Take a journey with Resorts World Manila’s guilty pleasures
Guilt is when you feel culpable of some things you do, especially if you imagined the offenses thereafter. What could be guilt-worthy about desserts? Too much sugar, extravagant, overly indulging? With Resorts World Manila’s sweets parade, we assure you these sugar wonders are worth the guilt.
Within the first-class restaurants scattered around the busy floors of Resorts World Manila, there is that assurance that guests can still feel the hush even in between the excitement of the game or after all the frenzy at the party. It takes just one spoonful of sugar rush in Ginzadon, Passion, Impressions or in Café Maxims, and all those nerves will soon be cooling down.
The newly opened Café Maxims, located at the Ground Floor of Maxims Towers, offers not just the best coffee. Completing the piazza-themed interior is a dainty gem displayed on delicate dishware, topped with the freshest mango fruit. All creamy and with just the right amount of sweetness, Chef Deo Grande’s Mango Yogurt Cheesecake is starting to be noticed even to those with the most discerning taste.
From left to right: Impression's Strawberry Tiramisu, Ginzadon's Shiratama Zensai, Passion's Braised Papaya
with White Fungus in Rock Sugar Syrup and Cafe Maxim's Mango Yogurt Cheesecake
Just an escalator away from Café Maxims is Passion. Aside from its outstanding Cantonese main dishes, its loyal diners also love Chef David Chu Wai Fung’s Braised Papaya with White Fungus in Rock Sugar Syrup. This may account as perhaps the healthiest dessert with the excellent selection of perfectly ripe Papaya and low calorie sugar.
Just a few steps away from Passion, meanwhile, is the Japanese-Korean restaurant Ginzadon. Other than the best noodles, Ginzadon prides itself with authentic Japanese ice creams. Favorites are Chef Antonio Ablay’s Black Sesame Ice Cream and Shiratama Zensai. With the right amount of sweetness Japanese ice creams are known for, Chef Ablay’s creations stand with the perfect mixture of ice and cream; served solid and frosty but not overly frozen.
From Asian restaurants, the desserts trip can culminate impeccably at Impressions. Also at Maxims Towers, Impressions is considered Resorts World Manila’s pride in pastry. Chef Cyrille Soenen’s Strawberry Tiramisu is a delight. The mixture of strawberry-flavored alcohol and cream taste just divine as it melts so obediently in your mouth. With a presentation adorned with heavenly European chocolates arranged in pyramid, this version of tiramisu will definitely give smile even to the most discriminating guest.
After the sweets splurge, a little bit of guilt might come after. But then again, Resorts World Manila’s desserts will make sure that it's all worth it.
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