This Soul-Soothing Chocolate Cake Is Available Again for Orders

It's our favorite chocolate cake in the city.

( Call it a non-essential, if you will. But a good chocolate cake has that power to uplift the spirit and provide some much-needed joy in our lives in these challenging times. And if you find yourself needing an extra dose of happy, here's something you'll want to know: Big Al’s Cookie Jar is reopening their Sikatuna Village branch so you can get their winning chocolate cake and other sweet treats. Orders must be placed three to four days before your preferred pick-up date, and they accept payments made via BDO, BPI, and GCash. Once you’ve ordered, you can opt to have it picked up and delivered by your courier of choice, such as Lalamove or Grab.

Check out that glossy fudge frosting!
PHOTO BY War Espejo

Their Decadent Chocolate Cake (P350/loaf, P630/junior, P1,100/birthday, P1,650/party) is a reliable choice, with its rich and squidgy chocolate base topped with a bittersweet fudge frosting. It’s our favorite chocolate cake in Manila—you can take our word for it! For an even more sinful bite, try the Chocolate Caramel Cake (P400/loaf, P730/junior, P1,300/birthday, P1,950/party). On the other hand, if a simpler, more old-fashioned dessert is what you crave, go for the Butter Caramel Cake (P400/loaf, P730/junior, P1,300/birthday, P1,950/party). Cheesecake fans are also in for a treat with their Baked Cheesecake (P90/single cupcake, P520/box of six cupcakes, P1,200/seven-inch round cake), which is available in plain or blueberry variants.


Big Al’s is a purveyor of home-baked desserts, which have been vouched for celebrities—including the likes of Iya Villania and Kathryn Bernardo.

For orders, check out this form, or send them a message on Facebook or Instagram.

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