Here’s A Glimpse Of Pablo Classic Cheese Tarts In Osaka
While I was roaming around Shinsaibashi, a long queue of customers in a shop has caught my attention. After a second glance, I was surprised to know that these consumers are actually lining up at Pablo – a well-renowned cheese tart shop in Osaka and in other parts of Japan.
So, while waiting to get a seat for our lunch at Daruma Shinsaibashiten Restaurant, I decided to join more than two dozens of people in the line.
There, I ordered one box of six Pablo’s luscious, one-of-a-kind classic cheese tarts. Since I bought my first Pablo Classic Cheese Tarts from where it came from, I was able to try both with extra gooey tart and the one with medium rare tart. Currently the Philippine branch is offering the medium rare version but don’t worry, each cheese tart is served hot and freshly baked for you to enjoy every bite of this premium cheese tarts.
About Pablo: The Best Cheesecake in the World
For those who are quite intrigued about the name of this pastry restaurant, you should know that this is inspired by none other than the artist Pablo Picasso.
In a recent report from CNN Philippines, the founder of Pablo, Masamitsu Sakimoto, said that the goal of the company is to come up with a cheesecake that “has never been seen before.”
Sakimoto further said that he spent half a year in the development of the product in a bid to come up with a perfect recipe.
He also said that the cheese tart recipe is perfectly aligned with the Japanese word “odorokashi” which means “desserts with an element of surprise.”
At the moment, the pastry restaurant has already established 25 stores across Japan. In fact, this restaurant has been a favorite of not only local tourists but foreign travelers as well.
What Makes Pablo’s Classic Cheese Tart Extremely Good?
There is no doubt Pablo’s cheese tart has become a much-loved dessert among many people. This is because every piece of it really comes with “an element of surprise.”
After tasting it, here is also what makes this Pablo’s pastry a good one:
- The aroma of cheese tarts is, indeed, enticing;
- The soft and fluffy cheesecake filling literally melts in your mouth;
- These cheese tarts are freshly baked when served;
- The process of creating every piece is shown in front of customers that definitely gives more excitement
Pablo Classic Cheese Tarts In Manila
Pablo’s very first branch in the Philippines has already opened its doors to local fanatics, specifically in Robinson’s Place Ermita last Sept. 14, 2016 – thanks to Suyen Corporation that is headed by Ben Chan. Chan is the person behind famous retail brands, such as Kashieca, Human and, of course, Bench.
Apart from cheese tarts, Pablo is also offering cookies, ice cream, Matcha Cheese Tart, Chocolate Cheese Tart, Premium cheese tart, Pablo Frute selection, cheese pudding, cheese filling plus Japanese coffee.
Pablo Cheesecake and Tarts will open its branch soon in Trinoma, Bonifacio High Street, Robinson’s Manila, UP Town Center, and Greenbelt 5 Makati.
The company has its own Instagram account, @pablo_cheese_tart_philippines, should you wish to get a glimpse of its products, specifically the famed cheese tart.
Flights from Manila to Osaka, Japan
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