Desserts & Sweets

Cakes

Singapore has an interesting twist to your common cake - get your hands on some locally loved delights and unique flavours such as pandan cake - which has a quirky green tint and a lovely fragrant coconut aroma. A cult favourite would be the Hong Kong-styled egg tart! Which is considered a 'dim sum' locally as well. The tart has an even and bright yellow custard filling with either a delicious crumbly or dense crust. Another interesting fusion would be the pancake - which you can find slathered with a crumbly peanut filling then folded in half in hawker centres!
GOT LUCK
GOT LUCK
Nyonya | Peranakan | Dessert | Drink
Here’s a unique story about our brand: Got Luck Café was born from the love of eating together. Meals with our dearest are especially valuable bonding opportunities. We serve food not only to bring people together in the spirit of community, but also to spread joy through the love of homemade goodness in each of our colourful dishes.
Situated on 56 Kandahar Street, the café is aptly named after the Hokkien pronunciation for the numbers 5 (Gor) and 6 (Lak), a dialect commonly used by Peranakans.
Our Logo: Got Luck's logo has a deep and symbolic meaning behind it. Representative of Chinese tradition, the character "福" represents good fortune, conveying our well wishes to all visitors of Got Luck Café. The ring surrounding the character represents unity - a fusion of traditional and modern recipes, and bonding over good food.
Our signature dish: the high tea set to for customers to sample the array of nonya kuehs, cakes and savoury dishes such as yam cakes/kueh pie tees/nasi lemak/yam kueh/mee siam/mee rebus/nonya laksa.
Here’s a unique story about our brand: Got Luck Café was born from the love of eating together. Meals with our dearest are especially valuable bonding opportunities. We serve food not only to bring people together in the spirit of community, but also to spread joy through the love of homemade goodness in each of our colourful dishes.
Situated on 56 Kandahar Street, the café is aptly named after the Hokkien pronunciation for the numbers 5 (Gor) and 6 (Lak), a dialect commonly used by Peranakans.
Our Logo: Got Luck's logo has a deep and symbolic meaning behind it. Representative of Chinese tradition, the character "福" represents good fortune, conveying our well wishes to all visitors of Got Luck Café. The ring surrounding the character represents unity - a fusion of traditional and modern recipes, and bonding over good food.
Our signature dish: the high tea set to for customers to sample the array of nonya kuehs, cakes and savoury dishes such as yam cakes/kueh pie tees/nasi lemak/yam kueh/mee siam/mee rebus/nonya laksa.
Signature! Sea Salt Kaya (Set/ Ala Carte),High Tea Set
56 KANDAHAR STREET, KAMPONG GLAM CONSERVATION AREA, 198904
Pandastop
Pandastop
Dessert | Sweets
For those of you who love desserts but are watching your weight, you should try our swiss rolls and cakes. These are made with less sugar to suit the taste buds and diets of our elderly friends who frequent the Chinatown area, but it’s also great for people who are looking to cut down on sugar. We open from 8.30am from Tuesdays to Sundays so you can enjoy a sweet snack for breakfast, lunch or teatime. Inspired by Japanese-style confectioneries, our swiss rolls and cakes have a light and airy texture so that it does not feel too heavy on the palate. They come in a variety of delicious flavours such as Mango, Coffee, Kueh and Black Sesame, so there is something for everyone! We also source only the best ingredients and create everything ourselves in-house so that our customers get only the best quality desserts. To celebrate special events such as Christmas and Chinese New Year, we also create unique seasonal products that are available for a limited time only, such as log cakes, mooncakes and Chinese New Year biscuits. We hope that you will come down and give our swiss rolls, cakes and desserts a try and we hope that eating them will sweeten up your life!
For those of you who love desserts but are watching your weight, you should try our swiss rolls and cakes. These are made with less sugar to suit the taste buds and diets of our elderly friends who frequent the Chinatown area, but it’s also great for people who are looking to cut down on sugar. We open from 8.30am from Tuesdays to Sundays so you can enjoy a sweet snack for breakfast, lunch or teatime. Inspired by Japanese-style confectioneries, our swiss rolls and cakes have a light and airy texture so that it does not feel too heavy on the palate. They come in a variety of delicious flavours such as Mango, Coffee, Kueh and Black Sesame, so there is something for everyone! We also source only the best ingredients and create everything ourselves in-house so that our customers get only the best quality desserts. To celebrate special events such as Christmas and Chinese New Year, we also create unique seasonal products that are available for a limited time only, such as log cakes, mooncakes and Chinese New Year biscuits. We hope that you will come down and give our swiss rolls, cakes and desserts a try and we hope that eating them will sweeten up your life!
Signature! Black Sesame Swiss Roll (slice/ roll),Pandan Chiffon,Mango Swiss Roll
#02-063, Chinatown Complex Market, 335 SMITH STREET, 050335

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