Velvet Ganache Boulangerie and Patisserie

Velvet GanacheI admit I had a hard time pronouncing its name when I first encountered it and even googled every word (except “Velvet”).  Yes, store names are big deal to me. Haha! Upon learning the meaning, I realized they’re in French language that made me curious about the café itself.

Velvet Ganache Boulangerie and Patisserie is a French-style café nestled inside Greenfields Square. It just started operating months ago but has already left impressive remarks from the visitors.Velvet GanacheVelvet Ganache - Fhabs MallariVelvet GanacheAside from the dainty interior filled with classy wall décor and chandeliers on its high ceiling, Velvet Ganache has also a picturesque patio good for dining and seating (and photo op!).Velvet GanacheVelvet GanacheVelvet GanacheNext, Fhabs and I paid attention to the menu and since this was our first time, we wanted to try the best-sellers. Shout out to the accommodating staff for being so attentive and polite. Plus, for being such a reliable source for best-seller queries! Haha!Velvet GanacheSTEAK QUESADILLA (P199).Velvet GanacheJACKIE CHAN (P199).Velvet GanacheTruly, the staff didn’t disappoint in recommending the must-try dishes. I don’t know about you but I find Jackie Chan and Steak Quesadilla a perfect match. They’re both delicious and blend into each other! Aaaah I’m craving right now. We haven’t tried the sweets so this will be part of the agenda on next visit. Velvet Ganache Boulangerie and Patisserie may be difficult to remember by name but the beautiful architecture, impeccable food, service and ambiance make it surely hard to forget.

*All prices are inclusive of VAT. A service charge of 6% will be added to the bill.

3 Comments

  1. Joy Generoso
    October 12, 2016

    French inspired restaurant with a Chinese and Mexican food names on the menu… interesting! Don’t get me wrong because the food looks appetizing but it sounds funny lang. Made me curious to see what else is on the menu. 😉

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    1. Jansell
      October 13, 2016

      Indeed! Can’t wait to try the other dishes. 🙂 Thanks Joy!

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