Pablo is famed for their creamy cheese tarts. I love their thick, baked crumbly crust and the rich gooey custard-like centre. Although Pablo may not have survived in Singapore with the closure of their outlets this year, I’m glad that they are still doing well in other parts of the world. They have now launched Pablo Mini Cheese Tart Ice Bars!
We have not tried them out yet. But from what we know, the outer layer mimics the buttery and salty crust. The inner layer is the cheese tart filling, which actually tastes similar to the cheese tart itself. Some even say it’s better than the tart itself.
These are not only available in Japan, but in some parts of Taiwan now too. You can get these Pablo Mini Cheese Tart Ice Bars at Japan’s convenience stores or Jason’s supermarkets in Taiwan.
If you are travelling to either of these two countries soon, give these a try if you love cheese and ice cream!
Dates & times: Now available in Japan’s major convenience stores and selected Jason’s supermarket in Taiwan
Prices: Approximately S$2.15 per bar (Japan) and S$9.70 for a box of 6 (Taiwan)