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Cake Heaven: Sansrival Cakes & Pastries

I've done my research before our trip to Dumaguete City and I think daughter and I just discovered cake heaven! Located at #1 San Jose St., Dumaguete City (few steps away from Rizal Boulevard), Sansrival Cakes and Pastries is a must-visit when touring Negros.




Baked Honey Spareribs. Very tender and flavorful but I find it too sweet. Costs less than P100 if my memory serves me right.




Lasagna. Daughter feasted on this for two consecutive days. Very, very good! And its only P60. Wow!




Mocha Crunch. Love at first sight is LOVE at first BITE. No kidding. And the best part --- its less than P20. WOW WOW WOW




Chocolate Sansrival. Another super delicious steal. Less than P15.




I'd love to visit Dumaguete City again and eat at my cake heaven.




the kitchen goddess

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