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Decadent Delights: Top Chocolate Shops in Singapore

Did you know that dark chocolate with at least 70% or more cacao concentration is packed with more antioxidants than green tea? Consuming no more than one ounce of it a day can be a healthy alternative to drinking tea! 

However, even if you don’t eat chocolates for their limited health benefits, they sure can heal a broken heart or sour mood! 

So, if you’re looking to make someone smile today or simply satisfy your sweet tooth, here are the best places to get chocolates in Singapore! We even included stores that specialise in dark chocolate and Singaporean flavours!

Fossa Chocolate

Address: 30 Gambas Crescent Nordcom II, Enter via Access 1 Take Lift GL2 or GL3 to Level 3 Strictly by appointment only. No walk-in, Singapore 757013

Contact Details: +65 6420 6848

Operating Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm


Fossa Chocolate stands out as a top chocolate brand in Singapore, known for its diverse and unconventional flavour options. From Spicy Mala to Duck Shit Dancong, they excel at transforming unlikely flavours into delectable chocolate bars.

Rest assured, their Duck Shit Dancong doesn’t contain real duck manure. It’s a blend of Dancong tea (translated to “duck poop” in Chinese), longan, and malt, showcasing Fossa’s commitment to distinctive flavours in every bar.

A few of their other popular flavours include Nanyang kopi (coffee), satay sauce, salted egg cereal, and pineapple tart. You can tell from their bestsellers that Fossa pays homage to local flavours, so if that’s what you’re after, this is a shop to look out for! 

Fossa Chocolate also sells vegan chocolate creations for customers with specific dietary restrictions. Their vegan collection, however, is limited.

Unfortunately, requests for vegan versions of their bestsellers are currently unaccepted, but you can order customised chocolates for larger orders for weddings or corporate events. 

If you want to experience what it’s like to make chocolate at Fossa, you can book private or corporate workshops. Ingredients and chocolate flavours will depend on your budget. 

The higher the budget, the more gourmet and unique flavours you’ll be working with! 

Mr Bucket Chocolaterie

Address: 13 Dempsey Rd, #01-03/04, Singapore 249674

Contact Details: +65 8947 0863

Operating Hours: Monday to Wednesday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, Thursday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm, Sunday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm


Mr Bucket Chocolaterie specifically crafts chocolate using cacao beans sourced from all over Asia. If you’re looking for chocolates in Singapore that support Asian farms, then Mr Bucket Chocolaterie should be on your radar. 

One of their most popular treats is the chocolate dragees, which is a type of sweet that consists of nuts and berries covered in dark or milk chocolate. The result is a crunchy and chewy bunch of bite-sized chocolates that burst in flavour once you bite into them. 

Other creations include 60% to 80% dark chocolate bars in flavours like Earl Grey, orange peel, coffee, pepper, and pandan coconut. Seasonal releases like cacao sake, wine, and granules for hot chocolate are also bestsellers (until they run out!). 

Although Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie lacks halal certification, they provide halal ingredients and toppings for customising your chocolate slab. 

Gelatin is not utilised in their chocolate-making process. However, it’s advisable to inform the staff of your dietary preferences for assurance. 

Additionally, the chocolaterie occasionally organises workshops and special events for chocolate decorating. Stay updated by checking their Instagram page or website for further details!

Lemuel Chocolates

Address: 1 Vista Exchange Green, #01-04/05 The Star Vista, Singapore 138617

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm


Before co-founding Lemuel Chocolates in 2017, Ronald Ng harboured a lifelong dream of crafting the finest bean-to-bar chocolate. Starting from a tiny workshop, he meticulously roasted beans and moulded bars from scratch. 

A lot of Ronald’s creations are made with 70% dark chocolate from African, South American, and Asian cacao beans. The dark chocolate base is also used for his cakes, brownies, bonbons, macarons, and even speciality tea. 

A single bar will set you back around $15, while a box of 12 bonbons costs $42. Occasionally, Lemuel Chocolates releases limited edition chocolates for annual celebrations like Lunay Year boxes and hand-painted and crafted Easter Eggs. 

While Lemuel Chocolates offers delivery services for online purchases, they cannot provide this service for items found in their physical store. 

Note that only a select number of chocolate crafts are available online, so if you want to go through all of their offerings, it’s best to visit the physical store. 

You can, on the other hand, pick up your orders between 11:00 am and 8:00 pm daily. Cake and pastry orders are advised to be picked up between 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm only, however. 

Awfully Chocolate

Address: 1 Vista Exchange Green, #02-18 The Star Vista, Singapore 138617 

Contact Details: +65 6345 2190

Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm, Friday, 11:00 am to 11:00 pm, Saturday to Sunday, 8:00 am to 10:00 pm


Established in 1998, Awfully Chocolate aimed to redefine chocolate consumption in Singapore. While chocolate was primarily enjoyed as a pastry during the 1990s, the founders sought to reintroduce chocolate cakes and fudge to the local scene.

