dessert with a crumbly biscuit. While tiramisu purists may cry blasphemy to this change, many find the unique texture gratifying.

If you’re feeling extra indulgent, they also have a handful of gelatos that won’t burn a hole in your wallet.

Highlight

  • Affordable tiramisu
  • Crunchy sponge biscuits
  • Heartland locations
AddressUpper Thomson: 215f Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574349
Royal Square @ Novena: 103 Irrawaddy Rd, #02-08, Singapore 329566
Contact numberUpper Thomson: +65 8436 3363
Royal Square @ Novena: +65 8699 6664
Business hours12 PM – 3 PM, 6 PM – 10 PM (Mon – Fri)
12 PM – 10 PM (Sat, Sun & PH)

9. Da Paolo Gastronomia

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Da Paolo Gastronomia is a family-ran Italian food group that focuses on authentic Italian fares. It beckons to foodies with a tiramisu of premium components. The trattoria lines its luscious mascarpone batter with coffee- and Marsala-soaked savoiardi and blankets it with luxurious Valrhona chocolate.

In my mind, I can’t help reading the restaurant’s name as ‘tapau lo‘, which isn’t that unfitting in the context. Those who can’t get enough can take away a Tiramisù Tub. At just S$15.90, induce yourself into the most divine food coma in the comfort of your own home.

Highlight

  • Tiramisù Tub at S$15.90
  • Valrhona chocolate topping
  • Authentic Italian recipe
AddressCluny Court #01-01, 501 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 259760
Contact number+65 6468 7010
Business hours7:30 AM – 10 PM daily

10. iO Italian Osteria

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iO Italian Osteria is a true-blue Italian establishment with various outposts in Singapore, Thailand and Pattaya. It takes great care in replicating the dining experience of a traditional Italian tavern, with fine antique pieces, beautiful copper and real wood furniture. The friendly, rustic ambience certainly adds a magical aura to the tiramisu.

The restaurant exercises excellent restraint over the liqueur portion to avoid overpowering the star of the show – pistachio. Crushed pistachio stands in for the familiar cocoa dusting. Meanwhile, the cake features immaculate layers of mascarpone and sponge fingers. The result is a light, delicate dessert that will definitely have you come back for more.

Highlight

  • Pistachio-flavoured tiramisu
  • An authentic Italian dining experience
  • Friendly, rustic ambience
AddressHillV2, 4 Hillview Rise, #02-01, Singapore 667979
Contact number+65 6710 7150
Business hours11:30 AM – 10 PM (Mon – Fri)
10 AM – 10 PM (Sat – Sun)

11. Rivegauche

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Hailing from France, Rivegauche has been spotlighting French cakes and bakes since 1993. Their take on the Italian classic calls for coffee liquor sponges, which boast the bold aroma of espresso. They are cushioned by layers of opulent tiramisu mousse, put together from a special recipe. The dusting on top completes the tiramisu with a perfect measure of bitterness, which prevents it from becoming cloying.

On a side note, Rivegauche is best known for their signature Guanaja cake. The cake is the epitome of decadence, using the finest French Valrhona Gauanja dark chocloate. Chocolate mousses, sponges, ganache and pralines sit atop a sumptuous feuillentine base – all underneath the embrace of a gleaming chocolate surface.

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  • Free islandwide delivery for orders S$120 and above
  • Signature Guanaja cake using the finest chocolate ingredients
  • Backed by more than two decades of expertise in pastry-making
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12. PUNCH

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Located in the central area of Singapore, PUNCH is an elegant cafe with minimalistic decor. They serve breakfast, lunch, sweets and drinks. Their tiramisu cake is the best item to try from their sweets menu! 

PUNCH’s tiramisu cake consists of just the right amount of sweetness and bitterness from the coffee, making it a perfect balance. The coffee used comes from Super Brazil Genovese Coffee and it contains a ton of rich flavours that hit your tastebuds, such as the flavour of caramel, chocolate and nuts. The sweet dish also has the right amount of alcohol which adds a slight kick to the taste. 

