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Five of the Best Places in London to Eat Cheesecake

May 18, 2018    |   Panny Antoniou

We are a company with a strong Jewish heritage and take pride in the multiculturalism here at RIB. As many of our team members are celebrating Shavuot – a Jewish festival where it is traditional to eat cheesecake – we thought we would look at all the best places to enjoy this indulgent treat in London.

Honey & Co. – Fitzrovia

Fitzrovia locals will all know about this café. Their unbaked cheesecake on a kadaif base with honey and feta is a local favourite. Located on Warren Street, it is the ideal indulgent treat with their famous cooked cardamom black coffee.

Rinkoff Bakery – Stepney

Serving traditional Jewish cheesecake with sultanas in huge slabs of 1.5kg, this Stepney bakery is a favourite amongst locals. Their Heimasha Cheesecake is a firm favourite and the massive size makes it perfect for sharing!

The Cheese Bar – Camden

As mentioned in a previous article about cheese fondue, any list of Cheese restaurants in London would be incomplete without mentioning the Cheese Bar in the heart of Camden Market. Their delicious an indulgent cheesecake with blackberry coulis is a firm favourite of ours and we are certain you will love it too!

Asia de Cuba – Covent Garden

Latin American and Asian fusion restaurant Asia de Cuba serves an innovative take on the traditional cheesecake. Featuring coconut tuile, and dehydrated tropical fruit, this guava whipped layered cheesecake is a delight to the senses. Their extensive and imaginative menu is excellent no matter what your taste in food.

Dinner by Heston – Knightsbridge

The London restaurant of experimental TV Chef Heston Blumenthal, this eatery located in the Mandarin Oriental Park Hotel boasts two Michelin stars. Taking influence from different periods of history their menu includes Meat Fruit – a mandarin and chicken liver parfait taking influence from the 1500s, and their Powdered Duck Breast which is influenced by the 1850s. their dessert menu contains a number of indulgent treats including the tipsy cake – a delicious cake made with pineapple and alcohol. The menu also features a Sambocade – a goat’s milk cheesecake which is influenced by the 1390s and also boasts elderflower & apple, pickled blackberries, and smoked candied walnuts.

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