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Fashionista foodies turn up at PabloMini opening


NewsHubMichelle Dee
One can never go wrong with Japanese food—even if it’s cheese tarts. Osaka based Pablo, famous for its decadent cheese tarts and desserts, opened its second store in Manila, Pablo Mini, at High Street, BGC—the first mini store of Pablo outside Japan.
Created by Masamitsu Sakimoto, Pablo cheese tarts come in a variety of textures, consistencies and flavors.
It was only a matter of time before this sweet treat could lure the Pinoy palate. And what do you know: Manila’s fashionistas are serious foodies, too. To be You snapped some of the most stylish OOTDs in the event.
Pablo Mini in Bonifacio High Street
Rowena Tomeldan, Virgilio Lim, Masamitsu Sakimoto, Ben Chan and Kenji Terada, First Secretary of the embassy of Japan to the Philippines
Mikko Marcelo
Tonito de Ocampo
Janeena Chan
Bloggers DG Razon, Joseph Tabor, Ira Ocyo, and Eric Chua
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