18 late-night dessert places that you can go to indulge in sweet treats past midnight

We have our favourite supper spots for dim sum, burgers, and even bak chor mee, but every now and then, you’re probably craving some delicious late-night sweet treats instead.

If you’ve been searching high and low for late-night dessert places to indulge in, you’ve come to the right place. Ahead, AVENUE ONE has listed down 18 places with delectable desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth even past midnight.

Whether you want a plate of waffles and ice cream, some Thai treats or a bowl of comforting traditional Chinese dessert, we have everything covered in this comprehensive round-up!

1. Café De Muse

Located at Shaw Centre along Orchard Road, Café De Muse is a Korean café providing speciality coffee, tea, and sweet treats. Whether you’re craving a cold bingsu or a traditional Korean pancake, Café De Muse will be able to serve you what you want at any hour.

Address: 350 Orchard Road, Shaw House, #01-K5/K6 & #02-K4, Singapore 238868
Opening hours: Restaurant is opened 24 hours daily; dessert bar is open from 10am to 10pm daily
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2. Coffeesmith

A cafe franchise originally from Seoul, Coffeesmith serves as a great hangout spot with friends after a late night out, especially if you’re in the Orchard and Northpoint areas where the Coffeesmith outlets are open 24 hours a day. Here, you can dig in to various types of sweet confectioneries and waffles to fill up your belly.

Address: See full list of locations here
Opening hours: Timing varies between outlets
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3. Dessert First

If you’re looking for more Asian treats, Dessert First is your late-night stop with different flavours of Sago as well as Bean Curd Pudding and Glutinous Rice Balls for you to choose from.

Address: 8 Jiang Seah Street, #01-04, Singapore 189029
Opening hours: 12pm – 11.30pm daily
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4. Gong He Guan

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Along Upper Cross Street is Gong He Guan, a dessert shop with a nostalgic Hong Kong restaurant ambiance serving old-school Chinese desserts such as Yam Paste, Tortoise Jelly, and Gui Ling Gao.

Address: 28 Upper Cross Street, Singapore 058337
Opening hours: 10.30am – 10.30pm daily

5. Haute and Cauld

Haute and Cauld is one of Bedok’s hotspots for a midnight sweet treat. This ice cream cafe serves classic flavours like Nutella and Strawberry Cheesecake as well as unique flavours like Yubari Rock Melon that can be paired with their freshly made waffles.

Address: 740 Bedok Reservoir Road, #01-379, Singapore 470740
Opening hours: 2pm – 2am on weekdays (except 6pm – 2am on Tuesdays); 12pm – 2am on weekends

6. Hay Gelato

Also found in Bedok, Hay Gelato is a cafe serving up artisan ice cream flavours such as Smoked Hay, Balsamic Strawberry, and Truffle with complimentary toppings in either a cup or on a waffle.

Address: 136 Bedok North Avenue 3, #01-148, Singapore 460136
Opening hours: 3pm – 2am from Tuesdays to Sundays (closed on Mondays)

7. Settlers Cafe

Under the Moscano franchise, Settlers Cafe has been a pioneer for board game cafes in Singapore since 2003 and is one of the few that opens 24 hours. While chilling out with friends, enjoy a cake or two and even a smoothie bowl on the side.

Address: 39A North Canal Road, Singapore 059295
Opening hours: 24 hours daily
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8. Smile Dessert

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It’s easy to spot Smile Dessert’s distinctive hot pink building in Bugis; the three-storey cafe serves as the perfect Instagram spot with its pink aesthetics and unique take on traditional Chinese desserts.

Address: 534 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188749
Opening hours: 11am – 3am daily

9. The Whale Tea

If you’re craving bubble tea in the middle of the night, head on over to The Whale Tea at Rivervale Mall. It’s the only bubble tea shop that opens 24 hours daily and has an array of teas to choose from as well as desserts to add on with your drink.

