Looking for cakes delivery to celebrate Father’s Day on the 20th of June? Don’t let being indoors dampen your cravings for luscious cakes and desserts.

With all the challenges out there, a slice of cake (or a whole one) is enough to bring comfort to your home, your family and yourself.

Simply order online from any of these top cake and pastries brands in Singapore and get sweet treats delivered islandwide via Oddle Eats.

Enjoy the convenience of cakes delivered to your doorstep when your craving kicks in.

Whether you’re celebrating an occasion or not, cakes are perfect carriers of joy and sweetness satisfaction. Here are some of the 10 best cake shops in Singapore with islandwide delivery:

The Deli at Goodwood Park Hotel
22 Scotts Road, Singapore, 228221
Tel: +65 6730 1786
Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm (Mon – Sun)
Islandwide Delivery: https://thedeligoodwoodparkhotel.oddle.me

Get Afternoon Tea delivered to you? The Deli at Goodwood Park Hotel may be popular for its range of Durian Fiesta pastries, but their cakes, sweet pasties and savoury bites are just as worth it of patronage.

Available for takeaway and delivery, the selection of treats is perfect for any kind of celebration at home.

From the culinary team that created the successful English Afternoon Tea at L’Espresso comes a new assortment of sweets and savouries. They come elegantly packaged in a Takeaway Set, making it a prefer gift for someone special or for yourself. Make sure to order 3 days in advance.

You can choose from 3 options ($70 per set): Sweet Sensations 3-Tier Set, Savoury Satisfaction 3-Tier Set, and Sweet & Savoury Pleasures 3-Tier Set.

Need to make someone smile? Order the Sweet Sensation Set, featuring a couple of Orange Chiboust Cake, Chocolate Pandan Tart, Ondeh Ondeh Cake, Pomelo Mango Pudding, Chendol Panna Cotta, Exotic Berries Tart, Blueberry Financier, Raisin Scones with Strawberry Jam, Devonshire Clotted Cream and Butter.

Here’s another signature at Goodwood Park Hotel since 1983 – the D24 Mousse Cake (from $85 for whole cake, $16 for slice). Taste this legendary cake made famous for being the first durian cake creation in Singapore with smooth and pulpy D24 durian mousse.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $14
Minimum Order: $50
Promotion: 15% off for HSBC Credit Cardmembers for orders placed till 13 June 2021
15% off for DBS/POSB Credit & Debit Cardmembers for orders placed till 1 Aug 2021
15% off for UOB Credit & Debit Cardmembers for orders placed till 1 Aug 2021

474 River Valley Road, Singapore 248359 (opposite Valley Point)
Tel: +65 6221 6223
Opening Hours: 11am – 6pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon
Islandwide Delivery: https://pantler.oddle.me

Helmed by Head Chef Tomoharu Morita and team, Pantler is a patisserie located opposite the Valley Point Shopping Center.

The brand is anchored on simplicity and craftsmanship, and this shows in their products like whole cakes, pastries, breads, cookies, chocolates, jams, and more.

At Pantler, each item is freshly made on-site. Imagine flaky viennoiseries hot off the oven and baked items made daily. They use high quality ingredients to ensure excellence in their products.

Recommended to try is one of Pantler’s best-selling signature cakes, Yatsura (from $34 for whole cake, $9.50 for slice). It was adapted from Grand Hyatt Tokyo where Chef Morita worked for almost a decade. Made with two layers, Yatsura has hazelnut dacquoise at the bottom, and a dark chocolate ganache on top. A hazelnut feuilletine adds crunch to the cake.

Want a cake roll? Order Roll Cake ($22) boasting a super light sponge embracing a layer of fresh Chantilly made with Japanese flour and D’isgny cream from France. The result is an airy cake with a delightful mouthfeel. This roll cake is an original recipe of Chef Morita.

While Pantler’s version of Black Forest (from $34 for whole cake, $9.50 for slice) is not quite like the traditional, I found it one of the best versions you can find in Singapore. Fade with French Morello cherries infused with Kirsch, alternating layers of sponge and chocolate cream are peppered with bits of cherries to create this heavenly cake. As a finishing touch, it is topped with a Kirsch-infused cream and more cherries.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $15
Minimum Order: $20

Bakers Origin, 463 Crawford Lane, #02-21, Singapore 190463
Tel: +65 9855 9480
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm (Mon – Fri), 10am – 5pm (Sat – Sun)
Islandwide Delivery: https://elijahpies.oddle.me

Elijah Pies is home to carefully crafted pies made with simple, honest ingredients.

