Let’s after Simbang Gabi?
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
We love our kakanin and one of those delicacies that surely go popular during Christmas season is Bibingka! Whether it’s prepared in a traditional way or reinvented into new and unique desserts, we love it either way.
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Check out some of these coolest bibingka-inspired desserts that you might wanna try this yuletide season!
Queso de Bola Bibingka Cheesecake – Kartilya
Kartilya by Lica Ibarra of MasterChef Asia takes on a revolutionary approach to Filipino dining and cuisine. Chef Lica’s ticket to MasterChef Asia is Kartilya’s signature dessert, the Queso de Bola Bibingka Cheesecake. Read more here.
Bibingka Mugcake – Chopstop
ChopStop is an American fast food diner specializing in cereal-breaded pork and chicken chops served with their crowd-pleasing barbecue, gravy, chili or tonkatsu sauce. For dessert, they have mug cakes in flavors bibingka, red velvet, and fudge brownie.
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New York Cubao Bibingka Cheesecake – Alab Restaurant
Alab serves authentic home-cooked Filipino dishes. Alab attempts to express a clear narrative of what Filipino cuisine is, amidst all the confusion of the Filipino fusion food trend. Their New York Cubao Bibingka Cheesecake is a must-try!
Bibingka Souffle – C2 Classic Cuisine
C2 Classic Cuisine is one of the most loved Filipino restaurants that serve redefined classics such as kare-kare, crispy pata, and bulalo. It was cited as one of Asia’s Best Restaurants last 2010 by Miele Guide. Try their bibingka souffle for dessert!
Bibingkang Ube – Manam
Home of the best Sisig in Manila and a homegrown concept by The Moment Group, Manam specializes in serving up comfort Filipino food in classics and twists in small, medium and large portions perfect for any occasion. Their bibingkang ube is your traditional bibingka with ube halaya and shredded coconut on top.
Casava Bibingka – Fely J’s
Named after Felicidad de Jesus-Cruz, the mother of the late LJC Restaurant Group owner Larry Cruz, Fely J’s Kitchen is well-loved, thanks to its simple yet delicious take on classic Asian and Filipino dishes. Their casava bibingka is a delicious take on our two beloved Filipino delicacies!
Reservations are accepted
2/F Uptown Mall, 36th Street Corner 9th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
Pinoy Pancakes – 7107 Restaurant
7107 Culture + Cuisine is a culinary and hospitality food hall that aims to promote the Filipino heritage through art and modern local food. They’re known for reinventing beloved classic dishes into their own, unique versions. The Pinoy Pancakes is actually bibingka-inspired pancakes with dried mangoes, salted egg, and maple syrup.
Bibingka Waffles – Catabolic Cafe
Catabolic Café is a third wave “coffee and comfort” concept cafe located at one of the Teacher’s Village hidden streets, Malingap. Their bibingka waffles is one of their must-tries!
Salted Egg Bibingka Cheesecake – Cafe Fleur
Café Fleur by Chef Sau del Rosario serves Kapampangan dishes with a French twist. Manileños have been flocking down North to try this highly-recommended restaurant, with must-orders like the Tamales Pampagueña and Salted Egg Bibingka Cheesecake.
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Bibingka Cheesecake Souffle – PILYO
PILYO is a home-based business from Australia that offers cheesecake souffles. They just recently announced that they will be changing locations soon so watch out for further updates! Read more here.
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