Tuesday, March 12, 2013

DECADENT GRADUATION CAKES AT CAFE 1771

A good cake not only serves as a delightful centerpiece —the very presence of it on a table marks a celebration itself. For an extra touch of something dreamy and decadent to welcome another chapter of a hard working graduate, give these mini cakes as a surprise, guaranteed to communicate your love and best wishes.

From the smooth and velvety to the sweet cakes without the guilt, Cafe 1771 presents its homespun cake creations by Pastry Chef Arnold Bautista that will surely make your beloved graduate say that life is sweet. Available in 2-inch round sizes good for 2 persons, these petite cakes are perfect for gifts or when you want a cake dessert that tastes good as it looks.

Rose Noire (Php250 net)
If thinking of a dessert that will signify your well-deserved congratulations, Rose Noire is a delightful surprise, especially for someone who's a certified chocolate lover. Lavish layers of Valrhona dark chocolate with hazel nut praline that sits on a crunchy crust, this chocolate-loaded creation also comes with a surprise at the center: a croquantine for some crunch and dark chocolate flavor with a distinct praline taste.
Evasion (Php270 net)
For something that can make anyone dive right in, Evasion gives this promise: an evasive combo of white and dark chocolates with cream cheese and fresh strawberry in a lightly crispy feullentine at the center. What's more to love? It's not too sweet and amazingly creamy.
Gianduja Truffle Mousse (Php250 net)
Light, pillowy and comes with a nutty center, the Gianduja Truffle Mousse combines the dark and white chocolate praline flavors. Structured with elements that will surprise the palate, its sweetness comes from the base made of chocolate sponge then followed by marshmallows with cashew nuts and topped off with chocolate mousse as a velvety finish.
Sugar-free Coffee Pie (Php220 net)
Who wouldn't want the 1771 Group of Restaurants signature dessert, the sugar-free coffee pie? An epic recipe from the family of Executive Chef Vicky Rose-Pacheco for over twenty years, the addicting secret is in the crisp texture of the combined flavors of Dutch cocoa and coffee with cashew nuts. And with no bells ad whistles or outre ingredients, this version is sweetened with coconut sugar and lightly dusted with cocoa for an awfully memorable dessert minus the guilt.
For advance orders, call 631-7340.

Cafe 1771 is located at 1771 El Pueblo, ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. Operating hours from Monday to Saturday is 7am to 10pm while Sunday is 7am to 3pm. For inquiries, call 631-7340/470-6559/0917-8660442.

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