“We’ve evolved over the last nine years and expanded our repertoire from plated desserts to include interactive edible art installations all over the world. I was inspired to create a different way of presenting sweets and wanted to combine everything together in a fun and engaging way. So I decided to incorporate the edible art aspect into the 2am: dessertbar experience for a unique twist,”

says Wong. The bar features an openconcept kitchen—which affords customers a full view of the preparation and plating of its exquisite desserts to encourage interaction between the patrons and chefs. Having established itself 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.

Address:  21a Lorong Liput S277733
Opening Hours:  
Tuesday - Friday: 3pm – 2am (last order: 1:30am)
Saturday - Sunday: 2pm – 2am (last order: 1:30am)
Closed Mondays
Notes:
  • Minimum spending of $15/guest on Fridays/Saturdays/Eve of Public Holidays/Public Holidays.
  • No children under 10 years of age are permitted after 8pm on these days: Fridays/Saturdays/Eve of Public Holidays/Public Holidays.
  • Dresscode: Casual. No slippers or Flip Flops.
T:  +65 6291 9727
E:  info@janicewong.com.sg
Website:  www.2amdessertbar.com
Facebook:  2amdessertbar
Instagram:  #2amdessertbar
* Set menus are available on weekdays only.

On the 17th of August 2016 Chef Janice Wong will open a new restaurant JANICE WONG SINGAPORE at 93 Stamford Road, National Museum of Singapore. Spanning over 1500 sq ft, this will be the flagship for her sweets retail shop including a 40-seat restaurant. It will be the only sweets boutique in Singapore that creates interactive, edible art for imaginative souls, in an era that craves personal expression and embraces nostalgic. With the new sweets boutique, Wong aims to inspire customers with her own memories she experienced as a child, through a wonderland filled with Marshmallow Paintings ($16), Chocolate Bonbons ($3.50), Chocolate Balloons and Kites (from $55), assorted spherical Cake ($10), Fruit Rolls ($9) and more. For those who are inspired to create their own chocolate art, Chocolate Paint ($15) with up to 38 colours including flavours like passionfruit, green mango and smoked chocolate are also available.

“There are over 70 types of sweets to choose from and I hope the interesting presentation of these nostalgic flavours and whimsical creations will give customers a familiar yet exciting time at our sweets boutique,” shares Wong.

2016 will also mark the inaugural launch of a Mod-Chinese savory menu collaboration between Chef Ma (co author of DIM SUM 2013). The restaurant will also be serving 10 of 2am: dessertbar’s Signature progressive award winning desserts as well as a full beverage menu with wines, cocktails, coffee and tea.

Address:  93 Stamford Road, National Museum Singapore, 01-06, S178897
Opening Hours:  
Tuesday – Sunday: 11am – 6pm (last order 5pm)
Closed Monday
T:  +65 9712 5338
E:  info@janicewong.com.sg
Website:  www.janicewong.com.sg
Facebook:  chefjanicewong
Instagram:  #Janicewong2am

Janice Wong Dessert Bar, Japan

ANA Foods Co., Ltd. has opened a dessert bar “JANICE WONG” for the first time in Japan at NEWoMan, a commercial facility of Shinjuku Station’s New South Exit Area on the 15th April 2016.

“JANICE WONG”, a dessert bar opening in Japan offers a new experience, a combination of plated dessert dishes and alcohol as the main beverage. Plated desserts are prepared right in front of guests thanks to an open kitchen, which is directly connected with counter seats for diners to watch. Adventurous and playful Janice gives each dessert its own story for the pursuit of women’s delight. “JANICE WONG” will provide diners the opportunity to truly relax and be entertained in the environment where everything is made to be a work of art through an experience that redefines the genre.

This shop facing Koshu Kaido and in line with JR Shinjuku stations Koshu Kaido ticket gates fascinates passers with the dessert styling on show in the kitchen. The chic and mellow space comes from extensive use of Janice Wong's signature black motif accented with the multicolored desserts. There is also a warm coziness as the interior and chef and customer come together as a single creation. The unified kitchen and counter kitchen gives diners front row seats to the creation process, enhancing their expectations of taste and heralding a whole new dessert experience.

As a chef/artist I am drawn to create beautiful desserts and art. Japan is a country with a strong, unique identity which helps individuals push themselves to do more than what they can imagine themselves of doing. Japan has inspired me greatly with beauty and never fails to amaze with the array of beautiful ingredients. I look forward to giving back to Japan through my deserts, with the beauty that inspired me from the beginning.

Address:  NEWoMan 2F 5-24-55 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0051 JAPAN
Opening Hours:  
Monday – Sunday : 11am – 11pm (last order: 10pm)
T:  +81 03 6380 0317
E:  info_janice@ana-foods.co.jp
Website:  www.janicewong.jp
Facebook:  Janicewong2am
Instagram:  #Janicewong2am

JANICE WONG MGM

At Janice Wong MGM, sweet dreams are made of these: homemade Italian gelato; dainty pastries and tarts; sublime cakes and eclairs; an amazing array of handmade chocolates; and one of the biggest chocolate fountains in the world.

Janice Wong MGM is the vision of Janice Wong, voted Asia’s Best Pastry Chef for 2013 and 2014 at the prestigious San Pellegrino Asia Top 50, as well as Pastry Chef of the Year in 2011, 2013 and 2015 by World Gourmet Summit.

Janice Wong MGM is a sweets shop where customers can observe a live chocolate, crepe and dessert station, take out confectioneries and pastries or dine in for a sweet dessert experience. It is also the place for artisanal coffee and tea, as well as delectable savory items, which can be shared on a charming terrace surrounded by the Spectacle digital display and beside one of the biggest chocolate fountains in the world – a 7.3-meter high sculpture spouting rivers of dark, milk and white chocolate.

Visionary, artist, author, culinary stylist and photographer, Chef Janice Wong says, “Your world is your imagination. I am driven by a continuous pursuit of perfection and reflecting an appreciation for imperfection in my craft. This pastry concept I have created is the epitome of the pastry dream where one can smell, taste and feel all things sweet. It is the modern day sweets wonderland marrying pastry and art together.”MENU

Address:  Avenida Da Nava Desportiva, Cotai, Macau (Located in the lobby)
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily
T:  (853) 8806 2338 
Website:  www.mgm.mo