Move aside cheese tarts, these zany cheese dishes will blow your taste buds away.

Sick of the same ole’ cheese dishes in town? Well, you will be glad to know more dining establishments are whipping up their own rendition of gooey, cheesy dishes.Think noodles with cheese or a gooey, cheesy bingsu. And while these combinations sound strange, they surprisingly work. Here are five  over-the-top cheesy dishes we can’t resist.  

Gyoza-ya

A good springy gyoza can only be made better when it’s drenched in gooey cheese. Gyoza-ya serves their Japanese dumplings slathered with a thick serving of melting cheese on top ($5.80), complements the juicy pork filling perfectly. We’ll have another please. #B1-02A Robinsons Heeren 260 Orchard Road Tel: 6737 5581

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Nigiro Café

How do you dress up the common cheese tart? By changing the outer exterior with churros! Nigiro Café’s churro cheese tarts ($4.80) is a sweet and savoury treat waiting for you to bite into. The gooey cheese is encased by buttery churro sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. #03-315 Suntec City Mall Tower 1, 3 Temasek Boulevard. Tel: 6238 1669

Ramen & Tonkatsu Ma Maison

Fancy cheese in your noodles? Ramen & Tonkatsu Ma Maison introduces the Hokkaido Cheese Ramen ($17.80) to their store, providing cheese lovers a ramen just for them. The handmade cheese is specially imported from a dairy farm in Hokkaido and added into the already smooth and creamy shio (salt) broth to impart a milkier flavour to the bowl of ramen.  #B2-51, Capitol Piazza, 13 Stamford Road Tel: 6384 6211

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Nunsongyee

The bingsu craze has yet to die down, with many outlets peddling different versions of it all over Singapore. Now add one more rendition with cheese in it. The Snow White ($18.90) is a crunchy of macadamia nuts, white chocolate, cheese and biscuit bits, providing the perfect balance of crunch, sweetness and savouriness in every bite. #01-04 45 Burghley Drive

Joo Bar

Who would thought that the pungent fermented flavour of kimchi would go well with cheese? At Joo Bar, that is exactly what they did. The Kimcheese Bacon Pancake ($22) brings together the goodness of homemade kimchi, mozzarella cheese and bacon all into one savoury pancake. The oil that drips off the bacon leaves your lips shiny but you wont’s be able to resist another piece of the crispy pancake. Sinful? Yes. But we can’t say no to it. 5 Tan Quee Lan St Tel: 8138 1628

Featured image: Joo Bar