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Where To Get The Best Light Fluffy Japanese Cheesecake In Metro Vancouver

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It’s easy to see why everyone is obsessing over Japanese cheesecake. The popular dessert is a lighter version of the real thing. It has a sponge cake that is less sweet and contains less calories than traditional cheesecake.

Japanese cheesecake also has a fluffier texture because it’s usually made by whipping the egg whites and egg yolks separately.

To get your fill of the delicious dish in Metro Vancouver, check out some of these shops.

Japanese Cheesecake

Uncle Tetsu

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The newly-opened Burnaby location has had Metro Vancouverites lining up for hours just to get their hands on one of their cakes. Dig into this ‘melt in your mouth’ cheesecake by visiting them in Metropolis at Metrotown (4700 Kingsway).

Mr. Osmad Souffle Cheesecake

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Nestled in the heart of downtown Vancouver, this spot specializes in Japanese cheesecake. Find the hidden gem inside Damso Restaurant (770 Bute). Their cakes are baked fresh every half hour and you can kick it up a notch by adding a delicious strawberry compote on top.

3 Quarters Full

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Grab a light and fluffy Japanese cheesecake at this shop in Vancouver’s West End neighbourhood. Their signature cheesecake is super soft, fluffy and isn’t overly sweet. Check them out for yourself at 1789 Comox Street.

Saint Germain Bakery

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This beloved bakery has several locations across Metro Vancouver. Check them out in Richmond, Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey and Coquitlam. Their delicious Japanese cheesecake is to die for.

For more delicious desserts, check out this bakery in Richmond that serves a 15-layer crepe cake or get coffee bun ice cream sandwiches at this joint.

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