Confirmed: Japan’s famous Pablo Cheese Tart will open its Wisma outlet in early August
Pablo Cheese Tart fans, the day is almost here. You were probably disappointed when early July came and went, and the Japanese chain remained tight-lipped about its opening date. But fret not, because Singapore’s first outlet will finally open in early August — most likely next week.
Just to recap, Pablo will sell its signature 15cm-wide cheese tarts in original ($15), chocolate ($18) and matcha with mochi and red beans ($18). Unfortunately, the 78-seater cafe still hasn’t changed its mind about selling its ‘rare’ molten cheese tarts here, so we’ll just have to settle for the ‘medium’ rendition.
Also on the menu are mini tarts ($3.50-$3.80, to be launched later in the year), a crème brulée-inspired premium cheese tart without a crust ($28), cheese soft serve ($3.90), cheese tart smoothie ($7.80) and cheese millefeuille ($18).
Check out this sneak peek.
© Pablo Cheesetart Malaysia
pablo cheese tart
But if you can’t be bothered to wait in line for hours, just pop by the two BAKE Cheese Tart outlets — we’re pretty sure all those hardcore patient cheese tart fans would be flocking over to the trendy newcomer once it opens.
Pablo Cheese Tart is at #01-02/03 Wisma Atria, 6835-9269. Opening in early Aug.
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