Jakarta currently goes crazy for Japanese Cheesecake Tart! The sweet gooey and cheesy mini tart is now dominating the Jakarta dining scene.
Turns out, the cheesy molten goodness is so popular in Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and Australia as well. The mini tarts are made with several kinds of cheese and pastry shells. Jakartans obviously love all kinds of Japanese treats, and this is one of the most popular dessert in the city nowadays.
So, if you’re craving for a really good molten cheese tart, but not sure on which store to visit? This article is definitely for you!
Bake Cheese Tart
This twice-baked cookie crust filled with creamy cream cheese is successfully stealing every foodie’s hearts! The newly opened brand is always having a long line up. They also have four recommended ways to enjoy the treats. First, you can have it at room temperature, chilled, warmed up, and frozen. If you want to have a molten cheesy tart, then please enjoy it fresh from the oven, but if you want to taste the richness of the cheese mixture, you can chill them first in the fridge.
Pablo Cheese Tart
Pablo is one of the cheese tart movers here in Jakarta. The first store is located at Gandaria City, Pablo is also a popular Japanese pastry chain. For the current menu, Pablo offers more variations, they have selections of mini cheese tarts that are available in plain, chocolate, and matcha. If you want something bigger then go for their Freshly Baked Cheese Tarts which also available in Matcha, Chocolate, and Premium. They also have Hokkaido Mille Crepes and Cheese Soft Serves.
Hokkaido Baby Cheese Tart
This pastry shop is actually a Malaysia-based company. They only sell one type of mini cheese tart and claims that the recipe uses three different types of legendary cheeses. The style of the treat is more modern than the traditional tart. The cream cheese is heavier and they also have a gooey texture and a crispy buttery shell.