November 20, 2017

Kiss the Tiramisu in Salcedo Village: A Dessert Shop for Your Sweet Tooth

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  • After opening its doors to the public last October 25, 2017, Kiss the Tiramisu in Salcedo Village, Makati has become a must-try restaurant. Kiss the Tiramisu is an ice cream shop that originated in Korea and upon having its very first branch in the Philippines, this dessert shop is now something to look forward to.

    As its very first branch in the country, Kiss the Tiramisu is situated in the central business district in Valero Street, Makati City and is owned by a young entrepreneur, Ms. Shirley Vy. According to Kiss the Tiramisu’s Philippine branch owner, the dessert shop is located in Makati for the reason that there are a number of people working and residing there. “The dessert shop wants to cater to employees, students, and families, and let the shop serve as a witness to the customers’ happiest moments,” she added.

    Also Read: Korea’s famous dessert shop, Kiss the Tiramisu opens its first PH branch

     

    What makes Kiss the Tiramisu different from other dessert shops is that all the items they use are authentic Korean products. They also use special acrylic goblets in serving their signature products that you can take home afterward. They aim to provide their customers an experience worthy of being called Korean Quality service with highly skilled staff, courteous service, and sophisticated design for as many people as possible, following the roots of the shop itself.

    Kiss the Tiramisu became famous for their luxurious soft-serve ice cream, made with luscious mascarpone cheese and pure fresh milk from Korea. Some of their best-sellers include the following:

    Matcha Latte (Php 190) layered with a single shot espresso, matcha and cold milk from Korea

    Tiramisu Ice Cream Latte (Php 265) made with a double shot espresso, cocoa powder and a soft-serve ice cream on top 

    Midas Touch (Php 295) which is part of their ice cream selection, made with ube cake, mascarpone cheese, barquillos, flan and soft-serve ice cream on top, covered with an edible 24k gold leaf

    After popular demand, they started offering meal items like the Kimbap (Php 270)

    Kiss the Tiramisu in Makati can accommodate about 20-30 persons. Aside from their clients that are Filipino nationals, they also receive foreign guests that are usually Koreans, Japanese, Europeans or Americans.

    The courteous staff will serve you only the best ice cream

     

    They offer free Wi-fi access and parking space for their guests. Payment can be done through cash, WeChat Pay, and GCash. They are open daily from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. What are your thoughts about Kiss the Tiramisu? Share it with us below!


    Written By Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno 

                 
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