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To Paper Moon and Back

The best people that share my love of food is my family. Every now and then, on a weekend or holiday, we go out to explore new finds in the Metro. This time around, we went to the dessert cafe Paper Moon. Located in the new SM Mall of Asia wing near IMAX, it has the perfect spot because it is surrounded by other restaurants. So, you know where to get desserts afterwards.

With fambam in Paper Moon SM Mall of Asia
The place looked nice and quaint, in hues of purple and white. The moment you enter, the first thing you'll notice is the display full of crepe cakes. Ooooh… yummy overload!

Paper Moon's cake display is so yummy!

My cousin chose a slice of Matcha Mille Crepe because she likes all things Matcha. I know some of you like it, too (uhm.. not me though, haha!). The waitress also mentioned that it is one of their bestsellers, along with Ube and Original flavors.

Matcha Mille Crepe (PhP 225)
My sweet tooth always let me choose chocolate. So it was Chocolate Mille Crepe for me! Yay!

Chocolate Mille Crepe (PhP 225)

The cakes were awesome. It stood out in its simplicity, both in look and taste. There were layers and layers of thin flavored cream between soft crepes. For Matcha Mille Crepe, you could taste the subtle green tea in the cream. For the Chocolate Mille Crepe, the sweet cocoa flavor is balanced. Eating it was addicting because it was not cloying.

Matcha and Chocolate Mille Crepes on the table

The top view is just as gorgeous

If elegance has a taste, it would be these gorgeous cakes! I admit it’s a bit pricey, but it's a luxury that's definitely worth your buck. Paper Moon was a blissful experience for me and my family. Definitely going back next time to try Ube or Quezo Real or Strawberry… ah, we'll try them all.



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