The Japanese popular cheese tart, Pablo, had their first store opening in Toronto yesterday. The store was celebrating both the 150th year of Canada and the first day of business by giving out the cheese tarts to the first 150 customers who lined up outside of this new store located in Dundas St. West and Bay St, Downtown. According to the menu, the original flavor cheese tart is $14.99 each, matcha tea and chocolate flavor are $16.99 each, the premium cheesetart is $24.99 each and mini cheese tart is $3.99 each. Besides the cheese tart, you may also enjoy their special coffee, smoothie, shaved ice and sundae inside the store.
Pablo is a cheese tart specialized store which was first opened in Osaka, Japan. Since 2011, Pablo cheese tart became popular in Japan and East Asia area such as South Korea, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore and more. The name “Pablo” is obtained from the famous artist Pablo Picasso. Its special recipe is the key to the softness of the cheese inside the tart.
Photo Highlight (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca).