Scintillating Jaffles at Spiffy’s Grove

Spiffy’s Grove is a great hangout place with a very cozy and chill vibe. It earned its reputation as the only bar in Metro Manila to have brought quality, craft international hard ciders. If you’re into al fresco or casual dining experience, you came into the right place.

Spiffy’s Grove

The bar is ventilated and well-lighted. All of the furniture and store signs are do-it-yourself from locally sourced materials. It provides parking space for its customers.Once you get to the premises, you’ll see a combination of art and gastronomy.

Art + Gastronomy at Spiffy’s Grove

So everyone is asking me, what are jaffles? Jaffles are a type of sandwich cooked in a device with long handles connected to hinged concave plates (jaffle iron).The bread are placed in the opened plates butter-side down on each side with any sumptuous filling. It will then be clamped with the jaffle iron to seal the edges.

In Spiffy’s, they make their jaffles fresh upon order. You can select sweet or savory jaffles for late lunch or dinner depending on your preference. They usually change their menu occasionally so that people will have a lot of options.

Margherita w/ Chicken Jaffles
Banana & Nutella in Cinnamon Toast Jaffles

Apart from jaffles, they also serve homemade dumplings which are the best selling item on their menu.I was lucky to try different flavors: chicken and creamy pesto, pork and green apple and nacho beef to name a few.

Different kinds of homemade dumplings

A wide selection of international ciders are available to choose from. Spiffy’s made their own guide in selecting the right cider:

International Ciders from Australia and New Zealand with Spiffy’s cider guide

Overall, I’m really happy with dining experience. I really love the golden crispy jaffles freshly served with side salad. It’s best paired with an apple cider. Thanks Gladys and Nick for a wonderful gastronomic experience!

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Spiffy’s Grove is located at 412 El Grande Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque. They are open everyday from 3 PM – 12 MN. You may contact them at +632-501-7765.

You can reach them through their social media pages:
Facebook: Spiffy’s Grove
Instagram: spiffysgrove

The verdict: It’s a HIT!
The Tennis Foodie’s favorite: Margherita w/ Chicken Jaffles, Nacho Beef Dumplings

22 thoughts on “Scintillating Jaffles at Spiffy’s Grove”

  1. Looks so good! The pictures show quality presentation to entice one to rush to this place. I want to taste these dishes!

  2. Ah…we’ve made our own jaffles before, although we are less sophisticated I guess and call them mountain pies. (That’s what I’ve always heard them referred to since most people make them when they go camping and do it over the campfire.) I love that a bar offers them on their menu though. So cool! And they’re so tasty too, so I can totally bet that they’re a big hit!

  3. This is my kind of restaurant! I love those foods! It looks exactly what I like to eat.

  4. I’ve nevwr heard of jaffles but they remind me of a grilled cheese. These sound so delicious I’d love to try a sweet version like the banana and Nutella cinnamon jaffle.

  5. Spiffy’s Grove looks like a great place to check out. I would love to try the Banana & Nutella in Cinnamon Toast Jaffles.

  6. I think I have seen something similar to this in the states with a sandwich maker. Not a panini. Something different. I would love to try this out though. I can think of many delicious things that would work with it.

  7. Good to know that it is already available in the Philippines. I love how the space was made and it looks very cozy. I love Jaffles by the way, the Banana & Nutella in Cinnamon Toast Jaffles looks so delicious!

  8. Spiffy’s Grove looks like a cool, eclectic place to dine in. I like the casual and hip atmosphere, and the fact that they change up their menu every now and then. I’ve never heard of jaffles before but they look like paninis, which I love.

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