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Baked Cheesecake

Baked Cheesecake

The Baked Cheesecake ($3.80) from Delifrance was a far cry from our favourite cheesecake from Coffee Bean. The cheese flavour was very subtle, too faint to be classified as a cheescake. Texture wise, it was on the moist side, but wasn’t sticky enough. And strangely, the cheesecake base had a faint pandan flavour.

Chocolate Toblerone

Chocolate Toblerone

Chocolate Toblerone

Chocolate Toblerone

The Chocolate Toblerone ($5) fared slightly better; it was essentially a chocolate spongy centre, encased in a chocolate shell, and covered entirely in a generous serving of cocoa powder. The cocoa powder was rather bitter and the chocolate shell was literally detached from the chocolate sponge centre. The chocolate sponge centre was pretty inhomogeneous, where there were certain areas which were more fudgy than other areas. There were small chunks of Toblerone chocolate embedded within the sponge, which added a bit of crunchiness to the cake. Overall, the Chocolate Toblerone was considered pretty average, not too fantastic.

Delifrance
Food Junction
Yusof Ishak House, NUS

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Written by foodphd

April 1, 2011 at 11:56 pm

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