The brand story was simply born out of Elijah’s desire to satisfy his girlfriend’s sweet tooth. After several experiments, he developed his first pie for her – Nutella Pie. After curating more flavours for his pies, he eventually launched Elijah Pies.

Elijah’s philosophy on dessert is that it brings people together, and best enjoyed together over celebrations. Whether it’s a birthday party, wedding, or Christmas, desserts are guaranteed to draw people.

Choose from 8 kinds of pies from the bestselling Nutella Pie to fruit-centric Wild Berry Lavender Pie and Raspberry Ripple Pie; from tea-inspired pies like Matcha Latte Pie and Earl Grey Rose Pie to local flavours like Pandan Coconut Pie; from the aromatic Black Truffle Mash Pie to the floral Honey Chrysanthemum Pie.

Ideal for lovers of the famous choco-hazelnut spread Nutella, Nutella Pie (from $45) is an all-time favourite among regular customers. This 9-inch pie combines the bittersweet taste of luscious dark chocolate and roasted hazelnuts all in one smooth paste. Enjoy this pie chilled for maximum goodness. Serves 8-16 people.

With a swirly marbled look that feasts the eyes, the Wild Berry Lavender Pie (from $52) is filled with fresh yogurt mixed with real berries. Taste how the sweet-tart flavour is enhanced with subtle hints of lavender as each bite is bursting with fresh wild berries. Also serves 8-16 people, and best served chilled.

Their newest creation is the Honey Chrysanthemum Pie (from $52) which can add a ray of sunshine to your day. This yellow-and-white coloured pie is infused with fragrant blooms of yellow chrysanthemum and sweetened with honey.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $7
Minimum Order: Nil

Chef Yamashita
1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, #02-44, Singapore, 082001
Tel: +65 6604 9709
Opening Hours: 11am – 5pm (Tues – Sat), 10am – 4pm (Sun, PH), Closed Mon
Islandwide Delivery: https://chefyamashita.oddle.me

The man behind the brand is Chef Yamashita Masataka, a Japanese pastry chef schooled in the highly esteemed Tsuji Culinary Institute in Osaka, Japan.

As a chef, his passion lies in creating beautiful cakes, sweets and pastries for family and friends. Chef Yamashita cakes are known for being well-balanced in texture; they’re light and decadent and not cloying at all.

For him, simple yet well-made cakes have the power to delight and deliver sheer joy.

Order his Ichigo Soufflé (from $45 for whole cake, $7.20 for slice), made using Chef Yamashita’s signature CY soufflé, a light Japanese cheese cake brimming with fresh strawberries on top. This lightly-flavoured cake has hints of cream cheese as you gently bite into its pillow soft crumb, with sweet-tart berries accentuating the taste.

A popular cake to try is Mt Fuji Deco (from $43 for whole cake; $7.30 for slice) made with layers of chocolate-flavoured sponge. In between the layers are cream, and the top is slathered with tan-hued chestnut cream. As Chef Yamashita’s most popular decoration cake, it is adorned with assorted fruits like raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries.

Other whole cakes in the selection include Lychee Strawberry (new), Mango Short Cake, Mille Feuille, Mont Blanc, Choco Renga, Uji, and many more.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $10
Minimum Order: $25

Henri Charpentier
1 Harbourfront Walk, #02-K4 VivoCity, Singapore, 09858
Tel: +65 6221 0093
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
Islandwide Delivery: https://henricharpentier.oddle.me

For French pastries and desserts with a Japanese flair. Henri Charpentier is ready to deliver its finest treats through their $20 island-wide delivery available with no minimum purchase. And if your order is more than $200, you get free delivery.

Don’t forget to use promo code “FIRSTFEAST” on your first order to get 10% your bill.

Founded in 1960 by Naoki Arita in Hyogo Prefecture, Henri Charpentier has emerged as the best French patisserie brand in Japan. They even use original cultured butter painstakingly developed from raw milk from the Konsen area of Hokkaido.

