April 13, 2017

Satisfy Your Sugar Cravings in These Famous Pastry Shops in Bacolod

Head to these best dessert shops in Bacolod when you need a sugar fix.
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Bacolod City isn’t called the “Sugar Bowl of the Philippines” for nothing. If there’s anything Bacoleños are good at, its serving the most mouth-watering desserts. From their wide selection of moist chocolate cakes to ensaymada (brioche with cheese and sugar), these homegrown cake and pastry shops are bound to satisfy your sweet tooth.


Calea Pastries and Coffee



famous patry shops Bacolod

White chocolate cheesecake from Calea (Image: Writer’s Own)


It’s safe to say that Calea is the most popular cake shop in Bacolod City. Visitors frequent this cake shop so often that it might as well be a tourist spot. The Calea shop has quite a feminine interior with pastel hues and lace decals. Calea is known for their chocolate cake which is made with imported chocolate.

Some of their other best sellers include white chocolate cheesecake with raspberry syrup on the side, blueberry cheesecake, and chocolate mousse. If you’re looking to beat the heat, you can order mud pie, their best-selling ice cream cake. These treats are also reasonably priced from PhP70 to PhP110 per slice.


Felicia’s Pastry Shop



famous pastry shops Bacolod

Felicia’s oatmeal thins packaged in stylish tin cans (Image: Felicia’s Pastry Shop)


With its cozy and sophisticated ambiance, Felicia’s Pastry Shop is one of the best dessert spots in Bacolod. Their chocolate cake, sans rival (layered buttercream cake), Swiss chocolate cake, and ube (purple yam) ice cream cake are some of their best-selling creations. If you prefer smaller portions, you can opt to try their ensaymada, macarons, chocolate mint mousse or choco caramel praline. Don’t forget to pick up some of their beautifully packaged cookies and delicacies to bring home to friends and family.




Quino’s Cafe



famous pastry shops Bacolod

A box of assorted mini cupcakes from Quino’s (Image: Quino’s Café)


With their tagline of “Make great memories,” Quino’s Café is this quaint little café that serves an assortment of cupcakes which not only looks good, but also tastes good. Their cupcake flavors are dulce de leche (caramel sauce), ube macapuno (purple yam and coconut jelly), blueberry, cookies and cream, banana split, black and white, Boston crème, chocolate overload, red velvet, strawberry, caramel, tiramisu, coco, and brazos.

If you can’t decide on a flavor, you can order a box of Baby Q’s, or assorted mini cupcakes. One of Quino’s signature treats is the Puffyani which is basically half cream puff and half cupcake. They also serve homemade ice cream and rainbow cakes. Aside from snacking on sweet treats, you can also read some of the books they have on display.


Tiffany’s Confections



famous pastry shops Bacolod

Mulberry cheesecake with homemade mulberry preserves from Tiffany’s (Image: Tiffany’s Confections)


Tiffany’s Confections is a little café that gives off a warm French-like vibe with its white wooden windows and vintage iron wrought chairs. They serve fresh and local desserts such as their mango cheesecake, mulberry cheesecake, kalamunding (Philippine lime) bars, kamote (sweet potato) pecan cake and kalabasa (squash) cream cheese rolls. Chocolate lovers can also indulge in their chocolate dream cake which is made out of four different kinds of chocolate.


Ann Co Cakes



famous pastry shops Bacolod

Toblerone cheesecake from Ann Co (Image: Ann Co Cakes)


Ann Co Cakes originated in Silay but now has a small store along Lacson Street. This little dessert place is a fusion of great food and art. Their seats as well as their counter are decorated with beautiful paintings. If you can’t manage to snag a spot in their small Bacolod branch, you can head to their Silay outlet which has a much bigger seating capacity. Their best sellers are frozen brazos, sans rival, chocolate cake, Toblerone cheesecake, and banoffee.


Flibby’s Cupcakes



famous pastry shops Bacolod

Assorted cupcakes from Flibby’s (Image: Flibby’s Cupcakes)


Flibby’s Cupcakes is one of the first cupcake stores in Bacolod City. They are known for having soft, rich, and delicious cupcakes which come in a wide array of flavors. Their available flavors are brownie cookie dough, chocolate chip maple pancake, tiramisu, snickerdoodle, Brazos de Mercedes (rolled meringue cake with custard), quadruple chocolate, S’mores, marble cookie crumble, vanilla bean and their specialty, red velvet cupcake.

They also serve giant cookies, leche flan (crème caramel), homemade ice cream, and their special moist chocolate cake. You can enjoy your sweet treats while playing with board games and card games.


Whether it’s for a weekend cheat day or a sweet treat after a stressful day, these pastry shops will surely not disappoint. So skip the calorie count and indulge in the best Bacolod has to offer. You deserve it!


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

Patricia Marie Laporno

Quite possibly the reincarnation of Marie Antoinette, Patricia is in love with all things fine, frilly and beautiful. You will often find her in bed, curled up with a fantasy novel and a box of macarons. A lover of art and literature, she writes because her soul demands it.

Patricia Marie Laporno

Quite possibly the reincarnation of Marie Antoinette, Patricia is in love with all things fine, frilly and beautiful. You will often find her in bed, curled up with a fantasy novel and a box of macarons. A lover of art and literature, she writes because her soul demands it.

