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Dessert Restaurants in Bugis, Singapore

Enjoy a delicious dessert in Chinatown with Quandoo

Chinatown is one of the most historic ethnic enclaves in Singapore and is a thriving cultural hub for the local Chinese community. Home to many heritage sights and iconic landmarks, it also boasts a wide selection of cafes, coffee shops and restaurants specialising in cuisine from all corners of the globe. If you're planning a trip to the area for a light lunch or delicious dinner, turn to Quandoo to help you find the perfect place to enjoy an unforgettable dessert in Chinatown. Whether you’re looking for a comforting slice of pandan cake or a bite of sweet mango pudding, browse dessert spots in Chinatown at a glance with Quandoo. Once you've decided on where you're headed, make an online reservation in moments. It couldn't be simpler.

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Kaw Kaw SG

Kaw Kaw SG

Bugis
Café$$$$
4.7/656
Kaw Kaw SG
Yummo Chow

Yummo Chow

Bugis
Café$$$$
4.3/616
Yummo Chow
Windowsill Pies - Haji Lane

Windowsill Pies - Haji Lane

Bugis
Café$$$$
5.5/62
Windowsill Pies - Haji Lane
TCC - Bugis Junction (MAIN)

TCC - Bugis Junction (MAIN)

Bugis
Café$$$$
4.8/610
TCC - Bugis Junction (MAIN)
TCC - Bugis Junction (ATRIUM)

TCC - Bugis Junction (ATRIUM)

Bugis
Café$$$$
TCC - Bugis Junction (ATRIUM)

The Mad Sailors – British Kitchen

Bugis
Café$$$$
4.4/684
The Mad Sailors – British Kitchen

Oberstrasse

Bugis
Café
5.1/676
Oberstrasse

The Hangar - Arab Street

Bugis
Café
4.5/620
The Hangar - Arab Street

Twenty Grammes

Bugis
Café$$$$
5.1/617
Twenty Grammes

Candour Coffee

Bugis
Café$$$$
5.1/615
Candour Coffee

La Marelle Boutique Cafe

Bugis
Café$$$$
5.7/63
La Marelle Boutique Cafe

Rabbit Owl Depot

Bugis
Café$$$$
6.0/61
Rabbit Owl Depot

Witbier

Bugis
Café
5.3/68
Witbier

Cups N Canvas

Bugis
Café$$$$
4.6/65
Cups N Canvas

Richmond Station

Bugis
Café
4.0/61
Richmond Station

The Humble Hut

Bugis
Café
The Humble Hut

STRESSEDesserts

Bugis
Café$$$$
STRESSEDesserts
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    Satisfy your sweet tooth with a magnificent dessert in Chinatown

    Chinatown is made up of four distinct areas and dwarfs similar enclaves in other countries, ensuring you've an incredible selection of desserts and cuisine types when dining in the area. Chinese immigrants have been arriving into Singapore since at least the 1300s, while modern-day Chinatown has been a firm fixture of local life since the 1820s. With all that heritage and history behind it, it's little wonder that Chinatown and its dessert offerings are so diverse. With a wealth of eateries to choose from in the neighbourhood, you’re never too far away from the perfect dining spot.
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    Round off any meal in style with a delicious dessert in Chinatown

    Chinese cuisine has long been associated with a wealth of ingredients and an incredible range of flavours, so it should come as no surprise that its desserts are just as diverse. You'll find something delicious to dine on at every turn in Chinatown, whether you're hankering after a sweet treat to satisfy your sugar cravings, or fancy something more refined to round off a fine dining experience. It's also worth remembering that Chinatown is home to a range of cuisines that extends beyond Chinese food, with Indian, Thai and western cuisines all represented. Having trouble deciding on which dessert to try in Chinatown? Have sago gula melaka, ice kachang or a serving of chendol if you're in the mood for something sweet. If you'd prefer more traditional flavours, peanut paste, tau huay and green bean soup are all worth a try.
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    Find the perfect dessert in Chinatown for every occasion

    With a variety of gastronomic venues in Chinatown, dessert can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Dig into scrumptious cake at one of the many cafes or coffee shops in the area, or pick up an incredible iced treat to take the edge off warmer days. Enjoying an evening meal with a new romance? You have a premier pick of more refined after dinner treats at fine dining establishments in Singapore. Whatever your reason for dining out, savour a delicious dessert in Chinatown when you turn to Quandoo.