17 popular donuts in Singapore with oozy fillings that sell out quickly

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Everybody loves a fluffy ring of fried dough, but do you know where to find the best donuts in Singapore? Besides Krispy Kreme of course.

Donuts are surprisingly complicated, with several popular styles, from classic plain sugar donuts, to Italian bomboloni, and American donuts.

If you want the best donuts in Singapore that are “so fluffy I’m gonna die” then you’ve come to the right place. I can guarantee that these are the bomb(oloni).

Burnt Ends Bakery

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Price: S$24/half dozen, S$52/baker’s dozen

If you’re hunting for the best donuts in Singapore, maybe consider getting these babies from 1-michelin-starred Burnt Ends Bakery. Burnt Ends’ donuts are as much of a hot commodity as their seats, so much so that it’s a 1 month wait.

The dough is supple, dreamily fluffy, and tears apart with ease to expose a glut of filling. Go for the passionfruit curd—the punchy zest is the perfect foil to the rich dough.

Pre-order from their website.

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📍 20 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088391
🗓️ 11:45am–11pm (Mon–Tues, Thurs–Sat), 11:30am–23:00pm (Wed)

Sourbombe Artisanal Bakery

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Price: Varies, but current CNY Huat Box priced at S$48/box of 9

This is a passion project of MasterChef Singapore runner-up Genevieve Lee. Sourbombe’s sourdough bomboloni are perhaps the most popular donuts in Singapore, selling out at light speed.

The donuts came with a gentle crackling crust, complemented by a twangy, airy interior. What truly sets them apart is their crazy range of fillings like Burnt Cheesecake and Pineapple and Cardamom Cream that you can’t find elsewhere.

Pre-Order from their website.

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📍 Home-based baker


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Price: S$20/box of 4, S$30/box of 6, individual donuts from S$4.50–S$5.

Korio is a takeaway kiosk that exploded in popularity on Instagram shortly after opening. The NYC-style Brioche Donuts they make are rich and impossibly fluffy. You’d be hard pressed to find similar donuts in Singapore.

Korio’s range of flavours is pretty extensive too, and is more American-centric. Some you have to try include their Peanut Butter & Jelly and Original Glazed, which carries a unique touch of nutmeg.

Pre-Order from their website.

📍 135 Amoy St, #01-03 Far East Square, Singapore 049964
🗓️ 10am–1pm (Tue–Fri)

Puffs and Peaks

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Price: S$2.90–S$3.80/1pc

Unlike Sourbombe, Puffs and Peaks didn’t have the star power to draw in customers from day 1. However, Puffs and Peaks was such a roaring success that they have since opened a physical outlet.

Looking at the insane queues they drew, they are definitely one of the most sought-after donuts in Singapore. Their flavours are rotated weekly, but previous popular fillings include Taro and Matcha.

Pre-order on their website.

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📍 866A Tampines Street 83, #03-03 Central Community Complex, Singapore 521866
🗓️ 10:30am–5pm (Thurs–Sun)

FLAKE Cronuts

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Price: S$32/assorted box of 6

While this is a list of the best donuts in Singapore, FLAKE’s Cronuts look too appetising to exclude. If you hadn’t guessed, cronuts are a combination of croissants and donuts.

As the name suggests, they flake. If you’re looking for something with a flaky, crispy exterior and soft interior—FLAKE’s cronuts are your answer. Not to mention a ton of unique fillings like Maple Peanut Butter and Key Lime.

Pre-order from their website.

📍 Home-based baker

YY Kafei Dian

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Price: S$1

Plain sugar donuts are one of everyone’s favourite childhood snacks. YY Kafei Dian’s version of the timeless rendition is the best plain sugar donuts in Singapore.

Not to mention these nostalgic treats are available at just S$1 a pop too. Chewy and softer than any bakery version—you don’t want to miss this.

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📍 37 Beach Rd, #01-01, Singapore 189678
🗓️ 7:30am–7pm (Mon–Fri), 8am–7pm (Sat–Sun)

City Donuts

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Price: $1.30-$2.80

City Donuts look like they belong in the same class as some of the artisan donuts previously mentioned.You’d be surprised to know that their donuts are actually quite affordable and lean towards bakery-styled donuts.

If you want unique flavours, no other donuts in Singapore have the same local flair. Their unapologetically local variants like Pulut Hitam, Ondeh-Ondeh and Milo Dinosaur have gotten them plenty of fans.

📍 No. 2 McCallum St, Singapore 069043
🗓️ 9am–6pm (Mon—Sat)

Haritts Donuts & Coffee

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Price: S$23.80/assorted box of 6, S$39.50/assorted box of 12

If there’s one donut that I’d describe as not just fluffy but also bouncy, its Haritts. The supple donuts literally ricocheted when I bit down on them.

You can find simpler flavours such as Cinnamon Currants and Earl Grey, but their star is the Pistachio. The emerald-hued filling hits with a luxurious aroma that will leave you craving for more.

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📍 2 Havelock Rd, #01-08, Singapore 059763
🗓️ 11:30am–6pm (Wed–Fri, Sun)

Simple Café

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Price: S$19.80/box of 4

Simple Café is a small café located at NEWest which oozes fairy-tale Taiwanese Café vibes. While they have a range of bakes like tarts and swiss rolls, their stuffed donuts are their signature item.

