La Brazorria de Lasevil

LG/F Ayala Malls The 30th, Meralco Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig, Metro Manila

La Brazorria de Lasevil
4.5 Stars

9 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 9 Reviews
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Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p


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Most Recent Reviews

Abe C.
3.0 Stars

Salted Egg Brazo de Mercedes! I got to try this earlier at a friend's house. P750 a big roll. Pricey, but it was of a good quality.

Admittedly I just found this OK. Expectations were quite high, but the salted egg just negated the sweetness that I expect of the core of the brazo de mercedes.

I'd rate this a decent but not wow.


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Norman Lester T.
4.0 Stars

I must admit that I’m very much drawn in the salted egg craze. Come on, one of the best hypes ever.

After our lunch at Nikuya, our dessert was from La Brazorria de Lasevil. We didn’t transfer to have this dessert tho, as the staff of Nikuya were kind enough to cut the roll for us and even served in their plates. Cool stuff!

Salted Egg Brazo de Mercedes – wow. The salted egg custard was heavenly. The salted egg taste was evident. It’s sweet and salty at the same time. The rich and creamy custard filling was balanced by the light and fluffy meringue. But since I’m not really a fan of Brazo de Mercedes or anything airy and mammon-like fluffy cakes in general, I only ate the salted egg custard filling and left the outer layer of the roll. Don’t get me wrong, it’s really good!!!

I even recommended it to my friend who also loves salted egg and cake. She just found the name of the store weird. Now I can’t unread it. LOL. What does “de Lasevil” mean? I think the La Brazorria must be related to brazo in Brazo de Mercedes. Lasevil must be from the surname of the owner or chef. Not so sure tho. LOL 128514

P.S. The whole roll costs 750php. Thanks EJ B for buying! 128539

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Midz S.
4.0 Stars

It's Chinese New Year. We're at Estancia, and no, we're not going to have tikoy for dessert! 128514

Brazo de Mercedes just got even more exciting as La Brazorria de lasevil joins the salted egg craze with its very own sated egg Brazo de mercedes.

One long roll costs P750, and is good for 8-10 people. The outer "crust" looks and tastes the same as the usual brazo de mercedes. The core is where the surprise lies because it's salted egg. It might sound weird, since it's something unusual for a dessert, but it actually worked for me. The salted egg was able to complement the blandness of the egg whites in the cake's crust. The texture of the core was a bit tongue numbing, so a slice of the cake was more than enough for me.

Thanks for sharing the goodness of the salted egg brazo de mercedes with us EJ B 128522

  • No. of Comments: 5
5.0 Stars

Yes! We had dessert which I bought at The 30th Mall (new Ayala Mall located nearby Estancia Mall). After our sumptuous lunch at Nikuya. The accommodating staff of Nikuya, cut the Salted Egg Brazo de Mercedes into 8 which I bought at La Brazorria de Lasevil.

Salted Egg Brazo de Mercedes for Php750.00 - 1108811088110881108811088 5/5
"I like the saltiness of the salted egg mixed with the custard. The egg white cake was so fluffy and not that sweet. I think I can eat the whole bunch of it. LOL 128514"

You can visit La Brazorria de Lasevil at the Ground Floor of The 30th.

#ilovetoeatph 12851510084

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Dennis O.
5.0 Stars

Not much of a fan of Brazo de Mercedes cakes which I find too sweet but La Brazorria de Lasevil change that for me. EJ B. bought this Brazo De Luna for dessert in our meetup. A salted egg version of the classic Brazo de Mercedes. The salted egg custard was so good that after a few seconds I was able to finish my slice. Hahaha. Highly recommended and for just 750PHP that is already good for 8pax it was worth it!128523128523128523

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Kristin A.
5.0 Stars

Thank you to EJ B for picking up this indulgence for our group dessert! At Php 750 for a whole roll, it can be considered pricey on its own but just right for a salted egg dessert.

Salted egg food lovers will appreciate how the taste is so pronounced. I think it's a great balance between the saltiness of the egg and the sublime sticky sweetness of the custard. Don't overdo it though if you don't want to get sick of the taste - one eighth of the roll is quite enough hahaha.

