Japanese, Pastries, Sweets

Kumori

It’s very rare for me to visit SM North EDSA since it’s quite far from my home. But since I met up with two close friends, I decided to check out one of their new cafes.

Kumori

Kumori means “cloudy” or “shadow” in English. I’m not sure why the owner chose this name because it’s definitely a bright and sunny feeling when you’re eating their breads.

They have a variety of breads and flavours to choose from: sweet, chocolatey, custardy, savory and most of the ones we’ve tried are so good. The yummiest and their best seller is Hanjuku cheesecake. 48 PHP for a piece and 240 PHP for a box of 5. They also have chocolate flavor but I really prefer the original one.

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We also bought: Parmesan Cheese Bun, Sausage Pizza, Salmon Bonito and Pan-O Chocolate. Their drinks are also tasty. Too bad I wasn’t able to check out their milkshakes. Perhaps that’ll be my reason to come back (well aside from Hanjuku.)

Their breads are a bit pricey so if you’re planning to check them out, bring at least 500 PHP.

 

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Hanjuku Cheesecake 10/10
Parmesan Cheese Bun 8/10
Sausage Pizza 9/10
Salmon Bonito 7/10
Pan-O Chocolate 9/10
Cafe Mocha 9/10
Lemon Green Tea 10/10

 

 

Kumori Japanese Bakery is located at the Ground floor of The Block, SM City North EDSA, Quezon City.

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