10 Bakeries to Check Out When You Need Cake Delivered

(SPOT.ph) From the wild creations of Ace of Cakes to the timeless classics you'd usually see in the Great British Bake-Off, cakes are just that kind of dessert—they’ve got range. They can do weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and even bachelor/bachelorette parties. But really, you don't need an excuse or occasion to treat yourself to a soul-satisfying slice. That, we think, is what makes the cake so versatile, and we round up some places that not only deliver on the comfort front, but also literally deliver. 

Also read:
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Top 10 Chocolate Cakes in Manila (2019 Edition)

You can get cake delivered from these places:


PHOTO BY Conti's Bakeshop & Restaurant

You might know them for their Mango Bravo (P895/mini, P1,480/regular), which can be quite a challenge to slice. Their latest cake, the Chocolate Obsession (P795), has become an instant hit with its three layers of chocolate. Conti’s has frequently been well within the dessert conversation, and that won’t change any time soon. They’re not limited to delivering cakes via their hotline or GrabFood, either. You can get lasagna (P255), the ever-popular chicken pie (P37/piece, P296/box of eight, P444/box of 12), and other favorites delivered via their website.

For orders, contact 8580-8888 or send a message to Conti’s Bakeshop & Restaurant’s Facebook page.

Mylene’s Ensaymada and Banana Cake

PHOTO BY Mylene's Ensaymada and Banana Cake/Facebook
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If you haven’t bitten into this ensaymada, you simply have not lived—they truly earned their place on our Top 10 Ensaymada (2019 Edition) list. But the other dessert that shares the spotlight is their moist, not-too-sweet, altogether too-edible Banana Cake (P150/small, P275/big). You can even order a version with chocolate chips (P170) if your sweet tooth needs the extra texture. Best part? They offer free delivery within Marikina. For other cities in the Metro, you can order via GrabFood and Lalamove.

For orders, contact Mylene’s Ensaymada and Banana Cake's Xavierville (7358-1010), Gil Fernando (7369-9047), Ipil (7940-9604), or South Supermarket Pasig (7966-3128) branches, or send a message to Mylene's Ensaymada and Banana Cake's Facebook page.

Buttery & Co.


More and more people have become a little extra particular about their desserts now, and you'll often hear someone singing praises of a cake that "isn't too sweet." Buttery & Co.'s  Valrhona Dark Chocolate Cake (P1,200/eight-inch round, P2,000/nine-by-12-inch rectangle) is just the thing in that regard—it isn’t over-the-top yet packs a chocolatey punch, while ube lovers can go for the Ube Caramel Cake (P1,300/8-inch round, P1,900/nine-by-12-inch rectangle). 

For orders, contact 0915-333-3990 or send a message to Buttery & Co.'s Facebook page.


PHOTO BY Cake2Go Facebook page

Listen, when you’ve got something called Black Forest Cheesecake (P820), you don’t have to worry about whether anyone will like it or not. And if you’re just looking for something to smother your feelings with—well, Cake2Go gets the job done, and quickly. For that, you'll want the Chocolate Sans Rival (P750), which pretty much speaks for itself. As of writing, you can get your cakes picked up or arrange delivery by booking your own GrabExpress or Lalamove.

For orders, contact 8366-1454.

Cara Mia

PHOTO BY Cara Mia Cakes & Gelato/Facebook

You can never go wrong with cakes that have chocolate on them. Cara Mia's Pistachio Cioccolato (P995), for example, takes layers of chiffon cake with a sweet but earthy pistachio filling, finished with dark chocolate. You can also go for their Chocolate S'mores, chocolate buttercake with layers of light chocolate cream and topped with marshmallow icing. Cakes are available for takeout or delivery from Cara Mia branches at Don Bosco, Makati and Eastwood, Quezon City, except on Mondays.

For orders, contact 8822-1111. For more information, visit Cara Mia's Facebook page.

Tous Les Jours

PHOTO BY Tous les Jours (Facebook)

This bakery from South Korea doesn’t pull any punches with the fresh bread, but the way their cakes look just scream “special occasion.” Their Mocha Crunch (P788) and Honey Hive (P698) cakes fall under their buttercream category, and don’t fall short on decadence or contrast of texture. Plus, most of their cakes look almost too cute to cut into. (Almost.) Orders can be made through GrabFood or Foodpanda.

For more information, visit Tous Les Jours' Facebook page.



Wildflour is known for its general flair for breakfast or brunch, and has made its way into the world of Italian cuisine—but they’re as much a bakery as anything else. Hankering for heavy, rich, and sweet in one go? The Pastel de Tres Leches (P235) has you covered. Those who want an irrestistibly chocolatey sweet-and-salty dessert can opt for the Salted Chocolate Cake (P255)—it's consistently part of our Top 10 Chocolate Cake lists for a reason. Wildflour currently accepts orders from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily with a two-day lead time for whole cakes; you just need to send a direct message on their Wildflour to Go Instagram page to order. They also sell per slice—the available variants are posted on the page every day at 2 p.m.

For orders, visit Wildflour to Go's Instagram page.


PHOTO BY Boulangerie22/Facebook

Boulangerie22 merges traditional baking techniques with striking designs. The Dark Chocolate Ganache (P799) and Strawberry Love Cake (P799) are a couple of lookers, but they’re just as good on the inside. They currently accept orders for pick-up or through couriers like GrabFood and Foodpanda. Payment can be made via credit card, debit card, or bank deposit.

For orders, log on to Boulangerie22's website

Lia’s Cakes in Season


There’s something about fresh, seasonal fruit in dessert that somehow makes you think you’re not doing anything too sinful. Lia’s Cakes in Season fans swear by the Avocado Cake (P1,480) and for good reason—its taste really is reminiscent of a perfectly ripe avocado. Currently, they only cater to Pasig and Mandaluyong areas. Cut-off for same-day delivery is at 9 a.m.

For orders, contact 0917-660-5427. For more information, visit Lia's Cakes in Season's Facebook page.

Le Sucre Lab

PHOTO BY Le Sucre Lab

Cakes in tins are undoubtedly convenient—maybe people got tired of the whole slicing business and went all out with the spoons. And honestly, it’s a valid way to eat cake. You can’t go wrong with Le Sucre Lab’s Chocolate Dreamcake (P485)—the ganache is what really makes it good, while their Mango Dreamcake (P595) is for those who want a fruity dessert. You can have these tin-can cakes delivered via GrabAssistant or Lalamove.

For orders, contact 0995-775-7218. For more information, visit Le Sucre Lab's Facebook page.

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