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Tous Les Jours and Other Food Finds

There's always a special thrill whenever there's a new food discovery.

To start with, I'd like to introduce the Korean Tous les Jours Bakeshop. At last, nagkita na rin kami. And look at the packaging, its so nice--- gwiyomi !!! It even has a cake server and candles just in case you forget to buy one. Costs less than P500. Thumbs up!





This is our first TLJ cake and I'm impressed not only with the taste (not too sweet so there's no umay factor), but it is also very pleasing to look at.



Pili Tart which came all the way from Naga. This was given to me by a very gracious lady named Apple. Nice and fresh looking packaging. You know what-- it is always a sure way to attract more buyers if the packaging or food presentation is done nicely and creatively.


As for the taste, it is very easy to like since it is newly made. I'm guessing not more than 48hrs out of the oven. The tart itself was crunchy and doesn't have any "flour" tastes as compared to the ones being sold on the grocery or tiangge. The filling is not too sweet also but it has a caramel-y goodness to it. However, I can't seem to detect the taste of pili nuts. :(


Korean Caramel Candy. Think Kraft Caramel except that this one lacks the chewiness and caramel taste. Costs P35/ pack. Most Korean Groceries have this but price varies depending on location. The items in Makati are much cheaper than the ones being sold in Ermita.


Stackers Cheeseburger.



Daughter had this earlier. I was supposed to have a bite but its gone in a few seconds. Must be good. Costs P135. But when I asked her about the taste, she said she still prefer the burger from Army Navy. Talk about favoritism! Hahaha.



Pon de Ring by Mister Donut Cafe. I forgot the name because this is just new on their menu. Its okay okay. Nothing exceptional except the eye-catching sprinkles which is so girly-girly. And I also like pon de rings even the plain ones because its chewy. Please see previous post of Pon de Ring by Mister Donut Cafe




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