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Conti's Pastry Shop and Restaurant

Whenever I eat at Conti's I usually end up eating too much dessert (usually Mango Bravo). It is, after all, a pastry shop. So when I do find myself having lunch or dinner there, I force myself to have a light lunch, so I have a lot of space for their delicious pastries. During this particular visit, I started off with some asparagus soup.

Asparagus Soup

The soup was just enough to warm my tummy, so I could get right down to business. I was with my fellow dessert-lover Isabel, so we ordered two desserts between us- Turtle Pie and Mango Bravo.

Turtle Pie

Mango Bravo

I've tried several of their desserts, but I think that so far, Mango Bravo remains my favorite. I liked their turtle pie, but I still prefer the version of Sugarhouse. Conti's Mango Bravo, however, ranks very high among my favorite mango-based desserts. It's so good that I've had to forego the restaurant's main dishes just so I can make room for a big slice of it. Maybe I should eat at Conti's when I'm not having a sugar craving, so I can give proper attention to the rest of their menu.


Conti's Pastry Shop and Restaurant
1C-17 Serendra
Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City
Philippines
Tel. No. (632)856.2352 to 53, (632)901.3486

Trinoma
P1 Level, Trinoma
EDSA corner North Avenue
Quezon City
Philippines
Tel. No. (632)900.5013 to 15

Comments

u8mypinkc00kies said…
i love their turtle pie! =D
Alex A. said…
I love all their desserts :-D
I also recommend Conti's Moist Chocolate Cake and Chocolate Overload. Yummmmm!

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