The Best Cheesecake in Toronto
The best cheesecake in Toronto can be had at bakeries and cafes where the indulgent dairy-lovers treat is put on a pedestal (or at least displayed prominently in the pastry case). These cakes are rich and moist, some served perfectly plain while others are made even more decadent with the addition of fruit, chocolate or candy pieces.
Here are the best cheesecakes in Toronto.
Wanda's may have earned her reputation for pies, but her cheesecakes are equally delicious. Rich, creamy cheesecakes come in flavours like cappuccino, cherry chocolate, chocolate peanut butter mousse, chocolate truffle and seasonal varieties. Slices are $5.35 while whole cakes are available for order. More »
This cheesecake specialist offers a multitude of regular and seasonal cheesecakes on continuous rotation. The selection of thick slices hover around $7 and are available in classics like New York cherry cheesecake, as well as low sugar chocolate marble, and, over the top indulgences like caramel brownie and rocky road. More »
Rich cheesecakes boast crumbling crusts at in flavours like blueberry lemon, caramel pecan fudge, chocolate grand marnier, hot chocolate, sour cherry, toffee apple, and New York style au natural or raspberry. More »
The bakeshop on Gerrard offers wee little New York cheesecakes ($4-$10) dripping with cherries and made with a gluten-free ground almond crust. Custom order larger cakes with 48 hours notice. More »
Japanese cheesecakes ($8.88) have arrived in Toronto and are attracting long lines at its single Bay and Dundas location. Light fluffy cheesecakes here need by rely on any bells and whistles, these plain cheesecakes are made with top quality ingredients and are just lightly browned. More »
Two locations offer delectable dense, rich and tangy cheesecakes available in flavours like vanilla bean, chocolate, cherry, peanut butter, pumpkin and more. More »
This cozy bakery cafe on Eglinton West offers perfect plain cheesecakes and decadent versions with caramel, chocolate fudge, apple, or rocky road. More »