10 Best Halal Bakeries in Singapore Fulfil Your Dessert Wishlist

Need a sweet treat but it’s got to be halal? Here’s a list of the 10 best bakeries in Singapore certified by the MUIS. Visit any of these for a quick snack or a decadent treat. From macarons to croissants, sourdough to wedding cakes, halal bakeries are making their mark.

1. Fluff
Phone: +65 9144 7729
Whatsapp: +65 9650 3541 (for corporate orders only)
Website: https://www.fluffbakery.sg/
Email: enquiry@fluffbakery.sg
Location: 795 North Bridge Road, #01-01 Singapore 198763
Opening Hours: 12:00 pm – 7:30 pm (Tues – Sun)

Fluff is a ‘mom and pop’ store run by Ashraf Alami and his wife Nursyazanna. Opened in 2012, Fluff aims to provide Singaporeans with the yummiest cupcakes in an extensive range of innovative flavours. Apart from their trademark cupcakes, this halal-certified bakery also specialised in full cakes, tarts, and doughnuts.

Chef’s Specials

  • Miso butter garlic mushroom galette
  • Mandarin orange cream doughnut
  • Red velvet cupcakes stuffed with Nutella
  • Horlicks cupcake
  • Pandangulamelaka cake 

Other Things to Consider

  • Menu items are available on pre-order or off the counter until stocks last
  • The bakery has recently introduced classes. Every month, you can learn how to make a different range of sweet and savoury items.
  • No dine-in allowed, only takeaway available at the bakery.
  • There are usually queues on weekends, so go early. They also sell out fast.

Customer Feedback

“If you have a sweet tooth and are looking for a halal-certified bakery in Singapore, Fluff is the place for you. We love their range of cupcakes. My favorite is the Horlicks one. They change the menu regularly, so there is always something new.”

Jean
2. Breadwerks
Phone: +65 6732 5115
Website: https://www.breadwerks.sg/
Email: enquiry@breadwerks.sq
Location: 81 Joo Chiat Rd, #01-02, Singapore 427725 Joo Chiat (Main)
Blk 291 Yishun Street 22, #01-343, Singapore 760291 Yishun (Branch)
Our Tampines Hub, #B1-K30, 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523 Tampines (Branch)
Opening Hours: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm Joo Chiat (Main)
11:00 am – 9:00 pm Yishun (Branch)
8:00 am – 7:30 pm Tampines (Branch)

Breadwerks is a traditional bakery offering delivery of halal pastries and cakes all over Singapore. Traditional pastries such as kaya cakes bring in the crowds even today. The original River Valley Road store opened in 2015, and now the brand has branches all over the city.

Chef’s Specials

  • 2D cream cakes
  • TapakKuda
  • Block cakes
  • SG Care packages
  • Marshmallow tarts

Other Things to Consider

  • Well-priced menu items.
  • Opens late but it is recommended you visit before 8pm as items tend to sell out fast.
  • The JooChiat main branch is their largest store.
  • Online delivery in Singapore is available.
  • They have very popular durian specials.

Customer Feedback

“We love the old style Hainan kaya cake from Breadwerks. Their durian-stuffed sponge cakes are also excellent and not easily available at other halal bakeries in the city.”

Susan
3. Mother Dough Bakery
Phone: +65 6909 6604
Whatsapp: +65 8725 7110
Website: https://www.motherdough.com.sg/
Email: info@motherdough.com.sg
Location: 3 JalanKledek, Singapore 199259
Opening Hours: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm (Wed – Sun)
Mon and Tues closed

Once a regular on the pop-up scene, Mother Dough Bakery slowly started gaining a reputation for world-class patisserie and viennoiserie. Now expanding into a larger dining space, the counters at Mother Dough are always busy. Go for their stuffed croissants and extra-large sandwiches.

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Chef’s Specials

  • Pastrami croissant
  • Strawberry danish
  • Malted milk cookie
  • Garlic pizza
  • Gulabjamun doughnut

Other Things to Consider

  • You can order gift cards online from the Mother Dough website.
  • Dine-in is available at the bakery but with certain rules. There is a time limit that begins from the time you buy an item. During the weekdays, each diner is allowed 1.5 hours, and 1 hour on weekends.
  • Laptops and other devices are not allowed at the cafe.
  • It is self-service except for toasted pastries and beverages, served at the table.
  • The bakery announces its specials for the upcoming week every Sunday by 11 am. You can follow them on Instagram or subscribe to their newsletter to know more.

