Lifestyle Asia
Home > Dining > Food > Where to find the best cookies in Singapore
Where to find the best cookies in Singapore

It’s bold to claim that any one baker can come close to making the best cookies in Singapore, so we’ve done the duty to list eight.

Cookies themselves are a divisive baked treat, with everyone’s ideal being different. Even something as universally loved as a chocolate chip cookie can spur intense arguments based off of preference. Do nuts have a place? Chips versus chunks? How much chocolate is too much? And above all: chewy or crunchy?

Everyone is going to rally behind a different option in this Build-A-Cookie fantasy, but one thing is unanimous, and that is cookies make the world go round. Thankfully, there are bakers in Singapore keeping that truth alive by dishing out some of the best cookies on the island. After all, if it’s a sinful treat you’re after, why settle for mediocre?

From chewy and crunchy to stuffed, these bakers are pushing out baked bites that all equally earn their right to being the best cookies in Singapore. Most of them are also small online businesses that offer deliveries to your doorstep should you or your loved ones need a weekday perk-me-up.

Hero and featured image credit: Guilt Cookie)

8 bakers to hit up for the best cookies in Singapore

With a name like Guilt, you can only expect this local cookie baker to have a menu that would make your calorie counter cry. Sinful from the start, with offerings like Tinder Date and Sugar Daddy revealing the likes of chocolate chip cookies stuffed with a whole brownie, and a whiskey-spliced spice cookie, Guilt pretty much had us drooling from start to end just looking through their feed. Cookies are available individually or to pick and mix to your content, with the brand also curating some boxes with their bestsellers if you’re lost for choice.

Guilt has gluten-free and vegan options too, as well as seasonal flavours available in tandem with public holidays and the like, so keep an eye out for those.

(Image credit: @cookieguilt)

Inspired by jumbo, New York-style gourmet cookies, Singapore’s Nasty Cookie is a fever dream for sugar fiends. Flavours go from classic chocolate chip to franken-creations like the Red Velvet Crumble, which includes a cream cheese stuffing and Choco Bueno, a kinder-bueno dark chocolate chip cookie, and even a riff on the famous Biscoff biscuit. Seasonal flavours like the Ondeh Ondeh pop up from time to time, and are wiped out as fast as their runs on the menu.

(Image credit: @nastycookiee)

Don’t let its name fool you — Old Seng Choon is actually one of the most experimental cookie bakers in Singapore today. Here, crunchy cookies come in savoury and never-before-seen flavours like laksa, cereal prawn, goreng pisang, and even bak kut teh — especially useful if you get mid-day cravings for these hawker favourites. If you’re only keen on more “traditional” flavours, the Coffee or Earl Grey options are safe but equally delicious options.

(Image credit: @yum.sing)

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, #01-72, Singapore 018972
+65 6688 7341

People who love crunchy cookies can feel validated as Spatula & Whisk is all about that. Sold in bags of 100 or 200 grams, flavours go from sea salt chocolate to locally-inspired gula melaka coconut and kopi chocolate. Being bite-sized also means these cookies are inherently dangerous, as you could easily polish off a bag yourself in a sitting. We’ve been there.

(Image credit: @spatulaandwhisk)

Folks and Stories is not a cookie-only bakery, but they still create some of the best cookies in Singapore. Sold in boxes or singles, every cookie flavour is inspired by a personality. Curious Merrymaker, for instance, is a dark chocolate cookie with a cheesy twist, while Care Bear is a soft stuffed cookie filled with strawberry cheesecake. The site also makes custom cookies for special occasions, so if you’re currently looking to send hampers or small gifts to keep loved ones or colleagues motivated, Folks and Stories has a unique way to express those sentiments.

(Image credit: @folksandstories)

Everton Park, #01-63 Block 3, Singapore 080003

Homegrown chocolatier and bakers Chocolate Anatomy offer some of the best chocolatey cookies in Singapore amongst its healthy selection of desserts, although not all include their namesake ingredient in the mix. Their brownie cookies (or brookies), are bestsellers, but flavours like earl grey and snickerdoodles are a breath of sweet, fresh air to the mixed bag you’ll eventually be picking. Chocolate Anatomy also has omakase boxes if you want someone to make the tough choices for you.

(Image credit: @chocolateanatomy)

7 /8

They say thick thighs save lives and we’re going to chase that line down with the fact that thick cookies (a.k.a thickies) do too. Flourworks makes these generous thickies in Singapore to sell at its regular bake sales on Instagram, sharing space with the likes of brookies, peanut butter macadamia cookies and many other palm-sized delights. Flourworks is a one-person baking show, so their sale windows open less regularly than most other bakeries, but the best things are worth waiting for.

(Image credit:

Don’t let Cookie Mixx’s miniature cookies fool you, because these little babies pack a crunch. The light-as-air cookies are  all handmade and scrumptiously crisp, and even come with reduced sugar to make for a (kinda) healthier option. Quality ingredients like Danish butter, Belgium cocoa powder and chocolate chunks, organic chia seeds, and imported dried fruits and nuts make all the difference in its flavour too. Go full steam ahead with one flavour (we recommend the Espresso Almond and Peppermint Chocolate), or get a bag of everything if you can’t decide.

(Image credit: @cookiemixx_sg)

391A Orchard Road, Takashimaya B2 Food Hall, #B208-4, Singapore 238873
Where to find the best cookies in Singapore

Beatrice Bowers

Features Editor

Beatrice Bowers writes about beauty, drinks, and other nice things. When not bound to her keyboard, she moonlights as a Niffler for novels and can be found en route to bankruptcy at your nearest bookstore. Don't tell her boss.

Never miss an update

Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest updates.

No Thanks
You’re all set

Thank you for your subscription.