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NEW RESTO ALERT: Sawsaw by Sau

Still new since it just opened a few months back, Sawsaw by Sau is an interesting one. 

First, it is always full whenever we pass by so yeah, we got lucky and was able to get a table in the al fresco area. We only ordered desserts though since we already had dinner at the other end of Poblacion. 

We had ice-cream and bibingka. For the ice cream, you need to ask the servers about the available flavors. So we got- Champorado with Tuyo Ice Cream, Maiz Ice Cream, and Bibingka Souffle. 

Champorado with Tuyo Ice Cream is a win! I love the pure chocolate-y (cocoa) taste and the bits of tuyo. Truth be told, I am not fond of tuyo so I was a bit skeptical with this flavor. But hubby likes champorado and he eats tuyo (but not at home!) so he got this ice cream flavor which we both find delightfully delicious. 

Maiz Ice Cream. Another winner here. I love how refreshing the taste was and that it's creamy in a way that is not cloying. This is the perfect dessert after a hearty meal. 

Bibingka Souffle. An interesting presentation of bibingka and levels-up the dining experience. Not to sweet and enjoyable in every bite. 

Overall, we enjoyed our postres at Sawsaw by Chef Sau. Looking forward to having an actual meal here soon. PS. It is best to call the restaurant and have a table reserved. 

Sawsaw by Sau
1209 Kalayan Avenue
Makati City 


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