Early this week, I was in Casa Roces Malacañan for the third time, and had my sixth meal there. Every visit there involved breakfast and lunch. Every meal I had there with one exception was taken with a slice of cake. My favorite so far is the chocolate caramel cake, which I had on my very first visit.
In order to celebrate the impending day of the hearts, I deem it wise to post something sinful and sweet for the naughty and nice in all of us.
For related posts, please read Casa Roces Malacañan (Manila) and Auro Chocolate: Beyond Bean-to-Bar.
Here are some of the desserts available at Casa Roces Malacañan in Manila:
Cakes available at Casa Roces Malacañan
Choco Caramel Cake, Cherry Walnut Cheescake, Baked Cheesecake, and Carrot Cake, among others
Limited Caramel Cake and Baked Cheesecake
Cherry Walnut Cheesecake, Carrot Cake, and Devil’s Food Cake
Carrot Cake, P135.00 (US $2.59). I do not particularly like carrot cakes but this one was decent. The frosting was very light, which I liked.
Devil’s Food Cake, P135.00 (US $2.59). OMG. This was too sweet, even for Devil’s Food Cakes standards. ¼ of the cake remained on the plate because I had a sudden sugar rush.
Dulce de Leche, P110.00 (US $2.16). This dark and decadent chocolate cake filled with light coffee custard and finished with not-too-sweet marshmallow icing was underwhelming. It was too bland.
Dulce de Leche Premium, P825.00 (US $15.80)
White Chocolate S’mores
Buttered Caramel Popcorn
Casa Roces Malacañan Contact Numbers for Reservation:
(0905) 976 – 52000 or (02) 735 – 5896
Casa Roces Malacañan Address:
1153 J.P. Laurel Corner Aguado Street, San Miguel, Manila