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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Spatzle Euro Market Cafe

My dear friend Dexter and I had an impromptu lunch at Spatzle Euro Market Cafe, a far cry from our Japanese lunches. Spatzle, named after a German soft pasta, serves European comfort food. 

Each table has this cute container with utensils and hand sanitizer. I find this really impressive because the washrooms are a few steps away. 

While waiting for our dishes, we had their Haus Made Specialty Drinks: I had the Cucumber Lemon Soda (Php 135) while my friend had the Peach Breezer (Php 105).

Cucumber Lemon Soda
Peach Breezer

I liked how simple and refreshing my drink is. My friend found his drink too acidic for his taste.

For the main dishes, I ordered the Grilled Sausage Roesti (Php 320), and my friend got the Parmesan Crusted Mahi-Mahi with Aurora Spatzle (Php 385).

Grilled Sausage Roesti

Roesti is known as Swiss Potato Pancakes, a common breakfast item and quite similar to hash browns. Roesti dishes take 15-20 minutes to prepare and I was made to choose which sausage I wanted (I just forgot which one I chose. haha). The sausages are preservative-free, served with gravy and sunny side up. I loved the simplicity of this dish, it is something I would love to have anytime of the day. :)

Parmesan Crusted Mahi-Mahi with Aurora Spatzle

My friend's order is baked mahi-mahi with parmesan crust, served with tomato cream spatzle and a side salad. The fish was a little oily, and the spatzle goes well with it. The dish was a healthy choice nevertheless.

For dessert, we shared a Trio of Assorted Cakes (Php 290): Sticky Toffee Pudding, Zucchini Cake and Nutella Cheesecake

Trio of Assorted Cakes
Zucchini Cake

We were both amazed by the Zucchini Cake, which is covered with cream cheese frosting. I would love to have this dessert again. As a Nutella addict, I loved the Nutella Cheesecake as it wasn't too sweet. However, we found the Sticky Toffee Pudding too sweet.

For it's homey ambiance, comfort food and huge servings, I would recommend Spatzle. Don't miss the Zucchini Cake and Nutella Cheesecake as well. I would love to go back to try the other roesti and spatzle dishes. 


Spatzle Euro Market Cafe
Level 5, East Wing
Shangri-La Plaza
Mandaluyong City


  1. Been seeing a lot of mason jars in the restaurants that you've been featuring of late. Isn't it too obvious I am sort of obsessed about them hehe... My exposure on European food is not that big so this post is particularly interesting for me. This is the first time I've heard of a sweet potato pancake, I didn't know there is such a thing.

    1. I want to explore more European restos myself. hehe. Now that you've mentioned it, most restos now use mason jars, which I love also. :P

  2. Ooooh! Seems like a quirky resto to go to! I'd love to try this resto out soon, maybe tomorrow during Vday :)

  3. I love dessert so I will definitely order this trio of assorted cakes!


  4. Mason jars are the love! :)
    Their entree looks delicious, but I am leaning towards the dessert more. ;)

  5. Looks like they sell mostly German dishes? Looks yummy, pero no rice? =)

    I think the only German I've tried so far is strudel. There's this really great stall that sells strudel in Singapore. Sarap talaga. =D

    1. I don't think they have rice, it's European eh. :)

  6. I can't remember having a meal at a German resto yet, seemed like this deserved to be visited and tried. The desserts looked divine and Zucchini Cake (?), fascinating:)


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