Brace yourselves for Tindahan ni Tarsee’s second week because it’s guaranteed to ruin your diet. We featured five different food businesses that will make your tummy rumble and your mouth water.
We made Monday sweet with Kenji’s Café — the perfect place for ube and leche flan lovers. It makes its own ube halaya and blends it in its pastry, together with its leche flan. Its best-seller, the ube cheese pandesal, has real ube halaya inside it! The gooey sweetness mixes well with the savory cheese at its center.
You’d think ube and leche flan are separate desserts, but Kenji’s Cafe will prove otherwise with its ube leche flan cake or cupcakes, whichever you prefer. The combined flavor is indeed a unique surprise! To top it off, it also serves coffee to go with the sweet of your choice.
If you want to take a break from fast-food and expensive takeouts, WML Krispy Sisig Station is just for you, with its delicious and affordable home-cooked meals served daily. By 1 a.m., the restaurant’s staff is ready to go shop for all the necessary ingredients for the day’s menu. And you can choose from as many as 15 classic Filipino viands.
Its best-seller? What else but the Krispy Sisig. It isn’t cooked on the usual sizzling plate, but it stays crispy even after it has been stored in the fridge for a day.
However, if you want to indulge in a putok-batok feast, then Kuta Balwarte is the place for you. You can›t go wrong with its unlimited wings for only P249, which comes with unli-rice and unli-iced tea. What makes it better are the nine dipping sauces, all unlimited, too! But honestly, its chicken wings alone are winningly delicious.
Don’t even get us started with its lechon kawali — the fat melts in your mouth and all the flavor is there. Its sisig and chicharon bulaklak are scrumptious as well, and you can have them all and more at a reasonable price.
If American fast-food is more your style, then visit the localized version of the United States’ Heart Attack Grill — The Heart Attack Local. Its burgers, fries, wings and hotdogs have the greasy goodness you’re looking for. And since it’s a local, they serve pares, too!
With this week’s finale, we found ourselves where we began — desserts. Desserts that are too sweet can be overwhelming, and you can get tired of them. But that’s not a problem for Crinkmelt with its indulgent products that won’t leave you feeling guilty afterwards.
Its chocolate moist cake, Basque burnt cheesecake, selection of banana bread and cinnarolls are not only perfect to satisfy your cravings, but also perfect to give as gifts this holiday season.
Once you open a pack of their baked goodies, you’ll instantly notice you are getting much more than what you paid for. The quantity and the size of portions are bigger than usual, and that’s because it makes sure to get the most affordable ingredients without compensating on the quality of what it serves to its customers.
If all this made you crave for food, go ahead and continue supporting our local entrepreneurs.
You can see more of their products, services and business hours at Tindahan ni Tarsee at https://conceptnewscentral.net/tindahan-ni-tarsee/.