Dream desserts are made here
A candelabra lighting up a rose buttercream cake. Honey Bee Bee cupcakes that are making a buzz. A Monster Chocolate Sponge Cake filled with hazelnut paste and fresh raspberry filling.
These are some of the delightful desserts first timers, budding bakers, and even pros can whip up as Bakebe, a DIY baking studio, opens its second and newest branch at S Maison.
Founded by entrepreneur Venus Chi in Hong Kong, Bakebe is the first co-baking space that teaches one to bake with an app. Bakebe teams up with talented pastry chefs who have worked in Michelin-starred restaurants to design the menu.
The co-baking space comes fully equipped with ovens, mixers, utensils, tools, and all the ingredients needed to bake like a pro. Guests can bake any pastry from the menu from scratch to finish with zero experience needed. Guests are given an iPad with the Bakebe app, which includes detailed instructions, graphics, videos, and a step-by-step guide for each baking project. In-house pastry chefs are also on hand for assistance.
The best part is that Bakebe makes it possible to bond over baking with friends, or bake sweet memories together with the family. The studio also offers creative and fun packages: rent out the entire studio for a bridal shower, gender reveal party, or a children’s birthday celebration. It’s also a great place to schedule your next team-building session or school group activity.
Each package includes your choice of cake to bake, exclusive use of venue, party décor, party favors, plated meal or graze box, and more. Plus, guests get to bring home their very own creations in a beautiful signature box.
At the recent opening of Bakebe S Maison were Pasay City Government officials, Councilor Joey Calixto Isidro and Councilor Mark Calixto, who were welcomed by co-owners Kay Lacap, Regine Tecson Que, Tasha Reyes and Joseph Moore.
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