The chocolate store is now famous for its Original All Chocolate Cake, which is a simple dark chocolate cake layered with dark chocolate fudge. One of the reasons why it’s so popular is that although it’s covered in chocolate, it’s not overly sweet! 

Other treats you can get at Awfully Chocolate are gourmet bars like roasted soba, black rice, Biscoff batons, caramel brittle, and hazelnut. You can also get a box of gourmet truffles made with dark chocolate and halal-certified ingredients. 

Awfully Chocolate also has a bakery and cafe located along East Coast Road, near the Katong-Joo Chiat district. The cafe sells its famous chocolate cakes, pastries, and drinks like tea, coffee, and of course, hot or iced chocolate. 

Sometimes, Awfully Chocolate releases online exclusives wherein items are only available for online purchasing. 

Most of their items online are also available in-store, but limited edition online releases can only be ordered online and must be reserved in advance. 

If you order online with a total bill of $120 and above, your delivery fee is waived! 

See’s Candies and Chocolates

Address: 583 Orchard Rd, #01-K2, Singapore 238884

Contact Details: +65 6684 2433

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:30 am to 8:00 pm


See’s Candies started as a small son and mother business in the early 20th century. When Mary See’s husband passed away in 1919, her son, Charles See, brought her to California to start a small candy company, selling treats made by Mary See herself. 

Mary See would create candy and chocolates from her kitchen and Charles would sell them in their shop in Los Angeles. Today, See’s Candies is a global brand for all things sweets with iconic treats like chocolate walnut fudge and peanut brittle. 

The brand sells all sorts of chocolate types from dark to milk chocolate as well as special creations for Valentine’s Day and Easter. If you’re looking for chocolates in Singapore that are perfect for gifting, a box from See’s might do the trick! 

There is only one See’s Candies branch in Singapore with limited options on display. If you want to order more batches, we recommend buying from their online store here

Their online stores may send over orders from the United States, so delivery may take a while. 
If you’re unsure of what to get, you can actually ask the staff members to give you samples to try before you make a purchase! 

It’s usually a hit or miss depending on the staff on duty, but you’re likely to get samples if you buy in big batches! 

Embrace Chocolates

Address: 307 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427558

Contact Details: +65 6684 2433

Operating Hours: Tuesday, 11:00 am to 3:30 pm, Thursday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday, 11:00 am to 3:30 pm


Embrace Chocolate founder Namita first learned how to make chocolate during a trip to Bali. Her interest in the craft brought her to chocolate festivals around the world and pushed her to take online courses from Ecole Chocolat Canada. 

After completing the course, she set out to open Embrace Chocolate and create bars, truffles, and bonbons using natural ingredients. Her speciality is dark chocolate with bars ranging from 65% to even 90% and made from cacao beans from around the world. 

Her most famous creation is the 65% Mocha Bar made with cacao beans from the Puentespina Farm in the Philippines. The bar boasts a balanced flavour of bitterness, nuttiness, and sweetness with hints of fudge and caramel. 

Some of Embrace Chocolate’s bean-to-bar creations are vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free. You can check out the dietary specifications on their website as well as allergen warnings. 

Do note that while some items can be customised to fit specific dietary restrictions, the chocolate bars are made in a facility that also processes dairy and nuts. 

To make sure that your orders will not be contaminated, you can give Embrace Chocolate a call. 

Janice Wong

Address: 290 Orchard Rd, #B1 – k28 Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 238859

Contact Details: +65 9233 7547

Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm, Friday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm, Saturday, 9:00 am to 10:00 pm, Sunday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm


If the West has Willy Wonka, then Asia has Janice Wong. Known for her innovative techniques in making candy and chocolates, Janice Wong is arguably Singapore’s most famous chocolate maker. 

Her creations don’t just look good, but they taste good. Her chocolates come in many shapes and sizes as well as colours and flavours like laksa leaf lemongrass, kaffir lime caramel, chilli padi, gula melaka pandan, and bakkwa chicken praline. 

She also releases classic flavours like pistachio, salted caramel, and strawberry, but her Singapore Signature Series is a must-try for anyone exploring local flavours for the first time. Each piece is handcrafted to perfection, so don’t miss out on them! 

Tip: If you want to buy chocolates from Janice Wong as gifts, you can customise a gift box of 5 to 25 pieces per order. You can mix and match different flavours and collections into one box here

Address: 391 Orchard Rd, # B2 – 29 Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238873

Contact Details: +65 6935 2603

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 9:30 pm


If you have a penchant for dark chocolate, look no further than The Dark Gallery. This boutique chocolate cafe specialises in meticulously crafted dark chocolate creations, starting at 66% cacao content.

The Dark Gallery’s bonbons and pralines don’t look like dark chocolate, however. The creations are hand-painted with edible paint and infused with all sorts of natural ingredients like toasted almonds, peppermint, matcha, and strawberry. 

A box of 6 treats costs an average of $25 per order, but you can order up to 16 pieces a box. You have the option to customise flavours for your order, but such requests usually take a little longer to fulfil and are subject to availability! 

