Japan’s #1 Baked Cheese Tart is now in the Philippines!


I’ve been to Japan numerous times and aside from ramen, sushi, and all that good stuff, they excel in making sweets too specifically cheesecakes and cheese tarts!
 There’s something about Japan that makes it a dream destination for many—the perfect spring weather, the beautiful but short-lived sakura and its delectable cuisine— rich pork broth of ramen, fresh sushi, melt-in-your mouth wagyu and delightful cheese tarts, foremost of which is Japan’s cult favorite, BAKE Cheese Tart
One of the most delicious brand I tasted was BAKE Cheese Tart. I still remember clearly how good it was and how I wished it was available here in our homeland. There was something about it that makes it stand out from the others.
Fast forward to today, BAKE Cheese Tart now exists in the Philippines and has opened its first store at The Podium! Its priced quite reasonably for its quality. 
It sells at PHP 95.00 per piece and PHP540 for a box of 6.
The taste is very similar to the ones I’ve had in Japan. If you didn’t already know, BAKE CHEESE TART’s freshly baked cheese tarts have their origins in Kinotoya, a long established French confectionery store in Sapporo, Hokkaido. BAKE Cheese Tart opened its first store in Shinjyuku, Tokyo in 2014 and following its success; they opened stores in Hongkong, Bangkok, Seoul, Singapore, and now, the Philippines. Their cheese tarts are composed of four kinds of cheeses from Hokkaido and France. 

The taste is magnificent. The heavenly creamy cheese center is out of this world. Your taste buds will surely dance out of pure happiness.
They serve their cheese tarts in three ways; warm, chilled, and frozen.

Warm cheese tarts have liquefied centers. The cheese oozes and flows like a molten lava while the crust is somewhat vulnerable but nicely toasted.

The chilled version on the other hand is like how your typical cheese tart is served. It’s creamy and has a soft cheese center.

The best in my opinion is the frozen cheese tarts.  It is extremely good. So, in the event that you decide to buy a box, be sure to store it in the freezer to have a nice cold treat which is perfect this summertime.
Like I’ve mentioned before, BAKE Cheese Tart is now here in the Philippines. They currently have three stores which are located in The Podium, Power Plant Mall, and SM Mall of Asia.

If ever you’re around the area, don’t forget to check them out and let me know what you think below!

Young entrepreneurs Larry Tan and Tyrone Ching brought BAKE Cheese Tart to Manila recognizing the multi-cultural palate of Filipinos today.


The cheese tarts are made of a complex layer of flavors that requires almost artistic detail. BAKE Cheese Tart was born 30 years ago in a Kinotoya confectionary in Hokkaido. From a rich portfolio of Western pastries and sweets, our founder applied a special single-minded approach to mono-producing the cheese tarts for BAKE. The result is a full-bodied but subtle cream cheese filling cupped in a double-baked crust. BAKE Cheese Tart can be enjoyed in four ways: freshly baked, warm, chilled, or frozen, Tan shared. 
We’ve come to observe that Filipinos are adventurous and hungry for global flavors. We believe that Filipinos will like our BAKE CHEESE TART and we want to share this gift with the Filipinos and the rest of the world. BAKE CHEESE TART uses the best ingredients from Hokkaido, and baked freshly in store. Therefore, whether you are having the cheese tart in Japan, Singapore, Korea or Manila, you can enjoy the same delicious and joyful experience because of its consistency, Ching adds

For more information on BAKE Cheese Tart, visit our website: https://cheesetart.com/en
Facebook: bakecheesetartph 
Instagram: bakecheesetart_ph

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25 comments

  1. It's so yummy and fluffy! I love cheese pa naman. ^_^
    Masarap po ba?

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  2. Wow !!
    Talgang wow !! Lalo na ing liquified ung center yummy ..naku

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  3. bsta pinoy foodie tlaga..sarap nito madam bsta Japanese delicacies masarap

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  4. Sarap po nyan cheese tart Lalo na this summer pwd baonin sa mga outing😍😍

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  5. Grabe talaga Ms rochelle looks so yummy..kaya super reasonable po ng price dahil muka naman po talagang napakasarap yung tipong hindi mo titigilan kumain nitong baked cheese tart,and buti nalang meron na dito sa philippines..sana one day matikman ko din itong napakasarap na cheese tart..

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  6. Wow!! Mukhang masarap nga po ito madam.. Gusto ko po talaga ito matikman.., Pero, grabe! Ang mahal.. pang mayaman po ang presyo.. hehe Hindi keri sa budget ito.. Gustuhin ko man, pero wag nalang. Butas ang bulsa madam.

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  7. I want to try these grabe mukhang masarap talaga

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  8. Wow gusto ko matikman to 😘😘😘
    Sana manalo, so kilig 😉😉 but definitely masarap tong cheese tart na to, salamat sis Rochelle sa mga binibigay mo God bless 🤗🤗🤗

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  9. I haven't tried this bake cheese tart, and i really want to taste it. I knownsuper yummy nito and babalik balikan. ☺

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  10. Wow! gusto ko pong matikman yan ms Rochelle����

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  11. So yummy, i want to taste them too and indulge in the goodness of this sweet treat. ��

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  12. OMG! Mukhang masarap sa picture. Hope to try that soon :)

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  13. Wow... it looks yummy😋😋😋...
    Hi madam im Cris Vergara... hehe im using my husband account 😁😂

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  14. Hmmm... mukhang masarap itong cheese tart na ito.. parang gusto ko siyang tikman.. :)

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  15. Yung ang creamy nya😍 kung preg lang ako baka napagastos nako bigla :)

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  16. Sarap naman Yan,,matikaman nga 😋😋😋

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  17. Wow looks yummt talaga. Nakakatakam super. Sana isang araw matikman ko din sya. Sure ako na maaadict ako dito. 😉

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  18. mukhang masarap po talga mam Rochelle kc iba po ang ngiti nyo ngiting busog..
    PASAY CITY

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  19. wanna try that Baked Cheese Tarts looked super yummy. Yes tru super ganda ng Japan at syempre yung weather na malamig at may snow sarap din ma experience hehhe love their flowers. at lalo na Japanese foodsssss love them. :)

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  20. Wow! I am drooling right now. 😋😋😋😋😋

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