Best places to get a good cheesecake in Edmonton

Cheesecakes are the unparalleled dessert for cheese aficionados … no other dessert can even touch a cheese lover’s heart. A good cheesecake causes intense cravings; it has a distinct mouth feel and flavour and comes in many delightful varieties. From simple cheesecake with a graham crust to complex cheesecake flavours like turtle, strawberry champagne or salted caramel apple, Edmonton has a cheesecake to satisfy your craving.

Sabor Divino

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109-10220 103 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 0Y8

A high end, downtown restaurant, Sabor is well-known for their seafood and risotto (both are raved about frequently). An excellent choice for lunch or dinner fare, they also make a spectacularly smooth cheesecake. Available topped with either port cherries or passion fruit coulis, this deliciously velvety cake is complimented by both toppings, but the port cherries are my favourite – tart and sweet

Vi's For Pies

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13408 Stony Plain Rd NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 3P5

Vi’s isn’t just about the pies; their well-known dessert counter features pies, cakes, tarts and cheesecakes. Offerings change daily but have been known to include raspberry white chocolate, lemon blueberry, Oreo, Skor, apple pecan caramel, chocolate fudge, chocolate raspberry, mango, pumpkin and peanut butter. To top that, Vi’s is also willing to make any kind of cheesecake your heart desires, just call and ask.

The Cheesecake Cafe

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17011 100 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5S 1T9

Alberta’s chief cheesecake baker is The Cheesecake Café. A good restaurant for lunch or dinner, it’s a cheesecake lover’s dream. They always have a ton of flavours on hand and seasonal specials like eggnog and After Eight. The Cheesecake Café only uses Kraft Philadelphia cream cheese and Callebaut chocolate in their cakes. Popular flavours include cookies and cream, salted caramel apple, very berry, Rolo, sour cherry, raspberry, wild blueberry and strawberry.

Block 1912 Cafe

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10361 82 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 1Z9

A Whyte Avenue café beloved for their gelato and desserts, Block 1912 is a huge room with an eclectic collection of furniture and a diverse assortment of desserts from cookies and cakes to tarts and cheesecake. Favourites include lemon meringue cheesecake (with actual meringue on top), blueberry, Oreo and classic chocolate.

Wow! Factor Desserts Ltd

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152 Cree Rd, Sherwood Park, AB T8A 3X8

A supplier and retailer, WOW Factor Desserts supplies cheesecake to places like the popular Remedy Café, and they have a wide variety of flavours to purchase in store or from one of their vendors. Flavours include caramel apple, crème brulee, chocolate coffee chunk, strawberry champagne, classic European, Tower of Power (NY with hint of vanilla), tiramisu and lemon and white chocolate.

Wild Earth Bakery & Cafe

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8902 99 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 3V4

Cozy and comforting, Wild Earth Café not only offers some of the very best tea latte flavours, delicious soups and lunch items, but also outstanding cakes, pies, tarts and cookies. They do have a variety of cheesecake flavours available to order and the in-house by the slice - cakes vary daily. However, they are acclaimed for their turtle and raspberry cheesecakes.

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