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CEBU: Dessert Factory



If there's one restaurant in Cebu that I won't tire of visiting again and again, it would be Dessert Factory in Ayala Mall. It was during our 2007 trip to Cebu when my friend introduced me to this restaurant. And the cake I ate that time was so memorable that I vowed to visit this restaurant if ever I happen to go to Cebu again.




I was planning to go here the night before my flight back home but a friend who I haven't seen for a long time was also in Cebu so we scheduled a lunchdate and that includes dessert at where else!



I love the purple chairs and posh interiors. I wanted to order the cake that sealed my love for Dessert Factory but its not available. However, there are tons of mouthwatering cakes on hand so I had a hard time deciding what to get.


Mango Crepe Brulee. My friend ordered this. I'm not really fond of mangoes but I like crepe so I had a bite. OMG super sarap! I'm gonna order this the next time I visit Cebu. That's about a few months away now. ;)


Chocolate Cake. This is what I had. I forgot the exact name but its a combination of milk, dark and white chocolate. Perfect for Chocoholics like me. However, its too sinful to eat by oneself ... Good for sharing. :)




Dessert Factory
3L Ayala Mall
Cebu City



*** all photos here are captured by Kata M2

Comments

  1. Aceacf@yahoo.com1:44 PM

    That is achocalypse! Cebu dark chocolate cake. My favoritest! ;)

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    1. Wow, what a nice name for a cake. Achocalypse indeed. So chocolatey yummy!

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