Highlights:

  • Rich chocolate-y, caramel-y and nutty flavours hitting your tastebuds
  • A tinge of alcohol to add a kick
  • Served with a bit of cream on top to add to the sweetness
Address32 North Canal Road, Singapore 059288
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Business Hours8AM to 6PM (Mon-Sun)

13. Wimbly Lu

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Wimbly Lu is a cafe in Singapore known for their amazing chocolates, ice-cream and dessert waffles. However, an amazing sweet dish that stands out is the tiramisu cake. Served in a tall glass, the dish is served with cream, alcohol and coffee. It is packed with rich and moist flavours, and customers also say that the chocolate does not give a bitter taste when coupled with coffee. 

You will not get tired of this delicious goodness and what’s more is that it’s served in a relatively big glass, thus they give you a pretty generous amount of the cake to enjoy. 

Highlights:

  • Served in a tall glass, giving you the freedom to enjoy a generous amount 
  • Packed with rich and moist flavours 
  • Powdered coffee on top
AddressWimbly Lu @ Riang: 15 – 2 Jalan Riang, Singapore 358987
Wimbly Lu @ Tyrwhitt: 166, Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207570
Little Wimbly Lu @ Greenwood Avenue: 18 Greenwood Avenue, Singapore 289212
Contact numbersWimbly Lu @ Riang: +65 6289 1489
Wimbly Lu @ Tyrwhitt: +65 6291 8138
Little Wimbly Lu @ Greenwood Avenue: +65 6904 6548
Business hoursWimbly Lu @ Riang: 11AM to 10PM (Mon-Fri), 9AM to 10PM (Sat-Sun), Closed on Tuesdays 
Wimbly Lu @ Tyrwhitt: 11AM to 10PM (Mon-Fri), 11AM to 6PM (Sat-Sun), Closed on Tuesdays 
Little Wimbly Lu @ Greenwood Avenue: 11AM to 10PM (Mon-Fri), 9AM to 10PM (Sat-Sun), Closed on Tuesdays

14. Tiong Bahru Bakery

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Tiong Bahru Bakery offers several types of baked goods and one of the most delicious one is their tiramisu cake! This delicious goodness is made with CMCR coffee, which is rich in diverse flavour and hits smoothly onto your tastebuds. 

The cake is layered with the softest sponge, mascarpone cream, bits of crunchy chocolate and finally, topped off with cocoa powder. What sets this tiramisu dessert out from the rest of the cakes is that it includes crunchy chocolate in their dish. Hence, it adds a balance of both soft and hard texture. The price is at $13.00 SGD, which is slightly expensive. 

Highlights:

  • Crunchy chocolate inside
  • Rich in diverse flavours 
  • Slightly expensive
Addresscheck the website here
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15. Awfully Chocolate

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If we’re talking about anything sweet and chocolate-y, you already know that Awfully Chocolate must have a mention! Personally, as an avid chocolate and dessert love, I absolutely love Awfully Chocolate’s dishes. 

What makes this tiramisu cake stand out from the other dishes is that it is filled with delicious, rich dark chocolate, alongside Italian sponge that is soaked in coffee and coffee liqueur. On top of that, it has mascarpone cheese and a layer of chocolate cake which adds a much diverse flavour. 

Highlights:

  • Dark chocolate 
  • Filled with mascarpone cheese
  • Topped off with chocolate cake
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16. The Connoisseur Concerto

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Better known as TCC, this cafe is a must-go-to place! Chances are that if you live in Singapore or if you’ve ever visited, you’ve probably been to TCC at least once. Located all across the country, they are well known for their food. 

Their tiramisu cake consists of the essential mascarpone cream alongside ladyfingers soaked in coffee, which gives it that distinct bitter yet sweet feeling. The texture of soaked ladyfingers makes it a very moist goodness. 

Highlights:

  • Ladyfingers soaked with coffee
  • Combination of sweetness and bitterness 
  • Moist and soft texture
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17. Baker’s Brew

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Baker’s Brew in Singapore offers customised cakes for any occasions, artisanal cakes as well as baking classes. If you are so interested in tasting tiramisu cakes, you can also try their baking classes wherein they provide hands-on experience with their cakes. 

