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  • Writer's picturePhoebe Chong

๐Ÿฐ๐Ÿ’ 4 Newly Opened Instagrammable Dessert Cafes To Visit

Celebrate National Dessert Day this week by visiting these newly opened dessert cafes! Life is always sweeter with desserts โœจ

1. Cafe BomBom

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Newly opened in Tampines 1, Cafe BomBom is a brightly furnished Korean cafe specialising in artisanal desserts including Korean macarons and Bingsu, a popular shaved ice dessert widely known in Korea. Desserts aside, the cafe serves up a wide assortment of over 40 different coffees, frappes, smoothies, lattes, and signature drinks, making it a perfect pairing with the delectable desserts.

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For macaron lovers, you'll definitely enjoy these macarons ($4.90 each) specially made by Cafe BomBom, being significantly bigger than the typical macarons found in Singapore and filled generously with luscious cream. Select from a variety of flavours including Vanilla, Strawberry, Oreo, Chocolate, and Cheddar if you're looking for something savoury. Remember to leave some space for their Bingsu desserts, especially their Dalgona Bingsu ($7.60), which are individual-sized and perfect for one.

๐Ÿ“Location: 10 Tampines Central 1, #04-14, Tampines 1, Singapore 529536

โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: Monday - Saturday 11am - 9.30pm

2. Gamo

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Tis the cafe season, as a new Muslim-owned cafe has just opened its doors at Bras Basah Complex this October. Being a Japanese-inspired bakery cafe, Gamo offers a diverse selection of croissants, cakes, and tarts. The cafe would be hard to miss with their glorious display of baked goods at the counter, be sure to try out their Kani Crab Mentaiko Croissant ($8), as well as other sweeter varieties including the Double Chocolate Croissant ($5), and Chocolate Hazelnut Hard Roll ($3).

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Don't forget to try out these viral circular croissants as well, with a flaky crust and tasty filling, these disc-shaped croissants have taken on Singapore by storm. Available in Kaya ($7), Matcha White Chocolate ($7), and Goma (Black Sesame) ($7), these circular croissants (known as croons), will be available at Gamo over the weekends. They're available only in limited quantities so make sure to make your way down early to get your hands on one!

๐Ÿ“Location: 231 Bain St, #01-75, Singapore 180231 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: 10am - 6pm

Closed on Mondays!

3. Whiskdom

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For savoury lovers, Whiskdom is the perfect cafe for you! Aside from their specialised bakes, the cafe serves up savoury bagels stuffed to the brim with choice ingredients. Select from 4 options, including H.E.C (ham, egg, and cheese, $9.90), Eggsplode (soft boiled eggs, mayonnaise, cheese and furikake, $12.90), Otah Bum (spiced mackerel, mayonnaise and fresh lettuce, $14.90), and K-bae-gel (kimchi chicken, house-made gochujang aioli and kimchi slaw, $15.90).

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Before you leave, end off your hearty meal with some thick chunky cookies and decadent brownies. Whiskdom offers a smorgasbord of cookie and brownie flavours ranging from Hojicha Cocoa and Matcha Lava, to Creme Brulee and Speculoos Delight, so there's definitely something for everyone! Don't forget to snap a picture in the cafe while you're there, with the interior decked in resplendent pink hues and furniture.

๐Ÿ“Location: 757 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198725 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: 10am - 8pm

Open from 11am - 8pm on Mondays!

4. Pomme

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Situated a stone's throw away from Clarke Quay, Pomme is the new kid on the block serving up artisanal desserts and pastries. The patisserie cafe is known for their stunning cakes decorated intricately and prettily, perfect for an instagrammable shot. Aside from desserts, Pomme has an extensive menu for those looking for something more substantial, including choices such as meats and pasta, as well as light bites.

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Some popular Petit Gateaux include the Manguo ($11), consisting of mango mousse, lemon curd, and a sponge cake topped with a layer of mango jelly. Another note worthy option would be the Pebble ($9.50), which comprises of black sesame mousse, sable, and a molten black sesame namelaka core. Despite the steeper pricing of these desserts, its a perfect opportunity to treat yourself and indulge in these decadent treats.

๐Ÿ“Location: 47 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058680 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: Sunday - Thursday (11.30am - 10pm), Friday - Saturday (11.30am - 10.30pm)

Closed on Tuesdays!

Pamper your families and loved ones with a trip to these gorgeous cafes serving decadent desserts and have an enjoyable meal together ๐Ÿ’–

with Love, The Dateideas Team ๐Ÿฅฐ Follow us on Instagram, Telegram & TikTok too!


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