Say Chiizu Review: BKK’s Stretchy Cheese Toast Finally Arrives In Singapore

From unicorn toasts to Thai milk tea in drip bags, Bangkok is home to many never-before-seen quirky food ideas. Say Chiizu is one of these creative snacks that have garnered a following in Bangkok. While raclette cheese is now considered passé, the #cheesepull trend is still going strong here. So with the hype surrounding the opening of the Say Chiizu outlets, my colleague and I headed down to the one at 313@Somerset to check out this gorgeous lovechild of bread and cheese.

 

Food at Say Chiizu

There are only three flavours of cheese toast available at 313@Somerset, namely Original, Chocolate, and Charcoal, each going at $3.80.

The Hokkaido milk toasts came fresh from a hot pan, with the cheese filling spilling out from the top and the back. It looked like each of the thick toast was sliced open from the top, and stuffed full to the brim with cheese that were made with one purpose in mind – to melt.

The first flavour we tried was the original. With nervous hands and an equally nervous photographer, I attempted our first cheese pull.

The toast was crisp at the sides and fluffy in the centre, making it easy for us to break the bread apart to showcase the delicious stretch of white cheese. The blend of cheese is a powerful formula, as I was able to stretch it past the width of my shoulders, before the cheese threatened to fall onto my feet.

Taking a bite, it crunched and crumbled around my lips before melting into a chewy combination of flavours in my mouth. This is a combination that stood out; it was buttery sweet at first taste, then savoury upon chewing. The flavour was quite unidentifiable but utterly intriguing and moreish. When I asked about the blend of cheeses they use, they kept mum about it, only revealing how the addition of mozzarella provides that “killer” cheese pull.

Trying the charcoal-flavoured toast, I could barely taste the difference between this and the original one. The cheese pull was equally fun, and the bread was just as aromatic. The only difference I could find was how beautifully the dark slice contrasted against the white cheese, somewhat delighting my senses more, in terms of colour.

I highly recommend the chocolate one for children. The brown bread held a hint of cocoa. Its slight chocolatey taste makes the cheese toast even more so like a dessert than a savoury snack.

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