Le Delicieux Patisserie & Café

1763-G Paz M. Guanzon St., Paco, Manila, Metro Manila

Le Delicieux Patisserie & Café
3.8
4.0 Stars

6 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 6 Reviews
  • 34 Recommend
  • 6 Reviewers
Category:
Dessert
Business Hours
Open: 8:30a - 8:30p
Phone
+6325619601

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 8:30a - 8:30p
  • Monday
    • 8:30a - 8:30p
  • Tuesday
    • 8:30a - 8:30p
  • Wednesday
    • 8:30a - 8:30p
  • Thursday
    • 8:30a - 8:30p
  • Friday
    • 8:30a - 8:30p
  • Saturday
    • 8:30a - 8:30p

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Wi-Fi:
None
Parking:
Street
Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
No
Delivery:
No
Take Out:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
Yes
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Dessert
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

Dell C.
4.0 Stars

Cuddle weather! We transferred office from Tondo to Otis and found this patisserie near our office. Read reviews about their chicken pie so I thought of giving it a try. (With Smiss miss hot chocolate perfect for the weather) 128513

Their chicken pie is actually yummy. The dough is sweet and the sides are thick and crunchy but not empanada crunchy but more like a polvoron crunchy ano daw?! It is full dough so when you take a bite parang polvoron na may bits of flour that you can taste. Generous chicken filling contrary to other reviews and really paired well with my hot chocolate.

Will definitely be back to try their other pastries.

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Marjorie G.
3.0 Stars

Pasty is the kind of food that indulges the senses; it gives off heavenly aroma, tastes divine, and is pleasing even to the eyes. Which is probably the reason it’s called food for the Gods. Given my love for this kind of food, I could not help but wonder how in the world did one pastry shop escape my attention when it’s just a stone throw away from where I used to work. I am talking about Le Delicieux (The delicious one) Pattiserie and Café, a pastry shop slash café along Paco, Manila.

It looked to me as though the shop had been recently renovated. The lights were bright, the walls were painted white, and the tables and chairs looked fairly new. There’s a big wooden shelve on the left side where you can find different kinds of pastries and bread like hopia, loaves, mamon, brownies, muffins, pies, among others. Each product was properly named and given price tags.

When my friend and I found a table, two waitresses immediately attended to our needs. I liked that they moved quickly and that they were very accommodating but I think taking our orders is a task that can be perfectly done with one waitress. On that part, I think they were a little exaggerating considering the fact that I came with just one person.

While waiting for our order I took the liberty to take some photos so that I’d have something to show you here my dear readers. I’d already taken several shots of the food on display when one of the attendants approached me and told me that it’s forbidden to take pictures. I looked at her like she was speaking in another language….I mean what the F? They prohibit picture taking? Why?! I know that picture taking is not allowed in many museums, but in a pastry shop? Really?

I just had to know why so I asked but the woman couldn’t fish for a reason. She just shrugged and said, “Basta bawal po.” Wow, so much for enlightenment eh? I’m sure this will be a major letdown to other bloggers who may also want to make a review of the place.

Now on to the food. A friend swore to me that the Chicken Pie (Php 38) was good so I ordered some. My verdict? I could hardly taste the filling because the dough was so thick.

The Café Latte (Php 75) and the Cappuccino (Php 75) were both a disappointment; the former was tepid while the latter was too bitter.

The Mango Cream Cake (Php 75) was okay, not too sweet.

The bestseller among the mini cakes according to the staff is the Sacher (Php 75). It’s passable just like the mango cream cake but it tastes more buttery than chocolatey. Halfway through eating it, I’ve grown tired of the taste and couldn’t get myself to finish the whole thing.

I indulged myself to a small cup of Lechen Flan (Php 28) which happens to be one of my weaknesses. It was thick, not overly sweet, and a bit gelatinous. It’s probably the only food in there that I appreciated.

The Baked Ziti was alright, the pasta was al dente but I found the sauce too sour for comfort.

I bought Ham and Corn (Php 33) just to try something from the bread on the wooden shelve. Unfortunately, as the rest of the food, there was nothing special about it.

The shop looked promising; it offers lots of bread and pastries, the store itself was clean and nice, and it has enough staff to accommodate people. If I would be honest though, there was nothing worth raving about the food. But then again, there were other food to choose from, maybe I just missed ordering the best tasting ones.
Who knows.

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Rorie G.
4.0 Stars

This is a nice and simple place to have snacks. Their cream puffs, pastas, and shakes are good. Affordable food 9786

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Ellison Aaron B.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Megaoffice S.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Audible I.
4.0 Stars

They have the best chicken pie in town. Breads and pastries are very good also.

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