Unique New Japanese Cheesecake Joint Now Open in Mississauga
November 16, 2017 - Supermoon
After a few formidable weeks of waiting, lovers of Japanese cheesecake are saying their calm rewarded.
Streetsville, a old-fashioned and walkable city-within-the-city, has strictly non-stop a code new bakery that’s bringing a prohibited and trending dessert object to Mississauga.
Supermoon Japanese Cheesecakes, a bakery that specializes in increasingly renouned (and so really light and fluffy) Japanese cheesecakes, cheese tarts and burble tea, has non-stop a doors to a emporium on Queen St. S.
People who confirm to give a bakery a shot competence also be vehement to hear that Supermoon is charity a singular 20 per cent off soothing launch discount.
That offer expires Nov. 18.
The bakery is a initial of a kind in Streetsville—a village that’s already sincerely good famous for a restaurants and bakeries.
As for because a operators chose Streetsville, co-owner Jerry 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 is 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 are 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,” though 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 is takeout only, though diners are acquire to call forward and sequence their cheesecake (which is good news if you’re disturbed about Uncle Tetsu-sized lineups).
If you’re a Japanese cheesecake fan who wants to suffer a renouned dessert in a quaint—and shortly to be really festive—neighbourhood, it looks like Christmas has come early for you.