Pablo, the world-renowned cheese tart from Japan, opened its first Jakarta branch in November. Located in one of the biggest shopping centres in town, Gandaria City, Pablo is ready to spoil Jakarta’s dessert enthusiasts with its famous cheese tart.
The dessert house is named after famous Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. Pablo’s founder Masamitsu Sakimoto greatly admired the painter and is hoping that his cheese cakes can have an immense breakthrough on the international market - just like Picasso in the field of arts and culture.
Pablo is definitely not your ordinary cheese tart as it promises surprising elements in every bite. To ensure the best texture and flavour in every single tart, Pablo has created a special maturity level standard (medium rare), so everyone can get a taste of the authentic Pablo experience.
The medium rare maturity provides a unique sensation; the soft, rich, tasty and creamy cheese filling perfectly complements the delicious flaky crust which will melt in your mouth instantly.
All products in Pablo are made freshly and prepared by order. Pablo outlets have spread from Japan to many cities in Asia, including South Korea, the Phillipines and Thailand. During the opening of the Jakarta branch, Pablo Indonesia hinted that they will open another branch in Jakarta soon, so follow @pablo_cheese_tart_indonesia on Instagram for more updates.
Jakarta has numerous famous places scattered around the city. We know some of them: Martello Fortress in Kepulauan Seribu (Thousand Islands) area and Pura Aditya Jaya (Aditya Jaya Temple) in Rawamangun, East Jakarta.
Yes. There’s a temple in Jakarta.
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