Wildflour’s New Dessert Is Like Mango + Strawberry Shortcake’s Even Lighter Cousin


(SPOT.ph) We know, we know, we’re still in the midst of the ‘Ber months, and the desserts that usually come to mind this time of the year are those of the cozy, warming sort—though really, does the appeal of fresh, juicy fruits ever go away? We think not. One of the best ways to showcase them is through the dessert known as a pavlova! Combining meringue, cream, and fruit, it’s especially popular in New Zealand and Australia—and its sweet and lush, crisp-meets-creamy profile makes for a great pair to just about any fruit. That includes everything from tangy strawberries to our naturally sweet and lush mangoes, and if this idea gets your mouth watering, guess what. You can get exactly that at Wildflour as they’ve introduced a new dessert: The Strawberry Mango Pavlova!

Also read: The 10 Most Popular Dishes at Wildflour

Fresh fruit, cream, and meringue come together in Wildflour’s newest dessert. PHOTO BY PATRICIA BAES

You’ll fall in love with the new pavlova at Wildflour:

The Strawberry Mango Pavlova (P950/mini, P1,960/whole) is a vibrant dessert with a meringue base that’s light and airy, making for a crisp and delicate bite that melts in the mouth. It’s then topped with whipped cream and fresh fruit, namely strawberries, mangoes and blueberries—each of which contribute their own telltale taste and bursts of juiciness, not to mention a pop of color against the pale-white cream and meringue! Yup, consider it a fête of varying flavors and textures as all parts come together.

Fresh mangoes, strawberries, and blueberries add pops of color, juiciness, and tang. PHOTO BY PATRICIA BAES
You’ll want to get a little of everything—meringue, cream, and fruit—in each forkful for the full experience! PHOTO BY PATRICIA BAES

Wildflour’s got other new additions to their dessert line, too. The Birthday Cake (P1,450) is a colorful treat of vanilla sponge layers, custard, a dulce de leche filling, and pastel-hued rosettes of Italian meringue frosting swirled all around the cake—definitely worth adding to your weekend spread, whether or not it’s your birthday! The Pistachio Tres Leches (P1,895), on the other hand, upgrades Wildflour’s bestselling tres leches with a shower of crunchy green pistachios on top. And for a tropical bite, try the Mango Passion Fruit Pie (P2,450)—it’ll take you straight to the islands by taste with its mango-passionfruit filling, whipped cream, and nutty almond crust.

Just look at those colors on the Birthday Cake! PHOTO BY INSTAGRAM/WILDFLOURMANILA
The Pistachio Tres Leches is the good kind of nutty. PHOTO BY INSTAGRAM/WILDFLOURMANILA
A filling of mangoes and passionfruit makes for a lush, tropical-tasting treat in the Mango Passion Fruit Pie. PHOTO BY INSTAGRAM/WILDFLOURMANILA

These desserts are all available for orders via Wildflour’s delivery website, Wildflour To-Go. You can also opt to message their Instagram page or give the branch nearest you a call for same-day deliveries.

Wildflour is a homegrown bakery and restaurant that first opened in 2012. They’re known for their pastries as well as their brunch and dinner specials that take inspiration from cuisines all over the world. Wildflour was also among the first to bring the Cronut—the trendy croissant-doughnut hybrid pastry created by pastry chef Dominique Ansel—to our shores.

For orders, visit Wildflour To-Go’s website. You can also send a message to their Instagram page, or see a list of contact numbers you can call. For more information, check out Wildflour Restaurant’s Facebook page.

Why top restos open their biggest branches during this pandemic

The nearly 500-square meter Wildflour Cafe in Uptown Bonifacio is a place to enjoy good food and heartwarming conversations (Source: The Philippine Star)

Megaworld, leads the way in helping revive the economy, welcomes Wildflour Cafe at Uptown Bonifactio, Mary Grace at Newport City and McDonald’s at Capital Town in the City of Pampanga, with safety protocols in place.

While most restaurants are still hurting due to the pandemic, it’s business as usual for three of the biggest players in retail dining. Wildflour, Mary Grace and McDonald’s open their biggest branches in the country – at Megaworld townships to be exact – amid the pandemic.

Megaworld, which leads the way in helping revive the economy, welcomes Wildflour Cafe at Uptown Bonifacio in Taguig City, Mary Grace at Newport City in Pasay City, and Mcdonald’s at Capital Town in the City of San Fernando Pampanga, with safety protocols in place.

You can succumb to fear and let it drive you into hiding, or you can work smartly with it

Wildflour chief executive office and president, Ana Lorenzana de Ocampo

Ocampo when asked why they remain keen to open one of their biggest branches in a Megaworld township in the middle of a pandemic.