Although slightly on the more expensive side ($78.00 SGD, but that is because they offer a whole cake and not just a piece), you can’t miss out on Baker’s Brew’s tiramisu cake. The texture is very moist and creamy, which the ladyfingers soaked in espresso coffee. Additionally, you can also find hints of chocolate, topped off with mascarpone frosting. 

Highlights:

  • Offers hands-on experience with their cakes 
  • Mascarpone frosting included 
  • Hints of chocolate
AddressOrchard Road #05-46, Singapore 238859
Contact numbersCafe: +65 6909 0669
Baking Classes: +65 9062 6094
Cake orders: +65 9004 7233
Events: +65 8268 8952
Business hours11AM to 9PM (Mon-Fri)
10:30AM to 9PM (Sat-Sun)

18. ARTEA

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At ARTEA, you will not just be limited to the original flavour of tiramisu. They offer numerous delicious flavours, such as original, brown sugar bubble, earl grey, lychee rose, matcha and strawberry. 

All their tiramisu cakes are served in a small box, which makes the presentation extremely unique and fascinating. Furthermore, unlike other tiramisu cakes, they don’t have a distinct layer. It is said to be a light dessert since it does not contain a lot of alcohol content. All cakes are served with a distinct topping, such as matcha powder, cocoa powder, strawberry and brown sugar jelly. 

Highlights:

  • Unique presentation
  • Different flavours 
  • Don’t have distinct flavours
Address:Vivo City: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-100/101 VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Causeway Point: 1 Woodlands Square, #B1-K22 Causeway Point, Singapore 738099
Business hours:Vivo City: 11AM to 10PM (Mon-Sun), 11AM to 10PM (Public Holidays)
Causeway Point: 11AM to 9:30PM (Mon-Sun), 11AM to 9:30 PM (Public Holidays)

19. Creme Maison Bakery

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Since 2014, Creme Maison Bakery has established itself as one of Singapore’s best picture-perfect customised cake shops. They make their cakes with fresh ingredients and you can only expect the finest quality cakes. 

Their tiramisu cake is extremely different from the others. It is durian flavoured! Yes, you heard it right. Creme Maison Bakery offers their tiramisu cake in durian flavour. It is alcohol free and they also give customers a generous size. It offers the perfect balance of sweetness from the durian and the bitterness from the coffee. Dusted with cacao powder on top, it is served with freeze dried raspberry and rose petal flakes. 

Highlights:

  • Durian flavoured
  • Generous size, servicing 8-10 people 
  • Great for small gatherings and events
Address30 Tai Seng Street (Breadtalk IHQ building) #08-03C Singapore 534013
Contact numbers+65 8181 3689
Business hours9AM to 5PM (Mon-Sat)
10AM to 1PM (Sun)
Closed on Tuesdays

20. Pete’s Place

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Located in Grand Hyatt Singapore, Pete’s Place is one of the oldest authentic Italian restaurants in Singapore. It offers numerous Italian dishes, with their tiramisu being one of their most iconic dishes. 

Some say Pete’s Place has the best tiramisu in the country, with very moist and spongy textures coming from the soaked ladyfingers. This is accompanied with the sweetness from mascarpone cream and bitterness from the espresso. 

Highlights:

  • One of the best tiramisu cakes 
  • Moist and spongy texture
  • Rich in flavours, balanced with sweetness and bitterness
Address10 Scotts Road, Singapore, Republic of Singapore 228211
Basement Level, Grand Wing, Grand Hyatt Singapore
Contact numbers+65 6738 1234
Business hoursLunch: 12PM to 3PM (Mon-Sun)
Appertivo: 3PM to 5PM (Mon-Sun)
A La Carte Dinner: 6PM to 7:30PM (Mon-Sun), 8PM to 9:30PM (Mon-Sun)

Now that we have the list, get ready to wrap up your meals with sweet delicacies all week long! Alternatively, broaden your search and pay these cake shops a visit. But, lest you blame us for your tightening pants, don’t forget to burn off the extra calories at these amazing rock-climbing gyms.