Luscious Pastries from Kafika Bakery

During the pandemic, we have seen the rise of micro, small and medium enterprises. I recently discovered Kafika Bakery which serves cookies, cakes and bread. All of their products are homemade and baked with love and care. The business is located at San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City. So what makes it exciting?

What’s your favorite pastry?
Kafika Bakery’s version of burnt Basque cheesecake

Kafika Bakery produces one of the best burnt Basque cheesecakes I tried. This kind of cheesecake is the alter ego to the classic New York cheesecake with a press-in cookie crust. The Basque version however gets burnt, cracked, and cooked at high temperature. It also means that this is the cheesecake that’s impossible to mess up.

Burnt, Baby, Burnt Cheesecake
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Kafika’s version was creamy, decadent and rich. On each slice, you’ll get a very smooth yet fluffy chiffon like texture. I’ll give Burnt, Baby, Burnt Cheesecake an ACE.

Naughty Lemon or The Dark Knut?

During the pandemic, there has been numerous cookies flooding your Instagram or Facebook pages. Luckily, Kafika Bakery offers a unique set of flavors that will surely tickle your tummies. I was able to try Naughty Lemon (Lemon Macadamia Cookie). It was so refreshing, nutty and not too sweet. It’s perfect for your afternoon tea. I’ll give it a HIT. On the other hand, I was also able to try The Dark Knut (Dark Chocolate Toasted Walnuts Cookie). It was chewy and thick. Pair it with a glass of latte and it will surely be a HIT also.

I like them both!

I personally love their crowd favorite “Cinnamon Rolling In the Deep” (Cinnamon Sticky Buns). It is composed of maple glaze and candied walnuts in soft brioche-like bun. It’s a perfect partner for your hot coffee. It’s not too sweet also so you’ll never have that “taste fatigue” factor. It’s an ACE for me.

It’s my favorite breakfast item. So good with a cup of hot coffee.
Cinnamon Rolling In the Deep

Overall, I love their fun and quirky pastries. I’ll definitely get some in the future so my friends and family can try it. To know more about this brand, follow them at their social media pages:
Instagram: kafikabakery
Facebook: Kafika Bakery

13 thoughts on “Luscious Pastries from Kafika Bakery”

  1. It’s great to know that small enterprises is now coping on the crisis that the world is fighting. This bakery sure serve great pastries and everything looks tasty and mesmerizing. Loved it, will definitely check this out.

  2. These pastries look so different and unique! I love anything with cinnamon so would love to try out ‘Cinnamon Rolling In the Deep’. Thanks for sharing these treats.

  3. I love pastries! These indeed look luscious. Definitely different than the types of bread and pastries I would buy when I lived in Southern Luzon, over 20 years ago. I did like that so many places and yummy tinapay for sale. And for only a peso or two. I ate a lot of tinapay in the Philippines! haha

  4. Oh this looks so tempting! I would love to bake these cookies and have it with hot cup of tea. Thanks for sharing!

  5. It is great to see places like this popping up in spite of the pandemic. Everything looks amazing–although I thought the cheesecake was chocolate and not burnt at first, lol. Those cinnamon rolls are what I really want though!!!

  6. I have also seen how people became creative with their livelihood when COVID hit. It really is inspiring how everyone discovers their own way of sustaining themselves. Pretty admirable, too! I don’t think I can make/sell food – it’s a fun thing to do but very tedious especially if you receive hundreds of orders! Thanks for supporting local!

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