BAKE Cheese Tart is now in Manila opening not just one but two doors in The Podium last December and at the Powerplant Mall Rockwell last January and a pop-up store at the Mall of Asia this March 16.
We have young entrepreneurs Larry Tan and Tyrone Ching for bringing BAKE Cheese Tart to Manila because they saw the clamor for it and realized that the Filipino palette was more than ready for it.
BAKE Cheese Tart comes from a 30-year old Japanese bakery called Kinotoya . Globally, it churns out a mind-boggling 35 million cheese tarts per year. That is an outstanding number of cheese tarts being consumed by people all over Asia.
The BAKE Cheese Tart contains an exquisite blend of four types of cheese - three coming from Hokkaido and one from France. It is then cupped in a double braked crust and baked until it turns a delicate golden brown. The result is a cheese tart that lends a sensational mouthfeel.
Four ways to eat BAKE Cheese TartThere are four ways to eat BAKE Cheese Tart. Freshly baked, chilled, frozen, and warm. When you buy and want to eat BAKE Cheese Tart on the spot, you can either have it soon as it is freshly baked or wait around 5 minutes or so to have it warm. To enjoy it chilled or frozen, just put it in the fridge for a few hours then eat it or leave it in the freezer overnight then have a bite. It will taste like cheesecake.
For more information on BAKE Cheese Tart, ou can visit http://cheesetart.com/en