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Riding on the cheese tea trend, pablo developed their own variation of the cream cheese foam. They offer drinks with the foam such as matcha latte and earl grey. I got a cup of oolong tea to go with the cheese foam. The cream cheese foam is very dense and viscous- took a while to mix with the tea. The resultant flavour was a milky, salty and sweet liquid with the bitter and astringent notes from the oolong tea.

The #cheesetart is on the pricey side but is delicious with a nice balance of cheese (that isn’t overly rich) and crumbly crust. Unlike the one I ate in Tokyo previously, the #matchacheesetart wasn’t overly sweet and was rich with matcha flavour. Liked that it was a molten core with a rich flow of matcha when cut into.
📍@pablo_cheese_tart_singapore, #B1-06, Holland Piazza
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One of the two hot food items on the menu, the honey cheese toast offers a slice of nice whole meal toast, topped with melted cheddar and chunks of brie. A small amount of honey is included for drizzling, thick but not too sweet as it seeps into the soft toast. Nothing too out of ordinary though.

Thank you @burpple for the invitation and Annabella from @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for the hosting!

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These little sweet treats make good snacks at any time of the day! Think rich and luscious filling oozing out of the tart with each bite off the crispy tart crust.

I like that all the flavours weren’t too sweet in general, and that they had smooth textures. Even for the chocolate that wasn’t overwhelmingly sweet, whereas the matcha was bittersweet. There’s a local variation of the cheese tart with Kaya infused in the cream cheese. Sweet, smooth and coconut-ty especially with the roasted coconut flakes on top!

Thank you @burpple for the invitation and Annabella from @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for the hosting!

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Toast was soft inside and crisp on its sides, topped with cheddar and slices of brie. It’s served with a cup of honey for you to drizzle over as well. Glad it wasn’t too sweet even though we had more than half a cup of the honey added! Everything actually came together decently, but overall I found it hard to justify its price tag.

Thank you @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for having us and @burpple for the kind invite! ✨

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My kind of cheese tart! I am not exactly a big fan of cheese so when something that’s not overly creamy and milky like this pops up, it’s hard to resist. Send that smooth, wobbly cheese filling to melt in the mouth and finish off with a splendid fruity, tangy apricot jam glaze! Enjoy the tart further with its flaky crust instead of the usual solid tart crust. •
Pair it with a cup of the Pablo cheese tea, exclusively at the new Holland Piazza outlet, where the cheese foam is formulated uniquely by Pablo in-house. I like that the foam was again not too heavy and cheesy in flavour. There are a few options available; lighter ones such as the earl grey that I had, tie guan yin, jasmine, oolong and a heavier matcha flavour. I had pearls added, but felt that they weren’t chewy enough. There’s also an option to customize your sugar level at 0%, 50% or 100%.

Thank you @burpple for the invitation and Annabella from @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for the kind hosting!

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Tried the Matcha ($4.20), Kaya ($4.20) and Chocolate ($4.20) minis. Surprisingly, I preferred the local exclusive Kaya flavour, which had a creamy layered kaya and cheese filling. It was quite sweet but paired pretty nicely.

The plain cheese mini is at $3.90 and they do rotations for their seasonal flavours ($4.20). It’s currently White Raspberry, but it will soon change to an apple flavoured one in view of Christmas!

Thank you @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for having us and @burpple for the kind invite! ✨

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This is Pablo’s signature freshly baked cheese tart, with cheese teas in the background (an exclusive at their HV outlet)!

The cheese tart is soft and wobbly inside, and has the consistency of a very jiggly egg tart (but in XL form). It’s brushed with apricot jelly on top for that mesmerising glisten and the crust is a softer pastry crust. Overall, could do with a stronger cheese taste, but it’s alright.

Their cheese teas consist of traditional Chinese teas like Oolong, Jasmine and Tie Guan Yin, as well as Earl Grey and Matcha. Earl grey’s supposed to be quite popular, but I chose matcha with 50% sugar. It was quite low on sugar for my chosen % and the matcha flavour was quite strong and gritty. The cheese foam is on the saltier side (compared to other cheese foams). I personally found it a bit too salty and it didn’t pair very well with the matcha tea, as the tea was too thick and clashed with the cheese. Nevertheless, it’s worth a try with a lighter tea like oolong or earl grey.

Thanks to Annabella from @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for having us and @burpple for the #burppleeatup invitation!

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This is the Pablo cheese tart drink, which is supposed to be their classic freshly baked cheese tart in a drink form. I thought it’d be quite heavy, but it was surprisingly light and actually tasted dominantly like mango yogurt, even though the drizzle on top is apricot jam (the glaze on top of their tart!) The crumble bits on top of the drink is the tart crust and I thought it was a nice touch. Overall though, this drink lacked the stronger cheese flavour I was hoping for, but it is a lighter drink that you could easily enjoy without feeling too full.

Thanks to Annabella from @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for having us and @burpple for the #burppleeatup invitation!

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This honey cheese toast ($8.90) was not bad. The cheese was gooey and I liked the savoury combination with the honey (very Korean). However, I felt like for the price, it fell quite flat for me. Despite the cheese slices on top, this was quite mild tasting and the multigrain bread wasn’t particularly outstanding.

Thanks to Annabella from @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for having us and @burpple for the #burppleeatup invitation!

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Of all the mini tarts, I definitely loved their kaya cheese tart the best, so I was delighted to hear that they’re gonna make it into a permanent flavour. The sweet and luscious kaya went surprisingly well with the slightly tart cheese filling, and tasted really creamy. Definitely a great local spin.

The chocolate tart was not bad as well - quite rich (think hot chocolate), and molten in the centre. The matcha was more subtle though, and it tasted dominantly of cheese, so this flavour wasn’t as outstanding in my opinion.

Overall, I’m definitely coming back for the kaya flavour 🌴 P.s. This is Pablo’s new 3rd store in Holland V! It’s a smaller kiosk type concept (compared to their other 2 branches), but there are still two tables outside if you’d like to enjoy the tarts while you’re there. To make things interesting, they also have seasonal mini tart flavours (the current one being white raspberry), but I hear that they’re going to release a new flavour on this Saturday! Hint: 🍎🍏🍎

Thanks to the lovely Annabella from @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for having us and @burpple for the #burppleeatup invitation! Thanks @cweizhi too for holding the plate in this pic.

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This looked and sounded like the drink that would be the heaviest/most jelak out of all the other beverages on the menu, but it surprisingly turned out otherwise! It’s basically known as the drink version of their classic cheese tart - you get toppings of lightly crisped tart crust bits and a thick smoothie base paired with just the right amount of apricot jam. It wasn’t too sweet and tied in pretty well with the savoury hints of cheese (though this won’t be it, if you’re expecting something full out rich and cheesy)!

Thank you @pablo_cheese_tart_singapore for having us and @burpple for the kind invite! ✨

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