Hanjuku Kobo is popular for cheese tart (芝士撻) and opened its first branch in 2015. Their first branch is located in Tsim Sha Tsui which is near to The One shopping mall.
The Japanese cheese tart was a big hit in Hong Kong during 2015. I was crazy enough to queue up with the locals to get my hand on some of these cheese tarts at Hanajuku Kobo, where each person are only allowed to buy a maximum of 6 tarts.
These tarts were freshly baked and was still warm when we bought them. They definitely need to be eaten while they are still warm, where you can can experience the light creamy centre.
Although they are cheese tarts, it was surprising that the taste of cheese was not strong which is definitely favourable to the Asian market.
I also brought a box of Hanjuku Kobo Half baked cheesecake (芝士蛋糕). They were rich in taste that was smooth, light and fluffy.
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Hanjuku Kobo 半熟工房
G/F, 6A Cameron Road,Tsim Sha Tsui