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6 Cafes In Singapore With Crazy Milkshakes For Sweet-Tooths

Crazy milkshakes in Singapore

A lot of us wash down our meals with a drink, and the sweet-tooths among us tend to crave desserts to finish off a meal. Kill two birds with one stone with a monster milkshake, which is a combination of both – with an indulgent creamy base topped with all sorts of goodies like cotton candy, generous drizzles of chocolate sauce, and actual chunks of cake.

Here’s where you can get these over-the-top milkshakes in Singapore:

1. Cake Spade – milkshakes inspired by cake flavours

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Cake Spade is a good place to visit when you’re craving some cake because they have everything from sliced cheesecakes to brownies and crumbles. You can even customise whole cakes to suit the occasion you’re ordering for.

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But apart from that, they also have cake shake options. All you have to do is drop them an email with your desired flavour – chosen from their whole cakes range – and you can leave the fancy milkshake creations to them. Prices range from $14-$16 and can be agreed upon through email.

Mudslide Cake Shake topped with cookies, chocolate cake and popcorn
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Address: 83 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088504
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 12PM-9.30PM | Fri-Sat 12PM-10.30PM
Telephone: 6444 3868

2. Black Tap Singapore – viral eatery from New York City

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Black Tap Singapore is the local franchise of the New York eatery which went viral because of their massive milkshakes. And rightfully so because they have crazy flavours like The Cake Shake ($22), a cake batter milkshake, and Sweet N’ Salty ($20), with a peanut butter base topped with peanut butter cups, M&Ms, and salted pretzels to give that extra crunch.

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Less adventurous foodies can go for Brooklyn Blackout ($19) which is the jazzed up version of a classic chocolate shake. The cup itself is coated in chocolate sauce and chocolate chips, and the whole concoction is topped off with a chocolate brownie and whipped cream.

The Texan Burger ($25), a beef burger topped with bacon, aged cheddar, and large fried onion ring
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Their burgers are also serious contenders, featuring quality ground beef patties topped with everything from fried onion rings to blue cheese.

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Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, #L1-80, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: Daily, 11AM – 11.30PM
Telephone: 6688 9957

3. Summerlong – Mediterranean restaurant with beachy decor

They even have a Peanut Butter Jelly shake which is topped with a whole PB&J sandwich and a small banana
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Summerlong is a Mediterranean restaurant decked in beachy decor like rattan bar stools and baby palm trees, which will feel like you’re on vacation. Their menu features dishes like grain bowls and burgers, but don’t forget to leave space for their crazy shakes.

A hammock swing in the cafe
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Crazyshakes served here are part of the brunch menu. You can find flavours like the Mint Condition ($16) which is a refreshing shake complimented with a chocolate brownie, pocky sticks and marshmallows. For a lighter option, order the fruity Berry Good ($13) which has a mixed berry yoghurt base topped with honey.

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Address: 60 Robertson Quay, #01-04, Singapore 238252
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 5.30PM-12AM | Sat – Sun 10.30AM-3PM (brunch), 5.30PM-12AM (dinner)
Telephone: 6831 4374

4. The Benjamins – mason jar shakes with loads of toppings

Take a trip down memory lane with the Fairy Pebbles Shake ($16) featuring local sweet treats
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There’s only one word to describe the food served at The Benjamins – wacky. Their mason jar shakes are packed to the brim with toppings and slathered in sticky chocolate sauce. Among their overflowing milkshake creations is the Fairy Pebbles Shake ($16) which has toppings like fruity pebbles, cotton candy and local treats like ice gem biscuits and biscuit piring crackers.

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The Unicorn (from $16) milkshake might look a cake at first glance, but underneath that whipped cream mane is actually a red velvet cupcake flavoured milkshake. Topped with meringues and sitting in a cloud of cotton candy, this creation is a treat for both the eyes and the tastebuds.

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If bubble tea is your thing – which is the case for most of us – then try their Bubble Toast ($6.90).

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The Benjamins also has savoury dishes which can be just as over-the-top. Try the Cheese Lover ($19), made of crispy waffles and fried chicken with macaroni, topped with a melted blend of cheddar, Monterey jack and mozzarella.

Address: 583 Orchard Road, Forum the Shopping Mall, #01-20/21, Singapore 238884
Opening hours: Thu – Sun 10.30AM-9PM | Fri – Sat 10.30AM-9.30PM
Telephone: 6887 4117

5. Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go – located in Orchard

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Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go is located in Hotel Jen Tanglin, and you’ll be able to sip on their milkshakes from their tall stools at the bike-supported table. You don’t have to be staying in the hotel to access this area, making it a good place to rest your legs at after a long day of retail therapy.

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They have 4 flavours, namely Melted Peanut ButterMalteada De OreoPinkyfreakshake and the Death by Brownie all of which cost only $11. Served with cubes of chocolate brownie, Death by Brownie is just short of a candle to make for a good birthday celebration drink. If you prefer something lighter, opt for Pinkyfreakshake, a strawberry milkshake topped with strawberry wafers and ice gems biscuits.

You’ll find a table held up by an old bike instead of table legs
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Address: 1A Cuscaden Road, Lobby, Hotel Jen Tanglin, Singapore 249716
Opening hours: Daily, 6.30AM-12AM
Telephone: 6831 4374

6. The House of Robert Timms – Australian style cafe

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The House of Robert Timms serves up hearty Australian brunch platters and a range of rice box sets like Baby Back Ribs ($17.90) served with baked potato, veggies and quinoa. They also have vegetarian options like Miso Marinated Tofu ($12.90) which includes quinoa topped with avocado, barley and Lamington – an Australian sponge cake dessert.

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Finish it off with a giant milkshake. For the chocoholic, they have Cocoa Carousel ($16) which is loaded with pretzels and cake. But if you’re not in the mood for something so rich, The Vanilla Bon Bon ($16) is another fun drink, which comes with an entire donut topped with marshmallows, rainbow sprinkles, and chocolate sauce.

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Address: 8A Marina Boulevard, #B2-11, Marina Bay Link Mall, Singapore 018984
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 7.30AM-7.30PM
Telephone: 6509 8117

Over-the-top milkshakes in Singapore

A little dose of sugar can make us all feel better, so if treat yourself to these thicc, sweet and overflowing freakshakes once in a while. And since they are so big, share the calories with a friend or a date for a super sweet time together.

Giordan Neoh

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