If you want something special for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, holidays and other celebrations, Conti’s Bakeshop & Restaurant is the place to go which offers baked products, sweets, cookies and pastries.
I’m not a regular costumer of Conti’s and sweet desserts but because of the hype of Mango Bravo over the internet, it makes me wonder what makes it better compared to other bakeshops?
So first, I went to their Fairview Terraces branch and tried their pies ( salmon, ham and tuna pie). I would say that they taste good, and they reminded me of the ‘empanadas’ my lost grandmother used to make— not too salty but tasty. I don’t know if you will agree if I would say it’s a perfect match with coffee.
After checking what’s on the menu, I can say it continues to grow because of their unique menu. The selections are wide, this is not your ordinary bakeshop because of Filipino and homemade breads, pies, cookies, dips, pastries, sweets and cakes with a twist.
Conti’s is not Conti’s without the popular and the hype of Mango Bravo which cost ₱730 for the mini size and ₱1310 for the regular one.
I noticed that there’s a new establishment on SM Fairview Annex Lower Ground Floor, and that was Conti’s Take Out Nook, So in time to that, I bought one regular size last week for a birthday celebration in our office; the staff are accommodating, they allow cash and card payment, and you can even choose for the color of candle to be included on the cake (pink or blue).
While handing the cake to you, they will remind you to keep it frozen and that the Mango Bravo cake is good for 2 hours of travel time. I didn’t take much photos because I’m in a hurry at that moment but I will make sure to take some more when I pass by again.
SM Fairview Annex Lower Ground Floor
Monday-Thursday; Sunday | 10 AM to 9 PM
Friday-Saturday | 10 AM to 10 PM