I have been buying whole cakes on a weekly basis since the start of 2013. I reasoned to my husband that I'm saving a lot by buying whole cakes than a couple of slices every other day. Well it's true.
Here are just some of them - From Tous Le Jours, Goldilocks and Caroline.
I have tried Tous Le Jours Chocolate Forest, Classic Chocolate Cake and Chocolate Powder Cake.
Tous Le Jours or french for "everyday" is a french asian bakery. I were told that they use belgian chocolate on their chocolate cakes. And that almost all their cakes are sponge cakes with buttercream filling. I was hesitant to buy at first because I don't like buttercream, but theirs taste different. They weren't cloying at all. And I love the different toppings on their cakes, like the shortbread cookies and macarons.
My favorites from Goldilocks are the Chocolate Mousse and Chocolate Caramel Decadence. The latter because I like the taste of the caramel and the extra caramel sauce they give upon every order of 8 inches round. While my mother likes the Chocolate Banana Peanut Butter.
The Yema Cream Cake from Patisserie Caroline is my husband's favorite, that he even buys extra for himself.