Pablo Cheesecake in Osaka, Japan

17 May

I visited Japan with my mum last month for cherry blossom viewing trip. Fulfilled her dream of visiting Japan. Our itinerary was Osaka, Kyoto, Kawaguchiko (Mt. Fuji) and Tokyo. There are food I like and some I won’t recommend. One of the things I would like to recommend is Pablo Cheesecake. It seems like a Must-Try food in Osaka. If you are going to visit Japan, please don’t miss this out in your list. It is now available in Tokyo too.

Here is the website link: http://www.pablo3.com/. It looks like cheesecake but also a pie. Taste wise, I found it has stronger custard taste than cheese. More like pudding instead. Overall, it has good combination of both. If you are starved, you might be able to eat the whole piece alone.

I bought it at Umeda Station in Osaka. The queue wasn’t too long.

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It was chilling and raining day. They provided the “raincoat” for our take-away paper bag. Very service-oriented right?

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The center was soft and so yummy! This was the dinner we had on our second day in Osaka.

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2 Responses to “Pablo Cheesecake in Osaka, Japan”

  1. Frances June 9, 2013 at 9:38 pm #

    OMG! My husband, daughter and I were just in Japan (May 2013); Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Kobe and Tokyo. Here we are just strolling along in Amerikamura in Osaka, tasting all kinds of foods, when we came up on a really long line of people waiting to get in at Pablo’s, and anyone knows if there is a long line at an eatery, it has got to be good! Pablo’s cheesecakes were the best food we had by far, and still talk about (besides the awesome Kobe beef!) except I thought the soft ones were the best, more like custard but still soooo delicious! We loved the one with mangos and plums on top. I totally agree, it is a must have, and if I knew there was one in Tokyo, that’s where we would have been at every single day! Take care.

    • tmy June 11, 2013 at 2:23 am #

      Hi Frances, I agree with you. Pablo’s cheesecake was one of the best food I had in Japan too. Its custard reminds me of Portuguese egg tart from Macau. The rest of the food I had in Japan was just too ordinary for me. Ichiran Ramen was highly recommended by many online. But I don’t find it delicious as they described. I wish I could try Kobe beef, my mom wasn’t keen. I should blog about the Hoto Noodles from Kawaguchiko Mt. Fuji next. 🙂 Have a nice day ahead Frances!

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