Address: 11 Rivervale Crescent, #01-14, Singapore 545082
Opening hours: 24 hours daily
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10. Time For Thai

Missing Bangkok and all the authentic Thai desserts? Travel to Bukit Timah to visit Time for Thai. The restaurant serves halal-certified Thai classics like Mango Sticky Rice, Coconut Ice Cream, and Tapioca with Coconut Milk.

Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599739
Opening hours: 11am – 1am daily
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11. Lickers

Within Hougang and Telok Blangah, find delicious, handcrafted ice cream at Lickers. With over fifteen flavours to choose from such as the classic Rum and Raisin to the signature bright blue Cookie Monster, you’ll find something to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Address: 124 Hougang Avenue 1, #01-1446, Singapore 530124 | Telok Blangah Crescent, #01-422, Singapore 090006
Opening hours: 1pm – 2am from Tuesdays to Thursdays; 12pm – 2am from Fridays and Sundays (closed on Mondays)
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12. Tian Wang

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In Jalan Besar, Tian Wang in a dessert shop serving local delights. You can find a selection of hot and cold desserts such as Durian Mousse, Bird’s Nest, Soursop Popping, and Mango Sago. Other favourites you can expect on the menu include Collagen Soup and Snow Jelly.

Address: 145 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208863
Opening hours: 3pm – 2am daily

13. No Horse Run

Serving artisan gelato and waffles, No Horse Run is the perfect midnight hangout spot to check out if you’re in Yishun. There’s an array of handmade flavours including Muah Chee, Green Apple Yakult, and Burnt White Chocolate, which are best paired with the signature Pandan Gula Melaka waffle.

Address: 160 Yishun Street 11, #01-216, Singapore 760160
Opening hours: 1pm -2am from Mondays to Thursdays; 12pm – 2am from Fridays to Sundays
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14. Mosanco Enchanted Cafe

From the same team that runs the Settlers Cafe, Mosanco’s Enchanted Cafe has multiple outlets that open 24 hours with a variety of different themes – think fairytale garden, the secret garden, the cave, and many more. Treat yourself to a range of delectable smoothie bowls and cakes available.

Address: See a full list of locations here
Opening hours: Timing varies between outlets
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15. Tittle Tattle

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Tittle Tattle is a retro-themed bistro serving food and drinks (including alcohol) 24 hours a day and is great for those looking to pull an all-nighter as the bistro offers free WiFi and power sockets for customers to use. Don’t leave without trying the extravagant and highly appetizing waffles.

Address: 183 Selegie Road, #01-03, Singapore 18832
Opening hours: 24 hours daily

16. Foursome Ice Cream

Foursome Ice Cream, located at Upper Thomson, is a cafe serving fourteen different flavours of ice cream such as Hojicha, Hokkaido Milk, Tiramisu, Speculoos Biscoff, and Hazelnut Chocolate Rocher that go along well with  the dessert shop’s waffles, lava cake, or bread.

Address: Block 22 Sin Ming Road, #01-218, Singapore 570022
Opening hours: 11.30am – 1am from Sundays to Thursdays; 11.30am – 2am on Fridays and Saturdays

17. WanWan Thai Cafe

WanWan Thai Cafe is not only an Insta-worthy spot with its greenery, marble, and neon aesthetics, but it also serves sweet bingsu of different flavours with variety of toppings, waffles as well as mouthwatering chunky toast topped with ice cream for the ultimate dessert experience.

Address: 127A Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189637
Opening hours: 12pm – 3am daily

18. I See Ice Cream

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With its minimalist interior, I See Ice Cream lets you focus on the delectable flavours of its artisan ice creams and waffles instead of your surroundings. There are twelve flavours to choose from that will go well with the ice cream shop’s freshly made herb-and-spice waffles.

Address: 11 Sin Ming Road, Thomson V Two, #01-04, Singapore 575629
Opening hours: 2pm – 11pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays; 2pm – 2am on Fridays and Saturdays (closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)