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Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart expands in Sydney, opens in Perth, Adelaide, Gold Coast

Is it worth lining up for a Hokkaido cheese tart?

Cue the queues. Cheese tart fever continues to sweep the country, with Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart branching into Sydney's north and inner west suburbs over the next few weeks, while also expanding into Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia.  

The cult Malaysian dessert chain opens its second Sydney kiosk today at Macquarie Centre in North Ryde and will arrive at Burwood Westfield on July 3.  

The 10-centimetre tarts come in chocolate as well as cheese flavours. Photo: Supplied

The first Perth venue will launch in late June at Westfield Carousel in Cannington, followed in July by a kiosk at Rundle Place shopping centre in Adelaide and a Gold Coast outlet on Hooker Boulevard at Broadbeach. More venues are also set to roll out across Victoria.

Named after the celebrated dairy-producing island of Hokkaido in northern Japan, the pastry tart is known for its rich texture and distinct sweet-savoury flavour. Each 10-centimetre tart is cooked on site from three types of Australian cheeses and comes in two flavours - $3.90 for original cheese or $4.20 for chocolate. They can be served hot and fresh from the oven, at room temperature or chilled.

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