3 Ways You Can Eat a Pablo Mini Cheese Tart

Who can resist the gooey, velvety taste and texture of a Pablo cheese tart?

Hailed as one of Osaka’s best and most well-loved desserts, Pablo cheese tarts are well-made: simple, delicious, and everything a cheese-lover could ask for. Pop into their new shop in Bonifacio High Street to try their new mini variation of the original—Pablo mini cheese tarts are perfect for parties and merienda!


Enjoy their varied flavors in every way possible. You can choose between their plain cheese, chocolate, and matcha tarts. Or, you could also take all three!


1  Hot and fresh.

Is there anything better than a freshly-baked pastry? Bite into warm mini Pablo tarts to enjoy its rich and creamy filling and its crunchy crust. They can hold at room temperature for around 6 hours and still stay soft and smooth.



2  Chilled.

Chilling these tarts makes the filling a little thicker for a firmer bite. Keep these cheese tarts refrigerated for up to 2 days only—if they even last that long.



3  Served on a cheese board.

We’re just thinking of more excuses to stuff ourselves with cheese tarts. They are made of cheese anyway, right? Make your cheese board a crowd favorite with these sweet and salty Pablo minis!


Pablo Mini is located at B2, Unit 977-979, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.


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