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NEW RESTO ALERT: The Dessert Kitchen

I've read somewhere that aside from serving good food, restaurants or cafes must be "instagramable" for it to be successful. This refer to having nice interiors with lots of corners for a quick photoshoot- food or ootd.  And one such place is Dessert Kitchen at the Power Plant Mall in Makati City. However, we didn't eat here to have our pictures taken (maybe on our next visit) but to try out the yummy-looking desserts on the menu.

Mango Pudding, P128. Not too sweet and it doesn't have that fake mango taste. Oh look, it has real mangoes!

Very "Instragrammable" wall at The Dessert Kitchen. Really a perfect background for ootds and food shots. Cozy place to hang-out also. Pardon the food photos though, we're too excited to eat than take pictures.


Original Eggettes, P98. This eggette is similar to the famous Hong-Kong waffle but is more compact than fluffy.


Green Tea Soft Ice-Cream, P158. It has real matcha taste which I find too cloying after several spoonfuls.


Chocolate Lovers, P228. Now this is a real chocolate lovers delight, if you know what I mean. ;)


Black Temptation, P188.


Cocoa Kiss, P168.




The Dessert Kitchen
3F Power Plant Mall
Rockwell, Makati City


the kitchen goddess
the dessert kitchen manila 

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