Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory

2/F Greenbelt 5, Legazpi St., Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila

Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory
4.1
4.0 Stars

14 Reviewers

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  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
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  • 14 Reviews
  • 74 Recommend
  • 14 Reviewers
Category:
Dessert
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p

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
    • 11:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Adnad S.
5.0 Stars

One of my daughter’s favorite ice cream! She loves chocolate flavor. As for us parents, we like the Cow Cow Twist (milk & cheese) more. 128522

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Arvee L.
5.0 Stars

Love the second time around for this cowcow ice! 🤗128525
It was actually love at first bite for their biscuit.
I was able to try it in Japan wherein it’s cheaper and I have enjoyed the unli free tastes in their airport stores.
I liked that it’s not so sweet nor too salty.
Wala syang umay factor,in fact I think mas sumarap nga sya nung natunaw. lols. Next time, I’d like to try their add ons esp the cheesecake and the crepe rolls.

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Bella J.
5.0 Stars

For the longest time, my boyfriend and I have been planning to eat the cheese soft serve from Tokyo Milk Cheese together. Most of the time, though, it's already closed once we finish eating dinner 128517

Yesterday, we finally got our timing right by eating dinner early. Haha. We both ordered the cheese soft serve (Php 150 per cup) but I got mine with an additional slice of cheesecake (Php 100).

Pretty steep, yes, but I swear this is the best cheese-flavored soft serve I've had so far (heard Baka has ice cream now too and that might contest haha). I add the cheesecake just for textural contrast and a bit more cheese flavor but really, the cheese soft serve's yummy on its own!

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Millet R.
4.0 Stars
2

Super like128077yummy128076128512

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Christina R.
5.0 Stars

I really love these. I was lucky enough to eat a whole lot of these just scattered on my Lola's table one time, before a branch was open in the country. I was not familiar with Tokyo Milk Cheese and just started eating them, opening one wrapper at a time, and totally loving each bite. I guess I can say I ate these without any bias, with no knowledge as to how expensive these actually were. Price can sometimes change your mind about how good or terrible the food can be.

If you're unsure what to get, you can get a sample from the ladies in front (or behind) of the counter. I like the Gorgonzola the most, followed by the porcini. They only sell them one flavor per box of 10 or 20, no assorted flavors in a box. And it costs the same per piece whether you get the 10 or 20.

Cake was still sold out. Never seen it available, no matter what branch I pass by. This one I'd really like to try sometime.

Got boxes of all flavors to send to my dad and my brother overseas. They're now currently munching on them.

This review commemorates the first photo taken from my new phone, which I purchased on demand to replace my stolen phone 3 hours prior. Damn you thieves!! So many photos gone bec I did not back up my | photos, and took to long to make reviews. Oh well.

Anyway, nothing like a good cookie to make you feel a little better.

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Camille S.
4.0 Stars

I’ve been wanting to try their cakes but whenever I pass by their kiosk, it’s always sold out and there’s always a long line. During the time we passed by, there was no line so I got in and ordered a box of Salt and Camembert cookies. One box (ten pieces) is really expensive at 580 pesos but we ALMOST forgot about this after tasting it. I like the balance and taste of the salt and cheese and how the cookie adds texture to every bite. The only thing I didn’t like about it was that the cookie tends to break after you tear up the wrapper.

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Elise C.
3.0 Stars
2

Was lucky enough to be gifted with a box of their salt & camembert flavored biscuits. I will keep this short because I am not really that familiar with this newly opened shop.

I've read somewhere that it tastes like lengua de gato na pinasosyal, and all I can say is.....may point yung nagsabi.

It's good, it's yummy, but for the price point, I don't think I would specifically go to greenbelt to buy. I would not see myself craving for this anytime in the future. I mean, 580 for 10 pieces?

It's just a one time thing. The salt and camembert thing going on is good.

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Reich T.
3.0 Stars
2

Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory is another brand from the Land of the Rising Sun and another option for cheese enthusiasts.

