Popular Japanese pastry chain Pablo, which is known for its luscious cheese tarts, recently opened its third outlet at King Power Rangnam and is celebrating by cooking up a new mini cheese tart with strawberries.
Available only at this new shop, the Pablo mini strawberry cheese tart is a creamy bite-sized delight baked to perfection and boasting a refreshing and tangy taste.
The Pablo cheese tart hails from Umeda, Osaka and was launched in 2011 by Masamitsu Sakimoto, who spent six months working on recipes. The tarts came in different textures and customers were invited to choose a level of “doneness” in much the same way as they would choose how they wanted their steak cooked. His original tart, a rich extra-soft cheese batter delight topped with apricot jam, was an instant hit and now Pablo has 25 branches in Japan, as well as in the Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, Indonesia and Malaysia .Pablo landed in Thailand eight months ago and already has branches at Siam Paragon and Central Plaza Lat Phrao.
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