The famous cafe from Osaka has opened their first Singaporean branch in Wisma Atria. Head down for a taste of their signature cheesy treats.

Best known for their gooey cheese cores and flaky brulee-style crust, Pablo Cheese tarts have garnered a huge following abroad—the brand has already opened 38 stores in Japan and nine international outlets since its inception in 2011.

pablo cheese tart launches in singapore: slices of signature tart with hot drinks like coffee and tea

Diners can purchase a slice of Pablo’s signature tart with coffee or tea at $9.50.

Fans will be pleased to note that their Singaporean outpost will be serving up a wide range of cheese-based treats, from their signature freshly baked tarts ($15 per 15cm tart, or $9.50 for a slice with coffee/tea) to cheese soft serve ice cream ($3.90).

pablo cheese tart launches: cheese soft serve cone is available for purchase at their wisma atria outlet

Cheese soft serve cone

Their Sabrel Cheese cookies (from $13) make for good gifts too. Choose from three flavours: original, matcha green tea and black (made with black cocoa and bamboo charcoal).

pablo cheese tart launches in singapore: sabrel cheese cookies, with a black crispy exterior and a thin sliver of cheese cream

Pablo’s Sabrel Cheese cookies come in three flavours: original, matcha and black

Just be prepared to wait—in true Singaporean fashion, a snaking queue formed outside the 70-seater space even before the cafe was opened officially for the first time.

#01-02/03 Wisma Atria, 435 Orchard Road.

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