My Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart from Aeon Tebrau though I have not tried the ones in Singapore! 😛
Been ages since I last visited Aeon Tebrau and am happy to know that they have completed the renovation and there are so many things to explore at the new wing. The feel of the entire place felt like KL’s Pavilion Mall to me with so many new shops and restaurants and the place is soooo spacious! I cant say the same when the place is flooded with people. I do not know why the crowd was not there when I went. Good for me, bad for the shops/mall 😛
As I walked, my eyes were drawn to people queuing at this stall and was contemplating if I should join the queue too but decided that I should come back after I have done some shopping :p A friend edged me on to buy some as the price is really attractive compared to SG prices. 😛
The crowd came in pockets and I was lucky to get my tarts within minutes as the queue happened to die down.
The range of cheese tarts available.
I had not expected a variety of cheese tarts flavours and hence, it took me a while to decide how many and what to buy 😛
There is a promotion whereby you buy 5 tarts and get 1 free. That is a savings of 20%!
For the original tarts, it costs RM29 per box of 6 and for the new durian ones, it is RM33.
Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart (Original) – RM5.80 per piece
Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart (Chocolate) – RM5.80 per piece
Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart (Durian) – RM6.60 per piece
Was thinking real hard if I should get one piece of the durian cheese tart to try but I had to resist the urge as I still want a safe ride home to SG so I had better not tease PB too much in case I get booted out of the car! 😛
My box of 6 originals Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart safely home.
It can be enjoyed at room temperature, chilled, frozen or hot depending on whether you like it rich and flavourful, smooth and refreshing or creamy like ice-cream.
My 2 tiers of unevenly baked cheese tarts.
Close up of the cheese tarts.
This is the first time I am trying Hokkaido cheese tarts after being super impressed by the Osaka Cheese Cake. I ate mine chilled but was not too impressed by the flavour and thickness of the crust. It does makes me wonder if they are truly authentic. True enough, a quick search online reveals that though they look almost identical to the Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts in Singapore, this is actually owned by the Malaysian cafe chain, Secret Recipe. Mum did like the tarts though so I guess it is something that I can still get when I popped over the causeway 😉
Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart
AEON Mall Tebrau City (New Wing Centre Court)
Lot G118 Ground Floor,
1, Jalan Desa Tebrau,
Taman Desa Tebrau,
81100 Johor Bahru,