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Carla & Elaine's


This cakeshop is a bit hard to find, not unless you always pass by P. Guevara or will drop by at Santi's Wilson because it is housed in the same building. It was a mom-friend from school who told me about it but she can't really explain well its location since someone just give her cakes bought from Carla & Elaine's.

It took me several months before I was able to visit the cakeshop, thanks to my "fish cracker" craving. But the long wait didn't disappoint.







Chocolate Almond Torte


I love its chewiness especially when its just out of the fridge. The cake itself is not that sweet but the filling is- for sweet lovers!



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