With a floor area of almost 500 square meters that can host up to 115 diners, the soon-to-open branch in Uptown Bonifacio offers a log of al fresco or outdoor seating. Here, diners will have excellent views of the greenery and picturesque spots in the township. The store will feature Wildflour’s first “Grab-and-Go” concept, while also flaunting the brand’s widest bakery and pastries selection.

ANC Cityscape: Feature on Wildflour’s activities during the pandemic

ANC Cityscape: Feature on Wildflour’s activities during the pandemic, November 2020

Recent interview feature on Wildflour and its activities during the pandemic by one of the country’s most prestigious news channels. It is available exclusively on ANC’s mobile app and thus we have not been able to repost it on our own channels, but they have allowed us to share the raw file with partners interested in knowing more about the growth and initiatives we’ve had throughout the pandemic

Go wild with your cravings!

Go wild with your cravings! Enjoy 10% OFF with your Wildflour Loyalty Card, only from September 8 to 10, 2020.

Apply 10% OFF to take-out, online purchases via wildflourtogo.com, or dine-in at all branches of Wildflour, Little Flour, Wildflour Italian, Pink’s, and Farmacy.
To avail, simply present your loyalty card or card number to staff, or share a photo of your card if for delivery.
This promo is not valid in conjunction with other promotions or discounts and not applicable to members who have signed up on the same day. Loyalty cardholders cannot earn points when this promo is availed. Not valid for pre orders for future claims for delivery or pick up after Thursday, September 10, 2020.

Dine with us from a distance 🍽

Our doors are open, and we’re ready to serve you! 💪🏼

We accept customers for dine-in at a 30% capacity, following directives mandated by the government. We have established a new set of health and safety protocols, and we ask that all customers comply as we head to a new frontier of restaurant dining.

We appreciate your continued support, and your cooperation as the situation continues to evolve. We will continue to monitor it closely, and adjust our operations as we see fit.

Scroll through this post to see the measures we’ve taken to ensure the health and well-being of both our guests and staff.

If you’re not quite ready to dine-in, you can still order for curbside pick-up, takeout, and deliveries via Food Panda, GrabFood, and wildflourtogo.com ⚡️

See you soon, and stay safe!

Wildflour, Poison, and More: Where To Get The Yummiest Doughnuts In Metro Manila

By Ryanne Co

Craving for something sweet? Satisfy yourself with some of these delicious doughnuts, which are also some of the best in Manila!

Homer Simpson’s favourite snack is back with a vengeance. Manila’s top bakers aren’t letting community quarantine stop them from doing what they do best: fulfil everyone’s sugary cravings. Check out these delicious doughnut places in the city just in time for Doughnut Day on the 5th! 

Poison Coffee & Doughnuts

What’s better than ramen? Ramen and doughnuts — which is exactly what Poison Coffee & Doughnuts specialises in. Their flavours are simultaneously fun and intriguing. How do you feel about merienda with pili glazed doughnuts, coffee with the champorado doughnut, and dessert with salted dark caramel? They’re easily accessible on foodpanda and GrabFood and are open from Mondays through Sundays.

Buns & Bros

Although Buns & Bros are famous for their burgers, it would be a sin to overlook their doughnuts. Celebrate your birthday in quarantine with their whimsical doughnut birthday cake — a double layer of doughnuts, both munch-sized and regular. Topped with delicious frosting, sprinkles, and crumble, it’s the perfect way to treat yourself on a special occasion while at home.

Green Bar

If you’re looking for guilt-free indulgence, check out Green Bar’s vegan doughnuts. Their decadent flavours are an absolute treat, especially when you’re looking for something a little out of the ordinary. Indulge in lemon matcha, peanut butter & jelly, decadent chocolate, and more!


Students in Katipunan likely have wonderful memories of Cello’s. They are, after all, a Quezon City staple — born in 2004 from a couple’s love of food. Nowadays, the brand’s letter doughnuts have become famous as a cute way to let someone know how you feel; their indulgent classic doughnuts are a great afternoon snack too. Choose from a variety of flavours that range from Boston Creme to Pastillas and Peanut Butter.

The Sugar Free Bakery

You might be able to tell what The Sugar Free Bakery is best known for; so if you’re looking for something a little less sinful then head on over to their page to their website to order something sweet. Although their flavours are currently a little limited, its soft texture and delicious flavour are a promising combination to future releases.


