What is a Basque cheesecake?
The name “Basque” comes from the Basque country in Spain. It’s where the famous Basque cheesecake (or “tarta de queso”) has been invented. As opposed to a traditional New York cheesecake, the Basque cheesecake doesn’t have a crust. It is also baked at high temperature giving it a beautiful caramelised exterior and a delicious creamy centre.
The best cheesecake in Sydney?
We’ve tried and fell in love with the original Basque cheesecake in La Viña - San Sebastian and spent a year refining the recipe before launching Black Cream and offering you what we believe is the best cheesecake in Sydney - But don’t take our word for it, try it for yourself.
Every single cake is made to order in small quantities and delivered to you the morning after they’ve been baked and cooled.
We proudly source the best ingredients for our cheesecakes to ensure that you get the finest product possible.
As we continue to grow, we’ll continue to source ingredients that are sustainable, natural and Australian made.
Are your cheesecakes gluten-free?
Yes! Our cheesecakes are naturally gluten-free as we don’t use any flour.
However they are made in a kitchen where flour is been used. We take extra care to avoid cross contamination but we cannot guarantee they are suitable for celiacs.
Are your cakes Halal/Kosher friendly?
They are! We are not certified Halal or Kosher but our cakes don’t contain any alcohol, gelatin or meat derivates.
Are your cakes nut-free?
Indeed! Both the Basque & The Black do not contain any nut. However, traces of nuts may be present are they are made in the kitchen where nuts are presents.
How long does your cheesecakes last?
Depends who's eating them. Some last 5 minutes, but if you have enough self-restraint, our cheesecakes last for up to a week if kept in the fridge in an airtight container.
What is the best way to serve your cheesecake?
We recommend taking our cakes out of the fridge between 30-60 minutes before serving - enhancing its flavour and allowing the creamy texture to work its magic. (But no longer than 2 hours)