Pablo Cheese Tart Manila Prices and Location
Osaka’s Famous Cheese Tart is Now Open in Manila!
Ren and I went there around 4pm after his social group session in Manila and we were surprised that they already closed the line for new customers that early. Wow!!!
It was brought in the Philippines by Ben Chan’s group, Suyen Corporation.
The store is located near the main entrance of Robinsons Place Manila (in front of H&M and in between Mangan Restaurant and Costa Coffee). If you’re familiar of the place, then you know that this line of people (picture below) is quiet far from the exact location of Pablo.
As I have said, we were there at 4PM and the line was overwhelming that they needed to close it and limit the purchase to 1 cheese tart per customer only.
I wish I have one of those boxes to bring home but unfortunately hindi kami umabot sa cut-off nila. We all know that Japanese like minimalist designs, that explains Pablo’s simple black and white packaging.
I don’t know what time these people lined up, nakakabilib sila 🙂
To give you an idea and to prepare your wallet when you go there, here are the prices of Pablo Cheese tarts:
Cheese Tart (P599), Premium Cheese Tart (P799), Chocolate Cheese Tart (P699), Matcha Cheese Tart (P699)
It is pricey but I think it is good for 2 to 3 persons since the size is around 5-inches.
If you don’t want to fall in line and just want to take home any of their products at iwagayway ang paper bag (joke), you can get any of these boxes that contains Sabrel Black cheese cookies, Sabrel Cheese Matcha cookies, Choco Crunch and Golden Brulee Cheese Pudding.
While waiting you can watch how the bakers actually make the freshly-baked and quality cheese tart. Ang galing actually!
They will open another branch at BGC soon. I wish they will have a branch here at Alabang soon also.
I also wish I will be able to try this famous cheese tart soon and share to you what I think about it. Japan is one of my dream places to go to and getting any Japanese product/food is like being close there (haha ang babaw).