Sweet Treats in Cabanatuan City: Part 2

As my “desserts-hunting” adventures continue, I was surprised to receive a message from a former colleague from work. It seems that my “desperate moves” for sweets reached her. She informed me that her sister-in-law will be re-opening her store soon and wanted to ask if I wanted to try their newest product line privately prior the BIG DAY. (Note: Inner self was squealing from excitement. Literally) 

(Drum Roll pls… 😛 ) I’m happy to announce that Desserts Chalet will be re-opening and will be introducing their newest product line 🙂 Hooray!!!

Thank you for having us Desserts Chalet! :)
Thank you for having us Desserts Chalet! 🙂
Actually, I was able to visit the store before together with my cousins and niece.

Was taken months ago.
This was taken months ago.
That time, I was still doing my thesis for graduate school so it didn’t occur to me to start a blog regarding the experience. Though, I can still remember my niece’s first reaction upon entering the store. It was exactly like this, “Ninang, this is the best place ever!” (with sparkly eyes..and all..) Yes. I agree. My very smart and cute niece nailed it for us.

Of course, for someone who’s been living in Makati, we were all amazed because we didn’t expect that such place exists in the midst of Kapitan Pepe Subdivision. For me, the ambiance and layout of the store can be at par with other high-end cupcake stores you can find in Manila.

So back to the main point, it was a rainy Saturday afternoon when my fiancé and I visited their store.Despite the weather condition, we pushed through with the appointment since we will be going back to Manila the very next day.

Meet the amazing woman behind these mouth-watery desserts! :)
Meet the amazing woman behind these mouth-watery desserts! 🙂

We were both welcomed by the owner – Ms. Risa Dela Cruz, engineer graduate turned chef. (Amazing right? 😊 )

The layout of the store didn’t change much. I still think that it will be perfect for photoshoots or events that require cutesy/relaxing/not-so-usual ambiance. You can actually contact them regarding it.                     IMG_0791 2


So here comes the most important part of this article – the desserts. Ms. Risa brought out her freshly-made bestseller sweets partnered with coffee and tea (Coffee for fiancé while tea for me). Btw, their tea tastes so good. Probably because it was freshly brewed using real leaves.

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Who in their right mind could say NO to these?? :P
Who in their right mind could say NO to these?? 😛
FACTS:

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1. Desserts on Glass Includes Mango Ala Creme, Panna Cotta (Blueberry, Strawberry, or Mango), & Choco Mousse. Price at Php 45-50/each only.

2. Cupcakes Banana, Ube & Cheese, Coffee, Choco-Peanut (ChocNut), Cookies & Cream, & Red Velvet. Price at Php 55/each only. FullSizeRender 8

3. Banoffee Pie – Price at Php 70-80 only.                    IMG_0831

One happy #bridetobe
One happy #bridetobe with her #precious 🙂

You can also request to take-out these sweets since they have available packaging specifically designed for these desserts. So even the desserts on glasses can be ordered for take-out. (Nice…right?)

We really have different taste buds. Lol.
We really have different taste buds. Lol. 😛

Of course, there are other items from the menu as well but it will be up to you to explore that on Desserts Chalet’s Grand Re-Launch Day on Monday, July 20, 2015 from 9:30 AM to 9:00 PM. You may want to follow/like them on Facebook for more information and updates regarding the 10% discount promo offered by Desserts Chalet.

Photo grabbed from Desserts Chalet's FB page
Photo grabbed from Desserts Chalet’s FB page. Like their FB page to get more info on this.
Also, follow Desserts Chalet on Instagram and get a chance to win Gift Vouchers on the said BIG DAY. Careful in following the instructions though! 🙂

Photo grabbed from Desserts Chalet's Instagram
Photo grabbed from Desserts Chalet’s Instagram
Desserts Chalet is located at General Tinio Extension, Kapitan Pepe Subdivision, Cabanatuan City (Besides Audi’s Inn). 


Read: Sweet Treats in Cabanatuan City: Part 1


If you have any recommended stores or upcoming events that you want to feature, contact me and I would gladly help you. 🙂 


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