We went inside Slice, a new cafe located beside Jamba Juice.
Since they are on soft opening, the selection was limited to sandwiches, salads and pastries. Only one table was occupied at that time and we were seated right away.
The cafe was painted in a white and beige palette which was quite easy on the eyes.
Chairs were upholstered in white and an attractive shade of green. For me, the best part was the high ceiling which showcased the modern Filipino pendant lights made of steel and capiz.
We chose to sit at the corner with two striped wing chairs.
The muffins and coffee arrived in no time at all. The coffee was presented in a small butcher block with complimentary mini oatmeal cookies. The cookies were delicious! If you like crunchy oatmeal cookies with a touch of chocolate then this is the one for you.
The brown platter was a complimentary sampler from Slice. It consists of plain brownies, walnut brownies and dates & nuts. I particularly like the dates & nuts slices.
The muffins did not disappoint.
The Choco Yema Muffin tasted really good. The combination of chocolate and yema which is the local version of caramel could definitely cure anyone's sweet fix.
*Choco Yema Muffin (Php 60.00)*
I especially loved the Cirtrus Burst Muffin. They used a generous amount of orange juice and orange zest in making the muffin that you could taste it in every bite. Definitely not for those who dislike the tanginess of oranges.
*Citrus Burst Muffin (PhP 70.00)*
Overall, the muffins were good. We even bought some to take home. They will be serving more dishes in the coming weeks and we definitely look forward to tasting them.
Slice High Street
Bonifacio High Street