Best cake delivery services in Singapore

Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply craving a sweet treat, we’ve got a list of the best cake delivery services in Singapore for you to check out. From customisable cakes to classic favourites, these bakeries offer a wide array of cakes that can be delivered right to your doorstep!

1. Bob the Baker Boy

If you’re looking for over-the-top customisable designs for your next event, check out Bob the Baker Boy. The cakes here are creative and interactive with numerous designs from gravity-defying cakes to money-pulling and 3D cakes.

Bob the Baker Boy offers 10 cake flavours for you to choose from, with prices starting from $54.90. Go for their Signature 55% Belgian Chocolate or the Light Japanese Strawberry Shortcake flavour if you don’t fancy cakes that are too sweet. Here, they claim to have cakes lower in sugar as compared to regular customised cakes. 

For vegetarian options, opt for their Sea Salt Caramel Chocolate, Signature Pandan Ondeh Ondeh, or Cookies and Cream Overload flavours. If not, try their other flavours as well━Blackforest, Kaya Butter, Lychee Rose, Classic Milk Chocolate Made with Kit Kat, Classic Milo Gao Siew Dai Chocolate.

For private parties, they also have mini and bento cakes that can feed up to two to four people. Prices start from $29.90.

Bob the Baker Boy offers three types of deliveries: Flexi Delivery ($9.90), Regular Delivery ($15), and Specific Timing Delivery ($35). Orders above $150 are entitled to free islandwide delivery.

Address: 218 Pandan Loop, #05-06, Xpace@218, Singapore 128408
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 5pm
Tel: 8862 3327
Bob The Baker Boy is not a halal-certified eatery, but has no pork or lard and uses halal-certified ingredients.

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2. Honeypeachsg Bakery

If you’re looking for wallet-friendly options, this one’s for you. At Honeypeachsg Bakery, you can get elegant and IG-worthy cakes at affordable prices. Save up to 30% on the monthly promotion cakes (from $92)━which also come with free delivery! Keep an eye on these as the monthly promotion cakes are updated every month based on the latest trends in Singapore.

When customising your cake, choose from a whopping 22 cake flavours on offer. Popular flavours include Double Chocolate, Fresh Strawberry Shortcake, and Earl Grey Lavender

Here, they also have cakes of all sizes; if you’re hosting a large event, Honeypeachsg Bakery has cakes that can feed up to 140 people!

Cake prices start from $29.90 with a delivery fee of $9.90 to all locations except Sentosa and Tuas.

Address: 11 Irving Place, #01-01, Tai Seng Point, Singapore 369551
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 9am to 5pm, Sun 9am to 11am
Tel: 9088 4932
Honeypeachsg Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no lard and alcohol.

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3. Locaba

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Cakes don’t have to be a guilty pleasure anymore! Here at Locaba, short for low carb bakery, you can have a guilt-free experience with their healthy and delicious cakes. All of Locaba’s cakes do not contain table sugar, gluten, and added preservatives━great for those with diet restrictions.

Prices begin from $74.40, with cake options such as Earl Grey Vanilla Low-Carb Cake (from $78), Happy Raspberry Truffle Cake (from $74.40), and Low-Carb Keto Carrot Cake ($78).

What’s more, they also have a variety of vegan options including Vegan Tiramisu (from $78), Vegan Salted Caramel Crumb Cake (from $88), and Oreo-Inspired Vegan Cheesecake (from $93.50). Prices start from $78 for a whole vegan cake and $45.60 for bento cakes━suitable for up to two people.

Locaba offers next-day islandwide deliveries priced at $15, with free delivery for orders over $150.

Address: 2 Kallang Avenue, #01-08/13, CT Hub, Singapore 339407
Opening hours: Daily 9:30am to 6pm
Tel: 9793 6557
Locaba is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork and lard.

4. LÉLE Bakery

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LÉLE Bakery is best known for their extensive selection of cakes, with over 500 designs on the menu for all kinds of occasions━ranging from milestone birthdays and anniversaries, to weddings and corporate celebrations. 

The store has established a reputation for their soft and moist chiffon cakes that are low in sugar. With prices starting from $58.80, LÉLE’s classics include Peach Oolong Cake (from $60.80), Coffee Cake ($58.80), and Biscoff Cake ($58.80).

You can also order drinkable cakes here, with prices starting from $188. Otherwise, themed pinata cakes start at $138, such as their Among Us Pinata Cake ($188).

LÉLE bakery charges a flat rate of $20 for cake deliveries, with an additional charge of $10 for specific timings. They also require at least one day’s advance notice for standard cakes, and two to 14 days for fully customised cakes.

Address: 110 Yishun Ring Road, #01-383, Singapore 760110
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 6pm
Tel: 8776 1510
LÉLE Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork and lard.


