I was in Osaka Japan when I heard about this newest "cheesecake craze" in a dessert store that recently opened in Manila. So, I really got curious and wanted to know what the "craze" is all about Pablo Cheesecakes and Tarts. Why so many people are lining up just to have a taste of this famous cheesecake and cheese tarts in Robinsons Place Manila? Is it really worth lining for?
So, after a few searches in Google, I found out that Pablo Cheesecakes and Tarts originated from Osaka, Japan. It is a homegrown Japanese dessert store that currently has several branches in Japan which can be found around the Kansai, Kanto and Tyugoku regions.
I'm happy that I will be able to taste it from where it came from. So, it instantly became part of our itinerary.
On our last day in Osaka, we had 4 hours of free time to shop and explore Shinsaibashi district in the Chūō-ku ward of Osaka, Japan. So, while checking out the stores, we also checked out the Pablo Cheesecakes and Tarts store. There's also a queue if you want to buy, but not as long as what I saw on photos in Pablo's new branch in Manila.
I got to taste the Classic Pablo Mini Cheese Tarts which has gooey and creamy center and flaky crust. It is deliciously soft, rich, tasty and creamy texture that delivers a melt-in-your-mouth sensation. It is so good and so yummmmy!!!
Pablo thought of offering cheesecakes with different textures, just like a piece of steak. In Japan, you can even choose the level of doneness of your cheese cakes/tarts - from rare to medium rare. Cool right?!
But in Manila, everything is done medium rare.
Pablo, dubbed as the "best cheesecake in the world" has recently landed in Manila! The Pablo Manila store can be found at the first floor of the Pedro Gil Wing of Robinsons Place Ermita, beside Costa Coffee. Branches in Bonifacio High Street, Greenbelt Makati, Trinoma and UP Town Center will also open soon.
Is it really worth lining for? Definitely yes! Pablo Cheese Tart is really good, but I don't have time to line up for more than an hour just to have a taste of it. Maybe, I'll wait for the "craze" to subside then I'll try their cheesecakes and tarts here in Manila.
If you want to have a taste of Pablo Cheesecakes and Tarts from where it came from, I highly suggest that you fly directly from Manila to Osaka, Japan!
Flights from Manila to Osaka Japan
Cebu Pacific Air, the leading airline in the Philippines, flies between Manila and Osaka (Kansai International Airport) five times weekly, with lowest year-round fares starting from PHP 6,399. The flight leaves Manila at 03:05 PM and arrives in Osaka at 07:55 PM. The return flight leaves Osaka at 08:40 PM and arrives in Manila at 11:45 PM.
Cebu Pacific also flies from Manila to Tokyo (Narita), Nagoya and Fukuoka, as well as from Cebu to Tokyo (Narita). Book its trademark lowest fares now through http://bit.ly/CEBOsakaflights or (+632) 702-0888, or follow its Facebook or Twitter pages for the latest seat sales.
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