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April 13, 2017

Satisfy Your Sugar Cravings in These Famous Pastry Shops in Bacolod

Head to these best dessert shops in Bacolod when you need a sugar fix.

Bacolod City isn’t called the “Sugar Bowl of the Philippines” for nothing. If there’s anything Bacoleños are good at, its serving the most mouth-watering desserts. From their wide selection of moist chocolate cakes to ensaymada (brioche with cheese and sugar), these homegrown cake and pastry shops are bound to satisfy your sweet tooth.


Calea Pastries and Coffee



famous patry shops Bacolod

White chocolate cheesecake from Calea (Image: Writer’s Own)


It’s safe to say that Calea is the most popular cake shop in Bacolod City. Visitors frequent this cake shop so often that it might as well be a tourist spot. The Calea shop has quite a feminine interior with pastel hues and lace decals. Calea is known for their chocolate cake which is made with imported chocolate.

Some of their other best sellers include white chocolate cheesecake with raspberry syrup on the side, blueberry cheesecake, and chocolate mousse. If you’re looking to beat the heat, you can order mud pie, their best-selling ice cream cake. These treats are also reasonably priced from PhP70 to PhP110 per slice.


Felicia’s Pastry Shop



famous pastry shops Bacolod

Felicia’s oatmeal thins packaged in stylish tin cans (Image: Felicia’s Pastry Shop)


With its cozy and sophisticated ambiance, Felicia’s Pastry Shop is one of the best dessert spots in Bacolod. Their chocolate cake, sans rival (layered buttercream cake), Swiss chocolate cake, and ube (purple yam) ice cream cake are some of their best-selling creations. If you prefer smaller portions, you can opt to try their ensaymada, macarons, chocolate mint mousse or choco caramel praline. Don’t forget to pick up some of their beautifully packaged cookies and delicacies to bring home to friends and family.




Quino’s Cafe



famous pastry shops Bacolod

A box of assorted mini cupcakes from Quino’s (Image: Quino’s Café)


With their tagline of “Make great memories,” Quino’s Café is this quaint little café that serves an assortment of cupcakes which not only looks good, but also tastes good. Their cupcake flavors are dulce de leche (caramel sauce), ube macapuno (purple yam and coconut jelly), blueberry, cookies and cream, banana split, black and white, Boston crème, chocolate overload, red velvet, strawberry, caramel, tiramisu, coco, and brazos.

If you can’t decide on a flavor, you can order a box of Baby Q’s, or assorted mini cupcakes. One of Quino’s signature treats is the Puffyani which is basically half cream puff and half cupcake. They also serve homemade ice cream and rainbow cakes. Aside from snacking on sweet treats, you can also read some of the books they have on display.


Tiffany’s Confections



famous pastry shops Bacolod

Mulberry cheesecake with homemade mulberry preserves from Tiffany’s (Image: Tiffany’s Confections)


Tiffany’s Confections is a little café that gives off a warm French-like vibe with its white wooden windows and vintage iron wrought chairs. They serve fresh and local desserts such as their mango cheesecake, mulberry cheesecake, kalamunding (Philippine lime) bars, kamote (sweet potato) pecan cake and kalabasa (squash) cream cheese rolls. Chocolate lovers can also indulge in their chocolate dream cake which is made out of four different kinds of chocolate.


Ann Co Cakes



famous pastry shops Bacolod

Toblerone cheesecake from Ann Co (Image: Ann Co Cakes)


Ann Co Cakes originated in Silay but now has a small store along Lacson Street. This little dessert place is a fusion of great food and art. Their seats as well as their counter are decorated with beautiful paintings. If you can’t manage to snag a spot in their small Bacolod branch, you can head to their Silay outlet which has a much bigger seating capacity. Their best sellers are frozen brazos, sans rival, chocolate cake, Toblerone cheesecake, and banoffee.


Flibby’s Cupcakes



famous pastry shops Bacolod

Assorted cupcakes from Flibby’s (Image: Flibby’s Cupcakes)


Flibby’s Cupcakes is one of the first cupcake stores in Bacolod City. They are known for having soft, rich, and delicious cupcakes which come in a wide array of flavors. Their available flavors are brownie cookie dough, chocolate chip maple pancake, tiramisu, snickerdoodle, Brazos de Mercedes (rolled meringue cake with custard), quadruple chocolate, S’mores, marble cookie crumble, vanilla bean and their specialty, red velvet cupcake.

They also serve giant cookies, leche flan (crème caramel), homemade ice cream, and their special moist chocolate cake. You can enjoy your sweet treats while playing with board games and card games.


Whether it’s for a weekend cheat day or a sweet treat after a stressful day, these pastry shops will surely not disappoint. So skip the calorie count and indulge in the best Bacolod has to offer. You deserve it!


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

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Patricia Marie Laporno

Quite possibly the reincarnation of Marie Antoinette, Patricia is in love with all things fine, frilly and beautiful. You will often find her in bed, curled up with a fantasy novel and a box of macarons. A lover of art and literature, she writes because her soul demands it.

Patricia Marie Laporno

Quite possibly the reincarnation of Marie Antoinette, Patricia is in love with all things fine, frilly and beautiful. You will often find her in bed, curled up with a fantasy novel and a box of macarons. A lover of art and literature, she writes because her soul demands it.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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