Taste Authentic French Pastries in Pasig : Coffee Time Cakes & Pastries

Hello Sweeties,

It has been a while, I know. I had been busy with my day job as of late and I have not been able to attend any events the past few months. I was so lucky to receive and invitation from the Rizal based foodies to join a foodie meet-up near Marcos Highway.  The shop is called Coffee Time Cakes and Pastries.

Coffee Time Cakes and Pasties is a concept store that caters to the clients of their  ATMT Car Care  company that does professional detailing for cars.  It’s a relatively small shop but it is so much more!

If you like what you see on the store cake window click below:

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Filipino-Malaysian Cuisine found in near the border of Metro Manila and Rizal: Ghella’s Kitchen

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One fine day, I and other Antipolo based bloggers got together via an invitation of the owners of Ghella’s Kitchen to try out their Filipino-Malaysian dishes in their newly opened location, behind McDonald’s  Marcos Hi-way. The new site is perfect for foodies in the Marikina, Cainta, Pasig and Antipolo areas who pass this traffic ridden area everyday, and are up for a foodie adventure.

They used to be located at near the Mayamot-Lilac area but due to the road construction and other issues they decided to move shop to the spanking new building around October 2016.  Ghella’s Kitchen is a collaboration between mother-daughter team Mommy Leni and Angela, the place was named after her.

Mommy Leni is the magician in the kitchen, she lived and worked in Brunei Darussalam for more than 30 years and has decided to bring to the Philippines the unique cuisine she has come to love.  Angela used to be a banker but wanted a change of pace, she is handles the business aspect and social media part of Ghella’s Kitchen.

I am pretty much a newbie when in comes to trying out Malaysian Cuisine. Although I have been trying out a great many restaurants the past few years this is the first time I actually tried anything Malaysian. Mental note to go to ASEAN specialty places so I don’t feel like a noob.

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