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|The Belgian Dark Choco (P150). Drink it in shots.|
The lineup of cake confection that I sampled included the Mochamisu (P200; tiramisu with a twist; the twist being the use of the signature Slice espresso), Double Choco Yema (P240; layers of yema and chocolate moist), and the Slice Red Velvet Cake (P240). I feared that the Choco Yema would be overwhelming in the mouth, but I enjoyed having it slip down my throat without a fuss. The Mochamisu was a surprise because I swear to have tasted ice cream somewhere there. The cold, icy shot of cream was similar to the intensity of the spice in a Bicol Express. As for the Red Velvet Cake, it's probably got the sexiest cake slice behind that I've seen in years. The icing swirls on that slice rear just made me salivate... then I destroyed it.
Dude For Food demonstrate the stunt for me.
My verdict: I shall return for the appetizers and pasta favorites!
|Choco Stirrers snacking stunt|
|Champorado Slice-style (P160)|
Travel Snacking is a Turista Trails project to encourage snacking or food tripping in selected local tourist spots in key cities of the Philippines at odd times of the day. This post's destination: The Fort, Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City.
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