Those who prefer simple and delicate tasting flavours would enjoy the cakes at LUNA. LUNA has eight different flavours of cake to choose from. Their signature Orh Nee Cake ($60/$80)━which is also their bestseller━features a vanilla sponge layered with yam and gingko paste topped with desiccated coconut. A must-try is also their Vanilla Cheddar Cheese ($65/$85) for a good sweet-savoury balance.

LUNA offers a standard delivery of $7 and a three-hour delivery time slot at $15, one of the lowest prices on this list.

Read our LUNA review.

Address: 53 Amoy Street, Singapore 069879
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LUNA is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Fieldnotes Cakery

Formerly known as Zee & Elle, Fieldnotes Cakery is a home-based bakery-turned-cafe specialising in minimalistic nature-inspired cream cakes. Each cake is freshly baked with 100% fruits, quality natural ingredients, and no added preservatives. They’ve even got cakes as small as 10cm, which are good for two to share!

Choose from a selection of their bestsellers: Honey Yuzu (from $58), Mango Yuzu (from $58), Guava Lychee (from $55), and Passionfruit Jasmine (from $55). Alternatively, go for interesting flavours such as Red Tea Apple (from $60), Roasted Black Sesame Hōjicha (from $55), and White Peach Kinkan (from $38).

Classic cakes require an advance order of two days ahead of your desired date. As for customised cakes, orders should be placed two to seven days in advance. Enjoy free islandwide delivery for orders above $120. If not, deliveries are priced from $15 to $35.

Website | Full list of outlets
Fieldnotes Cakery is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork, lard, and alcohol.

7. Lady M

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If you’re looking for something other than sponge cakes, go for the mille crepe cakes from Lady M. You can’t go wrong with their Signature Mille Crepes (from $82) featuring at least 20 layers of crepes layered with light pastry cream. The mille crepes come in Chocolate (from $122), Champagne (from $210), Green Tea (from $122) and more flavours, including seasonal ones. There’s also a Wedding Mille Crepes ($755) that is large enough for about 45 people.

For even bigger parties, get their Strawberry Shortcake (Half Sheet) ($305.05) which can feed up to 30 people.

Delivery charges start at a flat rate of $19.44, with an additional $5.40 to Jurong Island, Tuas, Sentosa, and Orchard. They also offer free deliveries for prices above $216.

Website | Full list of outlets
Lady M is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. moonie.misu

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Moonie.misu is a home-based business run by recent graduates from NTU, specialising in Asian-inspired tiramisu. They have two sizes on offer: small ($13.90), for one to two people, and medium ($52.90), for six to eight people. Choose from four different flavours: Classic (alcoholic/non-alcoholic), Jasmine Matcha (alcoholic/non-alcoholic), Injeolmi, and Blue Sea Salt Coconut. Alternatively, get them as a bundle of four at $49.90.

If you’re going on a picnic date, consider getting their Picnic Set ($79.90). This set has everything you need for a great picnic experience: picnic basket, picnic mat, two tiramisu of your choice, one dried baby breath bouquet, and a tufting kit.

Their delivery fee is priced at a flat rate of $4.99: the lowest price on this list.

Address: 509 Hougang Ave 10, #01-109, Singapore 530509
moonie.misu is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Bengawan Solo

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Bengawan Solo has established itself as a household name for its traditional cakes and desserts. If you’re looking for affordability without compromising on taste, Bengawan Solo would be a great choice. Get their signature Pandan Chiffon Cake ($20) that’s consistently fluffy.

Alternatively, get their other flavours such as Banana Cake (from $12), Walnut Cake (from $13.80), Marble Cake ($13.80), and Fruit Cake ($15.80). You can also get these flavours in a wedding design.

Orders above $150 are entitled to free delivery. Otherwise, delivery fees start at $15 with an additional charge of $10 for specific time slots.

Website | Full list of outlets
Bengawan Solo is not a halal-certified eatery.


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Yet another store with a history dating back almost 60 years is LANA CAKES, which has been around since 1964. They are best known for their signature Chocolate Fudge Cake (from $58)━a classic favourite. If a single layer of fudge isn’t enough, go for their Fudge Lovers Only (from $92). This cake has two layers of fudge and is filled in the centre as well. Those not a fan of chocolate can opt for their Blueberry Cake (from $80) or Yuzu Indulge (from $68).

Do note that their delivery services are only available from Tuesday to Saturday with a delivery fee of $21.40. Orders should be placed at least three days in advance.

Address: 36 Greenwood Avenue, Singapore 289239
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 10am to 5pm
Tel: 6466 5315
LANA Cakes is not a halal-certified eatery.

11. Whyzee

Whyzee is a one-stop shop for all your special occasions. They offer a diverse range of products, including artisanal cakes, flowers, balloons, and even Jellycat plush toys!

