Quick Treat at Treat Street Cafe

I was thrilled to publish this entry as I am now an avid fan of savory pie. Initially, I thought pies came from the US but after researching, pie originally appeared in England. I have encountered some local made pies that left me underwhelmed, so I took pies out my food list until…

One energy sapping day at Ayala with my friend Mishy T, we decided to take a quick break at this cute industrial looking cafe at the second floor, just outside Rustan’s. Total feet exhaustion due to our 3 inch heels. Amen petite girls. πŸ™‚



As a spicy food enthusiast, the ad below enticed me to try their spicy lechon pie.


And I was lifted to pie heaven as soon as I took my first bite. It was so savory that I kept raving while slowly attacking it. Served warm, all the more it becomes more mouthwatering.


Zoomed in πŸ˜‰


Treat Street Cafe Ayala

For only 110php, I don’t mind dropping by at Ayala everyday. A convert here! Pair it with cappuccino (100php) or any of your illy coffee preference and happiness is achieved at 210php only. πŸ™‚

Mishy tried their green tea with black sesame cake for 110php still. It tasted weird, wood-ish weird.


Well, just like beauty, delicious is subjective. One BIG ultra con of Treat Street though is the location. It is a network blackhole so expect some delay in receiving or sending sms or photoΒ upload.

Have you tried other pastries at Treat Street? How was it? πŸ™‚


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