The Best Cheesecakes You Can Order on GrabFood and Foodpanda

For when the craving strikes at random moments.

cheesecakes on grabfood and foodpanda
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(SPOT.ph) Lush, creamy, sweet, and tangy worlds come together in the classic dessert known as cheesecake. It comes in a couple of variations around the world and is heavenly plain—but it’s also a blank canvas that takes well to other flavors or toppings! We’ve definitely got our share of favorite cheesecakes around the Metro, many of which may require preordering—which isn’t always ideal when the hankering strikes at 4 p.m. on a random Wednesday, for example. Fret not; these drool-worthy versions that are conveniently available on delivery apps have got your back. Just note that availability will depend on your location and what time it is! 

Also read: The Best Chocolate Cakes You Can Get on GrabFood and Foodpanda

Cheesecakes, anyone? You can easily order these A+ versions through GrabFood and Foodpanda:

Mary Grace Cheesecake from Mary Grace Cafe

Mary Grace Cheesecake from Mary Grace Cafe
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Mary Grace is one of those brands that manages to pull off great quality as well as convenience with all their branches around the Metro. Their signature Mary Grace Cheesecake (P223) is a great take on a classic, with a cheesecake base that’s velvety-smooth without being too dense; a graham cracker crust; and whipped cream.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Cheesecakes from Dylan Patisserie

Strawberry Cheesecake from Dylan Patisserie
PHOTO BY Instagram/dylanpastry

This European-style patisserie’s cheesecakes are definitely some of the dreamiest we’ve seen, and you’ll want to hit them up if you’re after a just-rich-enough profile that’s just a smidgen sweet. Dylan’s lineup of eight-inch cheesecakes include the Blueberry (P1,859), Nutella (P1,639), Mango (P1,639), Lotus Biscoff (P1,639), and Strawberry (P1,859) variants—but you can also go for the Cheesecake Signature box (P2,079) which has four smaller, square-shaped cheesecakes in Strawberry, Blueberry, Nutella, and Mango.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

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New York Cheesecake from Starbucks

New York Cheesecake from Starbucks
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Starbucks might be best known for their coffee, but they also bring their A-game when it comes to desserts and the New York Cheesecake (P230/slice) is a great bet. It’s on the right side of rich with a tangy finish—perfect with their coffee—and it sure doesn’t hurt that there’s a Starbucks branch at just about every corner of the Metro. You can also try it with a berry-topped upgrade in the Blueberry-Licious Cheesecake (P245/slice).

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Blueberry + Red Velvet Cheesecakes from Butternut Bakery

Blueberry Cheesecake from Butternut Bakery
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Though Butternut Bakery was only launched in 2020, they’ve pretty much established themselves as a reliable choice for all sorts of classic cakes. And beyond their famous brazo and carrot cake, their cheesecakes are also not to be missed! The Baked Blueberry Cheesecake (P218.75/slice, P1968.75/whole) has a cheesecake base bearing a real velvety consistency that glides seamlessly against your fork—plus a blueberry topping. There’s also the Red Velvet Cheesecake (P250/slice, P1,875/whole) that plays on the red velvet-cream cheese frosting pairing, with real swoon-worthy results.

Available on GrabFood.

Bibingka Cheesecake from Wildflour

Bibingka Cheesecake from Wildflour
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The signature flavors of bibingka make for a surprisingly great cheesecake—both treats share the same quality of having a savory-sweet profile after all, and when you add smokiness to the mix it’s a real drool-worthy ride. Get your fix (even outside the holidays!) from Wildflour (P390/slice), whose version has a silky and rich cheesecake base peppered with bits of salted eggs, shavings of cheddar, and coconut flakes.

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Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Classic Cheesecakes from Katherine’s Cafe

blueberry cheesecake from katherine's cafe
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This homegrown spot is a go-to for cakes, bakes, and other tita-approved eats made with quality ingredients, and their cheesecakes are no exception. Whether you go for the simpler New York Cheesecake (P165/slice) or its fruit-adorned cousins—pick from the Blueberry (P193) or Mango (P193)—you get a smooth and tangy cheesecake base, and a relatively sturdy graham crust to hold everything together.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

French-Style Cheesecakes from Bizu

Mango Chiboust from Bizu, cheesecake
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Bizu gives good ol’ cheesecake a French-inspired spin in their line of the dessert, which they dub the Chiboust—a lighter but no less dreamy variation that’s topped with fruit. On delivery apps, they peddle it in the midi (six-inch) size; take your pick from the Blueberry (P1,560) or Fresh Mango (P1,560) flavors.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Basque Burnt Cheesecake from Workshop

Basque Burnt Cheesecake from Workshop
PHOTO BY Instagram/workshop_ph

The Basque style of cheesecakes became the dessert du jour of 2020, but we say it’s a trend that’s here to stay. Workshop makes an especially great version with a properly toasty, caramelized exterior and dreamy interior; the regular Basque Burnt Cheesecake (P328/slice, P1,650/whole) is always satisfying, but you can also go for the Ube (P328/slice, P1,650/whole), Strawberry (P426/slice, P2,420/whole), or Calamansi (P339/slice, P1,7600/whole) variations.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Cheesecakes from Mom and Tina’s

Blueberry Cheesecake from Mom and Tina’s
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We’re fans of the caramel and chocolate cakes of Mom and Tina’s, but we’ve gotta give it to their cheesecakes as well! Their Blueberry Cheesecake (P240.75), for one, made it to ninth place in our 2020 Top 10 Blueberry Cheesecakes in Manila list given their creamy cheesecake base, use of high-quality ingredients, and bonus of whipped cream on top. Don’t miss the other variations, either: the Strawberry (P251.25), Oreo (P246), and Mini Chocolate (P293.25).

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Keto Chocolate Cheesecake from Park Avenue Desserts

park avenue desserts keto chocolate cheesecake
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Park Avenue Desserts delivers on leveled-up, patisserie-worthy treats at fairly affordable prices—and you’re in for a treat here if you’re after the bittersweet character of chocolate in the dense, creamy format cheesecake delivers. Go for the Keto Chocolate (P297/slice, P1,045/six inches), which is dark and decadent with its chocolate cheesecake base and almond-coconut crust—and so happens to be free of sugar and gluten, but you’ll love it regardless of your diet. Also on their lineup are the New York Cheesecake (P242) and Dulce de Leche Cheesecake (P231/three inches, P880/six inches).

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Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Hanjuku from Kumori

hanjuku cheesecake from kumori
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Prefer your cheesecakes on a more light-textured (but nevertheless rich-tasting) note? You can count on Kumori’s Hanjuku (P59/piece, P354/box of six) to deliver. It takes after the Japanese style of the dessert with its souffle-like consistency that dissolves like air on the tongue, and leaves behind creaminess that’ll have you swooning. Plus, its relatively small size is just right considering it’s fairly indulgent—but we won’t stop (or judge) you from devouring another piece.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Dulce de Leche Cheesecake from Prologue

Dulce de Leche Cheesecake from Prologue
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This underrated QC gem’s got more to them than just A+ French-Japanese savory eats. Yup, they also make a must-try Dulce de Leche Cheesecake (P288) that is essentially giant yema or pastillas on steroids—cheesecake-mashup steroids, if you will—given its caramelized-milk flavor from dulce de leche seemingly mixed into the batter. It’s worth praising how the tanginess of the cream cheese balances out the dulce de leche’s sweetness real beautifully—plus it's topped with flaked almonds that lend a subtle crunch.

Available on GrabFood.

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