Goodbye Bake, Pablo Cheese Tart Is FINALLY Coming To Singapore!
Love Japanese cheese tarts?
Well, prepare for another round of queuing because Japanese cheese tart chain Pablo will open its first Singapore outlet in Wisma Atria come early August.
What’s For Sale?
First things first, the chain’s signature 15cm-wide cheese tarts will be on sale. The original flavour sells for $15, while the matcha cheese tart and the chocolate cheese tart will be priced at $18 each.[caption id="attachment_28622" align="alignnone" width="1174"] Pablo Cheese Tarts[/caption]
Pablo is famous for selling cheese tarts that vary in consistency i.e. the “rare” is more liquid, oozing molten cheese filling when the tart is sliced, while the “medium” has a more solid consistency. In Singapore, unfortunately, only the “medium” is available, but hopefully, this could change in the future![caption id="attachment_28620" align="aligncenter" width="940"] Premium Cheese Tart (Image Credit: Mini Cheese Tart (Image Credit: Airfrov)[/caption]
Also not to be missed are Pablo’s Mini Cheese Tarts. The cheese flavoured tarts will set you back $3.50 each, while the chocolate and matcha flavours will cost slightly more, selling at $3.80 each. These mini tarts will only arrive in the store later this year, so we’ll have to wait for a bit before we can get our hands on these adorable bite-sized tarts.
Other items you can expect at Pablo Cheese Tart are the Cheese Soft Serve ($3.90), Cheese Tart Smoothie ($7.80) and Cheese Millefeuille ($18).
Excited yet? We’re already counting down the days!
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