*cries in Lactose Intolerance*
Creamy, light, sweet, and tangy— Cheesecake has become one of the most loved desserts for its diverse flavor profile and mouthfeel. And although it can be a recipe for disaster for a lot of lactose intolerant folks, tossing your anti-dairy diet for one slice of cheesecake is worth the struggle.
And if you’ve lived your entire life without knowing this pain— well, good for you. All you need now is the right place for the right cheesecake recipe, and we heard that soon, you’ll be able to try a certain cheesecake chain famous all over the world.
Cheesecake Factory is a restaurant chain is famous for their wide-ranging menu of cheesecakes such as the Original, Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake, Oreo Dream Extreme Cheesecake, and more. Smothered in a giant dollop of whipped cream and assorted toppings, Cheesecake Factory’s success can be attributed to their unique and extensive dessert menu as well as cheesecake lovers all over the world who come to visit.
But now, there’s no need to plan your next vacation abroad, because soon, you’ll be able to taste Cheesecake Factory’s world-famous cheesecakes at selected establishments from specialty stores, hotels, and coffee shops in Metro Manila starting December 1.
We’re excited to find out where we can indulge in Cheesecake Factory’s signature dish, but for now, we’ll just sadly weep into our salads. For more information, check in soon. We’ll make sure to update you on a list of where to find their cheesecakes!
In case you missed it
Cheesecakes – the ultimate sinful dessert that you will gladly break your diet for, with no hesitation. Unlike other confections that may come and go, cheesecake is no longer a trend, but a persistent pleasure – one that we will always welcome with open arms (and mouths).
Who doesn’t love cheesecakes?!
Check out: See all the Buy 1 Get 1 offers you can enjoy here!
Japanese Cheesecake – Fujinoya
Known for their decadent Japanese desserts, bentos, and handcrafted coffee, Fujinoya is a chic café perfect for a true Japanese gastronomic adventure!
Enjoy a Japanese Cheesecake with Hot Latte for only
Red Velvet Cheesecake – M Bakery
A well known bakery from New York, M Bakery is finally in the Philippines. They’re most known for their banana pudding but also have a wide variety of desserts and a whole lot more cheesecake flavours aside from Red Velvet.
Blueberry Cheesecake – The Chocolate Kiss Café
The Chocolate Kiss Cafe serves all-day breakfast, sandwiches, pastas and a number of entrees. You shouldn’t miss their signature cakes which it is actually known for, they also have a variety of cheesecakes aside from Blueberry.
Dulce de Leche Cheesecake – Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew
Tittos offers a playful gastronomic experience planted on Filipino roots with a Latin American twist. They have unique desserts too such as their ube churros and dulce de leche cheesecake.
Insider tip: Ask the waiter about their 'secret bar'.
Insider tip: You can Buy 1 Get 1 Agua Fresca for just ₱110!
Salted Caramel Cheesecake – Cafe Voi La
Cafe Voi La is an Asian-inspired getaway conceptualized by owner, Ica Sebastian. The place is adorned with Asian art and ornaments, oriental displays, and furniture collected from Ica’s many travels around the world. This lovely cafe is vibrant and picture-perfect in all angles.
Frosted Cheesecake with Dulce de Leche Sauce – Cuesina Garden
Cuesina Garden is a bistro that serves some of our most-loved traditional Filipino dishes like beer bone marrow bulalo, kare-kare, crispy pata, and more. When it comes to dessert, they do not disappoint as well with their chocolate sili labuyo lava cake and frosted cheesecake!
Quezo de Bola Cheesecake – MARIQ Cafe + Restaurant
MARIQ is a casual, modern Filipino cafe and restaurant located at the heart of Marikina city. Must-tries are the porchetta, shrimp salpicao, and of course, their IG-worthy, Quezo de Bola Cheesecake.
Premium Cheese Tart – Pablo
Pablo is Japan’s and one of the world’s most popular cheese tart specialists. Their Premium Cheese Tart is just as good as their original flavor but made better with its creme brulee-like texture on top. We know this isn’t exactly a cheesecake, but we just couldn’t resist!
Bibingka Cheescake Soufflé – PILYO
PILYO serves up cheesecake souffles made with Filipino ingredients. They have three flavors – Bibingka Cheesecake Soufflé, Puto Ube Cheesecake Soufflé, and Mamon Cheesecake Soufflé.
Salted Egg Cheesecake Gelato – Manila Creamery
Manila Creamery incorporates the Filipino culture and modern techniques to create world class gelato, made the Manila way.
Matcha Belgian White Chocolate Cheesecake – Izakaya Sensu
From the Raintree group of restaurants (Chelsea Kitchen, Saboten, Museum Cafe and more) comes another new exciting concept featuring an informal Japanese-style gastropub through two new brands. While they’re known for their Omakase Special and Aburi sushi, they have really good matcha desserts too like their matcha chiffon and this beautiful matcha cheesecake!
Camote Cheesecake – Cafe Yagam
Cafe Yagam is a cozy and rustic cafe that serves good food and coffee. Get the seats nearby the fireplace and enjoy a hot cup of cocoa and a slice of their famous Camote Cheesecake while engaging in lively conversations with your friends.
Berry Cheesecake – Yellow Bird Cafe x Kitchen
Yellow Bird is a cafe and restaurant hidden inside a subdivision in Antipolo City. It’s best to visit this place for some brunch and dessert with your friends. Try their bestselling, berry cheesecake!
Milk Cheesecake – Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory
Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory is a dessert souvenir shop widely popular in Japan that just recently opened a few months ago. While they’re most known for their signature cheese cookies, they also serve limited batches of their Milk Cheesecake.
Guess what! Booky has more Buy One Get One promos waiting to be claimed! Just download the Booky app and go to the Buy 1 Get 1 tab to check out all the exciting food you can claim throughout the metro!
Cover image from Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew.