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15 Thai Milk Tea Desserts In Singapore That You Thai Thai Must Try

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Mm, Thai milk tea. Sweet, creamy and refreshing, this drink has taken Singapore by storm. It seems like you can’t go anywhere without tripping over a store peddling this delightful drink.

So other than slurping it out from a cup, how else can we enjoy Thai milk tea? Here are 15 Thai milk tea desserts in Singapore that will make your mouth water.

 

1. Thai Milk Tea Lava Cake

 

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Watching the delicious gooey goodness oozing out has to be my favourite part of eating a lava cake. A dessert classic, Haha Thai puts their own spin on this with their Thai Milk Tea Lava Cake ($10.80).

The contrast between warm cake and cold coconut ice-cream is sure to make your stomach very happy. If you want it, go early. My colleagues visited the restaurant on a Wednesday night but it was sold out - it’s that popular.

Haha Thai

Address: Ngee Ann City, 391 Orchard Rd, #05-29, Singapore 238873
Opening Hours: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm (Mon - Thu) 11:00 am - 10:00 pm (Fri - Sun)
Telephone: 62994401
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2. Thai-ramisu

 

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Forget tiramisu - this here is Thai-ramisu ($9.80). In addition to the truly delightful Thai Tea lava cake, Haha Thai has replaced the ingredients of the traditional tiramisu with Thai iced tea-infused sponge cake fingers, layered with mascarpone cheese, for an innovative twist on an old favourite. Thumbs up for creativity!

Haha Thai (same as above)

Address: Ngee Ann City, 391 Orchard Rd, #05-29, Singapore 238873
Opening Hours: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm (Mon - Thu) 11:00 am - 10:00 pm (Fri - Sun)
Telephone: 62994401
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3. Thai Milk Tea Milkshakes

 

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This milkshake is bringing the boys to the yard. The Benjamins (formerly known as Benjamin Browns) is famous for their over-the-top milkshakes that are diabetes-inducing. Recently, they’ve added another shake to their repertoire - this decadent, delightful Thai Milk Tea Over The Top Milkshake ($16). Throw your conscience out the window and your diet out the door- this is something worth sacrificing your waistline for.

The Benjamins

Address: #01-20/21, 583 Orchard Road, Forum The Shopping Mall, Singapore 238884
Opening Hours: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm (Mon - Thu) 9:00 am - 10:00 pm (Fri - Sat) 9:00 am - 9:00 pm (Sun)
Telephone: 6887 4117
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4. Thai Milk Tea Bingsu

 

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This is a combination of two of the hottest food trends in Singapore - bingsu and Thai milk tea. Food fad lovers, hop on! While Chick and Ken is more popularly known for their Korean fried chicken, they also serve up Thai Iced Tea Bingsu ($13.90) for a wonderful marriage of cultures. Fusion flavours can sometimes be hit-or-miss, but this one is definitely a hit.

Chick and Ken

Address: 21 Lorong Telok, Raffles Park, Singapore 049033
Opening Hours: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Mon - Fri) 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Sat) Closed on Sundays.
Telephone: 9150 7257
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5. Thai Milk Tea Mochi

 

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Chewy and sweet with a flavourful ice-cream core that packs a punch, Kane Mochi’s Thai Milk Tea Mochi ($2.30 a piece) is a yummy twist on a classic Japanese dessert. The mochi are packaged adorably, with different mascots for the different flavours, so they’d make a cute gift as well.

Tip: Allow the mochi to thaw slightly before eating it for maximum enjoyment.

Kane Mochi

Address: 201 Victoria Street #02-50, Bugis+, Singapore 188067
Opening Hours: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Telephone: 97475678 
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6. Thai Milk Tea Sng Bao

 

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I used to buy ice pops (also known as sng bao,) from the neighbourhood convenience store on my way home after playing in the playground. Mix your present obsession with Thai milk tea with your childhood affection for ice pops by indulging in The Sng Bao Society’s Thai Milk Tea Ice Pops ($3). Cold, icy, and with a delightful crunch when you bite down, this is nostalgia in a frozen stick.

