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Casa Xocolat

Update: Casa Xocolat relocated to Ground Floor, SMRC Building, Katipunan Avenue Corner B. Gonzales Street, Loyola Heights, Quezon City

On any of our food trips, the PEx food club usually goes to another place for coffee and dessert if both are not available in the resto that we tried. After our dinner at Grilled Tomato, we went to Casa Xocolat, which is only a few meters away from Grilled Tomato.

Casa Xocolat is an old house that is converted into a cafe, or chocolate shop (for a lack of a better term). The place is mostly al fresco, though there is an indoor area also.

True to its name, Casa Xocolat offers mainly chocolate cakes and drinks, but they also serve pasta, panini, and salad.

Am I dead? It seems like I'm in heaven

Seeing a counter-full of delicious cakes made me dizzy because I can't choose which one to order!

I ordered That Xocolat Cake (Php 95 per slice) share with my partner in crime.

That Xocolat Cake (and my camera reflecting on the glass)

That Xocolat Cake has a big white X design (as seen in the picture above). It is a deep dark chocolate cake for the "absolute chocoholics" (like me).

I also got Taza de Xocolat (Php 145), which is Xocolat's signature blend.

Taza de Xocolat

My partner in crime got one of the Cold Caprichos, Vanilla Mudslide (Php 115).

Vanilla Mudslide

Vanilla Mudslide is an ice-blended Oreo cookie and vanilla ice cream laced with Bailey's.

That Xocolat cake reminded me of Ms. Polly's chocolate cake, but a less sweet version. I would love to have this cake for my birthday.

One thing that surprised me was the Taza de Xocolat. I love the way it was presented, in an old-looking cup with mint leaf on top. However, it was too thick that I wanted to get some pan de sal and dip it on my drink. The Vanilla Mudslide is good too, though it looks like a kiddie drink, it is not because of the Bailey's.

Overall, I like Casa Xocolat. I love the cake and the ambiance. Though I'm a chocolate addict, I should have ordered coffee instead of hot chocolate.

I would love to go back and try the other cakes.


Casa Xocolat
172 B. Gonzales St.

Loyola Heights,

Quezon City

Contact Nos. (632) 929-4186, (632) 927-1990

Note: Other branches are Eastwood and Greenhills


  1. Tastes good too! Thanks for following Jane. :)

  2. These treats look so yummy! :D Bf wants a thicker hot choco so we'll definitely try this soon. Ako naman, I'm eyeing on the sinful-looking cakes.

  3. Hi Sumi! You should try this. Malapit lang naman, sa Ateneo lang yan. :D


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