Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Kulinarya Kitchen Part 3 - Desserts - Rockwell's Finest

After reading the first two parts of this series,
(Kulinarya Kitchen Part 1 - Starters) click here >>> PART1
(Kulinarya Kitchen Part 2- Main Course) click here>>>PART2

Here we are on the third installment post, about Kulinarya's desserts. For sure, I indeed saved the BEST for last... thanks again to Eat's a Date event of Openrice and Kulinarya Kitchen's Management

First in the trilogy combination is the Suman Latik Fritters and Mango Flambe, 180 pesos - 

Suman Latik Fritters with Mango Flambe
The suman in this dish is composed of crispy coated rice cake  with coco jam. The coating taste like creamy caramel so you will love it. Also, the vanilla ice cream topping adds a creamy and cold touch. Never forget the spooned mangoes on the side for the Filipino feeling and also adds a vibrant yellow sunny feeling.

 Even though it's raining hard outside today, I can still feel the craving inside me for this dessert! Oh! I nearly forgot to complement the very nice and adorable caramel design topping! Super thumbs up!

Rating for Suman Latik Fritters: 5/5

Next is the Choco Lava Cake, 160 pesos

Choco Lava Cake, 160 pesos
The Choco Lava Cake is a local version of Greek's Skolatina. It is a moist chocolate cake with oozing fudge inside with a Vanilla ice cream on the side. Kulinarya's rendition is indeed perfect. If you are a chocolate-lover, you will fall in love with this dessert not once, but twice, and even thrice.

It is slightly bittersweet, and super moist (love love love!). For an unparalleled bite of goodness, make sure to combine cake, ice cream, and strawberry topping on your spoon... Here's a close up shot of what's inside..

Choco Lava Cake....deadly moist chocolatey goodness
Come to think of it, 160 pesos is super worth it considering that this dessert has a very high quality in terms of taste and presentation.

Rating for Choco Lava Cake: 5/5

The last and definitely the finest of them all... is the Buco Pandan Panacotta, 135 pesos

Buco Pandan Panacotta. The true serving is about 3-4 times as many as this one in the picture.
Simple yet heavenly right? The Green and White colors create a serene balance in the picture (side comment from a frustrated photographer inside me).

This is our favorite dessert in Kulinarya. Upon taking my first spoonful of buco pandan, it all melted in my mouth. There's a sudden burst of creamy panacotta + local buko and pandan flavors and the rest was history. Never ever ever forget to order this when you dine at Kulinarya. If you don't like it, I owe you an order :)

Rating for Buco Pandan Panacotta: 5/5 (can we have 10/5 ?hahaha. )

So, that's our Kulinarya Kitchen food experience. Overall, we are very thankful that we didn't miss this experience. Thank you very much to the owners Mr. and Mrs. Mesina. Because of too much joy over their food, I instantly became a fan! Here's a souvenir photo...

Yours truly with Mr. and Mrs. Mesina
Kudos to your great food ( can't say more. when I hear Kulinarya, I instantly have cravings!), very good service (the staff is attentive, and polite), and place (ambiance is clean, classy, and comfy).

And of course, thank you very much to Openrice for this wonderful experience...definitely...more Eat's a Date events to come right? Here's a groupshot-


That's it. Have  a good day! Are you hungry- well drop Kulinarya Kitchen a visit!

G/F Power Plant Mall, Estrella St. cor Rockwell Dr.Poblacion, Makati(02) 898-1738

Cheers, 
Captain Food

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