Tea Over Cupcakes
Carolyn Robb The Royal Touch Review
Carolyn Robb The Royal Touch
, McKinley Parkway
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When my friend and I met last month, all we had were Thai lunch, hefty conversations, giggles, pictures and royalty cupcakes on the late part of the afternoon. S and I have the same interests — books, cutesy stuff and food. So, upon descending the elevator and having laid eyes on this dainty cafe, we agreed to go back to the spot for a parting snack.
See what I mean? I have made mental battles with myself on those that were topped with strawberries. I love strawberries you see. The rich chocolate varieties were easy eliminates because I dislike a concentration of chocolate. The sweet, sweet taste is overpowering and I would need a lot of water to cleanse my mouth of that. I prefer the fruity ones, the subtle tasting ones.
|I-forgot-the-name-cupyycake } Php 75.00|
|Blueberry Cheesecake | Php75.00|
|Lady Bluberry Cheesecake | Php 75.00|
This is S’s order, Lady Blueberry Cheesecake. Among the three, I only liked this one. The consistency of the cupcake was perfect and there were crushed almonds and fresh blueberries in it so I kind of enjoyed it. Also, the butter cream was yummy.
|Forest Fruit First Tea | Php 100.00|
Though the credit says the chef was royal, the taste have failed to allow me to feel like a princess. Sorry. The ambiance is really impressive, with the large mirrors and the music, which seems to be coming from an RPG game. I wasn’t really impressed with the taste of the cupcakes. I love the designs and the presentation though. And the price is affordable and the staff were very courteous. I would still eat my cakes in Dulgies!!