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Sweet Treats + More At Wence’ Dessert Cafe

food musings, foodie adventures, foodie finds, Malolos food crawl, desserts

Aglio Olio a la Romana {Php79}

My nephew, Sean celebrated his 11th birthday earlier this month and he requested that we treat him to Wence’ Dessert Cafe. We’ve been wanting to try the place out but never got the chance to do it yet, so we set out to visit the place on Sunday afternoon.

It was a full house that afternoon and we were made to wait outside for awhile until a table is available. After several minutes, we were informed that a table for 6 has been vacated at the 2nd floor.

It is a very small place and since it was packed with diners that day, it was a relief to be upstairs where there are less people and noise. I wish they’d made the windows bigger, though, as the limited space upstairs is really claustrophobic! Continue reading

Dining At Little Chalet

Malolos food crawl, foodie adventures, dining out, restaurants

this is the only photo of the food we managed to snap that day.

This new resto at Robinsons Place Malolos captivated the little one’s attention the very first time we passed by it. I think he got excited with the unique and colorful set up of the place and associated it with those fun and enjoyable play places for kids that he love to frequent.

The place sure does have a very fresh and interesting set up, as instead of just tables and chairs that we normally find in regular restaurants, Little Chalet has little rooms where diners can eat with their family and friends in privacy. Each room also come in beautiful colors that are such an eye candy to little kids.

We went there afternoon of New Year’s day and even when there are a lot of customers around that time, I am relieved we only got to wait for a couple of minutes to be seated. We were motioned to occupy the lovely yellow room downstairs {yes, there are more rooms in the mezzanine}.  Continue reading

Traditional Delicacies From Malolos

foodie finds, Malolos food crawl, breads

Not long ago, I came home with these goodies from the very first local event I have ever attended in my few years of blogging. I am certainly curious about these delicacies and admires the dedication of the people who made them and  who aims to preserve these delectable and historic Bulacan heritage cuisine. These food items, you see, were originally prepared by Maloleños back when our country is struggling to break free the Spanish regime. These local food treats were most probably the same items in our great heroes’ meals and menus.

The pastries, gurgurya and binanli, are instant hits at home, given that we all love breads and similar food items. They are perfect coffee companion and are great to serve during breakfast or snack time. I have yet to try the Atsarang Dampalit, though, and am wondering with which dish to pair it best. Do let me know if you have tips and ideas.

These age-old Bulacan goodies, by the way, are made by a local restaurant, Bistro Maloleño. Apart from these, they also have interesting items on their menu, including Emilio Aguinaldo’s favorite, nilagang manok sa puti with asparagus, and Pochero ni Plaridel, a favorite of one of my favorite heroes, Marcelo H. del Pilar. I have not been to this local resto, so I hope to visit the place one of these days. If you are intrigued as I am with these heritage dishes, I suggest you drop by the place when you find yourself wandering in the city.

Bistro Maloleño
Capitol View Park
near Barcie, Malolos City
0942 824 7876
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BistroMaloleno