While we like the mini tarts for its flavour and biscuit-like base crust from Pablo Cheese Tarts, the soggy crust from the Freshly baked Cheese Tarts was a let-down.
Pablo Cheese Tarts Singapore Review – famous Japanese cheese tarts
Tarts, Tarts, Tarts……Pablo Cheese Tarts – another famous Japanese tarts has established its presence in Singapore followed the foot step of Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart and Bake Inc Cheese Tarts.
Pablo Cheese Tarts offers three different flavours for its mini tarts, besides the plain flavour, Matcha and Chocolate are on the menu. Of course, the mini tarts when compared to the shop’s signature- the huge freshly baked cheese tarts, it is an entirely different experience in both the taste and texture.
The mini tarts have a harder crust with different fillings, the fillings have a good balance of flavour with the mousse-like texture, not overly sweet and blend well with the crust which was buttery and fragrant.
The cheese filling has a jiggly texture, smooth and light on the palette, with a lingering mild luscious cheese flavour. Cheese flavour comes through quite well and not too overwhelming.
Not sure if our high humidity environment or the absorption of the moisture from the custard-like cheese, the supposedly light, crispy and flaky crust was turned partially soggy which was a big discount to the overall taste.
While we like the mini tarts for its flavour and biscuit-like base crust from Pablo Cheese Tarts, the soggy crust from the Freshly baked Cheese Tarts was a let-down, thought the smooth and nice cheesy filling provided some consolations to the disappointment.
Pablo mini plain 3.5
Pablo Mini Matcha 3.8
Pablo Mini Chocolate 3.8
Freshly baked Cheese Tarts $15.0
Pablo Cheese Tarts Singapore
A: Wisma Atria Shopping Centre, 435 Orchard Road #01-02/03, Singapore 238877
H: 10am to 10pm Daily