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Pablo Japanese Cheese tart is opening soon in Downtown Toronto

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Pablo Japanese Cheese tart is opening soon in Downtown Toronto

Pablo is opening soon!! This is located near Uncle Tetsu on Dundas Street.
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WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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As a Torontonian, I can't wait to wait in line for 2 hours.
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Toronto overhype talk aside - Pablo is legit, hope their quality remains the same as in japan.
SPOOOOOOOOOOOONN!!!!...
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who knew there were so many types of Asian tarts? I still haven't tried Uncle Tetsu's.
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Yum! that looks delicious...

I'll wait till the line up's die down before I try :)
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When??? I'm ready to line up for hrs!!! I had it in Japan and Uncle Tetsu never can compare with Pablo!!!
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Good good, line up for me.
auszewai wrote:
Jul 4th, 2017 1:14 am
When??? I'm ready to line up for hrs!!! I had it in Japan and Uncle Tetsu never can compare with Pablo!!!

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When they say "cheese tart" is that code for something else? Is this a molten cheesecake or something? When Uncle Tetsu called their's a cheesecake I thought it was, but clearly thats not an "American" cheesecake.
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Jul 6th, 2017 3:18 pm
When they say "cheese tart" is that code for something else? Is this a molten cheesecake or something? When Uncle Tetsu called their's a cheesecake I thought it was, but clearly thats not an "American" cheesecake.
In Japan you can choose from "rare" (which is like molten cheesecase) or "medium rare" (more like "well done"). It's called cheese tart because of the tart base, inside is still cheesecake. Definitely more "cheese" if you compare with Uncle Tetsu. Actually feel like you are eating cheese. They also have mini (well done) version, premium version with creme brulee top.

Pablo is VERY VERY popular in Japan, wherease Uncle Tetsu, most ppl have never heard of it in Japan. Can't imagine how long have to wait in line here...
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jjesskaka wrote:
Jul 7th, 2017 5:38 pm
In Japan you can choose from "rare" (which is like molten cheesecase) or "medium rare" (more like "well done"). It's called cheese tart because of the tart base, inside is still cheesecake. Definitely more "cheese" if you compare with Uncle Tetsu. Actually feel like you are eating cheese. They also have mini (well done) version, premium version with creme brulee top.

Pablo is VERY VERY popular in Japan, wherease Uncle Tetsu, most ppl have never heard of it in Japan. Can't imagine how long have to wait in line here...
Okay thanks! Now I'm curious! :)
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Japanese cheesecake hype now cheese tarts.
I'm yet to try the cheesecake but avoided the lines so far.
BTW. The name "Pablo" sounds authentically Japanese.;)
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Oh boy. Will be in line for this. Waited 30 minutes in Osaka 3 years ago for this. Yum.
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Had this in Akihabara...

Makes uncle tetsu taste like fecal matter.

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