Cotó Cake is a crowd-pleasing new pastry shop offering fluffy Japanese cheesecakes (or cotton cakes) and beautiful and creative choux. The cheesecakes come in two versions: the standard cotton cheesecake and a matcha cheesecake, and you can opt for a piece or a whole round cake. The choux have broad-ranging fillings, such as salted caramel, white chocolate and raspberry, or vanilla praline. So dreamy!

Coto Cake Barcelona

Cotó Cake, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Coto Cake Barcelona

Cotó Cake, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Atmosphere: The place is tiny, so your best bet is to choose your pastries to take away.

A favorite: There are two options: Japanese cheesecakes (two versions) and choux (lots of different versions). It’s not easy to pick a favorite! I like the fact that the cheesecakes are light, satisfyingly fluffy, and not too sweet.

Something special: They make their pastries themselves in the shop.

Great if you like: Japanese pastries and places such as Usagui (read my review here).

Perfect for: A sweet snack or something different to bring your friends or family.

Cotó Cake, C. del Consell de Cent, 187, 08015 Barcelona (Eixample Esquerra).

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