Picture this. You’re scrolling through Instagram and you notice, oh no, it’s your friend’s birthday. You glance up at the calendar and it’s also your wedding anniversary. Not to mention, your cousin’s graduation party is starting in 1 hour and it’s your duty to get the cake. Envisioning your bleak future, you crumble on your knees as tears streamed down your face. However, it’s not too late with Cake Delivery Singapore‘s express cake delivery service.

We got the 9.5inch Build Your Own (BYO) Cake (12 slices) which includes the following flavors:

  • Mao Shan Wang Chocolate Cake
  • Chocolate Fudge
  • Chocolate Ganache
  • Rainbow Cake
  • Chocolate Rainbow
  • Bubblegum Cake
  • Yuzu Osmanthus
  • Carrot Cake
  • PB&J Cake

Before diving into the individual flavors, let’s talk about the great delivery service they boast.

1 Hour Cake Delivery Service

Cake Delivery Singapore crowns themselves as the best cake delivery service in Singapore. From urgent orders, which demands a cake in an hour, to a thoughtful birthday surprise for your loved ones at the stroke of midnight, they got you covered.

The cakes aren’t too pricey as well. At an average price of S$65 per cake (9.5”), which amounts to roughly S$5.5 per slice.

The BYO cakes are slightly pricier (ours was S$99 for 12 slices when we got it at a discount). But that’s because you get to mix and match your flavors, which in my opinion, beats a regular cake with a singular flavor. (I believe in polygamy when it comes to cakes).

Which Flavor’s The Best?

Without further ado, let’s talk about the flavors.

The Yuzu Osmanthus is no doubt my favorite, albeit lacking the aroma and sweetness from the osmanthus department. It was light and fluffy with a sharp tang from the yuzu. Very sour and refreshing, and not decadent at all.

Next on the list is the Ondeh Ondeh, inspired by local flavors. It consists of 3 layers of pandan sponge cake with gula melaka sandwiched between, followed by a generous grating of coconut shavings on top. Overall just a very fragrant and light treat.

The Mao Shan Wang Chocolate Cake is a controversial one. Durian fanatics who demand the pungent fruit to dominate the entire flavor profile will not be happy about Cake Delivery’s take on this. The durian spread, although fragrant, only took up a sliver of space in the cake (yes, that measly layer in the middle). It wasn’t for me. But objectively, I can’t discredit this for the audience who prefer milder tastes.

Other flavors that I managed to try, but are not part of this BYO Cake, was the Chocolate Truffle which is dense, moist, and packed with a rich, dark chocolate flavor.

Their Cheesecakes have a really nice creamy texture. The flavors include Biscoff, Strawberry, Blueberry, Oreo, and the recently popular Burnt Cheesecake. Besides their Burnt Cheesecake- which has a burnt-caramelized overtone- the four other variations didn’t have a distinctive flavor, ie it tasted more like cream cheese than its intended flavor.

Birthdays, Anniversaries, Graduation Ceremonies…

Besides cakes, you can add on balloons, flowers, and plush toys for any special occasions such as birthdays, Mother’s Day, anniversaries and graduations.


Cake Delivery isn’t just a cake delivery service. It’s a one-way ticket out of being judged as a bad friend or partner who can’t even remember their birthdays or anniversaries.

*This article is written in collaboration with Cake Delivery SG

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