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.
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).
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).
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.