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Cake Shop

Uncle Tetsu's Japanese Cheesecake

10 Reviews

501 George Street

Sydney, NSW, 2000

501 George Street

Sydney, NSW, 2000

Uncle Tetsu's Japanese Cheesecake

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Princess Greedy Guts
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307 Reviews
OVER a year AGO

I have known this chain for ages before it hit Sydney with a bang. Its really good for a chain store, consistently producing fluffy, light Japanese style cheesecake that is not too sweet. However it does not compare with some of the more authentic & more amazing cheesecakes found in boutique shops especially across Japan (Hokkaido!) & Asia. It is still nice & enjoyable. However the lines can be ridiculous & it is small for the $18 price tag. Also cash only & 1 cake per customer. I have heard the Madeleines are great so maybe give that a go next time.

Oreo88
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527 Reviews
OVER a year AGO

Heard about the hype about the uncle tetsu cake. Honestly think it's a bit underwhelming when I've got to taste it again. $7 for two small slices was a bit overpriced.

Foodblogs
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208 Reviews
OVER a year AGO

I've been here several times and I'm always tempted to buy something from them every time I pass by. I've tried their warm cheesecake. Love it. It's soft, indulgent and not too sweet at all. Today I've had their cheese tart (my favourite!). It's distinctly delicious compared to other cheese tart I've tried before. I never try their madeleine 'cause I'm not a fan of madeleine in general.
Price is a bit dear in my opinion.

Foodblogs
local star
208 Reviews
OVER a year AGO

I've been here several times and I'm always tempted to buy something from them every time I pass by. I've tried their warm cheesecake. Love it. It's soft, indulgent and not too sweet at all. Today I've had their cheese tart (my favourite!). It's distinctly delicious compared to other cheese tart I've tried before. I never try their madeleine 'cause I'm not a fan of madeleine in general.
Price is a bit dear in my opinion.

Miss Dissent
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700 Reviews
OVER 2 years AGO

Uncle Tetsu’s Cheesecake ($17.99): after handing over my dosh (it’s a cash-only business) I couldn’t wait to crack open the well-ventilated and paper lined red and white box to peer in and prod my golden brown cheesecake. It’s branded (yes, by hot iron) with Uncle Tetsu’s smiling mug, and smells familiar, like pancakes and old school baking. Guaranteed to have come straight from their ovens, this cheesecake feels ephemeral, which makes it hard to resist eating it warm (though I’m told the cheese flavour is more pronounced if you take it home and chill it). Warm it eats more like an eggy soufflé than a cheesecake, and just like a soufflé, the lightly browned top edge is my favourite bit. The adult in me liked that this is one dessert that is only barely sweet.

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