Just like any other foodie, i was eager to try dem cheesy treat. My curiosity is entangled with hesitation due to the hefty price tag. I had an inkling that it is gonna be pricey and i was right.

Truth be told i don't have any plans of buying some as i am contented with the free samples i got when we visited couple of months back. I bought some for Grams while were killing time at Greenbelt. No chance to take photos, what i will post are the ones from the display cases.

Salt and Camberbert (Php 580, box of 10). Grams said that it tasted like the ones i brought from Baguio (lengua de gato). She was on her third cookie when she asked how much is it, i said Php 504 (this is with her SC discount applied).

"Ang mahal naman.!"

I said it is imported.

"Kahit na, mahal pa din!
"Wag ka na uli bibili, okay na yung local, pareho naman ang lasa."

I guess that sums up my review of Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory. It is delicious alright but the price tag is not suitable for the working class Juan Dela Cruz. A box or two once in a while is considered as an indulgence. In a way, i sort of agree with Grams, i think we are better of supporting local brands.

Peace Out!

Reich and Aling Crising

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Paolo S.
3.0 Stars
4

Tried the Salt & Camembert and the Honey & Gorgonzola. They were delicious! Did i taste the cheesy flavors? Yes. Addicting? Not really. Not much of a "wow" factor here for me considering the hype and the price. I was hoping to see unicorns and rainbows upon first bite with these prices, but alas, i got stuck with the reality that i was just enjoying very good cheese crackers.

I wouldn't line up for these bad boys, but i'd gladly eat them with a big smile if given some. Haha!

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Ig Plummer S.
4.0 Stars
3

P580 for a box of 10 of salt & camembert. This was a splurge.

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Annechile S.
4.0 Stars
3

I have been curious about it so since we were in the area yesterday got a box of the Salt & Camembert cookies (580php) for a box of 10.

It's yummy, but I find it a little expensive. 128522

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Eboy D.
4.0 Stars
4

Last Friday afternoon, I was casually strolling in Mega Fashion Hall when by surprise was greeted by Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory. I thought they were opening sometime next month or early 2017 but to my delight and unfortunately, with no extra cash on hand had to turn away from making my purchase. The following day, in Greenbelt I was able to score a box of Salt & Camembert Cookies with the help of my Dad who was more than happy to buy. He quickly gave his senior card and the original price of 580pesos came out only 504.50pesos. A whopping 75pesos discount. Quite pricey for 580pesos for 10 small square pieces though. I love how everyone's making a buzz about this brand. I finally opened one and it is actually good. I like how the thin cheese glided through my mouth and the thin biscuit literally just melted away. No wonder they say it is addicting. One box simply is not enough. If i buy one again, this is one of those not for everyday snacking but for special moments to cherish. Hope to try the cheesecake next time. Recommended.

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EJ B.
5.0 Stars
3

It was the last hour of the mall when I went to Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory to try the much awaited milk cheese cookies. The store is not that big. The size is normal food stall in the middle of the walkway of the mall. I easily recognized the place due to people were curious about the newly opened Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory. Sadly, almost everything were sold out even the cheesecakes were sold out. Only the Honey & Gorgonzola Cookies were available and took advantage of getting a box of it. For Php620.00 I got a box of Honey & Gorgonzola Milk Cheese Cookies (10 freshly packed cookies inside the box).

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"It taste really good and addicting. You will ask for more once you've tasted the cookie. The only thing I've noticed that it's a little bit pricey. The cheapest starts at Php580.00 per box."

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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars
3

Another Japanese cheesecake franchise have opened its popup store last friday in Greenbelt and SM Megamall. Tokyo Milk Cheese is famous for its cookies and cheesecake. When I passed by Greenbelt5 the line wasn't too long so I take the opportunity try it out.

I just bought the box of 10 salt and camembert cookies. The taste itself was similar to Baguio Lengua de gato with cheese hehe. I love it but the box of 10 was at 580PHP. 58PHP per piece 128561. This maybe the type of great to try but something I need to control myself from craving. 128522

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