Dessert for supper? Yes, please! Take delight in an array of tantalising sweet treats at these late-night dessert joints in Singapore that open past 10pm.

Supper in Singapore is no longer just about prata and dim sum. With more and more dessert stores in Singapore opening their doors till late, enjoying an indulgent sweet treat is now easily possible in the wee hours of the night. Here, we give you a round-up of the best late-night dessert spots, located in all corners of Singapore.

Alternatively, if savoury eats are more for you, check out our list of buffets that open till midnight.

North:

Udders

Save some room for dessert when you go on a supper hunt at Upper Thomson. Along the same stretch of eats is popular ice cream store, Udders. Enjoy a slew of delicious flavours including cookies & cream, earl grey, and strawberry. Or take delight in liquor-infused flavours such as Bailey’s & bourbon and rum rum raisin atop a warm toasty waffle. Opens from Sun-Thur: 12pm-1am, Fri-Sat: 12pm-2am. 246D Upper Thomson Road. Tel: 6452 0803

Dessert bowl

Serving up traditional hot and cold desserts, Dessert Bowl is famed for their sweet and creamy durian mousse ($5), which features fresh durian meat. Their extensive menu also includes mango mousse pomelo ($4.50) and Aiyu mango ($4.20). We like the fact that their fruity desserts isn’t cloyingly sweet and too heavy on the stomach. Opens from Tue-Thur: 1pm-1030pm, Fri-Sun: 1pm-1am, closed on Mon. 80A Serangoon Garden Way. Tel: 6285 1278

South:

2am Dessert Bar

Tucked away in the corner of Holland Village, 2am Dessert Bar offer exquisite, carefully crafted sweets that will blow your mind away. Teasing our palates is their classic chocolate tart ($15) topped with blood orange sorbet,and  drizzled with salted caramel. For a tinge of local flavour, order Shades of green ($15), which consists of a soft, moist pistachio sponge with a coco mousse alongside a pandan gula melaka custard. 2am Dessert Bar also does wine and dessert pairings. Opens from Tue-Fri: 3pm-2am, Sat-Sun: 2pm-2am, closed on Mon. 21A Lorong Liput, Holland Village. Tel: 6291 9727

East:

Milk & Honey Gelato

Milk & Honey Gelato is a hot spot among East siders, thanks to their range of artisanal gelato and sorbets. Crowd favourite is the bumble bee series which include a sweet, creamy Madagascan vanilla as well as cookies monster. The latter boast a crunchy oreo cookie alongside with some fizzy cold drinks. Opens from Sun-Thur: 12pm-12am, Fri-Sat: 12pm-1am. #01-179, Block 86, Bedok North Street 4. Tel: 9822 5043

Scoop Therapy

Scoop Therapy takes pride in churning out beautifully crafted ice cream flavours. From dairy, sorbets and even alcoholic versions such as their popular brandy cherry, butter beer and even good ole chocolatey whiskey hazelnut. Curb your sweet tooth cravings with their decadent torched s’mores that’s topped with dark chocolate ice cream.  A must-order is the Ice Cream Bomb, with its fluffy choux that’s stuffed with earl grey vanilla ice cream and  doused in hot fudge. Opens from Sun: 12-10pm, Tue-Thur: 2pm-10pm, Fri-Sat: 12pm-12am.closed on Mon. The Odeon Katong, 11 East Coast Road. Tel: 6247 9335

West:

Nunsongyee

Located a short distance away from Beauty World MRT station is Nunsongyee. This Korean bingsu café is not only cozy but has a relatively large seating capacity—great for family gatherings and hanging out with friends. Offering a wide variety of pat bingsu such as orea—everyone’s favourite, choco-banana, cheesecake and even Korean-inspired bingsu like Injeolmi (ranges from $12.90-18.90). 24 hours daily. 9 Yuk Tong Avenue. Tel: 9728 8563

Island creamery

Be spoilt by all the decadent ice cream choices that Island Creamery, from some of the most interesting flavours such as, kung pao cashew, ice kachang, coconut swirl to local-inspired signature flavours like, teh tarik that boosts a strong milky coffee taste, alongside with pulut hitam and even durian. Opens from Sun-Thur: 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm. #01-03 Serene Centre, 10 Jalan Serene. Tel: 6468 8859

Central:

O Comptoir

O Comptoir shows you the French way with their freshly made old-styled savoury and sweet crepes. Start off by choosing a base from either galette/crepe/eggs with two fillings from choices such as, ham, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, marinated salmon and sautéed vegetables. Simply add an extra $2 for additional toppings such as, comte cheese, prawns, scallops, mango, prosciutto and goat cheese. Pile on your ingredients for a hearty filling mean and to end your brunch with their sweet French desserts such as caramel rolls. Opens from Mon-Tue: 11am-12am, Wed-Fri: 11am-1am, Sat: 10am-1am, Sun: 10am-10pm. 79 Circular Road. Tel: 6534 7645

Dessert first

Indulge in Dessert First’s variety of snow ice, waffles and traditional hot and cold dessert. Great for sharing is the mango snow ice ($7.50)—generous chunks of sweet mangos atop of mango flavoured snow ice drizzled with sweet mango sauce. Fans of the King of Fruits will enjoy the signature durian waffle ($9.50)—toasty thick waffle generously topped with durian flesh. A winner among older patrons is their sesame paste with tang yuan ($4.50). Opens from Sun-Thur: 1pm-1am, Fri-Sat: 1pm-2am. 8 Liang Seah Street.