Freshly Baked Matcha Cheese Tart with Shiratama and Azuki @ Pablo Cheese Tart Malaysia

Yay, we have finally tasted the cheese tart from Pablo Cheese Tart Malaysia. They were launching another Hot selling cheese tart – the Freshly Baked Matcha Cheese Tart with Shiratama and Azuki which is already available at Pablo Malaysia since 11th Jan 2017.
If you don’t know, Matcha is green tea, Shiratama means glutinous rice balls, and Azuki refers to red bean in Japanese. Pablo’s Freshly Baked Matcha Cheese Tart with Shiratama and Azuki is made from the top quality matcha – Uji Matcha together with well-known shiratama and azuki beans.
I believe you could imagine a silky soft, creamy cheese tart full of matcha flavours in crispy cheese tart pastry.
According to the owner, the Medium-Rare cheese tarts are best to consume within 2 hours in room temperature, and we could also keep it in the fridge for 2 days. We have tried it on the go and we kept half of it in the fridge. In fact, it tastes soft and creamy when it’s fresh, and it taste cheesy and sweeter after chilled.
 

In conjunction with the grand launch, Pablo Malaysia has also launched Matcha Cheese Frute with Shiratama, and Matcha soft serve ice cream. Matcha Cheese Frute is really rich in matcha and taste a bit bitter, which works well with the cheese flavor resulting this nice combo of sweet and salty. Matcha soft serve ice cream is tasty, and very rich in Matcha taste, perfect for all Matcha lovers.

Freshly Baked Matcha Cheese Tart with Shiratama and Azuki is retails at RM 49.90.
Matcha Cheese Frute with Shiratama is retails at RM 15.90
Matcha soft serve ice cream is retails at RM 11.90
I am already craving for more Freshly Baked Matcha Cheese Tart with Shiratama and Azuki, Matcha Cheese Frute with Shiratama, and Matcha soft serve ice cream at Pablo Malaysia.
Head to Pablo Malaysia at One Utama Old Wing now.
Pablo Malaysia address:
S130, 1 Utama Shopping Center, Level 2 (Old Wing)
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Business Hour: 10am to 10pm daily
Telephone: 016-2470255


For more information, follow Pablo Cheese Tart Malaysia on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Pablocheesetartmalaysia/

14 comments:

Siawsiaw Life said...

creamy cheese tart full of matcha flavours ^^ <3 <3 fall in love for matcha fans

Bowie.B said...

yummy yummy!!!

Zayani Zulkiffli said...

I wanted to try this on the other day, but the que was so long. I heard lots of good review on this.

Leo T. Ly said...

Cheesecake!!! Even saying the word makes my mouth water, not to mention seeing those pictures. This would go on to my list of desert to try when I visit Asia.

Rawlins GLAM said...

Haven't try this amazing little thing yet - but seems like everybody is going crazy over it. Meaning I have to go too.

Aliza Sara said...

Mmmm i agree that it taste amazing. Im looking forward to my second trip to bring back home more of it

Emily said...

I'm indeed interested in the matcha cheese tart. However, I am not so sure about the rice balls and the red beans. LOL

Amelie Yap said...

So many of you blogged about Pablo. I really feel like trying OMG. But then I hate the long queue

Mariel C said...

Omg I love matcha so much!! And I am really curious on whether the Pablo Cheesetart really tastes good, I want to try it myself!

Miera Nadhirah Tan said...

i have heard quite a bit about this and would love to try it out.... thanks for the recommendation

Sunshine Kelly said...

I like their original flavour more, anyway most of their products are quite tasty.

Blair Villanueva said...

i wonder if the matcha flavour is already available here in the PH branch.

Henry Lee said...

I have yet to try out Pablo yet and I am super attracted with their matcha cheese tart! Green tea + cheese = heaven!

Bhushavali N said...

Matcha and Cheese Tart? That's a unique combo. I like Matcha flavour but I connect it mentally with all things healthy. And Cheese Tart is deliciousness and gluttony!!! Combining the 2? Interesting.

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