BASQUE CHEESECAKES

Basque cheesecake (or San Sebastian) with its signature “burnt” crust and very delicate texture is our absolute must-try. More niche taste than the classic one, it differs both in ingredients and baking method. Give it a try, it’s simply delicious!


Cheesecake “Basque” Tiramisu

1704 g

1850

Cheesecake “Basque PINK” with raspberries

1700 g

1850

Bento cheesecake “Basque PINK” with raspberries

800 g

850

Cheesecake «Basque» CLASSIC

1700 g

1650

Bento cheesecake “Basque” classic

500 g

650

Cheesecake “Basque BANANA”

1800 g

1750

Bento cheesecake “Basque BANANA”

500 g

650

Mini cheesecake “Basque PINK” with raspberries

450 g

550

Cheesecake “Basque COCONUT”

1704 g

1850

Bento cheesecake “Basque COCONUT”

500 g

650

Cheesecake “BASQUE MMMILK” with condensed milk

1800 g

1850

Cheesecake “Basque” Kyiv-style

1590 g

1850

Cheesecake “Basque” Pistachio

1700 g

2150

Cheesecake “Basque” Blueberry

1700 g

1850

Cheesecake “Basque” matcha

1700 g

1750

Cheesecake “Basque” Passion Fruit

1700 g

2150

Cheesecake “Basque” Оrange

1750 g

1750

Bento Cheesecake “Basque” Оrange

500 g

650

Cheesecake, in the usual sense of the word, came to us from American cuisine. Although historians say that even the ancient Greeks pampered their guests with a cold treat of cottage cheese, whipped with honey and flour. Our cheesecake with ricotta cheese is most similar to the Greek version. From Greece, the recipe immigrated to the Roman Empire, as a result of which eggs were added to the list of ingredients, and the dish itself began to be baked. The recipe took root in Europe and in each country it was altered in its own way and taste. For example, the Germans prepare a cheese pie based on quark—cottage cheese made from cow’s milk, which tastes and textures more like unsweetened yogurt. Italians make their cheesecakes based on ricotta and mascarpone, and according to the oldest English recipe, dry elderberry and rose water were added to the cheesecake.
 
From England, the cheesecake recipe came to the USA, where everything started spinning. It was like this: New York chef William Lawrence tried to copy French Neuchatel cheese and accidentally cooked a cream cheese, now known to us as Philadelphia. The cheese gained popularity, and years later, the famous Broadway restaurateur Arnold Reben made a pie based on cream cheese and shortcrust pastry, which instantly became a hit and was sold in the best restaurants in the city.
 
Of course, the world’s best cheesecakes are still made in New York, but if you want to try this masterpiece right now, you can order our New York cheesecake in Kyiv – simple and incredibly spicy at the same time. Well, if you’ve already tried the classic cheesecake, choose something unusual: a dessert with caramelized pear or strawberry and chia based on mascarpone mousse, or maybe your option is a hearty energy snickers cheesecake with viscous nougat, salted caramel and crispy hazelnuts? Whatever you choose, it will be a real cheesecake—natural and very appetizing.
 
Custom-made cheesecakes are not only convenient, but tasty, and most importantly healthy. We make our eco-sweets by hand from premium products, they are free of flavors and preservatives. And we use dyes in minimal quantities and only for decoration. Cheesecake delivered from our home bakery is the correct answer to the question: “Where to order a dessert in Kyiv, so that it is fast, tasty and beautiful?”