The Kins’ Café is yet another popular haunt in the world of Basque cheesecakes here in Singapore. That being said, out of the 1000s of cheesecake recipes there wasn’t a mini cheesecake … Toasty, cheesy and creamy, it's easy to see why the rampant appeal of the ugly-but-delicious Basque burnt cheesecake has become such an undeniable one in Singapore.Bakeries, restaurants and patisseries here have caught on with the unabating trend and are now offering their own versions of the coveted Basque … From home-based businesses to brick and mortar stores, here’s where you can get the best Basque burnt cheesecakes in Singapore. A household name for cheesecakes in Singapore, Cat & the Fiddle’s take on the trendy burnt cheesecake … Each comes with a dense, creamy filling and soft middle, complete with a toasty top layer … I know that basque cheesecakes blew up last year and I’m a little late to the trend, but I still wanted to make a contribution to the 1000s of cheesecake recipes that have been uploaded. In particular, her Basque Burnt Cheesecake ($32 for 6-inch) is proving to be a hot-favourite. Let’s take a look at what makes Kins’ burnt cheesecake one of the best: A nicely charred … Cat & the Fiddle. 1.