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Dessert Factory Is LOVE

Years ago, when daughter was just 7 years old, I tasted this delicious cake from Dessert Factory in Cebu City. I am not really fond of strawberries except that I like its color but eating strawberries is not my thing. But this cake was one of the few exceptions that I really enjoy strawberry. The cake is called Strawberry Surprise.



Fast forward ... and daughter is now eleven. We had a day to spare in Cebu and one of the places on my list is Dessert Factory. It is located in the posh Ayala Mall in Cebu City.


I know I have to eat this cake. And it is still called Strawberry Surprise but it looks different now. But it still tastes oh so good! Moist cake with strawberries. Never mind that yellow thingy. I'm tempted to hand carry a box but it needs to be refrigerated.



The other cake, the one that daughter ordered was Oreo Something. Actually, she loves anything with oreos.


Daughter is excited to eat her oreo cake! :)


I don't think I will tire of eating the Strawberry Surprise Cake. Looking forward to our next visit to Cebu because I'm going to eat my dessert there again.

Btw, Dessert Factory also serves other dishes like rice meals and pasta, and other sweet goodies.



Dessert Factory
3F Ayala Center
Cebu City


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  1. The Dessert Factory is <3! I usually order their cheesecake when my friends and I eat there. Their rice meals are super sulit too especially the grilled porkchops and kinamatisang kawali.

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    1. We were able to try the rice meals and pasta the first time we went there. But during our last visit, we're after the dessert only. Looking forward to a longer visit so that I can really blog about the restaurant. :)

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