Best chocolate shops in Singapore

As a child, there was nothing I loved more than chocolate. Even now, as an adult, the mere scent of chocolate takes me back to those carefree days. And if life really is like a box of chocolates, I’d hope it’s from any one of these 10 chocolate shops in Singapore. This list compiles shops that not only offer artisanal chocolates, but also curated and customisable gift sets.

1. Mr Bucket Chocolaterie

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Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie offers bean-to-bar chocolate made with sustainably sourced cacao from Asia. Their open-concept kitchen churns out a variety of treats, from artisanal bonbons and bars to dragees and liqueur. Craft your own chocolate slab with toppings of your choosing and get a behind the scenes look of the whole process, or opt to build your own box with a variety of interesting flavours such as Strawberry Balsamic and sweet-savoury Double Soy Caramel. Alternatively, indulge in boozy options such as Negroni Classic and Milk Juniper, both infused with gin. Each box of six bonbons goes from $25 and each box of 12 from $42.

Read our Mr Bucket Chocolaterie review.

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Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Awfully Chocolate

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It’s no secret that Awfully Chocolate serves up some of the best chocolate cakes in Singapore. But that’s not the only thing they’re known for. With 10 locations across the island, they have solidified their position as a bakery, cafe, and chocolatier, offering an extensive array of chocolatey delights. Packaged in elegant tins, their handcrafted chocolate bars come in evergreen flavours such as Caramel Brittle & Sea Salt ($12.80) and Cookies & Cream ($12.80)—perfect as a gift or as a treat for yourself. For something more indulgent, go for their Dark Chocolate Truffles, which are priced at $22 for a box of 6 and $52 for a box of 18.

Check out our guide to the best Awfully Chocolate desserts!

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Awfully Chocolate is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Chocolate Origin

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Established over a decade ago, Chocolate Origin is one of the only halal-certified chocolate makers in Singapore. The star of the show is their decadent chocolate cake, available in two tempting varieties: the subtly sweet Original (price TBD) and bitter Dark (price TBD) . If you’re on the move, opt for their Cuppa Lava Cake ($5.50), which features a warm chocolate lava cake in a to-go cup, with cold vanilla ice cream at the base. Otherwise, indulge in their Chocolate Truffles, and choose from hazelnut, milk, or dark variations. Each box of 20 chocolate truffles starts from $17.80.

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Chocolate Origin is a halal-certified eatery.

4. Chocolate Anatomy

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From its humble beginnings to becoming a thriving chocolate enterprise, Chocolate Anatomy stands out as a must-visit chocolate shop in Singapore. Renowned for their customisable dessert boxes, truffles, brownies, and cakes, their journey began with the introduction of their Signature 64% Truffles, priced at just $7.50 for a box of 10. For a sweet surprise, grab their omakase-style boxes for a tailored experience. The Chocolate Omakase Box ($42) comprises a chocolate loaf cake, two pieces of brownies, three cookies, and a box of 10 chocolate truffles.

Chocolate Anatomy is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Fossa Chocolate

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Fossa Chocolate is a homegrown artisanal bean-to-bar chocolatier. The award-winning brand is celebrated for their handcrafted chocolates, which are made in small batches and are absolutely free of additives. Hand wrapped in eco-friendly, letter-pressed packaging, their exquisite chocolate bars are available in a variety of unique flavours including Lychee Rose Dark Milk ($12.96) and Matcha & Yuzu White ($12.96). For a local twist, try their Singapore Flavours Chocolate Gift Set ($45), with flavours such as Chrysanthemum, Nanyang Kopi, and Pineapple Tart.

Fossa Chocolate is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

6. Laderach Chocolatier Suisse

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With over 60 years of expertise, Laderach Chocolatier Suisse is a family-owned artisanal chocolatier renowned for their gourmet Swiss chocolates. Crafted by artisans using the finest ingredients sourced from all over the world, their creations are air-flown from Switzerland to Singapore, ensuring maximum freshness. They’re best known for their fresh chocolate, with best-selling flavours such as FrischSchoggi Hazelnut Dark ($19.90 for 100g) and FrischSchoggi Raspberry Blackberry White ($19.90 for 100g). If you simply can’t choose, go for their assorted FrischSchoggi Gift Pack, which are priced at $52.50 for 250g and $74.50 for 350g.

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Laderach Chocolatier Suisse is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Royce’

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Founded in 1983, Royce’ is dedicated to making world-class chocolates using only the highest quality ingredients. Their chocolates are made in Hokkaido, where the chilly climate and clean air provide an ideal environment for confectionery production. Royce’ is famously known for their Nama Chocolate, which is available in a box of 20. Booze lovers will be pleased to know that their best-selling flavours include the Nama Champagne ($17) and Nama Au Lait ($17): milk chocolate ganache made of fresh Hokkaido cream with a hint of Cherry Marnier liqueur, dusted with fine cocoa powder.

Read our guide to the best Royce’ chocolates.

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Royce’ is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. Chocoelf

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Chocoelf is a must-visit chocolate shop in Singapore for health-conscious folks. Established 17 years ago by a doctor and chocolatier duo, their chocolates contain little to no sugar, earning a nod of approval from the Health Promotion Board. And if you’re cracking your head for gift ideas, the brand offers Bespoke Boxes, allowing you to pick and mix locally inspired flavours such as Bandung Rose, Kaya Pandan, Ondeh Melaka and Earl Grey Tarik. Prices start from $20 for a box of six, and up to $80 for a box of 25.

Read our Chocoelf review.

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Chocoelf is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Lemuel Chocolate

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If you’re a self-professed chocoholic, then head over to Lemuel Chocolate, a bean-to-bar chocolatier in Singapore that started out as a small-batch workshop in 2017. They’re dedicated to globally and sustainably-sourced cocoa beans, offering beautifully packaged single-origin bars and bonbons for chocolate enthusiasts. Explore their Bonbon Boxes with unique flavours such as Popcorn Pecan, Milo Dino, and Yuan Yang, the latter comprising a bold coffee and black tea ganache. Prices go from $22 for a box of six, and up to $62 for a box of 18.

Address: 1 Vista Exchange Green, #01-04/05, The Star Vista, Singapore 138617
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Lemuel Chocolate is not a halal-certified eatery.


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Since 2014, Singapore-based chocolatier ANJALICHOCOLAT prides themselves on their handcrafted luxury chocolates made using Belgian couverture with no preservatives or artificial flavouring. Their signature Singapore Lah! Collection features artisanal bonbons and truffles inspired by local flavours such as Chinese 5 Spice, Gula Melaka, Lemongrass Coconut, and alcohol-infused Singapore Sling. And if you prefer less experimental flavours, you can opt for their Classic Collection, with offerings of Classic Dark Chocolate Truffles and Salted Caramel Bonbons. All collections priced at $36 for a box of nine and $62 for a box of 16.

Address: 163 Tanglin Road, #02-153, Tanglin Mall, Singapore 247933
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 7pm
ANJALICHOCOLAT is not a halal-certified eatery.

Where to find artisanal chocolate shops in Singapore

Whether you’re seeking to satisfy your own chocolate cravings or shopping for a fellow chocolate lover, these are some of the best chocolate shops in Singapore that are worth the extra calories!

For more chocolatey treats, check out our guide to the best chocolate cakes in Singapore. Otherwise, we have a list of the best dessert boxes in Singapore, for all your gifting needs.

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Feature image adapted from @awfullychocolatesg, @mrbucketchocolaterie, @laderach_singapore and @fossachocolate

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