Tuesday, October 29, 2013

A Quick Meal at The Cake Club

Diamond Hotel's The Cake Club has always been known for its elegant and signature desserts, but go for The Cake Club's burgers and sandwiches for a quick meal and taste another side of The Cake Club... 

The savory dishes represent yet another side of The Cake Club, and similar to their approach to desserts, the savory dishes are flavorful and elegantly plated consistent with The Cake Club's signature touch (see more of The Cake Club's new savory dishes here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-cake-club-unveils-new-dishes.html). The Angus Burger (P 435), premium beef patty topped with caramelized onions, pesto, and cheddar isn't your regular burger, think level up burgers with the best premium ingredients. And one bite is all you need to taste the difference.

And like their desserts, another must try at The Cake Cub are the rich and indulgent Truffle Fries (P 195), crisp, thick-cut fries sprinkled with sea salt flakes and served with ketchup, with an unmistakable layer of flavor from indulgent truffles.

Mentaiko Spaghetti (P 370), pasta topped with spicy cod roe, dried seaweed, and cream sauce. An elegant dish, light yet flavorful, a classic pasta with the subtle flavors of fish roe and nori combined with a rich cream sauce.

The Cake Club's Reuben (P 385), generously filled with homemade and cured corned beef, sauerkraut and emmentale cheese, a personal favorite. The beefy flavor of the briny premium brisket is enhanced with the sharp sauerkraut and emmentale for light yet filling meal.

Lamb Burger (P 490), topped with feta cheese, Harissa Yogurt, and frisee, The Cake Club's take on lamb burgers with a distinct middle eastern flavor with yogurt and endives. Different and tasty, not your usual burger.

Looking for a heftier dish? Go for The Cake Club's Slow-Roasted Beef Belly (P 415), served with vegetables and brown rice. Slow food rules. Tender slabs of premium beef belly, slow-roasted to perfection served with sweet baby carrots. And those baby carrots are pretty good too,

Looking for something light and healthy? No worries. The Cake Club's Baked Salmon (P 455), with a Mediterranean crust and served with saffron barley rice, packs a whole lot of flavor without the guilt.

But leave room for dessert. After your meal, check out The Cake Club's always impressive display of desserts...

The Cake Club's Chef, Decker L. Gokioco, on deck to ensure your dining experience is special, any time of day. A light meal, followed by dessert and coffee? You don't even have to go far. The Cake Club offers some of the best desserts on Bonifacio High Street. Pair it with The Cake Club's new Hand-Drip Premium Coffee Selection (see more on The Cake Club's exclusive high-grade coffee prepared the classic Hand-Drip way here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-cake-clubs-hand-drip-coffee.html) to complete your meal. Next time you're at BHS, make it The Cake Club.

The Cake Club is located at UG/F, Bonifacio High Street Central, East Superblock, 7th Avenue corner 29th Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig or call 621-3176 for inquiries and reservations. 

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