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6 Spots in Singapore for Late Night Desserts

It’s past midnight and your sweet tooth is acting up. Or maybe you’re looking for a spot to hang out with your fellow night owls, but hotpot sounds way too heavy. From waffles and ice cream, Hong Kong to Thai desserts, here are six dessert cafes in Singapore that open past midnight, some even 24 hours!

1. Lickers

For some good ol’ ice cream and waffles, head over to Lickers, which opens until 2am and has two outlets in Singapore. While their range of flavours might not be the most extensive, this humble ice cream cafe is constantly experimenting and coming up with new flavours. Everything is handcrafted from scratch, and an additional scoop of ice cream here only costs S$2.50! Your weight loss plan might not be happy about it, but your wallet will be. 

Address: 124 Hougang Avenue 1, #01-1446, Singapore 530124 | 6 Telok Blangah Crescent, #01-422, Singapore 090006

Opening hours: 1pm to 2am (Tue to Thu), 12pm to 2am (Fri to Sun), closed on Mon

2. The Whale Tea

2am and craving for bubble tea? Thankfully, there is one bubble tea store in the whole of SG that runs for 24/7. The Whale Tea in Rivervale Mall will satiate all your cravings for brown sugar milk tea, or the very unique and Instagrammable Volcanic Sapphire Whale. Apart from a wide variety of drinks, The Whale Tea also has desserts such as ice cream and souffles!

Address: 11 Rivervale Crescent, #01-14, Singapore 545082

Opening hours: 24 hours daily

3. Tittle Tattle

For the ultimate sugar rush or a spot to burn midnight oil, Tittle Tattle has free WiFi and power sockets, along with the Tittle Tattle Disaster ($22) that’s a crazy combination of Belgian waffle topped with ice cream, macarons, an ice cream cone, marshmallows, Kinder Buenos, strawberries and gem biscuits. If you’re not in the mood for something so extravagant, you can opt for a simple single or double scoop instead!


Address: 183 Selegie Road, #01-03, Singapore 188329

Opening hours: 24 hours daily

4. Gong He Guan

If what you want is a piping hot bowl of dessert instead, then Gong He Guan will be right up your alley. A Hong Kong dessert shop serving old-school Chinese desserts, you’ll find comforting items on the menu such as Sesame Paste ($3), Tangyuan ($3.20), White Fungus Papaya ($3.50) and the likes.

Address: ​​217 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389277

Opening hours: 9.30am to 3.30am daily

5. Coffeesmith

Another 24-hour joint, Coffeesmith in Northpoint and Orchard Central will give you your caffeine fix any hour of the day. Apart from their coffee selections, the Korean coffee chain also has various desserts such as brownies, waffles, Injeolmi toasts and bingsu to satiate your sweet tooth.

Address: 277 Orchard Road, Orchard Gateway, #01-09/09A, Singapore 238858 | 930 Yishun Avenue 2, Northpoint City South Wing, #01-112, Singapore 7690988

Opening hours: 24 hours daily

6. Time For Thai

Missing +66 and its traditional desserts? Head over to Time for Thai in Bukit Timah or Bedok for their Thai classics. On the menu is the velvety Mango Sticky Rice ($5.90) and other authentic Thai desserts like Red Ruby ($3.90) and Tapioca with Coconut Milk ($3.90). Prices are super affordable, and there’s also no additional charge for GST and service charge!


Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599739 | 282 Bedok Road, Singapore 469438

Opening hours: 11am – 1am daily

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