September 20, 2015

Vanilla Cupcake

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  • A Dainty Cupcakery Serving Good Comfort Food

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    It’s not always that you find a cupcake shop with interiors as interesting as Vanilla Cupcakes which echoes themed cupcake shops and bakeries usually found in Tokyo and Seoul. As one of the earliest cupcake shops to hit the Philippines, Vanilla Cupcake is known for its delectable, dainty looking cupcakes—but did you know that Vanilla Cupcakes also serve warm comforting meals that is the perfect fare while you catch up with your friends?

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    Have your fill in any of the filling budget meals by Vanilla Cupcake Bakery

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    Creamy Zesty Chicken Pesto Pasta and Healthy Tuna Cheese Melt Sandwich – only PHP249

    After you had your fill of their sumptuous cupcakes (try the Chocolate Salted Caramel and the Banoffee), priced between PHP80-PHP120, you can also have your fill on the many warm dishes offered by Vanilla Cupcakes. For lunch or dinner, try any of their Vanilla’s Budget Meals including the Creamy Zesty Chicken Pesto Pasta and Healthy Tuna Cheese Melt Sandwich Combo (PHP249), two sandwich wedges with mayo tuna spread, topped with melted cheese, served with a side of potato chips with garlic mayo and spaghetti pesto. To wash it down, it is best paired with any of their iced tea variants (strawberry, vanilla, apple, lemon and guava) served in mason jars (PHP85). All prices are exclusive of 10% service charge.

    Photos and article by Melanie M. Suzon

                 
               
               
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