Why we're avoiding Kumori's new Cheese Tarts
These dangerous, dangerous things...
(SPOT.ph) Two things: first, we finally found something that might rid us of our Hanjuku Cheese addiction; two, it might just develop into an entirely new obsession. Kumori now offers Signature Cheese Tarts (P60/each) and they're just as habit-forming as everything else on the Japanese bakery's menu.
These tiny tarts—slightly smaller than the average person's palm—are made with three kinds of cheeses from New Zealand and France. The combination of cheeses, not to mention the portion size, makes for a tasty but subtle treat, allowing you to go through a box without feeling overwhelmed. Each bite is creamy, without feeling rich, and it helps that the tart shells are slightly sweet and flaky, too. Once you pop, it might be hard to stop.
It's just as well. Thankfully, these Signature Cheese Tarts are cheaper in bulk: P330/six pieces and P620/dozen.
By the way, Kumori is also set to open a branch in UP Town Center, Quezon City.
Kumori Bakery has branches at SM Makati and Landmark Makati; Kumori Cafe is at SM North EDSA, Quezon City. Read more about Kumori.