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Kitchen of Cakes and Coffee

First time to post something about a restaurant/cafe.
It was one humid afternoon last week when Ness, Ayzee and I decided to have some coffee after attending the Sponge Cola's press con held at Shakey's Tomas Morato. 

Just a block away we found Kitchen of Cakes and Coffee. 
The place looks cozy and the food/cakes on display looks do scrumptious.


 Ness wanted to try their Tuna Pasta. Looked yummy but smelled so fishy. Having less onions (or none I think) added to the "awful"(that's how Ness described it) smell.

Since I saw outside the Cafe's window their ad about Yogurt, I ordered Mango Tango (Tall). Taste like a normal mango shake and have not tasted a pinch of yogurt in it. I dunno. 
Ness had a Kokko Jelly and Ayzee had her Caribbean Goddess. 

Since the cafe specializes in Cakes and Coffee, we tried 3 slices of different cakes. 
First one is the Dulce the Leche, which costs Php90/slice.
Taste: 10/10 for me. Not too sweet, just SAKTO! So creamy and soft. 

Ayzee and I had our Chocolate Chip Pudding.
Php90/Slice (Ayzee called it "block")
Taste: 9/10 for me. Lack of some sweetness for me. But all in all it tastes yummy.
No "umay" factor. And it's quite a big slice for one person.

Crew service: 8/10 The waitress is kinda slow and forgot to list one of our orders. But they all wear a smile on their face the whole time. 

Budget for a single person to enjoy sweets and coffee at this restaurant/cafe, one should have at least Php400. :)


We haven't tried their best seller cake. But hoping that we will try that sometime soon!


US! Ayzee , Nessie and me!! :)

Aside from enjoying the food we had, I also had a great time laughing and giggling with these girls. 




Comments

Anonymous said…
Love your photos sis! That one time experience with both you is memorable with all the "wagas" laughters. Tawa to the bones and pituitary gland. We will definitley go out and do this again. *hugs*
Grace Abonillo said…
Naman! Looking forward to a lot more eating and laughing escapades! :)

Super di ko makakalimutan ang linyang "at dahil dun bumigat na ang utak?" hahahahha
Anonymous said…
Hahaha! Khit nasaan ako basta naalala ko un, napapatawa tlg ako. kevs sa nakakakita na bigla na lng ako ngumingiti ng wagas. hahaha!
Grysh Co said…
I would have loved that pasta if it weren't for the smell. I hate food that smell. :(

the other food looks yummy though, :)

Grysh
http://gryshco.com
YANI said…
You gurls are so cool. Enjoy the bonding. Hope to see you guys again!
michymichymoo said…
Looks delicious! :) And affordable pa. :)

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bedai said…
yummy foods like ko ung mango drink at dulce de leche!! nakakagutom!!
Lizzie said…
The chocolate chip pudding looks yummy! And the mango yogurt is perfect for summer!
yummy! I love sweets, tamang-tama eto na dessert ko :)
Sumi Go said…
I'd gladly take on that plate of Tuna Pasta! :D I have clogged nose naman at the moment so I don't think the smell would be an issue.. haha.. And the Mango Tango looks so refreshing! Would love to have a sip now.. :D
Berylle said…
I'm interested to try their yogurt drinks! :) too bad it doesn't have that yogurt taste though.
Yedy Calaguas said…
I love Kitchen of Cakes and Coffee! It's my go-to place when I want to indulge in cakes but have limited budget. I love their wide selections of teas :) But I haven't tried their yogurt drinks yet. Thank you for sharing.

www.yedylicious.com
stacy said…
Cool! Parang cafe style siya. Do they have free wifi?
Grace Abonillo said…
hahaha yeah the pasta tasted ok though..
Grace Abonillo said…
Hi Yani!!

I actually missed these girls! :)

Yeah hoping we could bond also sometime soon!! (crossing fingers!)


Thanks for dropping by!
Grace Abonillo said…
Truly sis!

I personally loved the Dulce de Leche cake!
Chef Fresh said…
The cakes look interestingly good but the drinks should always complement it, I wonder if they serve good coffee, it's what I like best with cakes.
Sweethestia said…
For me mura na ung cake nila ha... THanks for the review, this is a must try
Cha said…
Dulce the Leche looks sumptous! Geez I am drooling here! Hope to try Kitchen of Cakes and Coffee someday!
roviedear said…
aaaw. probably should go there just to try their cakes and coffee. :D the cake looks delish!
Rovie,
http://thebargaindoll.blogspot.com/

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