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Singapore’s late-night dessert 2021: Vietnamese dessert, K-drama inspired café, and many more!🍨

Can’t sleep at night? Have a dessert! 

The Merlion Post has listed out a few midnight dessert spots in Singapore just for you! 

You know what I deserve? Dessert 😉

Tian Wang Dessert

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Yes, this is the Mahjong-themed cafe that has taken the internet by storm. 

At Tian Wang Dessert, you could find a variety of traditional Chinese desserts, like Orh Nee, Bubur Cha Cha and many more! 

Not only that, they also have D24 and Mao Shan Wang durian mousse! Don’t worry, it’s not another pure durian flavouring dessert. You would be able to find a good amount of durian flesh in the mousse! 😋

📍145 Jln Besar, S208863

🕛Daily: 2 pm – 3 am 

🔎https://www.instagram.com/tianwang.sg/

Cong Ngot Vietnamese Dessert

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Cong Ngot Vietnamese Dessert is the first Vietnamese Dessert shop in Singapore. 

They sell authentic Vietnamese Dessert that would help relieve the unbearable heat in Singapore. 😅

If cold desserts aren’t your cup of tea, they have hot desserts available too. 

Some ingredients were specially imported from Vietnam, so it’s definitely worth the try! 

📍520 North Bridge Rd, #01-01 Wisma Alsagoff, Bugis, S188742

🕛Sunday – Thursday: 2 pm – 11.30 pm 

     Friday – Saturday: 2 pm – 1 am 

🔎https://www.facebook.com/congngotsg/

Sweet Hut Dessert

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Look over, K-drama fans! 😆

Sweet Hut Dessert is a dessert shop whose design is inspired by popular cafes and Korean dramas.

However, rather than korean desserts, you would find Herbal Gui Ling Gao, Mango sago and many more traditional chinese desserts that are well-loved by Singaporeans at their cafe. 

They also have savory snacks like fried otah and Fresh Shrimp Spring Roll which are best to have for supper. 

Check out their website for the menu! 

📍654 Geylang Rd, Lor 40 Geylang, S389584

🕛Daily: 3 pm – 4 am 

🔎https://sweethut.sg/

Burnt cones

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Westies! Here’s something for you! 

Just 5 bus stops away from the Clementi MRT, Burnt cones serve a delicious gelato that goes well with their homemade waffle. 🧇

There are 12 flavours to choose from, like the common Earl Grey and even Tiramisu. 

Hurry down for your daily fix of ice-cream waffle! 

📍105 Clementi Street 12, #01-02, S120105

🕛Daily: 9 am – 12 am 

🔎burntcones.com

Hay Gelato

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If Burnt cones is for the westies, Hay Gelato that’s located at Bedok is for the easties. 

Similarly, there are 12 flavours to choose from. But Hay Gelato has more special flavours available, like truffle and smoked hay

Not only do they serve waffle ice-cream, they have other special desserts like Laksa Leaf Cream with coconut gelato and kaffir lime meringue available at their shop. 

Sounds interesting, right? 😁

📍136 Bedok North Ave 3, #01-148, S460136

🕛Daily: 1 pm – 2 am (Closed on Mondays) 

🔎https://www.facebook.com/haygelato/

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