Cat & the Fiddle (Tai Seng)

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Rated 'Best cake shops in Singapore' by Time Out Singapore. Drawing on the expertise of award-winning classically trained pastry chef Daniel Tay, Cat & the Fiddle started life as Singapore’s first online premium cheese cake shop and has opened it's first retail outlet. At Cat & the Fiddle, you’ll find a diverse selection of 17 varieties of gourmet cheesecakes comprising faithful classics, Asian and local-inspired creations, and even specially-composed medleys of our best-sellers so you get to try 10 spectacular flavours in one neat cake! Whether it’s the burst of juicy fruit, the delicate allure of lychee martini, the richness of chocolate or smoky sea-salt caramel you’re craving to savour, Cat & the Fiddle has every cheesecake lover’s whim and fancy covered. If a celebration is in order, complete your cheesecake with a bouquet of flowers and chocolates on the side, or fun birthday candles, a greeting card, or even customisable stencils for a personal decorative touch. With Cat & the Fiddle’s Island-wide door-to-door delivery (including Urgent / Express / Same-Day) service and mobile van collection points, indulging in your favourite cheesecake for a birthday or special occasion has never been easier.

8 Burn Road
#01-01 Trivex
Singapore 369977

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09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

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From the Burpple community

An indulgent combination of creamy peanut butter and jelly cheesecake, the Lord P. B. J. won my stomach in a heartbeat! 💓

So satisfyingly smooth and rich, this cheesecake is the first ever collaboration between Cat & the Fiddle and SKIPPY ✨

Dressed in a rich and smooth peanut butter glaze with strawberry swirls, this irresistible creation studded with strawberry jelly cubes strikes a fine balance of sweet and savoury. Not to forget, Cat & the Fiddle's signature cream cheese atop a crumbly biscuit base for textual contrast! 🍰

This limited time special is only available till 31 Aug 2022. You can get it by the slice ($7.90) or as a whole cake ($58.90 for 900g).

Psst did you know Cat & the Fiddle has cafe locations for you to dine in and enjoy? Check out the Raffles Xchange and Wood Square locations 🤭

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Really enjoyed this cheesecake! I bought this on qoo10 and it got delivered to my house, which was great during the CB. Cheesecake was not too sweet. The top was slightly harder while the cheesecake itself was more fluffy and soft. Would recommend this.

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The cheesecake was dense and yet not too jelat. Delivery was affordable too. This is definitely my favourite cheesecake so far! I'd love to try their other flavours as well.

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Strawberry cheesecake ($31.10 after 20% discount. Original price $38.90)

Flavour was enough but proportion was not good.. strawberry portion was too little, there was a huge slab of cheese and crust was also too thick and thin.

Would not recommend this.

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This came smaller than what I’ve expected after browsing through online. Nevertheless, it was a pretty good cheesecake with different flavors to choose from. It was thick and rich.

Flavors featured in this photo:
• lychee martini
• yuan yang coffee & tea
• mango vodka
• orange tea
• yuzu lemon
• salted caramel
• pineapple piña colado
• apple crumble
• milo dinosaur
• tiramisu

My personal favorite will be salted caramel, the caramel goes so well with the cheesecake!

(S$52.90, 10 slices, choose your own flavor)


Just by looking at this 7” cheesecake, I fell in love with it. Pretty colours of red and white swirls made the Madam’Roselle (S$36.00) stand out. But what was even more amazing was that the red colourings were natural, extracted from roselle flowers. Within the cheesecake, there were also yoghurt, sponge fingers, roselle tea jelly and some traces of nuts.

The red colouring, on the other hand, left a colour stain on the hands and the mouth, so it kind of brought back some nostalgia of eating those candies that colour the tongue blue. Still, since roselle is a superfood, I supposed it did not harm to enjoy this with a cup of green tea.