Cake Spade has been pretty public about the closure of their outlet at South Bridge Road — an established brand name which has been business for slightly past a decade, Cake Spade has shifted quite a number of times around the Tanjong Pagar / Maxwell neighbourhood over the years; prior to its shift to South Bridge Road, they had occupied the ground floor of a shophouse unit at Tanjong Pagar Road — that would be subsequent to their original location within the nearby Orchid Hotel. While their very first location at Orchid Hotel is now occupied by Ryo Sushi, the shifting of Cake Spade out of South Bridge Road also can be seen as somewhat of a home-coming for them considering how they have returned to Orchid Hotel, but at another unit just few steps from their original location back then. Offering quite a variety of sliced cakes as well as other bakes such as brownies and cookies, the interior of the shop space is very much dedicated to their food preparation area, cashier as well as the display fridges and shelves — the dine-in seating comprises of low tables and chairs being placed outside of the shop. For those whom are familiar with Cake Spade, the range of cakes available at their current location is about the same as compared to what they had offered back when they were in Tanjong Pagar and South Bridge Road; the list of beverages available includes various selections of tea, espresso-based specialty coffee etc. just like how it was previously.

The Strawberry Tofu Cheesecake is probably the hallmark of Cake Spade’s creations — possibly been one of the most mentioned Tofu Cheesecakes during the height of such cheesecakes, the Strawberry Tofu Cheesecake features elements such as strawberries, strawberry jelly, unbaked cheesecake and digestive cookie crust. Taking a slice of the Strawberry Tofu Cheesecake, one would be able to have a taste of all of the elements together — the Tofu Cheesecake itself was surprisingly light and creamy; a little different from the usual New York Cheesecake in a way that it is not quite as rich and dense. Sitting on top of the tofu cheesecake layer would be the strawberries and strawberry jelly — quite similar to what TheJellyHearts offer, the strawberries and strawberry jelly adds that slight zingy and tangy note that cuts through the tofu cheesecake, providing a slight contrast of flavours. Beneath the Tofu Cheesecake is a layer of digestive cookie crust — an element which one would usually be able to find in a New York-style Cheesecake; adds a layer of crunch and some sweetness to the Strawberry Tofu Cheesecake to balance things off.