Japanese chain Pablo to open first Wisma Atria outlet in early July with matcha and chocolate cheese tarts

Photo: Pablo Cheesetart Malaysia / Facebook
Photo: Pablo Cheesetart Malaysia / Facebook

Last month, news of Pablo’s imminent debut in Singapore got cheese tart lovers all across the island buzzing. Some probably even headed over to the Wisma Atria space formerly occupied by Omakase Burger to glimpse the signage with their own eyes. Anyhoo, the famous Japanese cheese tart chain will finally open its 80-seater space in early July, featuring a menu brimming with — you guessed it — cheese.

Get in line for the signature 15cm-wide cheese tarts (from $13) — available in flavors like cheese, matcha cheese, chocolate cheese and premium cheese — but don’t expect them to be too molten, ’cause the cafe here only offers the ‘medium’ rendition, which has a wobbly and gooey core, and not the ‘rare’ version.

If you’d like to have your tart and eat it (without inhaling too many calories), get the mini baked cheese tarts ($3.50) in chocolate, matcha or strawberry. But since the queues are probably gonna be ridiculously long, you might as well make the wait worth your while and splash out on everything from cheese soft serve ice creams to cheese-based smoothies, to iced coffee topped with a dollop of cheese soft serve ice cream. Did we mention that this place specialises in cheese? Yeah.

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