This was supposed to be another late post. But I had the time to blog so it’s a not-so-late post. Probably, there’s just a delay of two days. Hihihi. I figured that I must post this since it’s going to be weird posting it in January of 2019. Why? Well…because of those mini-Christmas labels on those tarts.
I wasn’t able to try this during my last Japan visit. Time didn’t just permit it. Plus, we already ate a lot so yeah, there was no room for more. Good thing it opened a branch that’s a bit near to my office. They have very few choices which highlights more on their famous tarts. Oh, and if you’re looking for a space to work in, this might be it. It might be a little uncomfy given their limited space and lack of backrest, but they do have several sockets on their walls.
They do have these combos with their drinks where you could pair it with their Mini Matcha or Mini Chocolate Tart. I opted for the matcha one with their signature coffee. That cost P150 which is a pretty good deal. Their coffee was a bit strong but still a goodie. I added some sugar to balance the flavor in. The Matcha Tart was quite good. The tea taste wasn’t overpowering. The tart crust was rightly thick. It didn’t crumble much on the side, and held the filling well. The same goes for their Cheese Tart. I liked the whole mild tartiness of the cheese filling. It was so yummy that to be honest, I could have one more of that. To cap everything off, I tried their soft serve cheese ice cream too. It was a bit of a letdown. It had this icy texture instead of the usual creamy one. It did have a good dose of that tarty cheese flavor in.
From time to time, they do have different tart offers. They have that strawberry one which I wasn’t to try that time. Definitely, I would go back for their tarts and drink. I’d probably skip their soft serve. It was just okay but wouldn’t pay that much. But yeah, another cheese tart time would be a possibility in the future. 🙂
2F Greenbelt 5,
Ayala Center, Greenbelt,
Official website: http://pablophilippines.com/