DONUT come for us.
There are those who love cakes for dessert, some prefer ice cream, but what about those who love donuts? This fried delicacy is one of our favorite comfort desserts and it’s about time we give them the spotlight that they deserve!
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Whether you enjoy them on its own or love the donut coffee combo, here are some of the cafes and bakeries where you can get the best donuts all over the metro.
Krispy Kreme – multiple branches
Krispy Kreme is America’s favorite doughnut and coffee shop. It’s probably the only doughnut shop whose glazed donuts, their original flavor, is more popular and unbeatable by the rest of its menu.
Southern Dairy – Aguirre Ave.
Southern Dairy is an ice cream parlour serving small-batch homemade gelato. Menu favorites include the Mango & Graham Chunks, Chocolate Oreos and its signature Butter Cake Cream Cheese. They also serves some light meals, sundaes, floats, cakes, cookies and milkshakes.
Flour Jar – Las Piñas
Flour Jar is a new neighborhood café + bakery in Las Piñas, specializing in many kinds of desserts such as cakes, cookies, and doughnuts.
Wildflour Cafe + Bakery – multiple branches
Wildflour Café + Bakery offers international fare and specialty pastries, famous for being the first purveyor of the wildly popular cronuts in Manila. They now have a spin-off version called Little Flour Cafe.
Tim Hortons – multiple branches
Tim Hortons is Canada’s world-renowned coffee house established in 1964 in Ontario, serving a diverse roster of coffee selections and their famous donuts. They also have the famous Timbits – their version of doughnut holes.
Purple Oven – multiple branches
Purple Oven is one of the most-known homegrown bakeries in Manila serving savory and decadent baked goods such as tarts, pies, doughnuts, and rich cakes.
Dunkin Donuts – multiple branches
Dunkin Donuts needs no introduction. This popular brand has doughnuts of many variants, sandwiches, coffee, and more. They do deliveries in selected areas!
Lil’ Orbits – multiple branches
Lil’ Orbits is a humble food stall with many branches all over the country. They are known for their mini doughnuts that can be tried in different flavors such as chocolate, cookies and cream, cinnamon, and more.
J.Co Donuts – multiple branches
J. Co Donuts is an Indonesian donut franchise offering gourmet donuts and coffee combining flavors from both the West and the East.
Owned by the Caravan Food Group, Overdoughs offers freshly baked doughnut holes, beignets and loukomades (Greek doughnuts). Choose your own dips to pair with the doughnuts like dark chocolate, milk chocolate, matcha white, toffee, and Nutella.
Poison Coffee & Doughnuts – Chino Roces
Poison Coffee and Doughnuts offers coffee and uniquely-flavored doughnuts like garam masala, vanilla glaze, and egg custard brulee. With acclaimed pastry Chef Miko Aspiras (of Scout’s Honor, Freezer Burn, and Le Petit Souffle) at the helm, you can expect new and exciting flavors from time to time.
Gonuts Donuts – multiple branches
After being denied of a Krispy Kreme franchise, the Trillana-de Ocampo family decided to put up their own donut shop. This homegrown brand is known to serve donuts that are similar to KK but less sweet and more affordable!
Cello’s Doughnuts – multiple branches
First seen in grocery stores, Cello’s is a doughnut shop by husband and wife, Cello and Jutes Templo. Unlike other shops, their doughnuts are always warm and freshly-baked. They also have letters-shaped doughnuts, best for special and sweet occasions!
Gavino’s Japanese Donuts – multiple branches
Gavino’s is not your ordinary donut brand, for they specialize in Japanese mochi donuts that is known for its chewy and gooey texture.
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