If you can dream it, Singapore bakery Susucre can turn it into a cake or a dessert for you – and we promise they taste as good as they look
The one thing better than eating a great cake? Having one that looks spectacular. For this tall order, the first name that comes to our minds is Susucre, a bakery in Singapore that makes delectable confectionery that are too beautiful to eat, and too gorgeous to forget.
These folks are as much artists as they are top-notch bakers. Each one of their wondrous creations is customised, and there is, as we’ve so delightfully experienced, nothing that they can’t do – we have had a unicorn, a book, an ocean filled with sea creatures and a scuba diver, a cat, a dog, and a robot for our birthday and other celebration cakes! So, it’s hardly a surprise that their bridal centrepieces have graced the pages of glossy local magazines including Prestige, Her World Brides, Female Brides, and Style Weddings.
Dramatic appearances aside, Susucre puts a lot of effort into refining the taste of its confectioneries, all of which are made from scratch with premium ingredients. Delicate little sculptures – think sugar flowers (that look dangerously real), animals and what-have-yous – on the cakes are crafted by skilled hands with fondant, and you can choose from a range of lovely flavours like red velvet and chocolate.
More than just a bakery in Singapore, Susucre also offers various decorating classes for home bakers looking to up their cake game. Recent workshops include a handbag cake session for beginners, a cake pop course and a figurine step-by-step, held at its new(ish) shop-cum-studio at Joo Chiat. Spots for their classes are limited, so book fast if something tickles your fancy. Otherwise, stuffing our faces with delicious cake is going to be just as awesome. Forks up!
This article is sponsored by Susucre.