Monday, July 18, 2016

Pablo One Utama

After Tokyo Secret, another Famous Cheese Tart is coming to One Utama but this one comes all the way from Japan. I read that it will be opened in October this year.

I was salivating as I looked through the menu of Pablo in Japan so I hope that all the tarts there will be available here as well. For sure the prices will be expensive and the queue will be long.

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  1. Japanese cheese tart. This is good.

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  2. Looks like the ones at the gelato place here, but I never got round to drop by there and try.

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  3. Pablo from Japan, fantastic. Kind of like Lotte from Korea. You can never guess the country of origin by the name. Maybe I should also open a shop to sell nasi lemak in Japan and call it, Jean Pierre Nasi Lemak, from Malaysia. :P

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    1. Must be famous in the local country so your nasi lemak must be famous here first before going to Japan.

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  4. Yup, Pablo sounds so Spanish or Mexican...who would have thought it originates from Japan. This one is for cheese lovers....not me! ;)

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    1. Should be ok for you too as you do eat cheese cakes and pizzas unlike my spouse who doesn't even drink milk or eat pizzas that have cheese on them.

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  5. There're so many salted egg-yolk outlets sprouting out everywhere. Our cholesterol levels gonna go up! Hahaha! xoxo

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    1. Errrrhhhhh, this cheese tarts do not contain salted egg yolks. This is not a salted egg yolk outlet.

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  6. You've been hanging out at 1-Utama? I didn't know about this upcoming bakery. I will wait for you to try later and see if the cheese smell is strong :)

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    1. Visited there for 6 hours one visit recently. Should be ok for you since you are ok with cream and cheddar cheese.

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  7. Oh my goodness. Cheese tart is so yummy.

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  8. I tried this Pablo in Shibuya - Tokyo last December. The queue was like 45 mins long in the open air. The taste was really heavenly warm with gooey oozing out and worth the long wait. I think my wife paid like 800Yen for a big basic piece. They have several flavours.

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    1. Wah, so nice. You have tried it. :)

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  9. Looks delicious! There are so many choices in KL.

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  10. Never tasted Japanese cheese tarts before.. Ipoh has lots of egg tarts and mini cheese ones.. Hope I can try those from Japan one day if I make a trip down to 1U...

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    1. When it has opened in October you can try then. :)

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