Made to have a nice chewy texture, each of these donuts are filled with a generous amount of filling. Flavours lean more towards the Asian palate, with special local-leaning flavours like Milk Tea and Orh Nee.

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📍 1 W Coast Dr, #01-87 Newest, Singapore 128020
🗓️ 09:30am–7:30pm (Tues–Sun)

Common Man Stan

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Price: Approx. S$5

Common Man Stan has a Donut Friday which introduces a special donut every week. It’s perfect for those looking for exciting new flavours. They are also some of the photogenic donuts in Singapore.

Some of their eye-catching featured flavours included Champagne Strawberry, Blueberry Balsamic Mascarpone, and Blueberry Lemon. While you’re there, you can pair it with a cuppa from Common Man themselves.

You can make a reservation to dine in here.

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📍 Stanley St, 11-12, Singapore 068730
🗓️ 7:30am–5:30pm (Daily) (Donuts only available on Fridays)

Nassim Hill Bakery

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Price: S$14/box of 4

Maybe more known for being a nice casual date spot, Nassim Hill Bakery has gotten a bit of attention for their filled brioche bomboloni recently.

Can you blame the hype? Look at these chubby balls, piped to the brim. It’s hard not to want to dig into the decadent ooze of glossy Chocolate cream and luscious house-made Kaya. To say they’re rich is an understatement.

Pre-order from their website.

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📍 56 Tanglin Rd, #01-03, Singapore 247964
🗓️ 8am–10pm (Tue–Sun)

Doughnut Shack

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Price: S$14/assorted box of 6, S$47/assorted box of 20

If you’re looking for the best donuts in Singapore, it only makes sense a place like Doughnut Shack would be on your radar. Unlike most other places, they serve both the holed variety and bomboloni.

Doughnut Shack’s main draw is their insane range of flavours which extends beyond 10 varieties. Those with a sweet tooth would find it hard to resist their Creme Brulee and Pistachio Ganache, which incorporates a velvety white chocolate.

Pre-order from their website.

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📍 87 Whampoa Dr, #01-887, Singapore 320087
🗓️ 11am–5pm (Wed–Sun) or until sold out

Plain Vanilla

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Price: S$13.50/assorted box of 3

If there were things that people associate with Plain Vanilla, it’s their rustic décor and cupcakes. However, did you know they secretly made some mean donuts?

They are sold limited quantities only sold thrice a week, so it’s a bit of a hassle to get these donuts. But it’s all worth it when you see some of their beautifully-presented varieties like Raspberry Rose and Vanilla Bean Malt.

Pre-order from their website.

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📍 1D Yong Siak Street, Singapore 168641
🗓️ 8am–9pm (Fri–Wed), 8am–9pm (Thurs)

IO Italian Osteria

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Price: S$12

If you haven’t realised, “bomboloni” is an Italian word. So, it’s only fair to include a few donuts from authentic Italian places.

It’s not on their regular menu, but the Bomboloni can sometimes be found on IO Italian Osteria’s specials menu. It’s a pretty solid one too, especially enjoyable when paired with a scoop of creamy Pistachio Gelato.

You can make a reservation to dine in here.

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📍 4 Hillview Rise, #02-01 Hill V2, Singapore 667979
🗓️ 8am–9pm (Fri–Wed), 8am–9pm (Thurs)

The Fat Kid Bakery

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Price: S$20/box of 4, S$40/box of 8

With a name like Fat Kid Bakery, you know you will be fed glamorously no matter what you order. Seriously, you have to wonder if the name refers to those engorged spheres of fluffy goodness.

Besides being stuffed to the brim like in true fat kid fashion, they also come out with some quirky flavours. Who wouldn’t want a taste of Brown Butter Apple Cinnamon or their CNY specials like Mango Sago?

Pre-order from their instagram bio.

📍 Home-based baker

Red Sparrow

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Price: S$13/5pcs

Probably the most unique item on this list, these Ca Phe Banh Ran or Coffee-Glazed Vietnamese Donuts are a nice contrast to the more Western-influenced donuts in Singapore. This would definitely satiate coffee lovers.

They sport the same airy bite and crispy glazed bite as your favourite Krispy Kreme originals, with an added caffeine touch. With a prestigious Vietnamese restaurant like Red Sparrow behind these, you can’t go wrong.

You can make a reservation to dine in here.

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📍 11 Dempsey Rd, #01-18 Dempsey Hill, 249673, Singapore 249673
🗓️ 11am–11pm (Daily)

Madd Pizza

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Price: S$3

A pizza place for donuts? You’d be surprised by the list of places churning out amazing dishes you wouldn’t expect from them. MAD in particular, had some people praising their bomboloni over pizzas.

A Bombolone here only sets you back S$3, which is pretty affordable for a restaurant setting. It’s supposedly airy and fluffy and it’s custard filling silky and elegantly kissed with vanilla.

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📍 19 Haji Ln, Singapore 189212
🗓️ 12pm—1opm (Tues–Sun)

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