If you’re looking for a pastry shop and restaurant in the metro that offers the best homemade desserts, Parvati Store at TriNoma in Quezon City is the perfect place to visit, with its 50+ succulent sweet treats and free unlimited brewed coffee!
Parvati literally means “daughter of the mountains” in Sanskrit. But don’t be misled by the sound and origin of the name because they serve no Indian food here. Instead, they have gourmet dishes like salad, soup, pasta and sandwiches, aside from their cakes and pastries.
It’s a 2-year old establishment that can accommodate up to 30 guests.
Honey Apple Iced Tea (Php 90). Freshly brewed tea flavored with honey and apple slices
Cream of Mushroom Soup (Php 80)
Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup (Php 80)
BBQ Chicken & Caramelized Peaches Club Sandwich (Php 250). Gourmet club sandwich with generous layers of grilled bbq chicken fillet, caramelized peaches, onions, curly lettuce, crispy bacon strips, tomatoes and cucumbers served with a side of potato chips
Shrimp Etouffee Pasta (Php 180). Spicy and tangy sauce made with creole spice blend combined with a generous serving of sautéed shrimps over linguine pasta
Bolognese (Php 140). Rich meat sauce spaghetti topped with parmesan cheese
Triple Decker Chocolate Cheesecake (Php 140). Cheesecake between two layers of chocolate cake
The Ultimate (Php 150). Chocolate mousse
Brewed Coffee (Free and Unlimited)
More home-baked delights here!
My nephew loved the food so I guess it’s also worth your try! =)
Dean & Deluca is a popular chain of upscale grocery stores in America, which I often see in movies. Its flagship branch was established in September 1977 in New York City.
(photo: Dean & Deluca)
During my trip to Japan last autumn, I was very lucky to try out one of its international licensed stores in the country.
Located at the very posh Tokyo Midtown in Roppongi, this particular branch has a very cozy ambience with its classy interiors and designs.
Coffee is great! Be it hot or cold.
Dean & Deluca also sells super delish breads, pastries and other types of deli-food.
They have bottled waters, teas and juices too!
And the baristas?! Well, they are very polite and they can speak good English.
For me, it is the best coffee shop in Tokyo. =)
(Photos by Din Eugenio)