A Revolution of Coffee Shop Culture: Welcome to Caffé Pascucci
The moment I stepped into Caffé Pascucci, I was immediately drawn in by the graffiti style wall art and the bold red and black interiors—all of which are not usually found in a coffee shop.
Café ConfusoNothing could quite prepare me for the wonderfully unique dessert experience brought upon by the chef’s creations. My mouth watered at the mere sight of the Dark Belgian Chocolate Cheesecake (P195), which tastes as decadent as it looks. The consistency of the mix is very creamy and rich, which goes fantastic with the bittersweet chocolatey goodness of it all. The Cannoli de Ricotta (P90), a dish that seems to be quite rare here in the Philippines, is also another highlight thanks to Francisco’s homemade ricotta cheese.
Dark Belgian Chocolate Cheesecake
Cannoli de Ricotta
Hazelnut Truffle Muffin
Edam and Corn Muffin