Macaron Shops in Singapore

Obolo macaron $2.40 each

Thought the shell was pretty shallow but good crunchy texture on the surface.
The firm ganache filling was undoubtedly thickest I have come across in SG.
Hazelnut one, the flavour was lacking, tasted more like just chocolate. Salted caramel was good but too salty! Looking on taste improvements on these gems.

TWG (no picture taken) $2 each

All the macarons offered are tea infused flavours.
Of course, TWG being the tea house.
However, the texture is lacking.
And the tea infused flavours didn’t work quite well for us.

The Sweet Spot $24 for a 12-piece box

Sweet Spot
I am taking these macarons as the best to be found in Singapore.
I’m seeing Pierre Herme’s macaron shadows in the texture and taste here.
Try them out if you haven’t.

Jean Phillippe Darcis

Jean Phillippe Darcis
Available from the food hall basement of Takashimaya and also Marina Bay Sands hotel. These are air-flown (daily) from Belgium.
$3 each.  I was disappointed with the flavours, thin ganache filling.
Chewy textures to the pistachio flavour. Praline one was slightly better.

Bakerzin (no picture taken) approx. $2 each
Only the chocolate flavour is well made, good tasting ganache and firm filling.
The rest of the flavours constructed with weak buttercream, weak and d disappointing.

Pave’s lavender chocolate macaron $3.50

Pavé [Closed down]
Rare oblong macaron available in Singapore. Interesting. The texture and lavender chocolate filling were spot on.
Note: Pavé outlet at East Coast Road has ceased operation. Pavé chocolate products are available online ( at Marina Square, at a chocolate speciality shop named URSS Chocolatier (#02-261).

Centre PS 5-piece box macaron $10

Centre PS

We thought that the flavours were quite good, shell texture were great.
Just one little thing that irks me, the colours are too animated, that’s just me.

Bonheur Patisserie’s petits cakes

Finally, here are the macarons tasted from Bonheur Patisserie.
Ironically, they haven’t started selling them yet.
Available as part of the petit cakes I bought.
Still, I love the green tea and the chocolate & lavender mini macarons already.
Love the texture of the shell and ganache. Flavours are great!

Jewel Artisan macaron and praline chocolate

[Closed Down] Jewels Artisan Chocolate‘s macarons are quite good in texture wise.
The winner was the kaya flavour.

For Parisian made macarons, check out Macarons Macarons from Paris!

~ Updated on 21-May-2013 ~

Canele’s Macarons! Salted caramael (left) Feulletine (right) S$2.50 each

Cake & Macarons from Canelé Pâtisserie

Canelé Patisserie Macarons

The classic salted caramel macaron S$9.10

(Large size) Hediard Macaron of the month (Mar-2013)

(Large size) Hediard’s Macaron of the month (Oct-2011) 

Large sized macaron is also available at Au Chocolat (@ MBS); Paul Bakery (@ Ngee Ann City); Robert Timms (@Wheelock Place).

Dolcetto’s macarons. A box of 6-piece at S$12. Note that here is the only place that sells savoury flavours including Squid Ink shells & Smoked Salmon cream cheese filling.

Dolcetto by Basilico

Patisser G’s Macarons. S$3 each – Yuzu raspberry (top) Salted Caramel (bottom).

Patisserie G

Sophie’s chocolate macaron (S$2) at the back.

Sophie Bakery

That’s the update for 2013.
Check back with this post.
I will be updating it from time to time depending on the new pastry shops sprouting around Singapore.

Maybe, I should put up an entry of Macarons of 2010 – 2012, Macarons of 2013, etc.
We shall see.


  • Obolo (112 Katong Mall)
  • Sweetspot (Marina Bay Sands Hotel’s Lobby)
  • Bakerzin (Branches islandwide)
  • Jean Phillipe Daris (Marina Bay Sands shopping arcade)
  • Canele Patisserie (Branches islandwide)
  • Hediard (Tanglin Road)
  • Sophie Bakery (Tanjong Pagar)
  • Centre PS (Tiong Bahru)
  • Patisserie G (Millenia Walk)
  • Dolcetto (The Regent Hotel)
  • Bonheur Patisserie (Tanjong Pagar)
  • TWG (Branches islandwide)
  • many others still to be reviewed…

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