Henri Charpentier’s signature cake The Shortcake (from $44.90 for whole, $10.20 for slice) is a must-order item. This all-time fave is made of soft sponge layers filled in between with fresh cream and strawberries. You can taste the rich & creamy milk flavour and its light texture slides on your tongue. Whipped cream and whole strawberries are beautifully decked on top as a flame-inspired finish.

For cheese lovers, double your joy with an order of Double Cheesecake (from $30.80 for whole, $8.50 for slice). Crushed Sable covers this two-layered cheesecake made using raw milk from Hokkaido’s Konsen region. The top layer is a no-bake cheesecake with mascarpone cheese and fresh cream, while the bottom later is baked with cream cheese. Overall, a soft and fluffy cake ready for indulging.

Fresh baked daily at the outlets, Financier ($25 for 10 pcs) has become customers’ fave since it was launched 40 years ago. These small almonds cakes are made using well-blended fragrant almond varieties, Marcona and Fritz, and cultured butter from Hokkaido. The pleasant aroma of almonds combine with the wonderfully tangy flavour notes of culture butter.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $5
Minimum Order: Nil
Promotion: Promo code “FIRSTFEAST” to enjoy 10% off first order

Baker & Cook
77 Hillcrest Road, Singapore 288951
Tel: +65 6469 8834
Opening Hours: 7:45am – 8:45pm (Mon – Sun)
Islandwide Delivery: https://bakerandcook.oddle.me

Recognised as Singapore’s only true artisan bakery and food store, Baker & Cook is all about handcrafted baked products using honest ingredients and traditional processes.

It has been operating for almost a decade, serving patrons with whole cakes, sliced cakes, breads, sweet pastries and tarts.

Eyeing a cake suited for the family? They have 6 kinds and all of them are 6-inches and can serve 6. The line-up includes Blueberry Cheesecake ($36), Lemon Passionfruit Cheesecake ($36), Chocolate Indulgent Cake ($36), Carrot Cake ($36), and Gluten-free Orange Almond Cake ($36).

Their Carrot Cake ($36) is flaunted as Singapore’s best thanks to its blend of secret spices. A consistent fave among regular customers, this cake has a delicate texture and topped with a thick layer of swirled cream cheese. The cream-coloured canvass is brightened up with apricot chunks, pumpkin seeds, and black sesame seeds in a circular fashion.

Go flourless with the stylish Gluten-Free Orange and Lavender Tea Cake ($39). Hints of floral notes from the lavender balance the tart sweetness of orange marmalade topping. On top are delicate dollops of cream cheese piped as décor and to add a creamy, mildly sweet and salty flavour. After all, gluten-free need not be flavour-free.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $10
Minimum Order: $40
Promotion: Free delivery (worth $10) in partnership with Anchor Food Professionals (min $40 spent). For categories of “Sliced Cakes, WHole Cakes, or Sweet Pastries & Tarts” with promo code FOCDELIVERY.

Old Seng Choong
171 Kampong Ampat KA Foodlink, #05-04, Singapore 368330
Tel: +65 6282 0220
Opening Hours: 10am – 4pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun
Delivery: 11am – 5pm (Mon – Sun)
Islandwide Delivery: https://oldsengchoong.oddle.me

Savour Singapore heritage and traditional pastries at Old Seng Choong, a concept created by popular local pastry chef Daniel Tay.

As an homage to his father, also a baker/confectioner, he named it after Seng Choong Confectionery, the well-loved pastry shop operated by his parents from 1965-1996.

Old Seng Choon is all about traditional festive treats that mark special occasions, whether big and small. They offer a range of chiffon cakes, Swiss rolls, breads, cookies, savouries, and many more.

Taste sweet nostalgia and local flavours as you order Pandan Chiffon Cake ($20.80, Frozen), a whole cake oozing with pillow softness. Created as a collaboration between Daniel Tay and Suzanne Ng, this two-toned cake dons a wonderful golden brown exterior while inside is a bright pandan green soft crumb. The infusion of pandan leaves add an alluring aroma, while its texture is delicate and moist.

The hefty 800g Yuzu Swiss Roll ($33.80, Frozen) is perfectly made for sharing. Its cotton-soft sponge cake is made with quality Japanese flour, combined with Yuzu zest and puree from Japan.

You can smell a sparkling citrus aroma infusing the entire roll. Inside, the sponge is rolled around a smooth layer of cream making the cake rich, moist and satisfying.