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Jayson J.
5.0 Stars

I never really liked brazo de mercedes because mainly it is too sweet and cloying. Braso would probably the last resort of dessert if there's no other choice-- or ill. Skip dessert instead. That's why I'm still hesitant to try the the ubecado braso.

But the K's monthly eatup got this dessert. I was surprised to see it's braso. Thanks to early bird (pero ndi tlga. Haha) EJ B for buying this-- and hearing Edwin I (you da man!) review about this braso, just opened the door for this braso.

128204128525 brazo de luna @700PhP whole
Salted egg filling! 🤤 how many salted egg yolks did they put in here?! My golly, ang sarap! It's not sweet kasi salted egg nga unlike the ordinary custard fillings. The white part is not that loose which i like, it's going to give you that cloud like texture and a little sweetness with that mushy salted egg filling.

I'd buy this for special occasions, honestly. I hope they have more stalls-- open a store even better!
For you Christina R 128536

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Christina R.
5.0 Stars

Loved it!!!!

A wonderful write up from Edwin I got me salivating for this. Thanks to EJ B's 128067 for food, he made a pit stop here before our CNY gtg, and we were able to try this.

The white, outer layer was soft and fluffy. But the stellar component here has got to be the layer of salted egg. It had the right balance of sweet and savory for me, sweet enough to still call it a dessert. The whole cake had a generous amount of custard (?), a good ratio for me for the 2 layers. It was thick and you can really taste the salted egg. Pack it in a jar and I can eat this straight from the container.

I guess it was sooo good, I was surprised it was wiped out from everyone's plates quickly, except for me that took awhile because I just had to savor every small bite I took.

Super yummy for 750 for a whole roll. Almost equally divided into 8, the roll was long enough that each of us had a decent portion.

For me, it's best eaten slightly chilled.

Must try!

  • No. of Comments: 10
Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

Who would have thought infusing Salted Eggs into Brazo de Mercedes would be so decadently good? I'm loving the Brazo de Luna (Salted Egg flavored Brazo de Mercedes). This pastry is an addicting twist to the traditional Brazo. It is a perfect choice for foodies who love salted egg infused pastries.

La Brazorria de Lasevil is one of the new food spots at the newly opened shopping and foodie haven - Ayala Malls The 30th in Pasig City .

They offer 3 variants of Brazos: The Brazo de Remedios (their take on the traditional Brazo), the Brazo de Luna, and the Brazo de Oscar (sugar-free Brazo).

Aside from the unique flavor of the Brazo de Luna, the texture of the pastry certainly sets it apart from other Brazo de Mercedes pastries in the market. The meringue is nicely firm yet densley smooth. The custard, which has a darker hue of yellow-orange, is addictingly buttery, with perfect sweetness levels, nice thick velvety texture, and holds the lovely mix of salty-sweet kick of the salted duck egg and egg custard. Ever since they have opened last Thursday, this unique flavor has been a daily sell-out. (Price: Php 450/half Php 750/whole roll)

The Brazo de Remedios is concocted from the owner's handed down family recipe. This original flavor has been my family's favorite way before this new store opened. We'd order this and pick it up from their kitchen in New Manila. Unlike other commercially available traditional Brazos (usually failing in taste/texture either from overly airy meringue , or over-sweetness, or from the lack of a perfect yolk-custard), the Brazo de Remedios holds the chef's signature meringue perfection and the deliciously addicting buttery sweet yolk custard. To my mind, this is easily one of the best traditional Brazos available in the market. Quite a perfect choice for sweet tooth foodies who love this kind of pastry. (Price: Php 450/half Php 750/whole roll)

The Brazo de Oscar is the ultimate choice for foodies who love Brazo but are careful of their sugar intake simply because it is sugar free. Perhaps a bit lighter in texture, yet the flavors of the traditional Brazo can still be enjoyed. (Price: Php 500/half Php 1000/whole roll).

For customers who are undecided on what flavor to choose, La Brazorria offers bite size samplings of their three Brazo flavors.

La Brazorria de LaSevil is a new venture of Forget Me Not Specialty Cakes, a private bakery-kitchen studio of Pastry Chef Pixie Rodrigo Sevilla. Her Dulce de Leche Cheesecake has consistently been acclaimed as one of Manila's best desserts by renowned food writers/critics.

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