Still about the Food Truck Bazaar in Cuenca Park, Ayala Alabang Village 2 sundays ago..
The covered basketball court was too crowded with back-to-back paninda & early holiday shoppers so I didn’t wanna add another body to the already suffocating area. But the kids wanted to see the ganap in the food court IN SPITE of the food trucks in the parking area. So we pushed & shoved (kidding.. bawal ang tulakan sa loob ng ayala alabang lels!) to get to our way to the crowded food court.
I never thought I’d say this, but I’m so glad that we did! I (or rather ATE) found a new discovery! m/ She told me there were cute sushi pieces on display. And japanese food lovers that we are, we wasted no time & made usi asap. Presenting to you.. MY PINK WASABI! <3
To my delight, the sushi pieces were actually chocolates!!! <3 But better than that, they are CAKE COVERED CHOCOLATES zomg! Lahat ng balde-baldeng pawis at langis (read: fats) na tumulo sa katawan ko mula ulo hanggang paa ay nasulit! :P I screamed PHOTO OP to my babies!!! ;)
I can’t usually stuff myself with this much sugar, but since their products aren’t overly sweet like most cakes & pastries, I was able to nibble from each just to get a taste. My 2 girls & I shared the 9 bite-sized goodness amongst ourselves. Ubos agad! ;)
Too bad I didn’t get to buy more. The next time they’ll be coming is at the St. James Bazaar & that’s in November 29, 2013 pa huhuhu!
But if you’re in the Makati & QC areas, here are the contact details. I promise you, if you have sweet tooth just like me, you will LOVE their unique sushi-designed chococakes.
* Fior Cafe, SM North Annex, %th Floor Cyberzone
* The Collective, Unit P 7274 Malugay STreet, Bgy. San Antonio, Makati (6-32-3309291)
* Unit C 1535 Joshua Street, Jordan Plains, Novaliches QC (0947-8658634)
Guys! This is not a sponsored ad k? And I don’t know the owners. More importantly, I paid for the chocolates. I just found their products really good & want to share my experience with you. ;)