As far as cheesecake goes, my favorite one used to be in a café called So Tired in Aoyama, Tokyo.
Too bad it was no longer there the last time I visited. For the longest time I tried to find good cheesecake in Manila without success. Until last week when we happened to pass by The Cake Club at the new Bonifacio High Street.
I’m not talking about this kind of cheesecake, because I like my cheesecake absolutely plain and traditional
I’m talking about their cheesecake ice cream, which is so creamy. Jeroen says it tastes like they tossed a cheesecake inside a blender and made it into ice cream.
Luckily you can buy these tubs at The Cake Club and take them home.
Best sellers are Supermoist Chocolate Cake, Baked Cheesecake, Black Sesame and Taro & Jack Fruit.
While The Cake Club is already well known for its desserts, a lot of people don’t know that they serve really good food, even though the selection is very limited. The truffle fries are my favorite. They’re a winner! Eat them while they’re piping hot. Perfect with an ice-cold Coke.
Grace loved the Grilled Reuben Sandwich
George and Len liked the Red Beet Burger in the crimson bun
Jeroen recommends the Lamb Burger
the Roasted Red Beet Soup with goat cheese, green apples, and toasted walnuts
and Baked Salmon with Mediterranean crust and saffron risotto.
The Cake Club originates from the Diamond Hotel. It opened its first branch at Rockwell Mall and a second one at Bonifacio High Street, 7th Avenue.
Aside from hot meals and pastries, The Cake Club also serves coffee and tea. Their selection includes Malongo coffees and Hediard teas from France.
They offer a selection of wines
their famous ensaymada
and a wide range of Royce’ chocolate for you to take home.
Check out the full menu HERE.
The Cake Club is now open at Bonifacio High Street, 7th Street, Bonifacio Global City Taguig.
For reservations and private events, call 621-3176.