8 best cheesecake in S’pore that’ll make you forget the calories altogether

We all love cheesecakes, but they come together with such a crap ton of calories that makes most of us stay far away from these delicious slices of heaven. If you, like us, love stuffing your face with cheesecakes yet find yourself having to thread carefully with your cheesecake eating adventures because you don’t want to waste those calories, we have compiled a list of 8 best cheesecakes in Singapore that will make those calories count.

Bakerzin – New York Cheesecake
Despite the many flavors and innovative cheesecakes out there, sometimes it’s just great to return to basics with a simple cheesecake. Topped with raspberry glaze and served with seasonal berries, this treat will have you wanting for more.

Cat and the Fiddle – Everything

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Born from Chef Daniel Tay who also founded Bakerzin, Cat and the Fiddle is an online store that sells cheesecakes in loads of different flavors. Their cheesecake is light, creamy and comes in so many different flavors you wouldn’t know what to pick. Or maybe you should just pick all of them.

Tian Kee & Co. – Toffee Caramel Salted Cheesecake

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Lovers of toffee and salted caramel, you definitely wouldn’t want to miss this Toffee Caramel Salted Cheesecake at Tian Kee & co. because this was the first thing that came to our writers’ mind when we talked about the best cheesecake in town. And to top it off? It’s pretty affordable, don’t you think?

Cake Spade – Strawberry Tofu Cheesecake

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If you’ve thought that tofu and cheesecake should never be used together, you’ve never tried the Strawberry Tofu Cheesecake offered by Cake Spade. People who don’t really like heavy cheesecakes will love this.

D’Good Cafe – Maple Sea Salt Cheesecake

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We heard that this cheesecake is to die for. The sweet maple combines marvelously with the rich cheese  and sea salt, and tops it off with an awesome crust.

Flor Patisserie – Strawberry Souffle

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Flor Patisserie is a Japanese-styled patisserie serving authentic Japanese-inspired French pastry and their Strawberry Souffle has a light Japanese cheesecake layer as base with the sour strawberry giving this delectable treat a kick.

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Patisserie G – Lychee Rose Cheesecake

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When you take your first bite, you’ll be surprise to note that the hint of lychee, rose and cheese did not overpower, and instead blend harmoniously to give you that gastronomic delight.

Starbucks – Cookie Crumble Cheesecake

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Yes, we know that when we mention Starbucks, chances are cheesecakes wouldn’t even come to your mind. For fans of cheesecakes that are harder, this might just be the perfect place for you to get your perfect fix of cheesecakes. The cookie crumble cheesecake comes highly recommended by almost everyone in the office.

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