2/F Glorietta 3, North Drive, Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila

3.5 Stars

7 Reviewers

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Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 9:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱150 - ₱1,300

Most Recent Reviews

Jellybeans i.
5.0 Stars

With the holidays almost upon us, it is definitely the time for sharing the gifts of the season to our loved ones: good cheer, warm wishes and, of course, sweetness.

And since we’re talking about sweetness, if you find yourself at a Sugarhouse store, you’re at the right place.

Sugarhouse has been around since the 80s, opening a small cake store at Anza Street in Makati. Today, Sugarhouse has four full dine-in outlets serving full meals along with cakes and pastries; two semi-dine-in stores serving serving selected menu items along with baked goodies, and a kiosk dedicated to cakes and pastries.

Sugarhouse recently launched its 2018 Christmas Catalog, giving us a bounty of options to spread sweetness during the holidays. During a Blogger Event hosted by Sugarhouse Marketing Consultant Jeffrey De Real Rusios at the Sugarhouse outlet in Glorietta, I checked out the goodies included in the catalog together with fellow bloggers and got some ideas for spreading smiles and satisfied tummies this Christmas:

Bring a light and fluffy Taisan (Php180 whole loaf), a hearty Banana Loaf (Php180/midi loaf; Php400/big loaf), or a zesty Orange Raisin Loaf (Php210/midi loaf; Php500/big loaf) to share during family gatherings and celebrations.

Contribute a box of Food for the Gods (Php240/box of 4 bars; Php480/box of 8 bars) to the office potluck and help chase away the office blues of your workmates.

Chillaxin’ at home over the holiday break? Why not enjoy a cup of of your favorite espresso brew paired with sweet-salty Quezo de Bola Ensaimada (Php68/pc) with your special someone?

The Noche Buena feast may be alredy quite filling but there should always be room for dessert! Cap it with a decadently creamy Leche Flan (Php130) or a piece of the perennial Christmas favorite: Fruitcake (Php450/loaf).

And when the kiddies knock on your door on Christmas morning, treat them to some Polvoron (Php180/box of 6; Php350/box of 12) or Salted Caramel Chocolate Popcorn (Php90/pack; Php215/jar).

These sweet treats are sure to be a hit among those who are near-and-dear to you this Christmas. Do check them out at your nearest Sugarhouse outlet!

This Sugarhouse branch is located at 3rd Floor, Glorietta 2, Ayala Center, Makati City. For inquiries, call +63 2 2457180 or +63 923 2717732. In fact, if you want to customize a holiday gift pack, just ask Store Head Liza Oafericua to help you put together a winning combo of goodies.

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AlwaysHungryPh P.
3.0 Stars

On the second trip of a Zomato Citibank food crawl, we got ton of desserts from cake haven, Sugarhouse. With an increasing competition, they remain ever present with their classic creations.

My favorite here since I was young is their Concorde. Its a unique masterpiece of uneven meringue in stick look with hints of chocolate in very light chiffon vanilla cake.

Another hit for me is their Apple Pie with cheese. The big chunks of apple are ever present with a thin layer of dough. Not to sweet and made better with salty kick from cheese. Add more cheese.

Don’t leave without getting their Triple X either. Now its called that for three layers of chocolate goodness. It has chocolate mousse, chocolate ganache and cream cheese filling. Namesake fits for its boldness in flavor.

There are obviously more offerings but the three I mentioned are enough to give them another overdue visit.

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Ayen P.
4.0 Stars

Blueberry Cheesecake!!! 127874127874127874

Another cake for my birthday that was given to me. They know me so well! Hihi 100841008410084128522

This cheesecake was moist and not too sweet! 9786️ but I don't like the crust because it breaks easily. 128556

But all in all, it was delish!!! 128139128525

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2.0 Stars

In fairness to them, the pumpkin and garlic soup wasn't bad. It was pretty awesome. The iced coffee (which I tried in 2 variants because I was there for a meeting) was meh. Plus the cake my manager bought looked old. He didn't liked it that much too. And he's easy to please with food pa naman128517

What I didn't particularly like is the fact that the entrance was too open. You could hear all the noise outside. And I easily get distracted when people pass by (especially if they're good looking... Relax). So the place isn't conducive for intimate meetings or dates. Plus wouldn't go back there just for their food. Hmmp

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Schenley B.
3.0 Stars

It was okay.

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Schenley B.
4.0 Stars

This place is underrated. Lots of good meals with good price points. Service is okay, too.

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Carla M.
4.0 Stars

Sweet tooth (and diabetes) alert!!127853

Didn't know they sell these candies there. This is my favorite part whenever I order Red Ribbon's Choco Mocha Crunch or Becky Kitchen's Swiss Choco Cake. 128523

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Olive Y.
3.0 Stars

Midnight Cake.

Nothing but a chocolatey moist cake filled with dark chocolate icing.

Before tasting it, I had a brownie ala mode so I was really full then. I just had to taste it to see if it was good.

I found it too sweet. True enough, it was really dark chocolate since the flavor of the icing had a bitter aftertaste. If it was good, I could have gotten myself a slice of it but it wasn't so.

I know, tho, that dark chocolate lovers would like this somehow. This is the second cake I've tasted from Sugarhouse, the first being their Almond Sansrival which, again, did not delight my palate.

I have to try their Cashew Toffee and Marjolaine first before submitting a conclusion :)

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