Hubby and I were running a few errands one Sunday at SM The Block when it was lunch time before we knew it. We were so hungry we went into the first place we saw with no crowd outside lol.
Slappy Cakes! Both of us had never tried this place before. It’s actually a franchise from the US.
We decided to have pancakes for dessert so each of us ordered a rice meal first. I had the Topsy Tapa (P250, pictured above). I liked the tasty garlicky beef strips laid on top of yummy garlic rice. I was asked how I liked the eggs and I told them I wanted them poached. Nice! It was even served with mango salsa on the side which went to well with everything.
Hubby ordered the Bongga-Longganisa (P250, pictured above). Hubby was given a choice between chicken or pork longganisa and he opted for pork. It was pretty good! The longganisa was flavorful, tender, and comprised mostly of lean meat. It also came with garlic rice, poached eggs (as per his request), and mango salsa.
We also ordered a Cucumber Lime Aide (P190, pictured above) to share. It’s cucumber and lime juice with soda water. It’s packs quite a punch in terms of flavor and it’s refreshing at the same time. Thumbs up!
Finally we were ready to make pancakes. We ordered the Red Velvet Set (P350, pictured above). You get a ketchup container filled with red velvet pancake batter and cream cheese topped with cinnamon to go with it.
Our grill was pre-heated and then I proceeded to squirt some batter on the hot surface. One such container can make about 6 pancakes.
I can flip pancakes so I’m not completely useless in the kitchen, hahaha!
I put on some cream cheese and ate my pancake. It was soooo good, tasted like rich and chocolatey red velvet with yummy cream cheese and cinnamon.
Overall our first Slappy Cakes experience was pretty great! We were satisfied with both the food and service. We’ll definitely go with the kids next time, I think they’ll like it a lot. Prices are a bit above average but not that over the top. I like that it makes eating an interactive and educational experience for kids since they can try their hand at cooking their own food safely.
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