The softness of the cheesecake and its subtle flavours makes it very enjoyable to eat. Definitely recommend going to eat this. My personal preference in comparison to Pablo but then again they are very different types of cheesecakes.
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First of all, bear in mind that this type of cheesecake is different from the western style one. It is a delicious fluffy and wobbly cake! We had a warm one inside Rikuro's and took a cold one to take away. Have to say that...More
I love spongecake, but this Rikuro's cheesecake is more like a cloudcake. It is soooo good, especially since i didnt have to Q and i got a seat to eat my hot cake straight out of oven! (September crowd aint that bad). I can't really...More
The texture of this wiggly, fluffy cake is marshmallow like but lighter and more airy. Every batch is made fresh so better consume as soon as you buy it, although it still tastes good after a few hours.
they call it a cheesecake but it's not the same as a cheesecake in the US. This much lighter in texture and fluffy. It's like eating air so it goes down dangerous easy. Between the 7 of us, we ate one whole cake in about...More
Not a Japanese cheesecake expert here, but I've eaten my fill of it in Japanese specialty stores in Hong Kong and elsewhere, and I've always loved them. For me, a Japanese cheesecake should be very light and fluffy, which the ones at Rikuro are. But...More