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Monday, August 19, 2013

The Savory Dishes at The Cake Club

Note: This restaurant is already closed. 



Before we had dessert and wine pairing at The Cake Club, we indulged with the savory dishes of The Cake Club. I've tried some of the dishes during my visit to Diamond Hotel's Lobby Lounge, and I was more than happy to have those dishes again. 

For starters, we had the French Onion Soup (Php 250).

French Onion Soup

The onion flavor I was looking for wasn't exactly spot on, but I appreciate the Emmentale that came with the soup. 



For salad, we were served the GM's Favorite (Php 210).

GM's Favorite

GM's Favorite has forest mushrooms, fresh buffalo cheese with balsamic vinaigrette. A refreshing way to start a meal. 

A visit to The Cake Club wouldn't be complete without Truffle Fries (Php 180).

Truffle Fries

Sprinkled with sea salt flakes and truffle oil, I just couldn't have enough of this! :)

For main dishes, we had Sato-San's Mentaiko Spaghetti (Php 370) and Porcini Mushroom Crepe (Php 420).

Sato-San's Mentaiko Spaghetti
Porcini Mushroom Crepe

Sato-San's Mentaiko Spaghetti has cream sauce, spicy cod roe and topped with dried seaweed while Porcini Mushroom Crepe has parmesan and Emmentale cheese and light cream sauce. I was floored by the Mentaiko Spaghetti, the spiciness balances well with the creaminess of the pasta. It easily became my favorite dish that evening. 

We also had the Baked Salmon (Php 455), Roast Chicken (Php 395) and the Slow-Roasted Beef Belly (Php 395).

Baked Salmon
Roast Chicken

Served with saffron risotto, the Baked Salmon is a healthy choice at The Cake Club. Served with delicious gravy, the Roast Chicken isn't something you should ignore. 

Slow-Roasted Beef Belly

Another delectable dish is the Slow-Roasted Beef Belly. Served with brown rice, horseradish cream and honey roasted baby carrots, the meat just melts in your mouth. Even the baby carrots were so good, it deserves to go as a separate menu item. 

The Cake Club isn't just about the popular desserts as they serve hotel-quality dishes as well. More than enough reason to visit and enjoy a good meal. 

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The Cake Club
Upper Ground Floor
Bonifacio High Street Central, 
7th Avenue corner 29th Street,
Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City

Other location is at The Powerplant Mall

18 comments:

  1. I love their truffle fries!!!! hehehe YUMMY!

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  2. Okay, I was completely misled by the name! I thought they serve cakes hihihi. But, what you ordered looks so yummy. I would love to try this. Going on my "places to try" list. Thanks for the review! ;)

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    1. You're welcome. Hope you'll visit soon, Louise! ;)

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  3. Food looks really good, but kind of pricey!

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  4. Baked salmon looks yum yum! The onion soup seems too pricey, or maybe it's just me being kuripot hehe :)

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    1. You and your labidabs should try it here! :)

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  5. The food looks really yummy especially the Baked Salmon!

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  6. I love French Onion Soup. Only problem is I find them really oily. Haven't encountered a version that isn't yet. =(

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  7. Reading this blog makes me hungry and wanting to visit to try the yummy food at the cake club. Hope my friends are free this weekend and we go there ...

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