[Updated 2017] The Mille Crêpe Cake has slowly found its way to popularity in Singapore. The word mille means “a thousand”, implying many layers of crêpe (like very thin pancake) stacked up together.

Most of the crepe cakes in Singapore contain between 10 to 20 layers. Although the components seem straight-forward with layered crepes and pastry cream, the construction is about skills and the perfect recipe.

Every slice has to stay firm and neat after cutting, and still taste light and moist.

You can choose either to peel layer by layer, or take a bite of its entirety. My method is the former.

Here are 14 Mille Crêpe Cakes In Singapore.

Revolution Coffee
Infinite Studio, 21 Media Circle #01-03A Singapore 138562
Tel: +65 6777 2110
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm Daily

Kueh Dadar Mille Crepe
Local celebrity Chef Shen Tan, known for her nasi lemak, has come up with a Mille Crepe Cake that made me travel all the way to Media Circle (which is kind of near Buona Vista).

A Kueh Dadar Mille Crepe, merging cakes of two different cultures today.

Layers of pandan crepe, grated coconut, whipped coconut cream and salted gula melaka, is like having the best of both worlds. The coconut shavings which absorbed drips of gula Melaka was the best part. Wished the crepe texture could be fluffier though.

City Square Mall #01-12, 180 Kitchener Road Singapore 208539
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily

Other branches: West Gate B2, Shaw House B1, Novena Square 2 #01-36/41, Chinatown Point #01-40, Serangoon NEX B2-49A

White Zebra Caramel
Châteraisé is a patisserie from the Yamanashi Prefecture Japan (a land rich in nature), which collaborates with Japanese farmers to use high quality ingredients for their cakes and desserts.

Do you know that their cakes in Singapore are delivered over direct from Japan?

Their White Zebra Caramel Mille Crepe Cake comes with 18 layers of milk crepes, using heavy cream made with fresh milk, butter and honey. Soft and creamy.

[Closed] Koskos
16 Raffles Quay, Hong Leong Building, B1-34, Singapore 048581 (Raffles Place MRT)
Tel: +65 6221 6151
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Mon to Fri)

Rum & Raisin Mille Feuille
Koskos is a hidden find at the basement of Hong Leong Building, founded by the same team behind SPRMRKT.

The Rum & Raisin Mille Feuille ($8.50 for 1 slice, $59.50 for whole) has velvety Crème Chantilly layers with rather intense taste of rum.

If you wonder why the cake taste so ‘alcholic’, the raisins use are soaked in Jamaican dark rum for weeks to infuse the full flavour, then blended so that you can get a mouthful out of every bite.

Alcoholic and creamy – I like. The main challenge though is that the cake overall is rather soft, and may present difficulty if you intend to eat it some time after takeaway.

Lady M
181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central #01-27 & #02-07 Singapore 238896)
Tel: +65 6509 3673
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm, Last order 9:30pm

One Fullerton #01-10, Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213
Tel: +65 6820 0830
Opening Hours: 11am – 11pm (Sun – Thurs & PH), 11am – 12am (Fri, Sat, Eve PH), Last orders 10:30pm and 11:30pm respectively

3 Gateway Drive Westgate #02-25/26 Singapore 608532 (Jurong East MRT)
Telephone +65 6250 8993
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm Daily (Last order 9:30pm)

Green Tea Mille Crepe
The success of the entire Lady M chain from New Year Upper East Side to Singapore can be attributed to its winning Mille Crepe cake.

The Chocolate Mille Crepe (available only at Orchard Central) while costing more than a red-coloured note, with its twenty paper-thin handmade chocolate crêpes alternated with chocolate pastry cream and a caramelized surface, redefined smoothness and elegance for contemporary cakes available in Singapore’s cafe. Rich yet not indulgent.

By a small margin, I still prefer the Green Tea Mille Crepe ($9/slice) where the sweetness of the pastry cream weds the subtlety of the fine green tea powder.

Hasu Confections
POMO #01-16, 1 Selegie Road Singapore
Tel: +65 6255 0346
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 9:30pm

$5.50 Mille Crepe
It is a waste that this bakery café is quite off-the-radar. Probably needs more marketing on their part.

Anyway, they serve up Mille Crepes for only $5.50 (sometimes they have promo which makes that a really good deal), with interesting offering such as Wild Ruby, Matcha, Candy, Snowy Cheese, Banana and Minty Jade.

The original vanilla and green tea looked almost like Lady M’s, tasted almost like Lady M’s, with a different price tag.

First Love Patisserie
Ion Orchard B4-63 and Raffles City B1-67
Tel: +65 2388006 (Ion Orchard), +65 6337 2007 (Raffles City)
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm

OREO Mille Crepe
I didn’t know First Love Patisserie was from Indonesia. The Mille Crepe Cakes can be found in two kiosks in Singapore, with flavours of French Vanilla, Mango, Cappuccino and Tiramisu available only for takeaways at $6.50 per slice.

The cakes based on an old Japanese Hokkaido recipe using natural vanilla beans, doesn’t taste too sweet. I liked its OREO flavour – surprisingly light and creamy.

Udders Pancake
17 Lorong Kilat #01-09 Kilat Court Singapore 598139
Tel: +65 64661055
Opening Hours: 12pm – 11pm (Sun – Thurs), 12pm – 12am (Fri, Sat, Eve PH)

Baileys Tiramisu Crepe Cake
Many know about Udders ice cream, but fewer realise there is an Udders Pancake selling Mille Crepe Cakes at Lorong Kilat.

