The Finest Chewy Mochi Desserts in Singapore

Welcome to a world of irresistible delight where innovation meets tradition and every bite is an explosion of unadulterated happiness. Chewy Mochi Desserts welcomes you to embark on a delicious experience unlike any other. It is located right in the center of Singapore. We’ve reinvented the traditional mochi dessert using a blend of Eastern heritage and Western ideas to provide an extraordinary experience that titillates your taste senses and warms your heart.

Best Chewy Mochi Desserts in Singapore



ServicesIce Cream Shop
Operating HoursDaily: 11:30 AM–5 PM
Contact Details+65 8771 3441
Address108 Faber Drive S129418

5 Everton Park #01-36 S08005

Everyone is aware of how well waffles and ice cream go together. By serving Tokyo mochi waffles cooked from scratch using Nippon wheat and mochi, this gelato shop raises the bar. The outcome? With the softest, chewiest filling and a crispy outside. We think these treats go wonderfully with mildly flavored gelato.

Customer Reviews

Came across this lovely cafe in the middle of Everton Park and was greeted by the aroma of sweet Lychee Raspberry and Rose! We had to opt in for the waffle and to our delight, it was embellished with fluffy powdered sugar and a supple flow of syrup! The dessert was amazing but what topped the whole experience was the service provided by the staff that attended to us, Brandon! He was so friendly, accommodated to all of our needs, and made us feel at home in the cafe! – Jacob Honrado


Butter Bread

Operating HoursTuesday-Sunday: 11.30 AM-6.30 PM
Monday: Closed
Address#01-44, The Midtown, 1187 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 533971

If you’re not a fan of mochi cupcakes or muffins, don’t be discouraged. We might be able to persuade you to try Butter Bread’s mochi scones. It can seem strange to pair a crumbly British-baked product with a soft, oozy Japanese mochi. After a few bites, though, you’ll undoubtedly come to like it. If you decide to stop by here for your mochi fix, you’ll always be in for a surprise because the menu is always changing.

Customer Reviews

Visited this newly opened pastry shop in City Gate. You can smell the freshly baked pastry when you are at the basement. The pastries are really decent and tasty, in fact, they are better than those I have tried in Nice, France. No joke. Give it a try when you are around that area. The opening time can be a-bit early to cater for the breakfast crowd. – Raymond Lee

Operating HoursWeekdays: 10 AM–7 PM
Address127 Lor L Telok Kurau, Singapore 425562

Another local company that sells mochi muffins is listed here. Its variety is freshly made every day and includes flavors including kaya and coconut, banana walnut, and double chocolate. These may be had at any time, including for breakfast, afternoon tea, or even when you are pressed for time and need to eat quickly. Purchase the package of six muffins in an assortment of up to two flavors.

Customer Reviews

Amazing baked goods from this humble local bakery! Especially love the unique mochi cakes that have a nice crunch on the outside but soft and fluffy inside. The sweetness is just right and it’s really hard to stop at one. You have to try the kaya coconut flavor if you are a big fan of kaya. The owner is very friendly and prompt in her response. It’s a good place to buy nice treats for yourself and your loved ones! – Debi Seah



ServicesDessert Shop
Contact Details+65 80601041

If you’ve been hunting for decadent bakes that are less sugary, save this website. Its rich, toothsome mochi brownies are crammed full of fillings like Red Bean, Biscoff, Thai Milk Tea, and more. There are nine of these tasty delights in each box, so you can either share them or enjoy them all by yourself. If you ask us, it was definitely worth the calories.

Customer Reviews

Would highly recommend it for corporate orders and custom orders.  Both the sweet and savory bakes were also delicious and the desserts were not too sweet. Each box was presented beautifully with a customized note and everything was so yummy! – Allyson Tan

The Finest Chewy Mochi Desserts in Singapore

Thai Baàng Bakery

Operating HoursDaily: 8:30 AM–7:45 PM
Contact Details+65 9722 1213
Address43, HOLLAND DRIVE, Singapore 270043



The delicate and fluffy baked goods sold at reasonable rates by this little Thai-style bakery are well regarded. If you’re able to go to the store, head straight for the mochi bread, which is really soft and pillowy. They have copious amounts of filling, including yam floss, peanut butter, red beans, and black sesame. Have your phone ready because you’ll want to photograph how nicely the buns separate on Instagram.

