Cake Basket – Taytay, Rizal

Added a few more photos, thought I’d give this post more justice

Taking a bite at life

(Updated)

There’s really something with home-made cakes and pastries.

Maybe it’s the personal touch, the attentiveness to details, that makes home-made goodies superior over the commercial ones.

Here in my home town Taytay, Rizal, there’s a two-year old cake shop called the Cake Basket.

We recently celebrated my nephew’s third birthday. As we are oh-so-familiar with cakes from commercial bakeshops Goldilocks and Red Ribbon, one of my sisters suggested that we get our birthday boy a cake from Cake Basket.

The shop is near the boundary of Taytay and Cainta. It is small, simple and unassuming.

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There’s one refrigerator that holds the different cakes they have. The most popular one is the chocolate caramel cake so I decided to get that. The runner up cake for me is the one with almonds.

The cake is only about 10 inches in diameter and costs P 450. It’s small for a party…

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