Pablo Cheesetart Malaysia’s first outlet at 1 Utama Shopping Centre will finally be opening its doors this Tuesday, 6th December @ 2 pm! REJOICE, cheese lovers!!!
So what’s the hype about Pablo Cheesetart? Pablo is Japan’s most popular freshly-baked cheese tart originated from Osaka. It’s only 3 years since their first debut in Tokyo but they have now expanded to a few Asian countries already.
Needless to say, we have to sample the cheese tarts, both the big and mini ones at Pablo Malaysia. What’s great is, all the ingredients used are 100% imported from Japan in order to ensure authenticity of the taste. The outlet here doesn’t have any tables and chairs so customers can only do takeaways here.
Pablo Freshly Baked Cheese Tart @ RM 45.90
This big sized 6-inch Freshly Baked Cheese Tart is their signature item in the menu. So yes, this is definitely a MUST-TRY! Judging by the size, my friends asked whether it’s a tart or cake LOL! Rest assured, it’s a tart. A huge tart. There are 3 flavors to be chosen – Original Freshly Baked Cheese Tart @ RM 45.90, Freshly Baked Matcha Cheesetart with Shiratama & Azuki @ RM 49.90, and Freshly Baked Chocolate Cheesetart @ RM 49.90. At Pablo Japan, you can order your cheese tarts ala steak way by letting them know the level of “done-ness”. The one they have here in Malaysia was baked medium rare, the default setting glazed with tangy apricot jam. It’s best enjoyed warm. I quite like it because the molten cheese is so soft and smooth as if it’s melting in my mouth. The cheese taste isn’t as strong as the mini cheese tart and thus, it’s easy to have a few slices without noticing! This is actually very suitable for people who normally say they don’t like cheesy taste in their food. I confirm they’ll love it and you’ll be like, “I thought you don’t like cheese?”.
Pablo Mini Cheese Tart @ RM 8.90
If you’re a true cheese lover and prefer strong cheesy taste, you might love Pablo Mini Cheese Tarts more than the former. The cream cheese inside is more compact and richer in taste. Retailing at RM 8.90 each, the mini cheese tarts pack a punch in cheese flavor as if the big tart was compressed to mini size. Absolutely satisfying til the very last bite.
Cheese Tart Frute @ RM 15.90
I was kinda skeptical at first knowing that these drinks were made of Pablo Cheese Tarts. Quite surprisingly, this tangy and sweet beverage is kinda addictive though sinful. Choose from Classic Cheese Tart Frute, Special Chocolate Frute, Rich Berry Cheese Frute, Rich Mango Cheese Frute, and Matcha with Shiratam Frute. Aside from cheese tarts and drinks, Pablo also sell a lot of imported snacks from Japan!
Pablo Choco Crunch @ RM 47.90 / 12 pcs
This Choco Crunch is a dome-shaped rice crisp snack with chocolate cheesecake flavor. A tad sweet but I don’t really mind.
Pablo Sabrel Cheese @ RM 32.90 / 9 pcs
Cheese lovers will surely dig in to these thin and crunchy Langue de Chat cookies with a combination of rich parmesan cheese and gouda cheese cream filling in between. Remember to drop by at Pablo 1 Utama on 6th December. The first 100 customers will receive free Signature Cheesetart! Address:
Pablo Cheesetart Malaysia (Location: Beside Hokkaido Sushi)
S130, 2nd Floor (Old Wing)
1 Utama Shopping Centre