One of the best kept secret for your sweet cravings in Davao City is at the Tiny Kitchen. This is one of the stops of the famous Davao Food Appreciation Tour (DFAT) 2012. We went there to have our snacks and was able to try all of their cakes.
Tiny Kitchen is a Davao-based Spanish restaurant which is now the place to be for your sweet craving needs, with an array of to die for cakes. Also available are breads, pastries, pastas and home-cooked meals.
Their cakes got just the right sweetness, texture and some cakes simply melts into your mouth. A must try is their Frozen Chocolate Brazo, the brazo was extra soft without a hint of any slight overcooked part. With the right sweetness and it was so good. It blended well with the chocolate ice cream sandwiched in the cake. Their Carrot Cake with walnuts a must try, Mango Sans Rival is heavenly and the rest of their cakes is unforgettable.
If you want to have some filling sandwich, you must try their Hamon Y Queso, Salad and Cheese and Tuna and Cheese, it is very filling.
If you are in Davao City, don’t fail to drop by and have your desserts and it goes well with their freshly squeezed lemonade.
Tiny Kitchen is located at F. Torres St. Davao City with Tel. # 305 9232
Their Restaurant is open Mondays – Saturdays during lunch and dinner time.
They are open the whole week for the people who wants to eat snacks and desserts.
Special thanks to the people behind DFAT 2012:
- Renz Bulseco of the Travelling Nomad – http://www.thetravelingnomad.com
- Mark Cabrera of Markable – http://www.markable.me
- Andrew dela Serna of Davao Foodie – http://www.davaofoodie.com
- Ria Jose of Kusina Maria – http://www.kusinamaria.com
- Dulce Lada of Padd Solutions – http://www.paddsolutions.com
- Anj Nacorda of Davaoisms – http://www.davaoisms.com