Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Cafe Voila

I have never been to Cafe Voi La. I thought at first it was a French restaurant because  of the word "voila" and was delightfully intrigued that its theme was Asian.

It turned out they meant Boi La which means to cook with leaves, per marketing head Jessica of the Villar Group.

We are on our 3rd and last stop to our Food Crawl made possible via the invitation of  @johnbunag and @teamkaladkarin.

Mesmerized by the interior of Coffee Project, I almost  forgot the important tidbit shared by Ms Jessica that Cafe Voi La's famous Salted Caramel Cake is being served in the premises and in all Coffee Project  branches. Turned out Cafe Voi La is part of the Villar Group or restaurants.

The cheesecake itself is reminiscent of  my mom's leche flan minus the sweet burnt caramel sugar at the bottom and denser than the usual melt-in-your-mouth leche flan my mom and my beloved  mother-in-law are experts at.

It was actually a happy discovery for me because Cafe Voi La's Salted Caramel  Cheesecake tasted like a Pinoy Cheesecake  that  looked like a  slice of New York Cheesecake with caramel on top. Confused? Dont be. It does not matter once you sink your teeth into this leche flan hybrid. One word - scrumptious!

If at the moment you are pressed for time to go to Tagaytay, try it  in any Coffee Project branch all over the metro. I heard they have more than 25 branches and counting.

As for me, might just drag the hubby and the piggery to Tagaytay  pronto

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Cafe Voi La
Crosswinds Tagaytay City

Cafe Voi La Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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