The Best Mango Cakes You Can Get Delivered Right Now

Can't get enough of this sweet treat?

PHOTO BY Cara Mia, Facebook/Mary Grace Cafe

( The Philippines is home to some of the world’s best mangoes. Naturally sweet and juicy, these fruits make for especially wonderful desserts—and the great thing is that you’ll find a number of amazing creations from local shops and purveyors that highlight their oh-so-vibrant flavor. Here, we’ve rounded up the most decadent, creative, great-tasting mango cakes around the Metro that you can get delivered right to your doorstep.

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Go for these amazing mango cakes the next time the craving strikes:

Mary Grace Cafe’s Mango Bene (P249/slice, P1,782/whole)

PHOTO BY Facebook/Mary Grace Cafe

This square cake from Mary Grace Cafe melds creamy, crunchy, and fruity worlds with layers of airy meringue, custard cream, and sweet, juicy mangoes. It’s served semi-frozen, so you can enjoy it like you would ice cream. You can get a slice delivered via GrabFood, but if you're looking for a whole cake, you can place an order two days in advance on their website and pick them up from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m..

For orders, find Mary Grace Cafe on GrabFood or visit their website.

Bellefleur by Beatrix’s Mango Tres Leches (P1,350/whole)

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Mango’s sweet and tangy flavor profile pairs beautifully with desserts of the creamy sort, like tres leches cake. This fruity interpretation by Bellefleur by Beatrix has leche flan, vanilla chiffon, tres leches sauce-soaked lady fingers, mango cream mousse, and fresh mangoes. You can send them a message on Facebook or Instagram to get your fix. They accept payments made via GCash or BPI, BDO, or Metrobank bank deposit.


For orders, send Bellefleur by Beatrix a message on Facebook or Instagram.

Cara Mia’s Mango Magnifico (P150/slice, P900/whole)


This cake lives up to the name of being, well, magnificent with its spectacular combo of mangoes, whipped cream, cashew brittle, and chiffon cake. Think of your classic mangoes-and-cream combo given a surprise complexity from the nutty cashew brittle. You can place your orders through Cara Mia’s website.

For orders, find Cara Mia on Grabfood or visit their delivery website.

Cuerva Bakeshop’s Mango Torte (P1,480/11 inches, P1800/14 inches)

PHOTO BY Facebook/Cuerva Bakeshop

Cuerva’s Mango Torte is famous for good reason—its stellar combo of a nut-meringue crust, house-made mango sauce, and vibrant-tasting fresh mangoes is far more than just the sum of its parts. You can order by calling the branch nearest you to pre-order, then pick up your dessert or get it delivered by booking your own courier.

For orders, contact 0906-358-0980, 8844-0966, or 8844-8278 (Makati); 0977-726-1714 (Greenhills); 8842-5532 or 8850-9182 (Alabang); or 8817-0200, 8817-6286, or 0956-305-7770 (Taguig).

Café Ysabel’s Mango Jubilee Cake in a Can (P780/can)

PHOTO BY Facebook/Cafe Ysabel

Café Ysabel pays homage to the classic dessert known as mango jubilee in this six-inch cake that you can enjoy semi-frozen or thawed. It has fresh mangoes, a mango-jubilee sauce, chiffon cake, and cream for the perfect mix of fruity and creamy. This treat is also served in a tin, making it especially easy to store in the fridge or freezer. You can place your orders through their order form.


For orders, check out this order form or visit Café Ysabel’s Facebook page.

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Lia’s Cakes in Season Mango Cheesecake (P220/slice, P1,580/whole)

PHOTO BY Lia's Cakes in Season

Lia's Cakes in Season has been known for from their avocado desserts, but they also have other variants, too. Mango lovers can go for their smooth, creamy cheesecake studded with bits of mangoes, and finished with a fruity mango glaze. You can place your orders through their website. There’s a delivery charge of P150, but delivery is free if you order worth P2,000 and above.

For orders, visit Lia’s Cakes in Season’s delivery website.

Paper Moon’s Mango Mille Crepe (P250/slice, P2,500/whole)

PHOTO BY Facebook/Paper Moon Cafe PH

Love mangoes and crepes? You’ll love this creation—it takes the combination into overdrive with multiple layers of paper-thin crepes, juicy mangoes, and very lightly sweetened, light-as-air pastry cream. You can place your orders through Paper Moon’s website or through GrabFood, LalaFood, or Foodpanda.

For orders, check out Paper Moon’s delivery website or find Paper Moon on GrabFood, LalaFood, or Foodpanda.

Fraiche Patisserie’s Mango Caramel Cake (P980)

PHOTO BY Facebook/Fraiche Patisserie

Mangoes and cream may be a classic combo, but once you try it with caramel—as you can with this creation—you might find it hard to go back. It combines light and indulgent worlds with its layers of vanilla sponge cake, caramel fudge, mango compote layers, and light whipped cream. You can send a message to Fraiche Patisserie on Facebook or Instagram for orders—lead time is two days—and pay via BDO bank deposit.


For orders, send a message to Fraiche Patisserie on Facebook or Instagram.

Honeybon Brazo Mango (P960/whole)

PHOTO BY Honeybon

Honeybon gives brazo de mercedes a refreshing, vibrant twist with this mango-tinged variation. This frozen cake has meringue, a light custard filling, and cubes of mangoes between the layers. Get your fill of this cake by placing your orders through Honeybon’s website; they accept payments made via GCash, Paymaya, or BDO or BPI bank deposit.

For orders, check out Honeybon’s delivery website.

Bizu Patisserie’s Mango Soleil (P355/personal, P1,225/midi, P1,995/grande)

PHOTO BY Bizu Patisserie & Bistro

Can’t wait for summer? This tropical-themed cake by Bizu might just be the next best thing, combining a smooth mango mousse with almond dacquoise, genoise sponge cake, coconut cream, and crisp white chocolate croquantine. You can try this sweet treat for yourself by placing your orders through their website.

For orders, check out Bizu Patisserie’s delivery website.

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