Customer Reviews

Hands down one of the best bakeries in town. The breads are freshly made and have soft texture. The toppings/fillings are just right not to underwhelming or overwhelming. Worth visiting if you are around the Lavender area! – Reginald Evan


108 Matcha Saro Singapore

ServicesDessert Shop
Operating HoursDaily: 10:30 AM–9 PM
Contact Details+65 6259 2740
Address2 Orchard Turn, B4-70 ION Orchard, Singapore 238801

5 Temasek Blvd, B1-K5, Singapore 038985

Do you enjoy pairing matcha with mochi? Get your sweet fix right now by heading over to this dessert store. Its best-selling warabi mochi is freshly baked every day; we advise you to consume them right away to appreciate the chewy, soft texture. They are available in matcha powder, soybean powder, or a combination of the two flavors. The 24-piece variant is packaged nicely in a box and is a thoughtful present for your loved ones.

Customer Reviews

Matcha paradise for matcha lovers. Matcha parfait was so good. Hot matcha was also so good. You can really taste the premiumness of the tea. The price is a little high for its serving but the taste compensates it well. Located at the basement of suntec. Not so difficult to locate just go down from the escalator and go to the food rep. No dine-in in but there’s a little spot where you can stand while enjoying your soft cream. Fast service! – Ef Si


Mister Donut

Contact Details+65 6632 1288
AddressVelocity @ Novena Square
Junction 8
WAttention Plaza

It would be impossible to discuss mochi sweets in Singapore without mentioning this Japanese titan. Its recognizable pon de ring epitomizes the ideal mochi doughnut: soft, chewy, and oozing with flavor. Take note of the chocolate and strawberry flavors, which are only offered here.

Customer Reviews

Very nice donuts, Pon De Ring is my family’s favorite. Bought twice from Mr Donut – 1st time queued for 50mins and 2nd time queued for 1hr. Both times I happened to be the last one in the queue on 2nd level. The queue is a bit slow but orderly, and with aircon (if you queue inside Junction 8). Bring along your headphones to watch Netflix/YouTube/etc while queueing. – Jesslyn


Ah Chew Desserts

ServicesDessert Shop
Operating HoursBUGIS
Mon – Thu: 12:30 PM – 12:00 AM
Fri: 12:30 PM – 1:00 AM
Sat: 13:30 PM – 1:00 AM
Sun, Public Holiday: 13:30 PM – 12:00 AM

Mon – Sun: 11:30 AM – 11:30 PM
Contact Details+65 6339 8198
+65 6254 8198
1 Liang Seah Street, #01-10/11 Liang Seah Place
Singapore 189032

8 Grange Road, #01-03 Cineleisure Singapore 239695

Ah Chew Desserts offers a unique take on mochi to chew on in addition to traditional treats like mango sago. Without the sweet soup, the Rice Ball Mochi ($2.40) is similar to Tang Yuan. These mochi balls, which are covered in peanut powder, are filled with rich and creamy black sesame and peanut filling.
Look at that shiny black sesame filling, please! On a more serious note, though, you might want to examine your teeth before grinning broadly.

Customer Reviews

A touristy dessert place so there is always a long line waiting. However the queue moves fast, and you can choose dishes while waiting. After being seated you have to go order at the counter. Mango sago is very satisfying, rich fresh mango flavor and not to sweet. Grass jelly drink is very refreshing for a hot day in Singapore. Banana split is nothing special, not recommended. – Tue Linh Nguyen Le

Finally, Chewy Mochi Desserts in Singapore is a lovely paradise where tradition mingles with creativity and mochi art meets innovation. We welcome you to indulge in a world of sweet, chewy delight that embraces both flavors and memories. We are dedicated to creating beautiful mochi-based products. Join us as we continue to push the limits of dessert excellence, and make each bite a special experience. Come experience the magic of mochi, and allow us to make each delicious bite of the day sweeter for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions


What is the most famous dessert in Singapore?

Chendol with ice cream, pandan jelly, and other delectable toppings (Source) Chendol is one of the most well-known and adored Singaporean desserts as well as one of the most popular Southeast Asian sweets.

Where is mochi dessert from?

Mantou has Chinese origins, despite the fact that mochi itself is a classic Japanese dish. It eventually crossed the East China Sea and was claimed by Japan.

What is the dessert trend in Singapore?

Embracing classic flavors with a modern touch will be one of the top trends among Singapore’s dessert connoisseurs in 2023. With its soft sesame sponge cake, creamy black sesame mousse, and crunchy hazelnut praline, our black sesame hazelnut praline cake perfectly embodies this trend.

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