Customer Feedback

“Mother Dough has been my favorite halal artisanal bakery for years now. I definitely recommend their sourdough bread and the stuffed doughnuts. They sell out super quick, so get there before 1pm at the least to avoid disappointment.”

Yeo
4. All Things Delicious
Phone: +65 6291 4252
+65 6980 3277 (for corporate orders)
Website: https://allthingsdelicious.sg/
Location: 34, Arab Street, 01 – 01, Singapore 199733
Opening Hours: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm (closed on the last Monday of the month)

Opened in 2013 by photographer turned chef Dewi Imelda Wadhwa, All Things Delicious is now one of Singapore’s comfort food institutions. Known for its use of sustainable ingredients and seasonal produce, ADT has a fan following that includes celebrities such as Ronaldo as well as the Singapore President. They also have a studio kitchen for classes and cooking demos.

Chef’s Specials

  • Gula Melaka scones
  • Christmas meal sets
  • Orange infused sugee cake
  • Saffron treslechesrasmalai cake
  • NZ lamb rice bowl

Other Things to Consider

  • All Things Delicious has a loyalty club called Club Delicious, where you can redeem points for tasty treats.
  • They recently announced their Christmas Menu, filled with everything from roast chicken and stuffing to mini desserts for easy entertainment.
  • All Things Delicious also undertakes catering orders and provides menus for small house parties to large corporate events.
  • You can order halal-certified treats from their online pantry such as English teas and house-blended granola
  • Apart from their lunch and dinner menus available in-store, they also have an all-day breakfast menu on offer till 5pm every day

Customer Feedback

“We love the friendly faces at ATD. Plus, their breakfast pancakes and cake slices are so good! A lovely place for afternoon tea or Sunday brunch in Arab Street.”

Rachel
5. Konditori Artisan Bakes
Phone: +65 6209 8580
Whatsapp: +65 9144 8365 (only for order follow-up and pick up time)
Website: https://www.konditori.sg/order-online
Email: info@konditori.sg
Location: 33 Bussorah St, Singapore 199451
Opening Hours: 10:30 am – 9:00 pm (or until sold out)

The Kampong Glam area of Singapore is becoming uber-trendy and bakeries such as Konditori are only adding to the appeal. Their range of freshly baked, handmade goods bring in the crowds daily, and they usually sell out way before closing time.

 Known for their croissants, Konditori is gaining popularity for their innovative bread and savoury items as well.

Chef’s Specials

  • Red velvet croissant
  • Satay croissant
  • Basil pesto sourdough
  • Turkey bagel
  • Premium picnic boxes made to order

Other Things to Consider

  • The bakery has a strict policy of minimum two days notice for any order. However, pre-ordering items are recommended three days prior to pick up or delivery.
  • You can add a greeting card to your order for an added fee.
  • They specialise in picnic baskets and gift hampers. 
  • Once your order is ready, you will be notified via sms. Self pick-up time is 2:30 pm to 6 pm daily.
  • No seating is available in the bakery.
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Customer Feedback

“This is a small halal bakery serving artisanal, fresh baked goods. I went for the butter croissant but I ended up relishing their black forest croissant too. There’s only limited outdoor seating so best to do a takeaway.”

Mark
6. Lynn’s Cakes
Phone: +65 6314 2886
Website: https://lynnscakes.oddle.me/en_SG/
Email: hello@lynnscakes.com.sg
Location: 11 Eng Kong Terrace, Eng Kong Park, Bukit Timah, Singapore 598983
Opening Hours: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm (Wed – Sun)
Mon and Tues Closed

Halal-certified and Muslim-owned, Lynn’s Cakes have been a part of Singapore weddings for years. They specialise in multi-tiered and custom cakes that are truly breathtaking. You can also get cake slices, hot meals, and coffee from their little cafe.

