Cheese Is It: Kumori Now Delivers Their Japanese Cheesecakes
It just melts in your mouth.
(SPOT.ph) Not all cheesecakes are created equal. Some are dense and all-out decadent; some, like Kumori’s Hanjuku Cheese, are light and ethereal. If it’s the latter that you seek, it's your lucky day, because the Japanese-style bakeshop now delivers some of their treats to selected areas in Makati, Quezon City, Pasig, San Juan, Muntinlupa, and Taguig via their website. Those living in other areas can opt to have it picked up by external couriers, such as Grab, Lalamove, or Angkas. There’s a three-day lead time for orders and you can pay via BDO or Metrobank bank deposit, or through GCash.
The Hanjuku Cheese is available in Original (P50/piece, P300/box of six) and Chocolate (P50/piece, P300/box of six) flavors. Whichever way you go, you can expect a treat that’s simultaneously delicate yet melt-in-the-mouth velvety.
Really in the mood for chocolate? Go for the Saku-Saku Chocolate (P1,100), a taste-and-textural party with layers of chocolate mousse and hazelnut crumble on a brownie base. For your savory needs, there’s the Premium Cheese Loaf (P165), or Japanese milk bread with salty pockets of cheese—great for sandwiches or just for snacking on its own.
They deliver to the following areas: Makati (Forbes Park, Dasmarinas Village, Urdaneta Village, Bel-Air Village, Rockwell Center, Ayala Center), Quezon City (Corinthian Gardens, Corinthian Hills, Greenmeadows, Acropolis, Eastwood, Rolling Hills, and New Manila), Pasig (Valle Verde and Ortigas Center), San Juan (Greenhills), Muntinlupa (Ayala Alabang Village and Filinvest City), and Taguig (McKinley Hill, McKinley West, and Bonifacio Global City).
Note that they have their own delivery team following this schedule: Makati on Mondays, Quezon City on Tuesdays (except Rolling Hills and New Manila, to which they deliver on Thursdays), Pasig on Wednesdays, San Juan on Thursdays, Muntinlupa on Fridays, and Taguig on Saturdays.
Kumori came to the Philippines in 2015, tempting Filipinos with their line of Japanese breads and pastries baked fresh every day.
this strange new world.