We have always thought that Hokkaido Cheese Tart has been in Malaysia for a long time but in actual fact, it was only established in the last 6 months in June 2015 and has expanded to 26 outlets in Malaysia, China, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia.
Tokyo Secret is the first cheese tart in Malaysia followed by Hokkaido Cheese Tart and also Pablo.
The unique factor about this tart is that Hokkaido Cheese Tart is the ONLY HALAL cheese tart certified by JAKIM in Malaysia.
Besides the HALAL factor which is important for all Muslims, it is also affordable and tasty. Based on social listening, those who are not such a big fan of cheesy smell, yet like your tart creamy, runny and crispy, then Hokkaido Cheese Tart is a great choice, whereby its secret recipe using 3 types of cheese comes all the way from Japan.
Hokkaido Cheese Tart has 3 flavours that are original, chocolate and the latest flavour to be launched on 20 January 2017 onwards is the D24 Durian Flavour.
Now, how to differentiate the original and durian tarts by the looks? Well, the durian one has a flowery edge.
The durian flavour is also moderate and not too strong, yet retain the durian smell too. Being a person who doesn't like strong smell of durian, these are just nice for me. It retails at RM 6.60.
I also take a liking to all things chocolate so naturally the chocolate tart is my favourite too.
There are three styles of eating their cheese tarts that are:
1. Room Temperature-Rich and flavourful, fresh from the oven
2a. Chilled-Smooth and refreshing when chilled
2b. Frozen-Creamy like "ice-cream"-The crust would end up being very hard and you need to use a spoon to eat the filling.
4. Hot-Reheat in oven toaster-My favourite way.
Current Promotion : Buy 5 Free 1 (RM 29)
You can get your favourite Hokkaido Cheese Tarts from many malls including Sunway Pyramid at Asian Avenue and also as a small outlet inside Secret Recipe at Sunway Pyramid.
|At Secret Recipe, Sunway Pyramid outlet|