Chef’s Specials

  • Rainbow cake
  • Lychee and rose cake
  • Wedding cakes
  • Triple chocolate speculoos cake
  • Hari Raya cookies

Other Things to Consider

  • Maybe a little out of the way but worth the trip for the delicious cakes and food.
  • Lynn’s Cakes recently opened its hot kitchen and serves a fresh, savoury menu every day.
  • Cakes can be ordered online via their website. Minimum three days advance required for all orders.
  • Wedding cake consultations can be booked via email or by calling.
  • Lynn’s Cakes specialises in customised cakes. Options can be discussed via email.

Customer Feedback

“Our show stopping wedding cake was from Lynn’s Cakes. From the first consultation to the final product, we were very pleased. Super professional and delicious cakes also.”

Ahmad
7. Woodlands Sourdough
Phone: +65 9816 6251
Website: https://www.instagram.com/woodlandssd/
Location: 183 Upper Thomson Road, TheLonghaus, #01-03 Singapore 574429
31 Club Street Emerald Garden #01-02 (S069468
Opening Hours: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm (Thur – Sun), Mon to Wed closed
8:30 am – 2:00 pm (Thur – Sun), Mon to Wed closed

When the owners of Woodlands Sourdough, Nur and Chalith, shut shop in 2016, their legion of fans were very upset. The good news is that after a few years of travelling and working in bakeries all over the world, Woodlands has re-opened in a new location.

The impact of their travels can be seen in the exciting new menu full of Swedish-inspired buns, dark German rye toasts, and chewy American brownies.

Chef’s Specials

  • Cinnamon bun with cream cheese
  • Not cross bun (vegan)
  • Sourdough pizza
  • Fruit financiers
  • Cold brew tea

Other Things to Consider

  • There is no fixed menu available. 
  • You can follow them on Telegram for regular menu updates – https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F.
  • They do not use commercial yeast in their breads but rather a natural fermentation process, thus making the bread easier to digest.
  • Slightly on the pricier side but worth it since everything is handmade and in small batches.
  • Good breakfast place if you are visiting the Botanical Gardens

Customer Feedback

“I’m a loyal Woodlands customer, and I can’t stop ordering their sourdough loaves. Also, unlike other mass-produced bread, these don’t affect me adversely thanks to their natural ingredients.”

Clare
8. Fitri Creations
Phone: +65 9839 3983
Website: https://fitricreations.com/
Email: hello@fitricreations.com
Location: 11 TanjongKatong Road, #B1-34/35 Kinex, Singapore 437157 Bakery outlet (KINEX MALL)
361 Sembawang Crescent, #01-02 Sun Natura, Singapore 750361 Bakery outlet (SEMBAWANG)
103 Yishun Ring Road, #01-101 Chong Pang City, Singapore 760103 Bakery outlet (YISHUN)
Opening Hours: 2:30 pm – 10:30 pm Bakery outlet (KINEX MALL)
9:30 am – 11:30 pm Bakery outlet (SEMBAWANG)
10:30 am – 8:30 pm Bakery outlet (YISHUN)

Offering freshly baked treats for delivery across the city, Fitri Creations is a household name in Singapore.

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Chef Siti Lim opened Fitri Creations in 2014. The small bakery in the heartlands of Singapore is now a multi-outlet brand. Fitri Creations provides locals with rare halal treats such as macarons and lava cakes.

Chef Siti also employs and trains women from the community and empowers them to earn their own income. When you buy from Fitri creations, you are also supporting the community.

Chef’s Specials

  • OndehOndeh birthday cake
  • Kinder Bueno cake
  • Milo cupcake
  • Artisanal bomboloni doughnuts
  • Oreo fudge

Other Things to Consider

  • Gift boxes are available with a range of different tarts and brownies.
  • They specialise in halal macarons at affordable prices.
  • They also do savoury items such as takoyaki octopus as part of a specials menu.
  • This Muslim-owned bakery believes in giving back to the community. During the pandemic, it set up a charity corner with free food and snacks.
  • Fitri Creations in Yishun is the first halal–certified bakery with their own RFID Freezer Vending Machine. This ensures that you get your sweet treats even after closing time.

Customer Feedback

“When you think of macarons, you always consider them an expensive treat. However, Fitri Creations not only makes yummy macarons, but they are affordable as well.”

