Toasty, cheesy and creamy, it's easy to see why the rampant appeal of the ugly-but-delicious Basque burnt cheesecake has become such an undeniable one in Singapore.Bakeries, restaurants and patisseries here have caught on with the unabating trend and are now offering their own versions of the coveted Basque Country contribution to the pastry world. 7'' Basque Burnt Cheesecake — Regular price $38 6'' Basque Burnt Cheesecake — Regular price $30 Personalized Calligraphy Note + Ribbon — Regular price $1 Late one night, we came home tired after a whole day of work and grocery shopping and forgetfully left our groceries out on the table. A household name for cheesecakes in Singapore, Cat & the Fiddle’s take on the trendy burnt cheesecake is known as the Charred Eclipse. Cat & the Fiddle. Original Burnt Cheesecake S$7.50 / S$62 Matcha Burnt Cheesecake S$8 / S$66 Two-face & Seashore S$8.50 / S$70 MSW Burnt Cheesecake S$10.50 / S$86. 1. Order & Delivery details. Each cheesecake sells at $75 and delivery costs $10. Walk-ins are welcomed, but you can also pre order online via their order form or via phone call and opt for delivery or self-collection. From home-based businesses to brick and mortar stores, here’s where you can get the best Basque burnt cheesecakes in Singapore. Here, we list down some of … Fluff Bakery needs no introduction as it's one of the most popular halal artisanal bakeries in Singapore! Their burnt cheesecake with a soft, custardy centre and signature burnt top might be on the pricier side but it serves up to 10 people. The Kins’ Café is yet another popular haunt in the world of Basque cheesecakes here in Singapore. In Singapore, we have Olivia Restaurant & Lounge to thank for making burnt cheesecake popular. Run by head chef Alain Devahive, this Spanish restaurant at Keong Saik delivers their signature Olivia’s Creamy Homemade Cheesecake ($14+) with a twist. Basque Burnt Cheesecakes Made to Order in Singapore.