Thursday, December 1, 2016

Simply the Best

Just need to queue to buy one to try.

The long queue.

Got it!

One lonely cheese tart - freshly baked so must eat at once.

Take a nibble.

If you take a close look at the pastry crust, you can see that the crust has been pre-baked before the fillings are poured into it and baked again causing the crust to be very crunchy. The fillings are made from 3 types of cheese according to its website and is very soft but not watery. The cheese taste is light but yet distinct so it is very tasty, not cloying at all. You won't just stop at one so luckily I bought only one so I can't binge on them.

This cheese tart is from Bake (originated from Hokkaido, Japan) which is not available here but you can get it in Singapore, Japan, Thailand, Korea, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. I bought one from Taiwan and it costs NTD70 at the exchange rate of NTD100 to MYR13.72 so this cheese tart costs MYR9.60 nett which is more expensive than Tokyo Secret's cheese tarts (MYR7.90 nett).Will it ever open a store here?

26 comments:

  1. Yes, BAKE is available in Singapore but I have yet to try it

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    1. Why all Asia countries have, only Malaysia don't have

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    2. I think sooner or later, they will open a branch in Malaysia

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    3. You must go and try this.

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  2. Wow that is pricey but totally worth it for such a delicious bite. I don't mind buying it for a treat. Not on everyday basis though :D

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    1. Buy one each for everyone in the family to try is a must! :D

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  3. A decadent indulgence for those Good Feel Day.

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  4. I have not tried any yet. When was this? You in Taiwan recently?

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    1. Yes, last month I was in Taiwan.

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  5. Wow.. that is pricey.. wonder if it can sustain here.. not everyone likes cheese... but I have yet to try.. :)

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    1. The cheese taste is there but very subtle and fine so even non-cheese lovers may like it.

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  6. Oh, yum! Would love to visit here.

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  7. at first i thought there is a new baked cheese tart store opened in KL...then at the end u mentioned tht u bought it in Taiwan...aiks!?!

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    1. Too bad none here but Pablo is opening soon in One Utama so I can go and try another cheese tart soon.

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  8. Oooo. Heard of this famous cheese tart. Must try it one day.

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  9. it is another good recipe to follow..but again the ingredients must be costly..no surprise it will fetch up to RM15.00 if ever selling here.

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    1. If 15 for a piece here I don't know how many people will buy them.

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  10. Tsk! Your last paragraph break my heart!

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    1. When go Thailand or Singapore can try!

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  11. Even if Bake opens a branch in KL, Ipoh will still have to wait. I would love to try this cheese tart. Looks so good!

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    1. If you go to the countries selling this you can buy them. :)

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