Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Uncle Tetsu Cheese Tart

After the Tokyo Secret cheese tart in IPC, I bought a cheese tart from Uncle Tetsu, One Utama to try.

Just one cheese tart to test - MYR4.50 nett.

It is a bit smaller than the Tokyo Secret cheese tart and it feels lighter too. 

Side view.

I share this tart with my friend who bakes. The crust tastes like butter cookies that we get during Chinese New Year and the taste of the cheese fillings is not as rich as the fillings of the Tokyo Secret cheese tart. If you are not that particular about your cheese tarts, then I guess this one will do but if you are searching for the ultimate cheese tart then you will need to try the ones from Tokyo Secret and the coming-soon Pablo to make your decision.

22 comments:

  1. I still got no chance to try cheese tart up till today, maybe I should go around to look for it

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    1. Your side got the famous Bake cheese tart. Still long queue?

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  2. But the cheese is it more savory and not sweet, if so, then maybe I won't like it

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    1. It is sweet so you will like it if you like cheese.

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  3. Ahhhhhh!!!! I tried one here. They do not call it Japanese though, just cheese tarts. Looks more or less the same. Post on that coming up in my blog soon.

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    1. Looking forward to reading your post.

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  4. Huh?? They do cheese tarts also? Not surprising that their filling is not too heavy and rich. You see the type of cheesecake that they do then can anticipate how it will be I think. Uncle Tetsu = soft and light and fluffy.

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    1. Yes, they now have cheese tarts just like all other bakeries at this time.

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  5. I saw these cheese tarts when I walked past Uncle Tetsu the other day. But I did not buy any. Maybe one day I will buy just one, just to test if I like it.

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    1. And also test one from Tokyo Secret too to compare.

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  6. Hmm, I tried just the Tokyo secret ones, perhaps next time can try this from Uncle Tetsu.

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    1. Yes, do try to see which one you like better.

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  7. Looks good! I don't know whether Ipoh has any nice cheese tarts or not...

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    1. I am sure there are bakeries in Ipoh that bake nice cheese tarts.

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  8. this is cheaper than Hokkaido cheese tart (about RM5.80) per piece. The texture looks about the same...I have yet to try out Tokyo Secret and Uncle Tetsu...So far the most expensive comparing these 3 is Tokyo Secret.

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    1. And I think the best tasting among the three you named so far is Tokyo Secret because it is rich with no taste of essence (fake taste).

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  9. Japanese cheese tarts. Saw few bakerues selling this but not yet try one.

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    1. Different bakeries different quality and different taste.

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  10. Oh yes, cheese tarts for me anytime, dear! xoxo

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    1. Have you eaten the cheese tarts at Bake, SG?

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  11. This Uncle Tetsu used to have a long queue. No such thing now! I'm expecting those currently-hot cheese tart outlets to have the same fate mwahahaha.

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