Haw suggested, “Maybe we should simply stop analyzing the situation so much and go find some New Cheese?” – “Who Moved My Cheese” by Dr. Spencer Johnson
Or maybe, Hem and Haw should head over at Hole in the Wall, and check out this stall that offers the happiest cheesecake in the world! 😀
Just looking at that bright yellow sign makes one feel happy and at ease. Serving up fresh batches of cheesecake daily, their slices does claim their fame to being the happiest cheesecake. I read somewhere that if the sign is red or blushing, it means that a fresh batch is being baked.
Unlike the regular cheesecake, a Japanese Cheesecake is not dense and tends to be fluffy, thus, making it light but still creamy. And yes, this stayed true to that. It was rightly sweet, and the cheese didn’t overpower everything. Its cheesiness was just right. Bites in between that and my drink were more frequent as I wasn’t satiated with the slice.
This was a good pair to the cake. A bit frothy and milky, it tasted very much of matcha which settled well with me. For matcha green tea fans out there, try this one out, and you just might be a fan of this hot drink.
For a gal like me who loves sweets, this was a win for me. It’s quite cheap too if you compare it to other cheesecakes out there. You can either have this in original, matcha, double chocolate and chocolate orange flavor. They also have puddings which I can’t wait to try. If only this was near my office, this would be my go-to stall for desserts. 😛
Hole in the Wall,
4/F Century City Mall,
Kalayaan Avenue, Poblacion, Makati City