Pablo Cheese Tart Singapore shutters doors

Pablo Cheese Tart Singapore has closed all of its stores in the city, according to Mothership Singapore.
After 19 months in operation, the cheese-tart brand’s exit from the city follows the shuttering of its outlets in Malaysia last July.
The first outlet in Wisma Atria saw long queues when it first opened in August 2017.
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Pablo Cheese Tart has not issued any announcement towards the closings. However, its Facebook pages appear to have been deactivated.
According to Mothership, reasons for the closure in Malaysia included customer feedback that the tarts had a sub-par taste compared to the Japanese stores’ products, and consumers found them expensive.
Source: March 8, 2019,  Inside Retail Asia

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