Wildflour is a staple for us here at Tatler, so we’re grateful for the fact that we can order their treats online! Wildflour To Go allows us to satisfy our cronut cravings any time of the day between 8:00AM to 4:00PM.

Bungalow Cafe

Bungalow Cafe’s doughnuts are famous for their awesome flavours. Their most recent releases include lemon cream, ube halaya, and double chocolate. Of course, they’ve got more than up their sleeve.

This Ube Custard Cake Is Available For Delivery!

You can pre-order your favorite ube desserts through Wildflour To-Go.

By Bea Faicol

On its own, ube and leche flan are good desserts, but when you combine these two classics, it becomes a wonderful dessert. Not fully convinced? Wildflour To-Go just brought back its Ube Custard Cake on the delivery menu so you can enjoy it right at home.

The Ube Custard cake has a layer of soft ube cake topped with a layer of rich custard. If you need more ube desserts, Wildlour To-Go’s menu also includes the classic Ube Cake, Ube Tres Leches,  and the Ube Bomboloni.

If you want to place an order, you have to do so in advance as these items are only available for pre-order. You can contact these Wildflour branches: Bonifacio Global City at 8856-7600(0917) 852-0950(0917) 624-9006; Rockwell at 8850-5503 or (0917) 705-3329; Salcedo Makati at 8808-7072 or (0917) 328-5915; Podium Mall at 8571-8588 or (0917) 628-9572. You can also call Wildflour Italian using this number 8244-3930 or (0917) 632-9384.

Chocolate Lovers, You’ll Want to Check Out These Places That Deliver

by Patricia Baes

(SPOT.ph) Call it a non-essential, if you will. But you can’t blame a chocolate lover for yearning for a good chocolate dessert these days—perhaps it’s their deep, dark character that gives us just enough momentary pleasure to keep going, or their sweetness that reminds us that better days are coming. If the chocolate hankerings are getting intense, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up a few chocolatey treats to check out—and yep, they can be delivered.

Check out these chocolate desserts that are available for delivery:

ROYCE’ Chocolates’ Nama Chocolate Au Lait (P630)


ROYCE’ makes some of the creamiest, dreamiest milk chocolate around—and the best way to experience it is in nama form, where it’s blended with fresh cream and a touch of liquor and dusted with cocoa powder. You can order from their Rockwell outpost and pay via BPI bank transfer, then book your courier of choice (such as Grab or Lalamove).

For orders, contact 8984-4698 or send a message to their Facebook or Instagram pages.

Mo Cookies’ South Cotabato Chocolate Fudge (P160)


This larger-than-palm sized cookie is for those who like it deep and dark. You get a double dose of chocolate here, with a chocolate cookie base and chunks of 60% South Cotabato chocolate that contribute an earthy, bittersweet note. These cookies are available at The Moment Group’s delivery website, as well as selected Moment Group restaurants that you can call directly or order from via Foodpanda, GrabFood, or Lalafood.

For orders, visit The Moment Group’s delivery website, or contact 7728-2735 (Manam Rockwell), 8400-4453 (8Cuts Greenbelt), 7720-5980 (8Cuts Rockwell), 7576-8446 (Ooma Greenbelt), 7958-6712 (Ooma Rockwell), 0919-084-5719 or 0919-084-5483 (The Mess Hall), 8362-0618 (Manam Robinsons Ermita), 8332-9390 (Manam Netpark), 8550-1964 (8Cuts Serendra), 7621-4052 (Ooma BGC), 0919-084-5729 (Manam Greenhills), 0919-084-5729 (Ooma Greenhills), 8631-4388 (8Cuts SM Megamall), or 7900-5750 (Manam Trinoma). You can also find these restaurants on Foodpanda, GrabFood, or LalaFood.

Auro Chocolate’s Vegan Chocolate Gelato (P480/pint)


There’s nothing like a cool, creamy scoop of gelato on a hot summer day—especially when it’s made with Auro Chocolate’s distinctly robust-tasting dark chocolate. You can get this cold, creamy treat by ordering from their website, which lets you pay via BDO bank transfer or Paypal.

For orders, check out Auro Chocolate’s delivery website.

Wildflour’s Salted Chocolate Cake (P2,000/two layers, P3,000/three layers)


One of our favorite chocolate cakes in the Metro, this is a hefty creation has layers of cake, chocolate ganache, and caramel—plus pops of salt for balance. It’s available for preorders from Wildflour’s delivery leg, Wildflour To-Go, which caters to the Makati, Mandaluyong, Manila, Taguig, Dasmarinas, and Forbes areas—just send them a message on Instagram to order.

For orders, send a message to Wildflour To-Go’s Instagram page.