My wife & I were craving for BIZU cakes last night.
So this afternoon, after our lunch at Le Ching Tea House in Shoppesville,
Tina, Gabby & I went to Bizu Patisserie in Promenade, Greenhills.
We simply love how baked goodies are prepared & presented in Bizu.
It was such a feast to the senses!
I envy those chefs who prepare such delectable works of art.
By mere looking at those sweet treats made me realized more that perhaps
I can be a chef too one day, as my son also dreams of becoming one.
But for now, we’re happy being food enthusiasts.
These are the sweet pleasures from BIZU…
Then another glass stores these macaroons with flavors such as
Caramel, Raspberry, Blueberry, Mango, Lemon, Rose, Coffee,
Vanilla, Chocolate, Pistachio, Cherry Chocolate, Orange & Mint.
Bizu calls it MACARONS DE PARIS !
Gabby found it hard to choose on those colorful flavored macaroons…
Our plates had…
MANGO CHIBOUST for me…
Luscious fresh mangoes crown Bizu’s most famous French-style cheesecake.
I like it so much. Lovely, isn’t it?
I enjoyed looking at it first &
took me few minutes before taking the first bite from this intricate decadent pleasure.
Those slices of mangoes were perfectly chilled before it was shaped into rose petals.
PhP 185/ per personal serving (+ 10% service charge)
also available in larger/whole servings : Midi : PhP 810 / Grande: PhP 1515
BABYLON was the cheesecake Tina enjoyed…
Light raspberry mousse between layers of infused almond sponge with a crème brulee surprise.
PhP 150/ per personal serving (+ 10% service charge)
also available in larger/whole servings : Midi : PhP 545 / Grande: PhP 1330
MACAROONS for our 4-year-old son Gabby….
He chose Blueberry, Pistachio, Chocolate & Butterscotch.
He didn’t finish it all, so I ate 2 of them, lol.
Per piece PhP 35 (+ 10% service charge)
Box of 8 PhP 265
Box of 14 PhP 455
Box of 28 PhP 895
Burp, burp !
Was that heavenly sweet or what?
Sourced from http://www.bizupatisserie.com & I quote :
“BIZU was coined from the French word “Bisous”. Translated in English, the word means kiss. “Beso-beso”, the Filipino term for kissing, is one of the most endearing and enduring qualities of Filipinos. We kiss one another to show gratitude, happiness, excitement, love and affection. A kiss inspires. And this inspiration begets energy. This energy, in turn, begets creativity. BIZU was born out of this inspiration. From this inspiration came the unique selection of cakes and pastries that were truly made to inspire.”
BIZU PATISSERIE AND BISTRO
The Promenade, Greenhills Shopping Center
Tel. No.: (63-2) 724-2498 • 726-2496
G/L Greenbelt 2, Ayala Center, Makati City
Tel. Nos.: (63-2) 757-BIZU • 757-4749
BIZU PATISSERIE AND CAFÉ
3/L Glorietta 4, Ayala Center, Makati City
Tel. Nos.: (63-2) 757-2086
G/L Corte Delas Palmas, Alabang Towncenter, Muntinlupa City
Tel. No.: (63-2) 809-BIZU • 772-1917 • 772-1918