Toronto Day 4: Best Japanese Cheesecake in Toronto


After dinner, Ben tempted me to go for the best Japanese cheesecake for dessert because it’s just nearby. How can I resist cheesecake?

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Well, when we arrived at the shop, there was a line outside the shop already. Our wait was going to be about 45 minutes and it’s considered a short wait. Apparently, there is always a line here. Only 12 customers are allowed into the shop at any one time.

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There is also limit to how much one can buy.

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So, we waited patiently and finally, it’s our turn to get into the shop. It was really hot in here. There are only 3 ovens and each oven can accommodate 12 cheesecakes. That’s the reason why only 12 customers are allowed into the shop at a time as they limit 1 cheesecake per customer.

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Hm, the “chef” actually sticked his hand into the batter to fold it.

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Here comes the cheesecake out from the oven.

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Stamping the Uncle Tetsu logo on the cheesecake.

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We had the cheesecake back in the hotel. It was light and you won’t feel guilty eating them.

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You can see the preparation of the honey cake by the window.

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The honey cake is mildly sweet with a denser texture.

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Uncle Tetsu opens early at 7AM.

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