Conjured with three parts Arabica coffee to seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea, Cat & the Fiddle seamlessly transforms the traditional yuan yang beverage (coffee and tea blend) into a stupendous double-decker cheesecake. It’s absolutely genius! So robust and pronounced in flavour, we’ll have our caffeine fix in a slice of this over a cuppa Joe any day, thank you very much.
Reinterpreted traditional "yuan-yang" cheesecake with three parts Espresso and seven parts Hong Kong style milk tea.
They called themselves Yin and Yang
Defenders of the weak, nightmare of gangs
When they're not busting balls or fighting crime
Baking cheesecake was their favourite pastime
Ordered them for an office birthday party. Love the idea that we can order different slices within the cake itself, AND that the slices are readily sliced for easy distribution. My favourite was the orange yuzu one.
In a nutshell, the best cheesecakes you have ever tasted. Period. I'm no food critic, but the cheesecakes simply melt the moment it touches your mouth. Each of the 12 flavours simply have that "perfect taste". From strawberry to pineapple to tiramisu, Cat & the Fiddle has truly mastered the art of cheesecakes, and it's totally worth the rather expensive $50 price.
It would be good to allow for ordering online (on a website) instead of auto-direct to the App. The app tends to hang at times and not that user-friendly too. Have been frustrated with it that I gave up ordering several times. Thanks!
First time order their alcohol mix cakes. Very good quality and tasty cakes. Memorable ones are the lychee martini, pina colada, lemon yuzu and tiramisu. However, if tasting all, u need to leave the strong tasting ones to last else overpowering. Eg yuan yang.
Slightly overrated. Had the alcoholic assorted cake, comes with four slices of alcoholic and six non-alcoholic. Very dense cheese cakes, which is nice. But size of cake is much smaller than expected, more like kids-size.