“We have classic cakes such as our homemade carrot cake, chocolate mud cake, red velvet and tiramisu. Then we start to get a little more creative with our Lotus Biscoff, Ube Dulce de Leche, Lychee Pandan Cake and Peanut Butter Banana Cake cake, ”shared Ivanov. For something more, Dylan Patisserie offers De Hazelnut Praline, Triple Chocolate Blossom, and Nutty Nutella, all of which are said to be masterfully crafted to perfection. Prices for whole cakes start at P720 to P1,990. Personalized cakes for birthdays and weddings are also available. In addition to cakes, the pastry shop offers Belgian chocolates, biscuits with various flavors, macaroons and other fresh baked goods from the oven. “We are happy to respond to any other customization request by also personalizing our macaroons and cookies. If you want to add special ingredients, we are always happy to do that for you and go the extra mile, ”Ivanov added. There are also gifts and baskets, ideal for the holiday season and beyond. Choices include Celebrate Hamper (P2,800), an elegant interwoven basket with a custom handle filled to the brim with classic goodies; Prestige Hamper which consists of premium treats (3,300 P); and Deluxe Hamper (6,600 P) with a sumptuous assortment of exquisite products. Dylan Patisserie is running a free shipping promotion that is running in Metro Manila through November 30. Orders placed via Viber or WhatsApp (0917-877-2999) and on dylanpatisserie.com will be delivered for free with a minimum purchase of P720 within a radius of 5 kilometers from the store, and a minimum purchase of 1000 P beyond 5 kilometers. Those who enjoy a slice of cake with a cup of coffee while enjoying the sophisticated ambiance of the pastry shop can visit the store at 116 Jupiter Street, Barangay Bel-Air, Makati City from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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