Pinoy desserts with a unique twist at the Wooden Spoon
When you think of popular Pinoy desserts, you immediately think of bibingka, halo halo, sapin sapin and sorbetes but at Chef Sandy Daza’s The Wooden Spoon, they always make sure to put their unique spin on tradition.
The Reyna Blanca levels up the classic Maja
Incorporating the flavors of pandan in a crepe makes it doubly delightful
The pandan crepe is hands down the winner of the night. Its a pandan crepe filled with local ice cream sprinkled with chocolate syrup and topped with pinipig plus spicy peanuts. Yes, you read that right. SPICY peanuts. The blend of the sweetness and creaminess of the ice cream plus the chocolate drizzle and pinipig along with hints of spice was just AWESOME! It was definitely something different but in a really good way.-Kathy Kenny Ngo (Zomato.com)
Keeping it classy with the classic
Or try it with a twist. The Tuyong Halo Halo is a must try, and perfect for the summer too. We’ve given you the perfect tip, now check them out at Kapitolyo. (ANGEL ONG)