The Blue Kitchen

LG/F Power Plant Mall, Amorsolo Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati, Metro Manila

The Blue Kitchen
3.9
4.0 Stars

16 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 9
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 23 Reviews
  • 41 Recommend
  • 16 Reviewers
Category:
Snack
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6328980931

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱125 - ₱695

Most Recent Reviews

Sandy V.
5.0 Stars

10084️ so yummy! 10084

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Christina R.
5.0 Stars

Addicting Salted Egg Potato Chips!!!! 5127775 for the flavor! Grabe, that's why everyone's raving about the many versions of these.

The flavor, spot on! I just wish it had bigger chips, they're too small! At about 250/pack, mahal. But bibili pa din ako kasi ang saraaaap! Now I want to try all the other brands to find the best one. Can't wait to get them tomorrow Kristin A128516

We came in today to assemble a pasalubong pack of bottled fish and pastries to bring to family overseas. They wrapped our items in their mesh bag. They told me 6 of their bottled goods are about 3K in weight. This is our go-to place for Filipino stuff when we don't have the time to pass by the weekend markets.

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Edwin I.
4.0 Stars

Blue Kitchen's Ube Roll certainly makes for a perfect Ube flavored cookie. These purple cylindrical pastries are not quite like barquillos in texture but have a nice crunchy cookie-like texture--similar to those imported wafer rolls. Each piece has a thin layer of Ube cream center which pretty much added that yummy Ube flavor.

These crunchy treats, are perfect eaten alone or make excellent cookie pairing with ice cream128077

The only downside, a small bag of these Ube treats are on the expensive side costing Php 130.

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

I'm loving Blue Kitchen's Toasted Carabao Milk Pastillas. Unlike the usual Pastillas de Leche, these toasted sweets are chewy creamy Yema-like nuggets coated in thin toasty caramely syrup with light grainy sugar bits. Not as sweet as the traditional Pastillas . And quite addicting indeed. A bit on the expensive side (250 each pack) but worth the sugary indulgence.

Blue Kitchen once again brings surprising foodie finds that make my tastebuds happy.

BK's Toasted Carabao Milk Pastillas comes highly recommended to sweet-tooth foodies who enjoy milky native confections. Makes excellent pasalubong too to Pinoys abroad and to foreign friends!

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Mae A.
4.0 Stars

Got these to go! These Homemade Sweetened Longganisa were indeed sweet. Good for bfast, brunch or lunch 128523

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Monique A.
4.0 Stars

Got 25 bottles of this proudly Philippine made fruit wine in an elegant black bottle & liable ...with creative nice packaging

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Mae A.
5.0 Stars

You know what this is called...Red & Purple Bread 128521

But yeah, this is fondly called in another name that doesn't appetizing or right. This bread though is so right. Very soft and oozing with filling goodness 128523

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Gayla b.
4.0 Stars

Almond Sansri Bars! 128513 I find the name catchy! So cute! anway---I got this Artistic Classy Aunt (though she's really the gamgam's cousin making her also my granny, but she's too young so we just call her Ta B, --anyway (again! 128513) She always surprises me with her Food/Dessert Choices. Like for this babies, It came from her. So sweet and chewy but on the first try I find nothig special about it, so I gave it another try for everybody deserves a second chance right? After finishing my second, I found myself wanting some more.. So in conclusion, the Ta B gave me another sweet addiction problem. ugh. 128532

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

I'm loving the Key Lime Pie from Blue Kitchen. Their Key Lime Pie is considered as one of the best of this pastry type in the Metro. This tarty pastry heaven is the one and the same Key Lime Pie that I've tried and loved from Mamou. After all, Blue Kitchen is run by the same people behind Mamou.

I'm loving the thick and buttery graham cracker crust. Crumbly and nicely balanced with notes of sugar and salt. The lime cream-curd, creamy, lightly tarty, with flavors bordering on a tangy cheesecake. Even consumed straight from the freezer, the lime curd remained creamy and deliciously renders with the sinful crust and the thick whipped cream topping. Quite addicting indeed.

The catch, Blue Kitchen only sells this as a whole piece (roughly 9 inches diameter). Not that it was a problem, because I can easily consume 1/4 of the pie in just one seating128513.

Highly recommended to sweet-tooth foodies who enjoy tarty sweet endings.

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Edwin I.
4.0 Stars

Baked KitKat Pudding (Yup, KitKat that needs to be popped into an oven-toaster before eating).

Again, Blue Kitchen never seizes to amaze me with their unique offerings. Just spotted these Japanese KitKat bakes at their Rockwell branch.

All it takes is some 2 minutes in the oven to achieve a lightly brown crust. I liked the vanilla flavored crispy wafers coated with a pudding that somewhat tastes faintly like white chocolate. Personally though, I still prefer the good 'ole chocolate KitKat bars (or the Chunky KitKat even).

Not bad at Php 345 for a bag of 13 pieces of them KitKat baked minis.

