Famous and Popular Pablo Cheese Tart Available in One Utama

Cheese lover out there brace yourself! The king of kings, the emperor of emperors of cheese is finally here in Kuala Lumpur. Pablo Cheesetarts will be open for public on the 6th December 2016 at 1400. But hate me not, I was there among the chosen ones on the 4th December for the media preview session in One Utama which was AWESOME!

Everything you gaze and taste is flown directly from Japan, by everything I mean the ingredients, the staff uniform, the cups.. like literally anything in the store premise is Japanese.

It’s also Muslim friendly store!

The star of the show was its Pablo cheese tarts (6inch) which has creamy and melty cheese core, the crust has that puff pastry taste to it, each layer comes out crispy. A perfect marriage of soft, melty custard and crispy yet flavourful crust. This baby is selling at the price of RM 45.90, the star of the show is the reason why people all over japan still queue just to get their hands on this Medium Rare cheese tarts. 


This is the type of creation where you can share with your friends and family by spooning right into the cheese tart, best be eaten warm and cold. Each brings out its own uniqueness .

Their cute mini cheese tart(RM8.90) is just heaven! It’s like love at first bite, the freshness of the taste makes you feel like you were teleported to japan, just perfection. Most of the problem with cheese tarts nowadays that it always taste dry thus makes them tasteless, but for Pablo’s they nailed it. Perfect in every way. The cheese custard is whipped to perfection waiting to smoothen your taste bud.

Gaze upon the this yummy cheezy cheese tart. The cheese just melts on your taste buds, you need to experience this yourself

To cool off our hot Malaysian weather, they serve these smooth ice blend Cheese Tart Drink made from their very own 6 Inch cheese tart, it comes with 3 layers of heaven the first on the bottom is the apricot, coming up to its cheese blend and finally topped with japan finest whipping cream and the crispy crusts on top. Every sip u take is different, first of its kind in Malaysia, or should I say the master of cheese drinks. The drink can be adore at RM15.90

When I first gaze upon the drink, I wasn't a fan of heavy creamy drinks but this made me change my opinions on the drink. Another perfect score for Pablo.


The staff are super friendly and informative. They greet you with pure smizing, it feels like you know them already.

Here’s a glimpse of the menu, I could say I can't wait for all of the menu to be available especially their Matcha cheese tarts. Every penny worth spend on.


  1. Founded by Masamitsu Sakimoto, Pablo is the hottest and most famous cheesetart & desserts brand in the world.
  2. The brand is started 6 years ago in Japan. It now has more than 25 stores in Japan and many parts of the world including Toronto, South Korea, Manila, Bangkok and Jakarta.
  3. Pablo has sold 6 million of its classic cheestarts since its inception.
  4. Pablo is a ‘one-stop’ concept for ‘cheesy gastronomical delights’ headlining its wide range of mouth-watering classic massive, mini tarts, cheese-based desserts, pastries & beverages. 
  5. The medium rare cheesetart is famous for its soft, ooey-gooey and “creamy overflowing” filling.
  6. In other markets, customers can customise Pablo cheesecakes texture like a steak – medium, rare or well done! 
  7. The Pablo brand is different and unique unlike any other cheese dessert brands: .
    1. It aims to create fun, happy and colourful experiences.
    2. It has the widest range of freshly-baked cheese tarts and pastries, cheese puddings, cookies, drinks, and soft served ice cream. These desserts come in a variety of flavours, such as original (plain cheese), chocolate, strawberry, matcha etc.   
    3. Sakimoto calls Pablo “odorokashi”, a play on words that means "desserts with an element of surprise." -- whether in the textures and appearances of the products.
    4. Worldwide, Pablo intends to produce a cheesecake that can be served with different textures, just like a piece of steak.
    5. The open kitchen design and store concept is designed to reflect our specialty in serving freshly baked products and to bring the experience to the consumers. .
As Sakimoto put it: “The brand’s charming moniker is inspired by the artist Pablo Picasso. Just like how Pablo Picasso contributed to the world of the arts, we aim to establish a strong identity and strive to bring about the feeling of surprise and excitement to all our customers through our revolutionary and artistic cheese tarts" .
Get your cheese caps on and get ready this 6th December 2016 at 1400 find them at this address,you wouldn't regret this..

#pablomy #theonlycheesetartfromjapan

Paoblo Freshly bake Cheese Tart
Lvl 2, One Utama (old Wing)

Operating Hours: 10am-10pm


  1. I have tried the Japan and Malaysia Pablo Mini Cheese Tart! Their taste are awesome. No need fly to Japan to eat this already ^^

  2. I was there too! This is definitely a lighter version of cheesetart.

  3. omg! I love cheese so much and this really looks appetizing!

  4. I love cheese tarts you have no idea. But I didn't know this place was already open here! Thanks for sharing!

  5. I've not tried Pablo yet. Hope they will come to Ipoh soon so that I can give them a try!

  6. Oh my i just saw a mini Pablo shop just opened last week here in my city! Im excited to try it today!


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