This is exactly the kind of place that I would spend Sunday brunch at. The colors are all very comforting and they serve the kind of meal that spells comfort, long talks, and just plain relazation. After all, most people would prefer just being relaxed while eating and this is what Cafe Creole is all about.
Cafe Creole will remind you of New Orleans. It was the first vibe that I got and I loved it. Then again, I loved the setting of The Originals and it's set in New Orleans. I gotta give props to the decorator because the overall vibe was spot on.
Their coffee menu is pretty awesome if I may say so. I didn't have a hard time finding out which ones they serve. LOL. After all, it is all there on the wall for everyone to see.
This is where they cook their pizza which gives it a different and distinct kind of flavor.
Now off to the good part, THE FOOD and THE DRINKS. I had the Cafe Mocha and I couldn't believe how pretty it looked. I don't know about you but the way the coffee is presented matters to me just as much as the taste does and the Cafe Mocha (Php120) from Cafe Creole is looking good. Upon having a sip, I realized that it did not just look good, it also tasted very rich. The mocha was felt in this one. It made its presence very visible and felt, with a big kick. I LOVED IT!
They also serve milk shakes and I tell you, these milk shakes (Php180 - 190) are so worth it. They had Nutella, Smores, Banana Toffee, and Fudge Brownie. This is what a dessert liquefied looks like. I could literally feel my hips expanding with every sip.
Now its time for the pizza. Yes, the one baked in the oven brick wall. This wood fire pizza (Php360 - 430) deserves its own spot. I think it really is the oven brick wall that just gives it that very distinct burnt but not really burnt flavor that makes it tastier. There, it feels like you actually get a slice of Italy though I wouldn't really know what Italy tastes like since I've never been there but you get what I mean.
The New Orleans Seafood Gumbo (Php260) was a real kicker. The rice, the creamy sauce, the spiciness, and the overall cajun broth taste is out of this world. I'm not exaggerating this. The Creole Shrimp made the perfect finale to this. If I'm gonna be honest, this broth alone makes for a complete meal.
The Creole Fritata (Php420) was also another winner. I guess it had to be because the cafe is called Cafe Creole. Skillet baked eggs, blackened chicken, fire pit sausage, creole shrimp, and mozzarella cheese. This is definitely one dish you need to order.
Finally, the real star of the night. The Bourbon Street Jambalya (Php595) is the real deal. It even has that burnt rice parts which makes it taste more authentic. This is now my favorite Jambalaya.
And now, THE DESSERTS. Sugar rush. Sweetness overload. Crazy calorie in every bite. Happiness in a plate. Too much goodness in one photo. My favorite here though is the leche flan. It was creamy and just how I liked it. The Smores were also divine. If I had not eaten so much already, I would have eaten more of these delicacies.
Cafe Creole is located on the 2L of Resorts World Manila. They are also on Instagram and Facebook as @cafecreoleph.
Everything looks delish! I would love to eat there one day!ReplyDelete
Everything here looks so good for my appetite. The shake looks so refreshing especially this summer.ReplyDelete
coffee and all the delish that comes with it looks very tempting. I will enjoy their dishes that's for sure! I will include this in my list of place to try when I visit Manila.ReplyDelete
The food looks so yummy. Now I am hungry.ReplyDelete
Oh my, those milkshakes look divine!! Really want to try the nutella oneReplyDelete
Cafe Creole seems like a great place to eat, drink coffee and enjoy the atmosphere! All photos look so appetizing and delicious! Pinned your post!ReplyDelete
Wow, it would be worth the trip just for the milkshakes.ReplyDelete
Ooh I can see why you like it so much especially all those delicious deserts. I am in heaven!ReplyDelete
Yum! You had me at the cafe mocha! But seriously, everythign there looks amazing!ReplyDelete
oh wow what an amazing place I so wish it was near to meReplyDelete
The mocha and pizza looks fabulous!ReplyDelete
The food looked amazing, but those milk shakes...I'd love one of those right about now!ReplyDelete
Oh my, I love that you can see the value of their food through the pictures. And it's not at all expensive, so awesome. I would love to try this soon, the milkshakes are enough to fill you up!ReplyDelete
Wow everything looks fantastic!!!! A Must visit!ReplyDelete
oh goodness those milkshakes look decadent. cafe creole looks like the kind of place that i would love to visitReplyDelete
looks really nice and yummy, i would like to go there.ReplyDelete
My wife isa ll about coffee and milkshakes! Sounds like a fun date idea. Our kind of place for sure!ReplyDelete
A good friend of mine loves coffee and I'll go reco this place to her!ReplyDelete
Well, I'd have a hard time trying to decide what to get. Everything looks so good!ReplyDelete
My daughter would love that drink, chocolate is her fav. I can't wait to visit one day soon. I will definitely have to stop by and experience this cafe. designitvintage is my new name!ReplyDelete
This looks like a lovely place. Them milkshakes look amazing! SO does the rest of the foodReplyDelete
I would love this place for the coffee drinks and desserts alone. I would probably sit there and just be stuck on those two sections of the menu. What appetizing photos!ReplyDelete
You had me at milkshakes and gumbo! Delicious looking food!ReplyDelete