Lunch happened several months ago, so yeah, this is a super late post *grins*.
According to their FB account, The Vanilla Cupcake Bakery (VCB) is Manila's cupcake wonderland, which I couldn't help but agree with. VCB is taking the metro by storm, with their funky and girly interiors, good food and convenient locations.
The last I met with my chinggus, I talked them into having lunch at Vanilla Cupcake Bakery, they were able to sample the cupcakes and smoothies with a prior visit, which I missed and envied, so they had no choice but to indulge me, hur! I wasn't able to try any of their cupcakes, so I'm still not a part of the VCB cupcake craze and I'm still waiting for the day when I'll be.
Though we went there for lunch, I couldn't help but order from their All Day Breakfast choices, I had the Garlic Beef Tapa - imported marinated beef with garlic rice, two eggs and dipping sauces - priced at 245 pesos.
|Garlic Beef Tapa|
Papercrane opted for Country Breakfast - Home fries, Hungarian sausage and scrambled eggs with toasted wheat bread - priced at 195 pesos, also under their All Day Breakfast menu.
She had Triple Chocolate Madness Frappe, carrying a 135 pesos price tag, as her preferred drink.
|Triple Chocolate Madness|
Lloydie picked out something from their Sandwiches menu, Tuna Cheese Melt, served with fries and catsup, and, just like that, it cost her 195 pesos. Pretty hefty for a simple sandwich, if you'll ask me *tongue out*.
|Tuna Cheese Melt|
She partnered it with Dirty Mocha, under their cold coffee menu, priced at 120 pesos.
The price might seem a bit intimidating at first but if you come to think about it, with the posh-ness and princess-like air they let you experience for a while, it's worth it. Just think of it as a reward for all the stresses the world is throwing at you *smiles*.
|pretty little utensils|
|VCB - Trinoma interiors|
|wall paper and decors|
|a settee for the queen *grins*|
Vanilla Cupcake Bakery
North Ave. cor. Mindanao Ave.
Sto. Cristo, Quezon City