5 patisseries in Singapore to get yule log cakes this Christmas

By Gaelmaine Hoong November 18, 2022
5 patisseries in Singapore to get yule log cakes this Christmas
The Yule Hee Hoo! and The Feline Seduction from Cat and the Fiddle. Photo: Cat and the Fiddle

Fairy lights, pine trees and Christmas tunes can only signal one thing – it’s time to put on your stretchiest pair of pants and eat cake. More specifically, log cakes. 

To help end your festive dinner with a bang, we’ve gathered five patisseries you can get delicious yule log cakes from this festive season. And no, they’re not all chocolate logs.

Best of all, most of them have early bird discounts, so make your orders quickly if you want to get the best value.

Do note that cakes from all patisseries will be available for collection only from Dec 1 onwards. 


1. Patisserie Cle 

79 Lucky Heights and Paya Lebar Office Centre, 01-01, 29 Paya Lebar Road 
Open: Operating hours vary across stores 

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The black forest log cake from Patisserie Cle features layers of cocoa sponge, dark chocolate mousse, vanilla bean chantilly cream and cherries. Photo: Patisserie Cle

Starting as a home-based business, Patisserie Cle has come a long way since it was launched four years ago. The young duo behind the bakery boast an impressive combined resume, with stints at Michelin-starred restaurants such as Les Amis under their belt.  

The bakery launched a Christmas collection featuring classic desserts such as its black forest log cake (S$58 for 4.5 inch, S$98 for 9.5 inch), along with more unique pastries in its Christmas gift box (S$88).

Look forward to a series of nine entremets (layered mousse-based desserts) and tarts in the gift box, including a reindeer and snowman-shaped dessert that is sure to impress guests. 

Note that orders placed before Nov 30 get a discount ranging from S$1 to S$3, depending on the item ordered.

What to order: Festive tea party (S$88), black forest log cake (S$58 for 4.5 inch, S$98 for 9.5 inch), Christmas gift box (S$88)


2. Patisserie Glace 

Various outlets across Singapore
Open: Operating hours vary across stores

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The Christmas Regalia from Patisserie Glace. Photo: Patisserie Glace

Opened in 2008, Patisserie Glace specialises in Japanese desserts. Although the bakery is not halal-certified, its Christmas cakes are Muslim-friendly. 

It has three log cakes available on its Christmas menu – the Christmas Regalia (from S$42.80), Christmas Fraise (from S$44.80) and Christmas Banaan (from S$36.80). 

Those looking for a more classic flavour can opt for the Christmas Regalia, a dark chocolate sponge cake rolled with ganache, while the Christmas Banaan offers something different by combining chocolate meringue with banana and fresh cream. 

Orders made before Nov 30 are entitled to 15 per cent off the total bill with the promotion code “XMAS15”. 

What to order: Christmas Regalia (from S$42.80), Christmas Fraise (from S$44.80), Christmas Banaan (from S$36.80)


3. Cat and the Fiddle 

Various outlets across Singapore
Open: Operating hours vary across stores

The Yule Hee Hoo! from Cat and the Fiddle combines pistachio with raspberry, matcha and cream cheese. Photo: Cat and the Fiddle

Cat and the Fiddle is a halal-certified bakery well-known for its unique cheesecakes inspired by Asian flavours. 

Its crowd-favourite, Yule Hee Hoo! (S$58.90), a pistachio raspberry log cake, will be making a comeback this festive season. Alongside it in the Christmas launch is a dark chocolate cheesecake, The Feline Seduction (S$58.90). While this isn’t technically a log cake, we couldn’t resist including this rich and indulgent flavour to our list. 

As a bonus, orders placed by Nov 30 are entitled to a 25 per cent discount. 

What to order: Yule Hee Hoo! (S$58.90), The Feline Seduction (S$58.90)

4. The Patissier

4 Mohamed Sultan Road 
Open: Monday to Friday (10am to 5pm), Saturday and Sunday (10am to 4.30pm)

The Come(t) Unstuck log cake features strawberry mousse within a charcoal-flavoured Swiss roll, passionfruit curd, and strawberry-flavoured marshmallow encased in white chocolate. Photo: The Patissier

Residing on the lower level of a shophouse along Mohamed Sultan Road, it’s easy to miss The Patissier if you aren’t on the lookout for it. 

This bakery has been in operation for over 20 years, and has built a loyal following for its elegant and delicious cakes. If you’re into the classics, The Patissier might just be your favourite find this year. 

For its Christmas collection, the bakery is launching two log cakes: The chocolate flavoured A-log (S$68) and a passionfruit and strawberry white chocolate log cake, Come(t) Unstuck (S$68). 

Decorations such as the reindeer’s face and the Santa Claus hat used in the Christmas cakes were specially designed and made by the team, adding a special touch to the cakes. 

What to order: A-log (S$68), Come(t) Unstuck (S$68) 

5. Flor Patisserie 

53 Upper East Coast Road and 2 Duxton Hill, 01-01 
Open: Operating hours vary across stores

The buche de noel a la matcha et peche from Flor Patisserie is a peach and matcha cake. Photo: Flor Patisserie

Those looking to shake things up with their desserts this Christmas would want to pay Flor Patisserie a visit. It serves Japanese-inspired desserts with an emphasis on fresh and high-quality ingredients. 

Instead of featuring chocolate log cakes in its Christmas collection, Flor Patisserie features two log cake flavours: Buche de noel a la matcha et peche (S$88.50), a peach and matcha log cake, and a hojicha and mango log cake (from S$62). 

Those who place their orders before Nov 25 are entitled to a 5 per cent discount. 

What to order: Buche de noel a la matcha et peche (S$88.50), hojicha and mango log cake (from S$62), DIY X’mas strawberry shortcake (S$52.80)


Patisserie Glace is on GrabMart, while Cat and the Fiddle and Flor Patisserie are on GrabFood. You can also book a ride to all patisseries mentioned above. 

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Gaelmaine Hoong


Gael comes from a family of picky eaters and she also likes to talk a lot. So, writing about food seems like a reasonable pastime for her.

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