May 02, 2015

Sophie’s Mom

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  • Old American diners or breakfast places you see in the movies — these are things that you will surely remember when you visit Sophie’s Mom in Tuscany, McKinley Hill


    The floral and plaid tablecloths complement the white-washed tables and chairs.

    The interior is well-decorated with vintage clocks, frames and floral painted walls that will give you that homey feel, as if visiting your grandmother. They also made extra effort in extending that amazing look inside of a restaurant by putting a huge sofa, an old telephone and even a miniature Eiffel Tower. Passers-by can’t help but look at or take a photo of this quaint place!


    Framed decals and other crafty designs decorate the plain walls.

    Philippine Primer recently had a chance to take a bite of their bestselling red velvet cupcakes and try other yummy offerings from their menu. Our verdict? Two thumbs up with matching smudges of chocolate in the corners of our mouth!  We really liked their lemon herb chicken (P215) as well.


    Sophie’s Mom bestsellers, the Dulce de Leche cupcake (P70) and Red Velvet Cupcake (P60), can be served with thematic toppers — like these groom and bride ones.

    Sophie’s Mom is a place to meet up with old friends, take the family out on a weekend or just drop by for a takeaway cupcake. The price range is very much affordable from PHP 200 to 400. Diners have choices of pasta, meat and sweets. If you are looking for a venue for your kid’s next birthday party or a bridal shower, Sophie’s Mom also caters events with a minimum number of 30 heads. The restaurant owner will personally be decorating the restaurant for your next event.


    Photos and article by Beth Javines

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