Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Green Cheese Japanese Cheesecake, Hole in the Wall Food Hall

I sure hope that you all had a good start to your week! Coming from such an action-packed weekend, I'm glad that I had a relatively calm and steady Monday to match my sleepy state. Had it been one that's crazy and stressful, I would have probably went nuts! Then, I remembered this mouthwatering Japanese Cheesecake that I recently had back in Manila. The thought of it was enough to put a smile on my face. Not the cutesy, Mona Lisa-like smile but the kind that is so infectious that will surely spread around in minutes.

Something like this...

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Isn't this the cutest thing? Opening soon in Manila, Green Cheese will soon allow the public to have a bite (or more) of its fluffy and soft Japanese Cheesecake that literally melts-in-your-mouth. I just love the custard-like texture that's so milky you just want to laze in bed in your PJs while indulging on this delectable creation all day long. We tried it warm and right after placing it in the fridge and I personally prefer it cold as the texture becomes more sponge-like. This pairs so well with a cup of coffee or tea.

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the happiest (and the cutest) cheesecake!
To maintain the quality of the Japanese Cheesecake, be sure to keep it in a cool environment. I loved this so much that I even brought back a box with me to Singapore and happily shared the joy with my friends and colleagues who all couldn't stop raving about it! Looks like this will be one of my regular pasalubongs from now on.

Presentation is one thing and taste is another but if you put them together and both are equally just as satisfying then you got yourself a winning product! I believe that aside from the regular Japanese Cheesecake, there will also be a Green Tea flavored one.

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Well, here's giving you the first glimpse of what will soon be Manila's newest foodie favorite and definitely the talk of the town (and on Instagram too!). I'll share more information with you as soon as Green Cheese officially opens its doors to the public.

Watch out for the opening of Green Cheese in Hole in the Wall Food Hall at the 4th Floor of the Century City Mall in Makati City. Like them on Facebook and follow them on Instagram now!

3 comments:

  1. Doesn't UCC server Japanese chessecake as well? How does it compare?

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    1. This one has a more custard-y texture while UCC is more sponge-y!!

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  2. This one's good, really enjoyed this!

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