Sweet Kiss from The Chocolate Kiss Café

23 Mar

Who would not enjoy a luscious chocolate cake coated with delightful melted marshmallow? How about a soft chiffon cake bursting with lime flavor? You? Of course, not you – unless you value counting calories over eating delectable cakes in The Chocolate Kiss Café.

Chicken Asparagus Sandwich

The Chocolate Kiss Café, or ChoKiss for its regular customers, has two branches at the Bahay ng Alumni inside the University of the Philippines- Diliman campus. They also have one branch outside the campus which is located A. Roces Avenue in Quezon City. They offer pastas, sandwiches, rice meals, and of course, desserts. The café is most popular because of its cakes and pastries which prices are very reasonable. The price starts at 70 Pesos per slice.

I go to ChoKiss to eat some sweets. This café is among my favorites inside the UP campus. Whenever I want to chill and relax, I go here to eat.

Among the bestsellers of the café is the Devil’s Food Cake. It is among the sweetest cakes one would taste in his lifetime– a rich chocolate cake filled with chocolate fudge coated in melted marshmallow frosting. It does not look as colorful as black forest cakes but it tastes so good that one would mistake it as a food of gods. This is a must try for the lovers of sweets.

Lovers of the traditional chocolate cake can also try the Classic Chocolate Cake. It is really basic—just two layers of chocolate moist caked coated with dark chocolate frosting.

Chocolate lovers and cheesecake fanatics need not to argue for ChoKiss offers both of their favorites in one cake. Chocolate Chip Cheesecake would be a perfect choice for cake lovers because its flavor is just the right amount—not too sweet but not bland.

Chocolate Chip Cheesecake

For those who do not like too much sweets, Kahlua Butter Cake is an option. It is made of coffee liqueur mocha butter cake with Kahlua fudge filling coated with coffee butter icing. Every bite of this cake would give you a strong bursting coffee flavor.

For health conscious people, the Carrot Cake is another choice. Made with real carrots, pineapple and cream cheese frosting, this cake would surely satisfy the cravings of food lovers.

Sansrival

Dayap Chiffon Cake is among the unique selection in the café. It is a Chiffon Cake flavored with grated dayap zest. It also has butter filling and marshmallow icing, topped with home-made candied dayap rind.

Sansrival would be the all-time favorite in ChoKiss. It is made of meringue-cashew nuts wafer coated with butter cream icing. It is also topped with cashew nuts.

After trying these cakes, one would surely want to return to ChoKiss. The place is really accessible plus the ambiance of the place is really comfy. It is also a perfect spot for meetings, barkada lunchouts, and even family dinner.

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  3. Shayne Zalameda May 19, 2015 at 1:42 pm #

    aww i miss chockiss! masarap nga talaga cakes nila! ❤ nice photos! I love the last one, most especially. ang mysterious 🙂

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