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Monday, March 10, 2014

Wicked by Cravings



I met up with a high school friend last month who I haven't seen for years. We decided to grab late lunch at Kimukatsu then went off to have coffee and desserts at Wicked by Cravings






The counter displays an array of beautiful desserts that my friend and I took a while to choose our desserts. Glad the chef was very patient in helping us with our orders. 



The perfect pair for desserts is coffee, so I had Brewed Coffee (Php 100) while my friend got Hot Mocha (Php 125). 

Hot Mocha

We shared a Salted Caramel Macaroon (Php 85) and Dark Chocolate Tablea Mousse Cake (Php 225)

Salted Caramel Macaroon
Dark Chocolate Tablea Mousse

Wicked's Macaroons are the biggest macaroons I've seen, a piece is as huge as the palm of my hand. We didn't have a problem sharing this, and damn, it was heavenly! Another dessert that sent us to high heavens is the Dark Chocolate Tablea Mousse Cake. As I eat a mouthful, the strong and delicious flavor from the tablea kicks in. I was amazed on how something that looks so simple taste so grandiose. 

And we didn't stop there. 

We also had Reese Peanut Butter Cupcake (Php 100) and Brookies (Php 160). :)

Reese Peanut Butter Cupcake
Brookies

One dessert that picked our curiosity is the Brookies, served with a small glass of milk. It is a combination of cookie and brownies served on a stick. The chef suggested that you can eat it anyway you want, so I ate it swimming in milk. Love it! 

For two people, we definitely had too many desserts, but when you go to a lovely place like Wicked by Cravings, you wouldn't be able to stop yourself from getting as much as you want. I truly fell in love with the Dark Chocolate Tablea Mousse that I would love to have it again. I myself would love to go back and try more desserts, like their cheesecakes, cupcakes, macaroons, and...well, everything! 


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Wicked by Cravings
5th Level, East Wings
Shangri-la Mall, 
Mandaluyong City

13 comments:

  1. I love macarons, especially the ones from Moonleaf and French Baker. That macaron is indeed big, I thought at first that you just had the camera zoomed in haha...

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    1. It was really huge. I wished I took a photo with my hand for comparison. hehehe

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  2. wow looks yummy!! sira ang diet..How's the price point hope its affordable

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    1. The prices are reasonable, including the coffee. :)

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  3. This is what I call, "Delicious Temptations"! Just like you, I also am fond of these confections. I just try to get hold of myself sometimes for fear of getting fat and getting diabetes.

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    1. Yes, it's really sinful, but it's not bad to give in to desserts every now and then. :)

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  4. This post made me crave for cakes! Sinful but heavenly, I guess :) Based on the photos I'll be in dessert coma. lols

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    1. We were in dessert coma after finishing those. hahaha.

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  5. Saw this at Shangri-La when I went there last week. Will make a mental note of what I'll try. But will def try the salted caramel macaron. :)

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  6. Oh, sinful desserts, so wicked indeed! I must take my husband and son to this place soon! -- Maria Teresa Figuerres

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  7. Desserts! Dark Chocolate Tablea Mousse looks stunning and delicious. I love also the idea of a big macarons. Sana matry ko din :)
    Kaibril's Sweet Life - Delicious desserts

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