The Sng Bao Society
Available at various pop-up stores and at The Laneway Market. 
Tel: 9855 8970 / 8121 9667 
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7. Thai Tea Waffles

 

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You’ve probably heard of Thai milk tea ice-cream with waffles, but what about having Thai milk tea in the waffle? Over at Thai In Town, they serve up Thai milk tea waffles, which is a Thai tea-infused waffle served with vanilla bean ice-cream and a special Thai tea sauce. Intensely sweet, delectably delicious, worth every calorie.

Thai in Town

Address: 244P Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574369
Opening Hours: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm (Mon - Fri) 11:00 am - 11:00 pm (Sat - Sun)
Telephone: 8687 9990 
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8. Thai Milk Tea Macarons

 

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Macarons are such an elegant dessert. Indulge elegantly in your love for all things Thai milk tea with these delicious macarons from Bonheur Patisserie ($3.50 a piece). Not only do they taste amazing, they also look so pretty piled up on a plate for a party.

Bonheur Patisserie

Address: 200 Turf Club Road, #02-06/#02-K63, PasarBella @ The Grandstand Bukit Timah, Singapore 287994
252 North Bridge Rd, #B1-72, Raffles City Robinsons, Singapore 179103
Opening Hours: PasarBella 10:00 am - 7:00 pm (Mon - Thu) 10:00 am - 9:00 pm (Fri - Sat) 10:00 am - 8:00 pm (Sun) Raffles City 10:30 am - 10:00 pm
Telephone: 64661498 (PasarBella), 6336 3104 (Raffles City)
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9. Thai Tea Kaya

 

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You’ve heard of kaya, but have you heard of Thai tea kaya? Sticky, sweet, and an interesting twist on classic favourites, these spreads sure perk up your toast. Indulge in crispy, airy cubes of Golden Toast With Thai Tea Kaya ($3.80) at Tuk Tuk Cha, or relish Thai In Town’s BBQ Bread With Thai Tea Sauce ($2.20).

Tuk Tuk Cha

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-605A Suntec City Tower 3, Singapore 038983
30 Sembawang Dr,Sun Plaza, #01-15, Singapore 757713
252 North Bridge Road, Raffles City, #B1-68, Singapore 179103
10 Tampines Central 1, Tampines 1, #B1-K2, Singapore 529536
Opening Hours: 10:00 pm - 9:30 pm (Mon - Thu) 10:00 am - 10:00 pm (Fri) 11:00 am - 10:00 pm (Sat - Sun)
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Thai In Town

Address: 244P Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574369 
Opening Hours: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm (Mon - Fri) 11:00 am - 11:00 pm (Sat - Sun) 
Telephone: 8687 9990 
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10. Thai Milk Tea Loaf

 

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From the same people who brought you the fudgy Thai Milk Tea Fudge cupcake, here’s a positively delectable Thai Milk Tea Fudge Loaf ($38 for 1kg). It sounds similar, but it isn’t. The loaf boasts tea-infused cake with moist Thai tea fudge and delicious milk crumbles that melt in your mouth. This would make a great alternative birthday cake for a Thai milk tea-obsessed soul.

Creme Maison Bakery

Address: 50A Prinsep St #02-01, Singapore 188680
Opening Hours: 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Telephone: 8181 3689
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11. Thai Milk Tea Cupcakes

 

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Who doesn’t love cupcakes? Nobody. Enjoy a delicious Thai Milk Tea Fudge Cupcake ($3.80) from Creme Maison Bakery. It’s a tea-infused cake with a sweet Thai milk tea fudge in the centre and whipped milk cream cheese frosting on top. Just thinking about it makes me drool. Mmm.

Creme Maison Bakery (same as above)

Address: 50A Prinsep St #02-01, Singapore 188680
Opening Hours: 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Telephone: 8181 3689
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12. Thai Milk Tea Cake

 

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Dutch Colony Coffee Co does a delectable take on a Thai Milk Tea Cake ($5). As with all desserts featuring Thai milk tea, this is a sweet cake, but the taste of the tea shines through, and the condensed milk frosting just enhances the flavour. This cake is best enjoyed with a nice cup of coffee and a good book to unwind on a Sunday afternoon.

