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Cheese Tart Chain Pablo To Set Up Shop At Wisma Atria In July

Sweet dreams are made of cheese with the debut of Osaka's famous cheese tart in Singapore

As the cheese tart craze slows to a glacier's pace, Japanese cheese tart chain Pablo has reignited the trend with news of its Wisma Atria outlet, to be unveiled in July.

Taking over the space previously occupied by Omakase Burger, Pablo will offer molten cheese tarts in flavours like cheese, chocolate cheese, matcha cheese and creme brulee.

Pablo's cheese tarts (from $13 per piece) will measure 15 cm wide, noticeably larger than the other palm-sized renditions from its competitors.

While customers are able to specify their degree of doneness in Japan, the Singapore outlet will only serve the medium version, which boasts a oozy custard-like cheese core encased in a buttery and flaky crust.

Mini baked cheese tarts ($3.50) are also available in flavours such as chooclate, strawberry and matcha, alongside other cheesy treats like cheese-based soft serve and smoothies.

Pablo is said to open shop only in early July. Meanwhile, you may satisfy your cheese cravings with these nine bakeries' cheese tarts:

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4. Flor Pâtisserie

If you love variety, you won’t be disappointed at Flor Pâtisserie. Apart from dainty Japanese cakes, diners can also enjoy their Ice Cheese Tarts ($3.80), which come in flavours like Original, Caramel, Earl Grey, Green Tea, Maple and Chocolate Orange.

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