Cheese All That: The Best Cheesecakes to Order Right Now
Must-try versions of the classic dessert.
(SPOT.ph) Cheesecake is a classic dessert that highlights the tanginess of cheese (cream cheese, usually), thus tasting great on its own or as a vehicle for other toppings and flavorings. It’s well-loved by Filipinos and can be found at just about any pastry shop—but some versions stand out among others. We round up the best cheesecakes you can get delivered so you don’t even have to leave the house to quell your craving.
Hit up these places in Manila for amazing cheesecakes you can order for delivery:
Mary Grace Cafe
Mary Grace Cafe proves time and time again to be a reliable option no matter what pastry you’re after. Their Mary Grace Cheesecake (P497/small, P1,238/whole) is just on the right side of dense, with a silky-smooth body and a subtle sweetness that makes it great paired with their famous hot chocolate. You can get your fix by ordering from Mary Grace’s website two days in advance, or through GrabFood.
For orders, check out Mary Grace Cafe’s website or find them on GrabFood.
Yup, there’s more to Nono’s than their famous Chocolate Oblivion! Their Blueberry Cheesecake (P1,555/eight inches) is one of our favorites in Manila for its dense and rich cheese filling, chunky crust, and thick and tart blueberry topping. You can get this cheesecake by calling the store nearest you or by ordering through Foodpanda.
See a list of Nono’s branches and their contact numbers. You can also order by finding Nono’s on Foodpanda.
No meal at Mamou is complete without a serving of their New York Cheesecake with Schlagsahne (P325/slice, P2,900/whole), which is properly dense and creamy as a New York-style cheesecake should be. You can order it delivered by calling the Mamou branch nearest you.
Bizu makes some of the most elegant pastries in town, and their cheesecakes are no exception. There’s the Blueberry Chiboust (P355/personal, P1,225/midi, P1,565/grande), their take on a classic blueberry cheesecake with a creamy cheesecake base, shortbread crust, and blueberry topping. They’re also taking on the Basque Burnt Cheesecake trend with the Bonita (P2,350), which comes topped with strawberry coulis. You can place your orders through their website and pay through Paymaya, GCash, or GrabPay.
For orders, check out Bizu Patisserie’s website.
Mom and Tina’s
There’s no scrimping on Mom and Tina’s Blueberry Cheesecake (P215/mini, P875/six inches), which has a creamy cheesecake base, a good amount of crust, whipped cream, and a fruity blueberry sauce to take the dessert to new heights. You can order through GrabFood or Foodpanda. Out of their coverage area? You can also give them a call, pay via BDO or BPI bank deposit, then book your own courier for pickup.
For orders, contact 0999-885-0092 or 8571-1541. You can also find Mom and Tina’s on GrabFood or Foodpanda.
As the name implies, Wildflour’s take on the cheesecake—dubbed the Mascarpone Cheesecake (P2,950)—uses mascarpone cheese for an ultra-velvety mouthfeel. You can get this simple but stellar pastry from Wildflour’s website, which accepts payments made via PayMongo.
For orders, check out Wildflour’s website.
Workshop has offered the Basque Burnt Cheesecake (P1,500) even before the said cheesecake style started trending in our shores, and their version is wonderfully creamy and lush on the tongue. You can also get it in Calamansi (P1,600), Strawberry (P2,200), and Ube (P1,500) variations. Simply place your orders through The Grid Food Market’s website.
For orders, check out The Grid Food Market’s website.
Your Critical Baker
This home baker's Mango Lime Cheesecake (P1,420/six inches, P2,145/eight inches) is creamy yet light and lush, imbued with the tropical profile of mango and tanginess of lime. You can message them on their social media accounts to get your fix.
Got the blueberry-cheesecake hankerings? Try Sabotage’s Blueberry Cheesecake with Custard (P790), which is creamy as can be and loaded with a glistening blueberry topping. You can send them a message on Instagram for orders, and pay through bank transfer, GCash, or Paypal.
For orders, send a message to Sabotage on Instagram.
The Delightful Miss Joyce
The Delightful Miss Joyce remixes cheesecake by offering it in Cappuccino (P850/six inches, P1,500/nine inches) and Pistachio (P1,400/six inches, P2,700/nine inches)-flavored variations. They also make cheesecakes made with other cheeses in the Queso de Bola (P750/six inches, P1,400/nine inches) and Manchego Curado (P1,400/six inches, P2,700/nine inches) versions. Curious? You can try them for yourself by placing your orders through their order form.
More than doughnuts, Tim Hortons also carries cheesecakes from famous American dessert shop The Cheesecake Factory. You can choose from flavors like Strawberries and Cream (P310), Dulce de Leche (P310), Bananas Foster (P310), or even Red Velvet (P310). Get your fix by looking for Tim Hortons on GrabFood, LalaFood, or Foodpanda.
For orders, find Tim Hortons on GrabFood, LalaFood, or Foodpanda.
Melliza Cakes & Pastries
Melliza Cakes & Pastries’ Blueberry Cheesecake (P999) is a light and refreshing alternative to the many other dense and heavy versions around. They also make other cheesecake variations, like Oreo (P999) and Tiramisu (P999). You can get your fix at home by giving them a call or ordering on Foodpanda.
For orders, find Melliza Cakes & Pastries on Foodpanda or call 8897-6299.