Mira
9. Bvked.Co
Phone: +65 9177 4096
Website: http://bvked.co/
Location: 114 Lavender Street CT Hub 2, #01-37 Singapore 338729
Opening Hours: 11:30 am – 4:30 pm or until sold out (Mon – Fri)
11:30 am – 3:30 pm or until sold out (Sat)
Sunday closed

This Muslim-owned bakery offers online delivery of halal bakery products all over the island. Located in a commercial street in Lavender, Bvked.Cois known for its cookies and cookie boxes. Treat yourself to the perfect, gooey cookies available in all sorts of novel flavours.

Chef’s Specials

  • Artisanal cookies for Hari Raya and Chinese New Year
  • Makmur cookies
  • Strawberry pistachio cookies
  • Double pecan cookies
  • Raspberry dark chocolate slice

Other Things to Consider

  • Free delivery of purchases about $150 but delivery available on Saturdays only.
  • Gift cards of various denominations available for easy gifting options.
  • Value for money pricing.
  • Hampers and gift boxes can be customised.
  • They also offer premium bottled cookies for an unusual gift

Customer Feedback

“Bvked.Co uses high quality ingredients for their cookies, and it shows. You can feel it in every bite. I also recommend their burnt basque cheesecake, which is delicious and halal friendly.”

Robin
10. The French American Bakery
Phone: +65 8834 0314
Whatsapp: +65 8834 0314
Website: https://thefrenchamericanbakery.cococart.co/
Email: sales@tfab.sg (for bulk orders)
Location: 49, Haji Lane, Singapore 189242
Opening Hours: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm or until sold out (Tues – Sun)

The colourful shops in Haji Lane now include one of the best bakeries in Singapore. This halal-friendly business is run by Head baker SitiAishah and her husband.

Opened in August 2021, the French American Bakery has already developed a large fan following. People queue up for American favourites such as cookies and brownies or French classics such as cremebrulee and pain au chocolat.

Chef’s Specials

  • Giant cinnamon rolls with sugar frosting
  • Blueberry cream cheese danish
  • Ishpahanmacaron
  • Croissant pudding with vanilla bean sauce
  • New York style cookies

Other Things to Consider

  • It is a tiny space that allows entry to a maximum of three customers at a time.
  • There are always queues but they move fast so go prepared.
  • Their cremebrulee is torched in front of you and is highly recommended.
  • The menu changes regularly and you can follow them on Instagram for daily updates.
  • Delivery is available at an extra charge depending on the location. The bakery does not deliver to Tuas and Jurong Island.

Customer Feedback

“I queued in the rain to get my hands on the creme brulee at The French American Bakery. It was worth it. So silken and smooth with a crackly top. Unfortunately, there’s no seating, but we made do.”

Jenny

FAQs

What is meant by halal cakes or bread?

Bakeries and pastry shops require a halal certification as well. This is because many cakes use ingredients that the Qur’an considers forbidden for consumption. For example – commercial gelatine is not considered halal. Alcohol in cakes is also regarded as ‘haram.’ Thus a halal-certified bakery implies that all ingredients used are up to standard and fit within the guidelines prescribed.

How can I be sure that the bakery I am buying from is halal-certified?

It is compulsory for any halal bakery that opens up in Singapore to undergo a rigorous certification process. The space, menu, and ingredients are tested by the MUIS to ensure that they adhere to the strict standards demanded by the Qur’an. When the bakery or cafe clears these tests, they receive the official halal certification.

Another factor that determines whether an outlet is halal or not is hygiene. If an eatery does not meet the hygiene standards demanded by the Singapore authorities, they will not receive its halal-certified licence.

What are the best halal bakery items to try out?

The best halal pastries and bakery items include traditional cakes such as OndehOndeh, kueh, cornflake cookies, TapakKuda, and pineapple tarts. These are usually eaten around festivals such as Hari Raya and Chinese New Year.

Conclusion

Halal bakeries are not meant only for religious or orthodox Muslims. A halal-certified bakery implies the use of the highest quality and freshness of ingredients. You can be assured that when you order from a halal bakery in Singapore, you will get only the best bakery items on offer.