Cafe Mary Grace

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Corte de las Palmas, Taguig, Philippines
(02) 666 3137

Cafe Mary Grace Taguig Reviews

the_bloodsucker the_bloo…
33 reviews
Feel at Home at Mary Grace Cafe Apr 01, 2008
Mary Grace used to be known for their Ensaymada (Manila bread) to-go, but it recently opened a cafe serving not just their specialty desserts but a wide array of appetizing dishes as well. A must-try is the Vigan Longaniza sandwich (PhP184 or USD4), a local sausage from the northern Ilocos region. They also serve scampi pasta (PhP203 or USD5) where your favorite seafood is mixed with fettuccini made from fresh ingredients and simple spices. Of course, the highlight is still the melts-in-the-mouth ensaymada (PhP48 or USD1), now served with various toppings such as Laguna cheese, or quezo de bola, and the rich local chocolate (PhP60 or USD2.5) that brings back childhood memories. With great food to offer coupled with a cozy setting (an ambience of wooden doors, window frames, brick walls, and picnic baskets), Mary Grace Cafe is indeed a winner!

Mary Grace Cafe- Serendra

Fort bonifacio, Taguig

+632 8560858
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azzurri azzurri
8 reviews
May 12, 2007
Mary Grace is known for their baked goods, specifically ensaymada and cheese rolls. This is their first cafe, with indoor and outdoor tables. The cafe has a garden theme, with books you can read and quotes and sayings put on each table.

And what goes well with ensaymada? Hot chocolate! The Mary Grace hot chocolate was really good. It's the traditional hot chocolate with cinnamon and vanilla.

Take note, we had this for dessert :D

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