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Uncle Tetsu opening fourth Toronto location this week

Toronto's favourite Japanese cheesecake shop, you know the one people just can't stop lining up for, is opening a fourth location in Toronto this week.

In addition to the original Bay and Dundas spot, the Angle Cafe down the street (which may be Canada's only Japanese maid-style cafe), and the offshoot Matcha Cafe, the tiny dessert empire will expand to Markham.

Uncle Tetsu's new location will unleash more fluffy cakes to the GTA at 158 Main Street in Unionville this Saturday, October 8. Technically the shop is already open for business for keeners, but the official opening day will include special guests and a ceremony.

Uncle Tetsu and the president of the company (his wife) will be in attendance to welcome cheesecake lovers and give folks a taste of their new Madeline ice cream line. There's more information about the launch on their Facebook page.

Photo by Jesse Milns.


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