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What we do

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Established since August 2007 as one of the city’s foremost food and drink establishments at its Holland Village location, the 60-seater has once again redefined the dessert experience by pushing the boundaries between sweet and savoury with progressive, carefully researched offerings that are as delectable as they are beautiful.

Why we do

Anyone who says you can’t have dessert for supper clearly hasn’t been proselytised to by this late-night Holland Village sweets bar. After seven great years in which young pastry star Janice Wong defied all industry expectations and racked up a number of accolades – most notably Asia’s Best Pastry Chef awarded by the San Pellegrino Asia Top 50, which she won two years in a row from 2013 to 2014 – her second-floor perch renews its energy with new interiors and an expanded menu of elaborate sweets. The old reclining loungers have been replaced with booth seating with colourful tables, painted with chocolate-inspired art, and concrete dining bar surfaces that give the restaurant an up-to-date industrialchic aesthetic. - Time Out

How we do

About Janice Wong Singapore: Headquartered in Singapore and helmed by brand visionary, Manoj M Murjani (Chairman) and multi award-wining chef, Janice Wong (Chef), the team’s never-ending passion for culinary art has propelled the passion to test the limits of dessert making. An undisputed favourite among sweet-toothed Singaporeans, is our dessert restaurant 2am:dessertbar, which has recently celebrated their twelfth year anniversary, redefining the dessert experience and pushing the boundaries between sweet and savoury with carefully researched progressive dishes. In November 2014 Janice Wong Singapore was rebranded by a dynamic partnership of Manoj M Murjani, Group MMM, and Chef Janice Wong whom co-created and launched the eponymous sweet concept, JANICE WONG Singapore, and recently launched a new concession stand at the world-renowned Harrods department store in London in 2018. In 2019, the company embarked on global collaborations, which include Janice Wong in Paradise City Seoul and Busan, Wonderbox in Seoul. In addition, the company launched a first solo exhibition debuted in Huis Ten Bosch Nagasaki featuring Janice Wong Singapore’s signature edible art works.