After a greasy lunch at Nolita, we then went across the street where The Cake Club is located. Once inside, you'll get a whiff of the place's sophistication, definitely not your ordinary pastry house. Where else can you find desserts encased in glass it seems like you're looking at an artifact instead of drool-worthy sweets?
I'm glad The Cake Club by Diamond Hotel opened another branch at Bonifacio High Street (the other one's in Rockwell Powerplant ) because I don't have to go all the way to Manila to indulge of their highly recommended desserts.
The menu outside the restaurant
We ordered this:
Vanessa: strawberries and cream in between pistachio macarons
Baked cheesecake goodness
I really suck when it comes to writing about the whole food experience. All I can say is that they were really delicious and worth every penny. Feeling ko para na rin akong nag-cake somewhere in the cobbled streets of Paris. Chos.
Sitting in the table next to us was none other than defense lawyer Karen Gimeno! Too bad we were all too shy to ask for a photo with her haha.
They also sell Royce chocolates.
As we were about to leave, this guy which I think is the store manager, handed us this fancy envelope. Inside are coupons that we can use with our purchase on our next visit. Neat!