Friday, May 07, 2010

Estrel's Caramel Cakes

Who doesn't like Estrel's Caramel Cakes?
I haven't met any one who doesn't like this!

Estrel's Caramel Cakes started since 1946.
This is the owner's aunt's recipe and they (niece and sister) have decided to continue baking these special caramel cakes for their regular customers. (Thank you!!!)

"Our cakes are baked on the day of pick-up. Since they are without preservatives, we recommend that you enjoy the velvety goodness of Estrel's Cake within the same day" - Estrel's Caramel Cakes
Getting one for a special occasion means calling for a reservation for at least a week earlier!
Especially now that Mother's day is coming up. I am sure that they are now rejecting orders :p
Why? because they can only do so much for a day.

The caramel cakes are so moist and the icings are so buttery that most customers request for additional EXTRA roses icings :) Believe me, the icings really do make a HUGE difference :)
an 8 inch round cake cost at 550-600 pesos only
YUMMY!!!

They offer Mocha or Vanilla flavor.
TIP: If you want the mocha flavored caramel cake, you have to call them in advance because this is only baked per order.

Other house specialties are:
Apple Squares - Php 200 (box of 12)
Food for the Gods - Php 380 (box of 20)
Chocolate Chip Cookies - Php (60)
Leche Flan - 180
TIP: Order 3 days in advance!!!

54 Scout Tobias corner Scout Limbaga Streets,
Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City
372-2965
371-7938

If you are coming from Quezon Avenue, turn right to Timog then turn right at McDonald's.
Estrel's Caramel Cakes is located on the left side.

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