It was one hot Saturday afternoon when Fred and I went to Oakridge Pavillion to buy some breastfeeding essentials. On our way home, we stopped at Don Benito’s Cassava Cake and Pichi-Pichi (Mandaue branch). I was pregnant and craving for cassava cake when I’ve read about this shop online. Fred wasn’t able to buy this for me due to his hectic schedule so when we saw their branch in Mandaue, we didn’t think twice to drop by and buy their specialties.
Don Benito’s is known for their very delicious cassava cake. It was my first time to try it so I just ordered their best seller, the original flavor cassava cake and the pichi-pichi with cheese toppings. Just look how yummy-looking they are. Trust me, they taste very good!
These Filipino desserts are indeed best for pasalubong, for snack time and even for gifts. Below is the pricelist of Don Benito’s products.
Don Benito’s also offer different flavoured cassava cakes specifically langka, macapuno and mais.
I’ll definitely try them once I could visit their shop again. I searched in Google and found out that Don Benito’s actually has a couple of branches nearby, please see below:
- Gov. Cuenco Avenue, Cebu City
- Osmena St., Lapu-Lapu City
- ML Quezon National Highway, Lapu-Lapu
- ML Quezon Avenue, Mandaue City
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