10 Places for Cake Delivery in Manila

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(SPOT.ph) We live in extraordinary times—next time you’re in dire need of a cake fix, whether it’s for a last-minute office get-together or you’re just having a really, really bad day, know that there’s a delivery service for that. Thanks to online-delivery apps, your sugar woes will be solved in a matter of minutes, and it'll only take a few taps on your phone to place a cake delivery. 

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Which Metro Manila bakeries and cafés offer cake delivery? Here are some of our picks:

Paper Moon

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Remember when crepe cakes were a big thing? Part of the reason this sweet and feathery confection’s popularity shot up in the Metro was thanks to Paper Moon. You can have any of their signature cakes, which come in various sizes, delivered to your doorstep, too! You’ll love their Tiramisu Mille Crepe Cake (P225/slice, P2,000/whole), with a distinctive coffee flavor that’s perfect for anyone looking for a semi-sweet dessert. On the other hand, their Mango Mille Crepe Cake (P225/sliced, P350/mini, P2,000/whole) is made with juicy, sweet mango bits, making for a refreshing treat any time of the day.

Available on: Foodpanda, GrabFood


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Need to bring cake to your get-together but don't have enough time to swing by the mall? Cake2Go, which has been serving up sweets since 2005, has you covered—all you need to do is call their hotline! The Toblerone Overload (P800/whole) is their best-selling chocolate cake made with white and brown Toblerone mousse. Another crowd favorite is the Dulce de Leche Cheesecake (P750/whole), which has a killer combo of dulce de leche on top of the light and creamy cheesecake. They also offer cakes in single-serve sizes, like their Bug's Carrot Cake Singles (P120) for carrot-cake lovers, or the Turtle Pie Singles (P120) for fans of chocolate mousse.

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For more information, log on to Cake2Go’s Facebook page.

Craft Coffee Revolution

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Craft Coffee Revolution has lots of great cakes on their menu—pair them with the café’s specialty coffee blends and you’ve got a great afternoon-snack combo. And yes, you can get the cakes delivered by the slice. The Craft Oreo Cheesecake (P170/slice) is their signature cheesecake, with a smooth and rich mixture of crushed Oreo and tangy cheesecake that’s sure to make you feel like a kid again. For something light and sweet, you can't go wrong with the Frozen Brazo (P160/slice), a constant bestseller.

Available on: Foodpanda

Cupcakes by Sonja

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They’ve been around for more than a decade—13 years to be exact—and they're still a great source for satisfying sweets. Besides great cupcakes, Cupcakes by Sonja also makes cakes, and you can get them delivered whole or by the slice. Try the Rainbow Fiesta Cake (P105/slice, P980/whole), or their take on a classic Filipino-party favorite, with delicate vanilla chiffon sponge slathered in a smooth marshmallow frosting and dusted with colorful candy sprinkles. The Choco Velvet Mash-Up Cake (P105/slice, P950/whole) features ultra-moist dark chocolate and red velvet cake rolled into one and blanketed in a silky white chocolate and cream-cheese buttercream frosting.

Available on: Foodpanda

Cara Mia

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You might know Cara Mia for their creamy gelati and gelato cakes, but now you can add them to your list of go-to places for cake, too. Some of Cara Mia's cakes are only sold per slice, like the Chocolate S’mores (P140/slice): a chocolate cake with light chocolate cream topped with marshmallow icing, all sitting on a buttery graham crust. The Classic Ube Cake (P135/slice, P850/whole) is another must-try, especially for ube fans: It has an earthy-sweet ube halaya filling, topped with fluffy whipped cream.

Available on: Foodpanda, Honestbee

Tous Les Jours

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You can’t go wrong with a Classic Chocolate Cake (P798/whole)—their version uses pure Belgian chocolate and fine cacao powder for a richer taste. Feeling a bit fancy? You might want to check out their Macaron Cake (P898/whole), created with French macarons in assorted flavors, each as sweet as the next, all held together with a cream-cheese filling to leave you licking your fingers clean.

Available on: Foodpanda, GrabFood


PHOTO BY Boulangerie22 Facebook page

Aside from a whole menu of fun character cakes, Boulangerie22 also whips up some classic cakes, each with their own unique twist. The Wake Me Up Mocha Cake (P699/whole), for starters, is a light and airy chiffon cake with mocha buttercream, but it’s the espresso syrup that really packs a punch. You might even want the Dark Chocolate Ganache Cake (P799/whole) for your next party—the gorgeous craftsmanship of this chocolate ganache is almost too beautiful to eat. They also deliver cakes by the slice.

Available on: Foodpanda, GrabFood

Le Sucre Lab

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If you haven’t gotten your hands on Le Sucre Lab’s Dreamcake (P475/whole) yet—a gooey chocolate cake topped with ganache and dusted with cocoa powder—why not just have one delivered? Or, if you’re looking for something new to try, the Mango Dreamcake (P595/whole) has chunks of sweet mango in between melt-in-your-mouth sponge cake and whipped cream. For strawberry fans, the Strawberry Dreamcake (P685/whole), with fresh strawberries and cloud-like strawberry cream, might just do the trick. The serving is big enough to share, but who's stopping you from having a Dreamcake all to yourself?

For more information, log on to Le Sucre Lab’s Facebook page.


PHOTO BY Chocolat Facebook page

Want something out-of-the-box? The Bailey’s (P95/slice, P405/six inches, P725/nine inches) is the chocolate cake of your childhood, with a little twist from your teenage years: It’s soaked in Bailey’s liquor, so you’ll get a surprising kick with each bite. For something classic, the Death By Tablea (P115/slice, P490/six inches, P875/nine inches) is a no-brainer choice, made with rich chocolate tablea and silky smooth chocolate icing.

Available on: GrabFood, Foodpanda

Wildflour Café + Bakery

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Next time you plan to have some coffee delivered from Wildflour Café + Bakery, why not add a slice of cake, too? It'll be hard to resist the crowd-favorite Salted Chocolate Cake (P349/slice), ranked number-one on our Top 10 Chocolate Cakes in Manila list, and made with three layers of sweet chocolate icing between pillowy sponge cake—it’s guaranteed to turn any bad day around. There’s also the creamy Coconut Pie (P260/slice), with tropical flavors that can make you feel like you’re lounging by the beach (even if you're stuck at your desk all day). Too bad they don't deliver whole cakes!

Available on: Foodpanda, GrabFood

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