Brand New Japanese Cheesecake Joint Opening in Mississauga
October 9, 2017 - Supermoon
Never let anyone tell we that a west finish food stage doesn’t reason adult opposite a easterly finish competition.
Streetsville, a old-fashioned and walkable city-within-the-city, is about to acquire a code new bakery that’s bringing a prohibited and trending dessert object to Mississauga.
Supermoon Japanese Cheesecakes, a bakery that will specialize in increasingly renouned (and so really light and fluffy) Japanese cheesecakes, melt-in-your-mouth cheese tarts and burble tea, is now environment adult emporium on Queen St. S. and is slated to open on Nov. 4.
“We’re really vehement to be opening adult in Streetsville,” says co-owner Jerry Grymek. “This will be a initial in Streetsville and maybe a initial in Mississauga.”
While it competence not eventually be a really initial Japanese cheesecake mark in Mississauga (another cheesecake brand, Love Me Sweet, is slated to open this fall), it’ll really be a initial in Streetsville—a village that’s already sincerely good famous for a restaurants and bakeries.
As for because a operators chose Streetsville, Grymek says a founders, Mona and Sami Kustantini, are unapproachable “Streetsvillers” who wanted to open their business in a desirable village they live in and love.
In terms of a menu, a categorical eventuality will be Japanese cheesecake—a smart dessert popularized in Toronto and a GTA by a staggeringly successful Uncle Tetsu brand. The bakery will also offer cheese tarts and a accumulation of burble teas.
The desserts will be combined by executive cook Mona Kustantini, who has been practicing a art of a delicate, feathery Japanese cheesecake for over a year. As for what will set Supermoon’s desserts apart, Grymek says Kustantini will use a few singular cheeses (the accurate varieties of that are tip secret) and a comforting arsenal of simple, normal ingredients: eggs, divert and flour.
Another fun thing a resto has going for it is a familiar name. Grymek pronounced a moniker and trademark were desirous by a fact that some people see a shade on a supermoon not as a conformation of a mythological “man on a moon,” yet a rabbit (hence a super lovable super moon branding).
Believe it or not, a famed “moon rabbit” has done it into a few obvious cocktail enlightenment works, so a name and trademark competence entertain some space and folklore aficionados.
As for what desirous a Kustantini’s to move Japanese cheescake to Mississauga, Grymek says a integrate wanted Mississauga residents to be means to try a prohibited and in-demand object closer to home.
“It came from a suspicion of wanting to move smart desserts routinely found in downtown Toronto a small closer to home,” Grymek says. “We thought, ‘if we can’t find one nearby, because not start one?’ Moreover, a area’s rising informative and foodie stage creates it a ideal place to move such a singular concept.”
The grill will be takeout only, yet diners are acquire to call forward and sequence their cheesecake (which is good news if you’re disturbed about Uncle Tetsu-sized lineups).
Even yet a grill isn’t opening for tighten to a month, Grymek says people are already flattering pumped.
“So far, a village has been really understanding and welcoming of this singular concept. Locals have voiced their zeal and fad to be experiencing Japanese cheesecakes for a really initial time with us,” he says. “A lot is function in a west end.”