Explore other creative flavours incorporated in the Swiss Rolls, like Hokkaido Vanilla ($26.80), Lychee Martini ($33.80), Black Sugar Boba Swiss Roll ($33.80), Jewel Swiss Roll ($28.80), and Premium Chocolate Swiss Roll ($29.80).

Lowest Delivery Fee: $5
Minimum Order: $50

Cafe Ma Maison
333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #02-33/34, Singapore 238897
Tel: +65 6235 6411
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
Islandwide Delivery: https://cafemamaison.oddle.me

From Nagoya, Japan comes Cafe Ma Maison, a brand specialising in Japanese-French fusion classic creations. To make sure their goodies reflect the right Japanese flair, its team of patissier received special training in Japan under Chef Hosaka-San.

Their menu gives you lots of choices for food, small bites, cakes and tarts available whole and in slices.

Go sweet and fruity with the must-try Strawberry Tart ($11.18 for slice, $45.31 for whole tart).

Homemade with a freshly baked crust, the tart showcases a bountiful harvest of juicy strawberries carefully laid over pillows of custard cream. Perfect if you love the sweet succulence of strawberries. A Ma Maison signature you shouldn’t miss.

And why not taste Ma Maison’s first cake flavour added to the dessert line up, Classic Strawberry Shortcake ($9.18 for slice, $56.50 for whole cake). Layers of light and airy yet moist sponge cakes are filled with whipped cream and chunks of juicy strawberries. Topped with whole strawberries to complete the look.

Not a fan of strawberries? Feel free to explore other fruity flavours like Blueberry Tart, Lemon Cream Tart, Grape Tart, and Mixed Fruit Tart. Or go nutty with a Mont Blanc Tart topped with sweetened chestnut puree.

For a smaller dose of sweetness, check out their Small Bites. Try their selection of choux cream or cream puffs (filled with plain or chocolate custard) and crunchy pastry eclairs.

Pre-order at least 3 days in advance if you are ordering whole cakes and tarts.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $15
Minimum Order: Nil
Promotion: Complimentary homemade cookie

36 Greenwood Ave, Singapore 289239
Tel: +65 8129 1048
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Tues – Fri), 10am – 5pm (Sat), Last pick-up 30 min before closing (Closed Sun, Mon)
Islandwide Delivery: https://lanacakes.oddle.me

Talk about one of the best classic Chocolate Cakes in Singapore, and Lana Cakes which has been around since the 1960s will certainly come to mine.

“Baked in small batches, and frosted by hand”, all cakes sold at Lana Cakes continue to be made in-house on the premises at Greenwood Avenue.

Now you do not need to travel to Bukit Timah to pick up the bakes as the signature Chocolate Cake (from $55 for 1.2kg) can be delivered to you via Oddle Eats (the only platform that Lana Cakes uses for delivery service).

The classic soft, moist and feather-light chiffon cake is covered with signature chocolate fudge, and you would realise there is a lot more fudge in the cake now (requested by many
customers over the years).

Old school (which brings back good memories) and still fudgy delicious.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $20
Minimum Order: $36

Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595
Tel: +65 6826 8240
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)
Islandwide Delivery: https://panpacificsingapore.oddle.me

The handcrafted cakes, tarts and pastries at Pan Pacific Marketplace are designed by Pastry Chef Eddy Yau and team.

The Matcha Yuzu Lychee Entremet ($66.34 for 1kg) will delight those who prefer light textured and less sweet cakes.

It has a light Japanese slant, incorporating quality Uji matcha powder in the mousse, with the earthy roasted taste balanced with tangy and fruity flavours of the yuzu crème and base of lychee curd.

Another well-loved favourite is the Strawberry Pistachio Shortcake ($66.34 for 1kg). The classic strawberry shortcake is given a spin with fluffy pistachio sponge, complemented by smooth whipped cream and a ring of fresh strawberries.

With a keen interest in chocolate, Chef Eddy had designed the Araguani Hazelnut Royaltine Entremet (from $37.45), a bittersweet indulgence for the chocolate lovers.

The intense and smooth cake comprises of a blend of hazelnut praline paste and chocolate made with 72% Valrhona Araguani Chocolate, 40% milk chocolate and flourless sponge. This is complete with a crunchy Feuilletine base to provide crunch.

One day advance pre-order is required for the cakes.

Lowest Delivery Fee: $5.35
Minimum Order: $50

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