Best Gula Melaka Desserts in Singapore

Best Gula Melaka Desserts in Singapore

Gula melaka is one of the most famous Asian ingredients used in making desserts. Our guest blogger, Jocelyn presents her top recommendations in the 'Best Gula Melaka Desserts in Singapore' map on Anymap. If you are an Android or iPhone user, download the Anymap app, bookmark this map and browse through your places of interest. You can like the pins, comment and also share it with your friends.

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1. Ondeh Churros
Ondeh Churros gula melaka desserts
Our homegrown Churros Factory has expanded to more locations beyond their original set up at Katong I12, and they will offer seasonal items at different branches from time to time. I can never resist the Ondeh Churros ($5 for 3 pieces), a localized flavour from the usual chocolate or salted caramel dip. If you are unaware, Ondeh Ondeh is a traditional Malay kueh made from glutinous rice flour and infused with pandan juice. Similarly for the Ondeh Churros, I was smitten by the aromatic pandan-flavoured churros, doused with devilishly gula melaka sauce and freshly grated coconut.
Website: http://www.churrosfactorysg.com
Timing: Sun-Thu: 11.30am - 9.30pm ; Fri-Sat: 11.30am - 10pm




2. Éclair Ondeh Ondeh
Eclair ondeh ondeh gula melaka desserts
Another modernized version of Ondeh Ondeh has to be the Éclair Ondeh Ondeh ($6.80), where every bite oozes the scrumptious Gula Melaka fillings. Mirroring the traditional Ondeh Ondeh, the éclair was glazed with desiccated coconut and infused with pandan fragrance.
Website: http://two-bakers.com
Timing: Sun-Mon: 9am - 7pm ; Wed-Thu: 11.30am - 9pm ; Fri-Sat: 10am - 10pm




3. Pandan Gula Melaka Soft Serve
Pandan soft serve gula melaka desserts
The Pandan Gula Melaka Soft Serve ($5.50) was layered with rice krispies, attap chee, gula melaka syrup and coconut chips. The staff will drizzle the gula melaka sauce over the soft serve before adding the separate syringe of gula melaka syrup, so cheers to the generous amount of sauce! The soft serve was saturated with pandan essence, and the various toppings provided the crunch!
Website: https://www.facebook.com/honeycremesg
Timing: Mon-Sun: 11am - 10pm




4. Ondeh Ondeh Waffles
Ondeh ondeh waffles gula melaka desserts
This halal-certified café serves Ondeh Ondeh Waffle ($12) with vanilla ice cream and bathed in gula melaka sauce. The waffle was so fluffy in the middle and infused with rich pandan flavour that it will make you feel like you are eating a pandan cake! The overall flavour was elevated with gula melaka sauce and coconut flakes, seemingly similar to the usual maple sauce but with a more unctuous aftertaste.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/butterscotch.cafe
Timing: Tue-Sun: 10am - 10pm




5. Gula Melaka Ice cream
Gula Melaka ice cream gula melaka desserts
Launched by the owners behind Hatter Street at Kovan, the carnival theme café serves an assortment of ice cream and their signature waffles. The waffle with a scoop of Gula Melaka ice cream ($9) was dense on the interior with a slight crisp on the exterior. Gula Melaka ice cream was intense and flavourful, yet it was not overly sweet!
Website: https://www.facebook.com/OhMyTianSG
Timing: Mon-Sun: 12pm - 10pm




6. Gula Melaka Chiffon cake
Gula Melaka chiffon cake gula melaka desserts
Imbued with a light yet smoky flavour, the homemade Gula Melaka Chiffon Cake ($5) was baked to perfection with a fluffy interior. Different from the usual pandan chiffon cake, they used extra virgin coconut oil and the texture was really airy and velvety.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Chengs-at-No-27-1693655154193499
Timing: Mon-Sun: 10.30am - 3pm


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