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Pon de Ring by Mister Donut Cafe

Hubby loves to hang-out at Mister Donut, Greenhills before it was renovated because of the coffee and its proximity to Unimart where we usually buy our groceries. But for some unknown reason, he didn't like having coffee there anymore after the renovation. And it took us (me and daughter) some time before we decided to visit the new Mister Donut Cafe.





Now I know why hubby doesn't want to go there anymore (and its not because of the food) ...



The red chairs are l-o-v-e. Hahaha, hubby got scared of hanging-out at the newly renovated Mister Donut Cafe because it is too kawaii !!!



And because we just had lunch, and just had ice-cream (we just got so excited to try the pon de ring donuts that we forgot that we are still full), daughter had a hard time choosing what to order.



The lucky flavor was sansrival- yum yum! I thought I will just have one teeny-tiny bite but it was so good. Well, the first bite was too sweet but as soon as I had another bite, I tasted some milky goodness. The donut was not really that sweet, I was talking about the flavor on top. The donut was soft and chewy. We are definitely coming back for more. Also espied some pasta and wagyu burger on the menu. :)



Mister Donut Cafe
GF Greenhills Shopping Center
Ortigas Avenue, San Juan City

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