Sunday, July 22, 2012


Reg helped Bar Dolci organize a food-tasting event for  us bloggers last month. The event were also her despedida party for her semi-migration to Singapore. She's gonna work there and probably enjoying some chili crabs as you read this. Reg, if you're (really) reading this, this is my way of telling you that we miss you already and that I hope that this post will help you get over your being homesick (or not). You girls all looked good here by the way.

Anyway, on with the food fest!

I'm probably the last person from the group who's the last to blog about this that's why I'm not gonna make the effort of naming every food that you're gonna see here (that, and the fact that I forgot the names ho ho). Anyway, they'd probably be available now at Bar Dolci and I think it's best if you just go there and try everything yourself. They're all good! Swear.

Contrary to what the name suggests, Bar Dolci is not a bar and they don't serve alcohol. They're a cafe who offers gelato and macarons and more than that, they also serve beverages and...

...salty food!

This is their "sosyal" take on the ice-cream pandesal...

Let's not forget the macarons (who always makes occasional appearances on Tricia Gosingtian's Instagram)...

And since it was a long day (and night), I was able to have my caffeine fix via this espresso number!

More sweets!

Group shot! Minus me.

Thanks Reg for inviting us! Go live and work la dolce vita in Singapore!

If you want to experience the sweet life and also get a bite at it, visit Bar Dolci!
Located at F133 Forbeswood Heights
Forbestown Road cor. Burgos Circle
Bonifacio Global City
Manila, Philippines 1637

You can also call them at (+632) 846 8245 or visit

1 comment:

  1. National events day! :) Masarap ba yang kape mo? Parang lakas makahyper. Anyway, sarap nga na may salty foods sa cafe. And di ka late post dito, binagay mo lang sa rainy weather lols.