Japanese Cheesecake is light, fluffy and soft, unlike its counterpart, the American cheesecake which is heavy and rich. Due to the texture of Japanese Cheesecake, you would be able to eat more.
The first Japanese Cheesecake to sell in Singapore is the Miki Ojisan Japanese Cheesecake, to date
BreadTalk also offer the Japanese Cheesecake. As BreadTalk is found at every corner of Singapore, it is easy to satisfy the Cheesecake craving by turning to them.
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Fiesta Japanese Cheesecake
The Fiesta Japanese Cheesecake comes in different flavours such as original (my favourite), chocolate and matcha
You can find find them at Ichiban Boshi and Ichiban Sushi and selected Kuriya Japanese Fresh Fish Market and Men-ichi outlets.
For the full list of Ichiban Boshi outlets, click here.
For the full list of Ichiban Sushi outlets, click here.
Blk 20 Lor 7 Toa Payoh #01-748 Singapore 310020
Tel: +65 9060 1531
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday 0800 to 1900 or while stock last; Saturday – Sunday and Public Holilday 0800 to 1700 or while stock last. Closed on Mondays.
Kiroi Freshly Baked Cheesecake was originally located at Bukit Merah, now they have shifted to Toa Payoh. A limited number of Kiroi cheesecake are baked per day. It offers four flavours; original, panda, strawberry and oreo crumbles. Kiroi cheesecakes has some raisins at the bottom of the cake, I find it very interesting.
Plaza Singapura Outlet – Basement 2
Snaffle’s Cheesecake is in bite-sized and individually wrapped, so it is very convenient.