Their Mille Crepe cakes are made fresh daily using eggs, flour, milk, brown sugar, and molasses. Each crepe cake has around 20 layers of crepe, laid on layer-by-layer with whipping cream and mascarpone cheese.

The Baileys Tiramisu ($11.90) liqueur crepe cake is the eye-catcher, topped with a syringe filled with 100% Baileys Irish Cream (we call that ‘chut pattern’ food). So we squirt the Baileys over the cake before eating it. Emm, fun.

Henri Charpentier – Dempsey Hill Shop
9A Dempsey Road. Singapore 247698 (next to House)
Tel : +65 6479 5518
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm

Japanese style Mille Crepe
The Mille Crepe ($9, also one of the cakes there at the cheaper range) has alternating ten soft flaccid crepes with sweet custard cream.

One of the must-try cakes if you are on a ‘tai-tai’ tea-time outing at Henri Charpentier Dempsey, where booth seats are spacious with silky draping, all looking rather French and romantic.

Doutor Coffee 株式会社ドトールコーヒー
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3, #01-05, 12 Marina Boulevard Singapore 018982
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 9:30am (Mon-Fri), 8:30am – 4:30pm (Sat-Sun)

Matcha Mille Crepe
Matcha please. For those craving for a taste of Japan, Doutor Coffee’s Mille Crepe cakes are flown in from Japan in limited quantities.

One of the few cakes around where there is the more distinct taste of the green tea, matched with smooth and light cream.

Doi Chaang Coffee
321 Clementi Ave 3 #01-02 Singapore 129905
Tel: +65 8161 8621
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm

35 Rochester Drive #01-08 Singapore 138639
Tel: +65 8161 8621
Opening Hours: 8am – 8pm

Matcha and Azuki Mille Crepe
Doi Chaang Coffee offers some of the hugest variety and interesting Mille Crepe flavours in Singapore. 10 in total, priced at $6.90 per slice, $60 for the whole cakes.

The most popular ones being Matcha & Azuki and Earl Grey. Other top flavours include Hokkaido Chocolate Milk, Chocofee Praline (chocolate + coffee), Tiramisu and French Vanilla.

674 North Bridge Rd #01-01 (off Haji Lane) Singapore 188804
Tel: +65 6295 5509
Opening Hours: 11.30am-11pm (Mon-Thurs), 11.30am-1am (Fri/Sat), 11.30am – 10pm (Sun)

Rainbow Mille Crepe
Halal Café I AM has expanded quickly in a short period of time, and a factor for its popularity can be attributed to its colourful Instagram-worthy bakes.

Their photographic Rainbow Mille Crepe Cake ($8.90 per slice, $80 for whole) made by the owner’s mother has white and dark chocolate cream in between layers of crepes, served with chocolate syrup drizzle for a sweet and rich treat.

(Photo credit: @PinkyPiggu)

Classic Cakes
41 Sunset Way, Clementi Arcade #01-06 Singapore 597071
Tel: +65 6762 8019
Opening Hours: 2pm – 9pm (Tues and Sun), 11am – 9pm (Wed – Sat)

Durian Mille Crepe
Classic Cakes at Sunset Way is considered one of the first shops to introduce the Mille Crepe Cake to Singapore. Other than the Original, Chocolate and Coffee flavours, the Apple, Matcha and especially …. Durian Mille Crepes have earned fans with creamy D24 durian fillings.

Its freshly-made vanilla pastry cream, thin eggy crepe layers plus caramelised sugar topping make a wonderful combination.

Dazzling Café Pink
277 Orchard Road #01-12 Orchardgateway Singapore 238858 (Somerset MRT)
Tel: +65 6385 3639
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Sun – Thurs), 11am – 10.30pm (Fri – Sat)

Black Forest Crepe Mille-Feuille
Layers of chocolate crepe with vanilla cream, chocolate mousse and cherries compote ($9).

Paris Baguette
Wisma Atria #02-02 Singapore 238877
Tel: +65 6836 0210

Other branches: Bugis Junction #B1-24, Changi Airport T2 Level 1, JEM #02-20/21, One Raffles Place #B1-01

Oh My Baby Crepe
Korean café Paris Baguette offers two types of Mille Crepe – Oh My Baby and Choco Crepe ($8.50). The original Oh My Baby contains sweet strawberries and light cream, though can be more delicate and less dry.

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  1. Hi,

    A bit surprised Paris Baguette’s crepe cakes didn’t make it [while IAM and Teddy & Me] did. Judging your tastes for a bit :/ but other than that good list~ 🙂


    • Hi EZT, I actually tried Paris Baguette twice. It was my 11th. Yes, I did think about it, my first was okay-dry, the second was horrid. Consistency issues.

      Teddy & Me, several were sub-par, but its yam overall was better than PB. Taste is subjective – depends on what they serve that day anyway. 🙂

  2. Nice list of all the mille crepe places! That udders version does leave me eager to try it soon!

    Maybe if you have the time you can give this cafe called champsserie a try. It’s pretty tucked away at Haw Par Villa but me and my friends came by this little cafe and enjoyed their mille crepes =)

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