Dutch Colony Coffee Co.

Address: 200 Turf Club Road, #02-K67/K68, PasarBella @ The Grandstand, Singapore 287994 113 Frankel Avenue, Singapore 458230
Opening Hours: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm (Mon - Thu) 9:00 am - 9:00 pm (Fri - Sat) 9:00 am - 7:00 pm (Sun)
Telephone: 6281 0710
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13. Thai Milk Tea Ice-cream & Charcoal Waffles

 

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Ice-cream is the most common variation of this Thai tea delight, and some places serve it with an exciting twist- the charcoal waffle. At 23Jumpin, you can have Thai milk tea ice-cream with their famous D’Or Charcoal Waffle ($9, with ice-cream). Or head over to Fatcat Ice Cream Bar to treat yourself to a Charcoal Waffle (from $9.90) with Thai milk tea ice-cream and gooey, runny salted egg yolk sauce . Yum.

Note: These shops may not always have Thai milk tea ice-cream on hand, so it may be a good idea to call ahead to check to avoid disappointment.

23Jumpin

Address: #01-25 1 Irving Place, Singapore S369546
Opening Hours: Tue - Sun, 11:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Telephone: 87982625
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Fatcat Ice Cream Bar

Address: Blk 416 Bedok North Avenue 2 #01-25, Singapore 460416
Opening Hours: 1:00 pm - 9:30 pm (Mon) 1:00 pm - 9:30 pm (Wed - Thu) 1:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Fri) 12:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Sat) 12:00 pm - 9:30 pm (Sun)
Telephone: 62410830
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14. Bangkok Toast

 

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You may say I’m cheating a little on this list, because this item features Thai milk tea ice-cream as well, but Sunday Market’s Bangkok Toast ($10.90) is a beauty to behold. Fluffy brioche toast with a delicious milky centre, served with matcha custard and Thai milk tea ice-cream? Not only does it look pretty, it combines two of the hottest flavour favourites around - Thai milk tea and matcha. Definitely a must-try.

Sunday Market

Address: 22 Lim Tua Tow Road, Singapore 547772
Opening Hours: Mon -Tue, 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm Thu, 12:00 pm - 9 pm Fri, 12:00pm - 11:00 pm Sat, 9:30 am - 11:00 pm Sun, 9:30 am - 9:00pm Closed on Wednesdays.
Telephone: 6287 8880
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15. Soft-serve Ice-cream

 

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If regular ice-cream is too boring for your tastes, head over to The Cold Pantry for delicious Thai Milk Tea Soft-serve ($6.50), together with delicious toppings like rice krispies and nata de coco. You could also have it on a crispy waffle for extra decadence. I’m drooling already.

The Cold Pantry

Address: 131 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218409
Opening Hours: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Mon) 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Wed - Thu) 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Fri- Sun) Closed on Tuesdays.
Telephone: 9179 7266
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Bonus: Thai Tea Ice-Cream

 

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This may be the most common form Thai milk tea desserts take, but we love it nonetheless. It’s also the most accessible form - walk down to any artisan ice-cream parlour in town, and you’ll probably be able to get your hands on it.

Some joints that serve up Thai tea ice-cream include Udders and Creamier. We’ve had Thai tea ice-cream served with charcoal waffles (see #13) and fluffy brioche (see #14), but you can also get it served up with thick-cut Shibuya Toast.

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Of course, there’s nothing stopping you from enjoying your Thai milk tea ice-cream all on its own. Yum.

 

Tea-riffic treats for your sweet tooth!

 

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Thai Milk Tea is amazing, and it never fails to perk me up on a hazy, humid day. If you’re looking for a different twist on this delicious drink, jump on the bandwagon and indulge yourself in Thai Milk Tea desserts that are pretty heavenly. Your stomach will thank you.

 

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