Recommended to foodies who love KitKat bars and are curious about 'em KitKat bakes. Have a break, have a KitKat!

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Chrisalyn T.
4.0 Stars

Who wants to have a taste of this cookie? Yes! You read that right. The picture above is definitely a cookie. It may look deformed, ugly, thin or even weird compared to a normal looking cookie. But haven't we all heard of the saying, "don't judge a book by it's cover"? Well, it also applies to this one too. Don't judge the taste of this cookie by it's appearance.

This BELGIAN CHOCOLATE LACE COOKIE is actually one of my favorites, i had one of these cookies from cebu. They look exactly the same even if they were bought from 2 different shops. Here in blue kitchen, their cookie does taste sweeter compared to DON MERTO's. But you wanna know why i like their cookies? I just like how it has that chewiness, slightly sweet and dark chocolatey taste to it. I suggest for all the cookie lovers out there to actually try their cookies, you might actually like it and would definitely be coming back for more. :)

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Prauline L.
4.0 Stars

Homemade goodness! Love the garlic tuyo :)

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Christina R.
5.0 Stars

128680128149128680YEMA CAKE ALERT!!!! 128680128149128680 They just introduced this today. They said they're only selling a limited number as they're trying it out pa lang.

Super fluffy cake with thick creamy yema sauce. Topped with cheese. Kala mo weird pero super bagay.

I think about 200 only for this box. If you don't want to buy (dont worry we wont judge you haha) ask for the free taste128523

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

And then comes the Flat Tops Butter. Even the ubiquitous Flat Top Chocolate Pinoy candy has been made into a spread and joined the "cookie butter" craze.

Flat Top chocolate candies were pretty much popular to a Pinoy generation years ago. It was a time when Cadbury, Violet Crumble, KitKat, Lindor, Toblerone, etc were all luxurious sweet indulgences (Remember the term PX?) and not easily available locally to everyone. Flat Tops were equivalent to a generation where it was a simple joy to indulge on those Chocnuts, Goya Choco Bars, Choco-Mallows, Curly Tops, etc.---genuine Pinoy made yummy chocolate confectionaries.

Blue Kitchen's Flat Tops Butter remains loyal to the Flat Tops flavor. Chocolatey, nicely sweet, creamy, nicely balanced with that subtle hint of salt. Personally , I liked eating the sweet spread by the spoonfull straight from the bottle. Yum!

Php 250 for a bottle (approx 250 oz).

So which is better? Blue Kitchen's Flat Tops Butter or their Choc-nut Butter? Being a Choc-nut addict, the Choc-nut Butter still wins. But, I would gladly indulge in this ingenious Flat Tops Butter anytime too.

Highly recommended to foodies who enjoy Pinoy Chocolate Confectionaries.

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

Sweet tooth indulgence from Blue Kitchen's Chocnut Butter. A sweeter, "peannuty", creamy sweet spread indulgence with that salty-choco-sweet-peanut kick that indeed is closest one could get to a chocnut spread with actual bits of crunchy crushed chocnut.

After being "sawa" with Cookie Butter, this is now my new addiction. Perfect eaten by the spoonful or on vanilla ice cream.

Perfect for the taste buds, terrible for the waist line. Much cheaper than cookie butter. A small bottle (approx 200ml)costs 240.

Highly recommended to chocnut fans!

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Clarissa P.
3.0 Stars

Got a couple of their Lengua de Gato (original flavor) and Uraro for giveaways last Christmas season for my impromptu meet ups. Most of the items here were expensive for the quantity but they were good. The Lengua de Gato pieces were thin and had that melt in your mouth quality. They don't scrimp on the good ingredients.

They sell a good variety of delis and they even offer imported spreads, KitKat and Nutella to Go!

Only thing that I really didn't like was that they charged 25php extra for paper bag. I think the bags should come free with the goodies. 128527

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Anna A.
3.0 Stars

For cookie butter eaters, go to the blue kitchen!

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Michele S.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Dennise P.
4.0 Stars

Must try: Carabao's milk pastillas, Custaroons, Belgian chocolate lace cookies and their very yummy chili garlic!

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Charlene N.
2.0 Stars

Soo, this bottle of cookie butter causing such stormy madness in the market has just been modestly sitting in my refrigerator for months, barely touched. I have waited and tried it occasionally to see what my final opinion is before writing a review.

I know I should love this, but I really don't 128557128557128557. What is the matter with me?!

People say this creamy-and-crunchy spread is highly addictive, reminiscent of munched gingerbread cookies, they rave that they swirl it into their toasts, muffins, ice creams or just sinfully eat it straight from the jar and get their daily dose of sweetness from it, but I do not understand why..

I honestly found it a tad bit sweet, but I liked the subtle hint of spices and its creamy texture. But aside from that, I found it overrated. My wandering curiosity led me to disappointment.. Maybe I'll just stick to my my good ol' PB! Sorry cookie butter fans! 128547128546

P.S. What do you think? Should I give it one last try?

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