Take a seat at their café and enjoy a cuppa with a slice of freshly baked PABLO cheese tart.

You must have heard of PABLO’s famous cheese tarts—cheesy and gooey on the inside with a crunchy and flaky crust. We managed to do a taste test. So how did it fare?

PABLO has opened its first-ever Cheese Tart Café in Singapore, right in the heart of the city at Wisma Atria.

With seating for 78 dine-in customers and a takeaway counter, this café offers not only their famous freshly baked treats, but also many items from their Japan stores such as smoothies and soft-serve ice creams.

Using strictly regulated baking methods and oven temperatures, PABLO produces a cheese tart that is famed for its precise textures and strong cheese flavours.

Our favourite has to be the PABLO mini ($3.50, original) with its rich cheese and buttery crust, great for takeaway but also excellent in a dine-in set with coffee or tea ($8.90).

If you’re a fan of matcha, don’t miss the matcha cheese tart ($18/whole), a decadent favourite among those who love azuki beans paired with bittersweet matcha.

Their chocolate cheese tart ($18/whole) is one of their stronger flavours. The bittersweet chocolatey crust complements the ooey gooey cheese filling surprisingly well.

For a more unusual alternative, try their classic cheese tart smoothie ($7.80), drizzled with a sweet sauce and crumbled tart crust. The sweetness of the drink is not overpowering due to the various layers of flavours.

Excited already? We think PABLO is definitely worth trying if you get the chance, though you should probably wait for the hype to die down (and queues to shorten).

#01-02/03 Wisma Atria, 435 Orchard Road. Tel: 6835 9269

All images belongs to PABLO Cheese Tart Singapore.
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