If you’re gifting a box of The Dark Gallery’s chocolates to someone, you can actually send a message along with your order for free! 

The shop’s online portal allows you to write a short message for the receiver, but you’re only limited to 20 words. 

Their delivery fees start at $12 on a weekday with a delivery window between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm. 

If you need to get your orders delivered as soon as possible, or during a specific date, The Dark Gallery allows third-party couriers like Lalamove to process the same-day delivery. 

Charges will vary and requests must be sent to this email first! 

Beryl’s Chocolates

Address: 15 Haji Ln, Singapore 189208

Contact Details: +65 6513 2580

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm


Beryl’s Chocolates from Desa Serdang, Malaysia, have become a favourite among budget-conscious Singaporeans. Their Dragees Chocolate Series offers a range of flavours including dark, white, milk, and green tea chocolates.

The dragees are filled with macadamia nuts, almonds, or raisins, but if you can’t decide on what to get, you can order a jar of assorted dragees. Moreover, Beryl’s Chocolates also sells chocolate bars, bite-sized tiramisu balls, and single-origin bars for baking. 

Their darkest chocolate features 70% cacao content made with beans from Vietnam, Tanzania, Malaysia, Madagascar, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. All of their chocolates are halal-certified, making them popular gifts during Hari Raya. 

Tip: While Beryl’s Chocolates has a branch in Singapore, they currently only offer delivery services to West Malaysia. All packages come with an ice pack to ensure your chocolates remain in good shape! 


Address: 232 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058781

Contact Details: +65 6223 3380

Operating Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 10:00 am to 7:30 pm, Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 9:30 pm


Singapore-based chocolate brand Chocoelf is the brainchild of a medical doctor and an experienced chocolate expert who share the same passion for local flavours and sweets. Today, their creations have tapped the hearts of sweet tooths across Asia!

Their motto, “No sugar is better than sugar-ed,” forms the backbone of their joint venture. Through Chocoelf, they aim to produce healthier chocolate options that contain little to no sugar, all the while maintaining flavourful and balanced sweets. 

All of their chocolates are made in their Jurong facility and are infused with iconic Singaporean flavours like kaya (coconut jam) and durian. Other unique creations include chocolate-coated nuts and fruit as well as dessert boxes and mooncakes. 

Chocoelf requires a minimum of four working days to process online orders for bespoke or curated dessert boxes and chocolate bars. You can indicate a specific delivery date or time, but it has to be made with the lead time in mind. 

Note that Chocoelf only offers its delivery services within Singapore. Customers who wish to ship their orders internationally must do so on their own. 

Chocolate Anatomy

Address: 183 Jalan Pelikat, The Promenade@Pelikat, Singapore 537643

Contact Details: +65 9372 4887

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm (By appointment only)


Offering customised dessert boxes, cakes, chocolates, and biscuits, Chocolate Anatomy is known for its chocolate truffles. Founder Rachael opened a small café driven by her passion for the treat, despite having zero experience in the craft. 

While their traditional chocolate truffle is a rich 64%, they also offer unique flavours like mala, espresso, salted caramel, peanut butter, and pandan. During their seasonal releases, flavours like strawberry and raspberry are popular choices. 

Aside from chocolate truffles, Chocolate Anatomy also sells fudge brownies, cupcakes, tarts, and loaf cakes that you can try in their small cafe. If you want to bring some home, they have a pint-sized Netflix & Chill collection that’s designed for takeout orders! 

Chocolate Anatomy has a minimum order requirement of 20 pieces for their chocolate truffles. 

For bigger orders, Chocolate Anatomy strictly operates on an appointment-only basis, so you’ll have to book a slot through this page to finalise your order. 

Any special requests or dietary arrangements must be placed in advance, especially if you’re gifting the chocolates to someone on a specific date. 

If you’re unsure about what to get, you can book a seat for their seasonal omakase before making a purchase! 

Anjali Chocolat

Address: 163 Tanglin Rd, #02-153 Tanglin Mall, Singapore 247933

Contact Details: +65 6509 6800

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm


Anjali Chocolat was founded in 2014 with a single goal of creating chocolates with only 100% natural ingredients. Their From Singapore lah! Collection is one of their most popular releases, featuring local flavours like lemongrass, coconut, and mango. 

They even offer chocolate versions of the iconic Singapore Sling cocktail, Chinese 5-spice, teh tarik (pulled tea), kaya toast (coconut jam), and gula melaka (palm sugar). All ingredients used in this collection are locally grown, sourced, and made! 

Aside from local flavours, Anjali also produces European-style sweets using fresh cream, fruit puree, teas, and dried fruits as fillings or flavourings. You can choose from chocolate lollipops, bonbons, bars, truffles, dragees, and even tasting squares. 

If you order Anjali Chocolates online, you can pick up your orders at the Tanglin Mall branch or set up a delivery date with an additional fee. Rates vary depending on your location, but orders must meet a minimum value of $50 to avail of this service. 

If you order chocolates and sweets with a value of $300 or more, delivery fees will be waived! 
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