First off, the food was very tasty and flavorful. We ordered truffle pasta with mushrooms, pumpkin soup, cappuccino cake and vanilla bean ice cream.
The soup was served in stoneware which made it all the more appetizing. Although quite bland you could still taste the pumpkin with a wonderful blend of herbs. Salt and pepper made it perfect though.
The truffle pasta was delicious. Topped with bacon bits and mushroom. The serving was quite small for me though. Or maybe I was just famished!
The cakes looked heavenly! The cappuccino cake had such a robust coffee flavor which was such an treat. The cake itself was quite dry but forgivable. The ice cream was not too sweet which made it a perfect pair for the cake.
Although quite pricey it would worth a visit. The cakes range from around 150 to 190 per slice. The pasta was around 380 Philippine pesos.
I appreciated the woodsy interior and the warm decor reminiscent of a wine cellar. The boasted to have quite delectable sausages and a selection of cheese. They likewise had a array of wine for sale.
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