If you often shop at the last minute for cakes and gifts, bookmark this page. Here, cakes can be delivered within an hour with prices starting from $46.90. Get classic flavours such as Classic New York Cheesecake ($46.90), Strawberry Shortcake ($76.90), and Red Velvet Cake ($79.90). If not, go for their Red Velvet Peanut Butter Cake ($68.90), Matcha Red Bean Cake ($50.90), MSW Durian Cake ($137.90) and more. Express delivery is priced at a flat rate of $25.

Get free delivery if you spend above $120. Otherwise, standard delivery costs $12.

Address: 11 Sin Ming Road, #01-30, Thomson V Two, Singapore 575629
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 6pm
Tel: 9773 2434
Website | Full list of outlets
Whyzee is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. TheJellyHearts

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A successful homebaker-turned-business is TheJellyHearts, which has grown to nine outlets islandwide since 2007. Best known for their jelly cheesecakes, their signature Classic Original With 25 Pieces ($65.30) is made with digestive biscuits, cream cheese, jelly, and strawberries.

Not only that, they also have other flavours such as Biscoff Salted Caramel (from $73), Blueberry Surprise (from $73), and Luscious Lychee (nine pieces for $28.30). Unique designs include their Mahjong Round (from $138), 21st Round Key (from $188), and Roulette (from $138).

For larger parties, opt for their Divine Combo ($238) with 63 pieces and choose from five different cheesecake flavours.

Do note that orders have to be made in advance of at least three days for normal orders, and a minimum of seven days prior for customised drawing cakes and bulk orders. The delivery rates are as follows: standard delivery fee ($16.80), orders above $50 ($11.80), orders above $100 ($7.80). Orders above $200 are entitled to free islandwide delivery.

Website | Full list of outlets
TheJellyHearts is a halal-certified eatery.

13. Fluff Bakery

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Fluff Bakery, known for their cupcakes, has been serving halal-friendly bakes since 2013. Apart from that, they also offer whole cakes that are equally delicious.

Choose from a selection of five different cakes: Ferrero Rocher Cake (from $50), Classic Carrot Cake (from $48), Pandan Gula Melaka (from $45), Basque Burnt Cheesecake (from $45), and Strawberry Liquid Cheesecake Milk Crumbs Cake (from $48).

Orders should be placed at least two days prior before 6pm and is subject to availability. Standard delivery prices range from $10 to $25. Do note that Fluff Bakery does not deliver on Sundays and Mondays.

Read our Fluff Bakery review.

Address: 795 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198763
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11:30am to 7pm, Sun 11am to 6pm
Tel: 9144 7729
Fluff Bakery is a halal-certified eatery.

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14. Dapiku Sweets

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If you’re seeking bold artistic cakes with daring flavour combinations, look no further! Dapiku Sweets is a home-based bakery run by Lee Jian Yun and his partner, Aliff Tee.

At Dapiku Sweets, you can look forward to a personalised cake creation process. They’ll work closely with you to bring your creative designs to life. There are a total of nine flavours for you to choose from━including an option to create your own custom flavour. All custom cakes require a minimum advance order of five days, with prices starting from $106. The delivery fee for custom cakes is $16.

Alternatively, for those who can’t decide what they want, opt for their standard cakes instead.  Choose from a selection of naked cakes, each priced from $56: Funfetti, Vanilla & Speculoos, Strawberry & Citrus Cake, Citrus Dark Chocolate & Hazelnut Praline. Dapikusweets also offers two interesting burnt cheesecake flavours: Burnt Miso Cheesecake ($48), and Burnt Chocolate Cheesecake ($52). Standard delivery costs $12 while specific-time deliveries are priced at $20.

Dapiku Sweets is not a halal-certified eatery, but operates in a Muslim household and uses only halal ingredients.

15. Butter Studio

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Butter Studio has made a name for itself as a leading halal-certified artisanal bakery in Singapore. Indulge in customer favourites such as their signature Salted Caramel Red Velvet ($55.50), Ondeh Ondeh ($55.50), Fancy Nutella ($55.50), and Chocolate Praline ($65.60).

For private parties, Butter Studio also offers cakelets━each priced at $29━that are suitable for up to three people. You can try their Caramel Popcorn Cakelet, Unicorn Cakelet, and Mermaid Dreams Cakelet.

Although Butter Studio offers same-day delivery, the cakes are subject to availability. To better secure your cake, you should make an advance order of at least three days. 

Delivery charges start at $13 with a minimum spend of $30. For specific delivery timings or locations, do note that additional delivery surcharges will apply. Orders above $150 are inclusive of free delivery.

Website | Full list of outlets
Butter Studio is a halal-certified eatery.

Where to get cakes delivered in Singapore

Whether you’re craving some sweets or celebrating a party, you’ll be sure to find something on this list that suits your taste. Otherwise, check out The French Pastry for locally inspired pastries, or read our list of dessert box delivery services in Singapore for more treats that you can add to your parties.

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Feature image adapted from Dapiku Sweets and Butter Studio

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