Jan 5, 2017

18 Snacking : Baked Cheese Tarts Part II

Here I am with more baked cheese tarts to tantalise you.

I finally tried Tokyo Secret's famous Hanjyuku cheese tarts after noticing no queue at their branch in IPC a few days ago. I must say it was awesome. The yummiest I've had in KL so far. Anddd I enjoyed all three varieties.

Hanjyuku Cheese Tart - RM7.90
Matcha Cheese Tart - RM8.90
Hazelnut Cheese Tart - RM8.90

The matcha cheese tart is pretty interesting to eat with red bean wrapped in, I think, mochi skin.

Tokyo Secret Matcha Cheese Tart

But here's the thing. I was in Melaka recently. My aunt and I saw a Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart stall in Mahkota Parade. Wanting my aunt to try something she'd never eaten before, I ordered a couple for us to eat.

I gave my two cents in an earlier blog post - I wasn't wowed.

Funnily, this wasn't the case at the Melaka branch. It was surprisingly the best baked cheese tart I'd ever eaten. The texture was much smoother, it was oozing with yumness and was very pleasant on the taste buds. My aunt fell in love with it instantly. So did I. She was complimenting on the lightness. It didn't feel like we would find a second piece hard to eat. There you go - a case of inconsistent quality!

So I round up by saying that Tokyo Secret is now my go-to for baked cheese tarts in KL, but in Melaka, I'm making a beeline for Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts at Mahkota Parade.

18 comments:

  1. yum yum! I want to try that matcha flavour!

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    1. I knew you would. You create the most interesting recipes, Angie ;D

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  2. Hello Sharon, the green one doesn't look very appealing to me, but the baked cheese tarts overall look and sound quite good! Thank you so much for all you share, and I want to thank you so much for all your kind comments on my blog posts. It really means a lot to me, and you are such a great friend and a lovely person. I hope that 2017 will be fantastic for you.

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    1. Hi Linda. Thank you soooOooo much for your warm words. You have touched my heart. It is through your blog that I am often reminded of the most important things in life. Thank you for all you do. xx

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  3. Nice huh? Not sure if they have outlet in Kuching. If do, I will give it a try. The normal cheese tarts. Not so adventurous when it cone to variety. Original is still the best, I think. ^^

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    1. If I had to pick a favourite out of the three, I would say that the original is the best ;)

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  4. Not a big fan of cheese tart. But the Pablo cheese tart at One U queue was super long too.

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    1. Haaa...I thought my cheese tart adventure is over already! Now you mention Pablo which I have yet to try. I'll just wait until the day there's no queue. ;)

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    1. I think the craze started in Singapore first before it reached our shores. You guys have several stores selling baked cheese tarts which I'm dying to try ;)

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  6. I wondered if there is an outlet in Ipoh. The way you describe them makes me want to try too! He he!

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    1. There is a Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart branch in Ipoh, Nancy ;)

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  7. Hi Sharon,
    Oh ya there's still some craze about Hokkaido Baked Cheese tarts here. After a while all the excitement will be gone ... hee ..hee.
    Wish you a great start in the year of golden rooster! Happy 2017 !

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    1. Happy 2017, Karen! Hah, I am waiting for that so I can get a taste without having to queue...hehe.

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  8. Haven't heard of this brand yet, don't think they're in SG. I'm not so hype about the cheese tarts actually; most of them are over rated......

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    1. I hear you, Shirley. I find inconsistencies with the texture. I think the hype has died seeing there's barely a queue for it these days.

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  9. i yet to try all these
    would like to try the cheese tart when the crowd is not much

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