Casa San Luis Pastries
Nothing really beats the allure of homemade goodies, and the best of the lot can be found in a little shop called Casa San Luis Pastries. Born out of the desire to introduce French cooking techniques and flavors to the local palate, Casa San Luis is owned by a pastry chef couple both trained in a boulangerie in France. What they wanted to do was simple: give traditional food Filipinos love a French twist.
CASA SAN LUIS PASTRIES
435 Adalla Street, Palm Village,
Mondays-Fridays from 10AM-6PM
Saturdays from 9AM -12NN
There are claims that this is the fruitcake that will change everything you thought you hated about this Christmas icon. It’s true.
There are claims that this is the fruitcake that will change everything you thought you hated about this Christmas icon. It’s true. Casa San Luis wins because they don’t hide behind tons of fruits (or the lack of it), they don’t hold back on the brandy, and they actually insist on aging the cake. When you have something you know is good, you don’t have to be apologetic about it.Spot.ph
[Salted Caramel Sauce] the possibilities of this gooey, creamy sauce are endless
Looking for a gift that keeps on giving? Here it is—Casa San Luis’ Caramel Sauce. It’s sweet but not too cloying, especially with a hint of salt added to the mix. From milkshakes to apple pies to puddings and dips, the possibilities of this gooey, creamy sauce are endlessSpot.ph
[White Chocolate Salted Caramel Cookie] Sticky caramel abound with Belgian white chocolate morsels in a perfectly baked chewy cookie
[White Chocolate Salted Caramel Cookie] Sweet and sticky caramel abound with Belgian white chocolate morsels in a perfectly baked chewy cookie and dusted with fleur de sel for a finishing touch. If that doesn’t get you, we don’t know what will.Yummy Magazine