Bacolod Foodtrip Day 4: Calea

I know, I know. Calea is not someplace new but I just have to include it (for the benefit of those who have not been to Bacolod and have never tasted this slice of heaven yet) because every trip to Bacolod deserves a stopover in Calea. 
Calea used to be a small pastry and coffee shop beside L’ Sea. Because of its popularity, it branched out initially in Robinson’s Bacolod (not sure if it is still there) and now, in its own haven at Balay Quince fronting L’ Fisher Hotel. 

There has never been a trip home that I missed a coffee session in Calea. Likewise, I have never experienced a session in Calea when the place was empty or there were no customers. It is just buzzing with people, every single time! 
They have an awesome selection of really good cakes. The most famous ones are the blueberry cheesecake and the chocolate cake.

And speaking of blueberry cheesecake (PHP85), I just had to…

… together with my second cup of coffee for the day (PHP65)– 
(Side note: I liked the variety of coffee in 365 Modern Cafe more. I also liked how the coffee was presented in Museum Cafe.)

Husband ordered a Mocha Frost (PHP95) and a Double Pastrami Sandwich (PHP150) —

This is a larrrgee, filling, tasty sandwich! It could use more meat though. (so the husband says).

All in all, Calea ALWAYS never disappoints. So whenever you set foot, don’t forget to get that sugar fix from the best cake shop in the city. 

Happy eating!

Corporate Junkie

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