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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Slappy Cakes

Note: This restaurant is already closed. 

As part of my birthday weekend last November, I brought my younger siblings to a place I know we'd all enjoy: Slappy Cakes!



Slappy Cakes is an American breakfast place that originated in Portland, Oregon with international branch in Tokyo and Manila. The place is known for built-in griddles on each table so the customers can design and cook their pancakes. 



The kids were so excited to try this for the longest time. So am I. :)

We shared a bottle of Chocolate Pancake Batter (Php 260), with add-ons of Bananas (Php 45) and Chocolate Chips (Php 45). 



I let the kids have their way in making pancakes. 



Writing our baby niece's name in pancake :)


Aside from the pancake, we also ordered Southern Fried Chicken Fingers (Php 350) and Slappyghetti (Php 290).

Southern Fried Chicken Fingers
Slappy-ghetti

Served with gravy and potatoes, I loved the crispy batter and the juiciness of meat inside the huge chicken fingers. However, I wasn't quite a fan of the Slappy-ghetti, maybe because we were expecting a tomato-based pasta than carbonara. 

Overall, we had a great time at Slappy Cakes. Kudos to the staff for being so helpful (especially with the kids). The prices are a bit more expensive than I expected but the serving sizes make up for it. I would love to try their breakfast entrees on my next visit.

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Slappy Cakes
Unit 1880-5, New Eastwood Mall,
Libis, Quezon City
Store Hours: 7:00AM to 10:00PM
Twitter: @SlappyCakesPH 

Other locations are SM Jazz Mall, SM North EDSA and SM Aura

4 comments:

  1. I am drooling over those potatoes served with the chicken fingers.

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  2. My little kiddo is not a fan of pancake but this would be fun to try out. ^_^

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    1. I bet your kid would enjoy the interactive cooking experience. :)

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