Tsoko Nut Batirol

2/F SM City Makati, East Drive, Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila

Tsoko Nut Batirol
4.2
4.0 Stars

15 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 5
  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 16 Reviews
  • 4 Recommend
  • 15 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 9:00p

Hours

  • 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 - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱65 - ₱140

Most Recent Reviews

Kirstie Mel V.
4.0 Stars

I asked for the bestseller among their pasta and they said it is their Malunggay Pesto Pasta. Of course it was. Very tasty and there are shrimps, which made the meal even better. I did not go for hot choco so they suggested their Tsoko Loco. It made me want to go live in Alfonso, Cavite because of their cocoa. I'll be back, definitely. I'll try their other pasta meals and their hot choco.

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Khaila C.
5.0 Stars

This frozen Mango and Choco Cream cake is just so right! 128513
The sweetness of the choco perfectly balanced when combined with frozen mango. 127819
I just love every slice of it and yay! the price is only P105 128525 Perfect for budget foodtripper like me 128514128513

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Rosey D.
4.0 Stars

I was craving for tsokolate even in a hot afternoon, told my friend that she could have her late lunch here too...128516 (begged and pleaded so off we went)

My friend ordered the chicken roll while I had the combo d (tsokolate with sans rival). The taste of tsokolate reminded me of my lola who made good tsokolate (tablea). Talkin' about childhood memories.
The yema sans rival was really good. Chewy and not too sweet. Wasn't able to share it with my friend haha while she was busy eating the chicken roll which I reckon she enjoyed much.

Will try their pasta soon. 128522

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Triggerhappyfoodie C.
3.0 Stars

I needed a place to hang out as I waited for hubby to pick me up. I was sleepy so I was bent on getting some coffee. Preferably cold due to the scorching heat. I checked my apps and trooped on down to the other end of SM Makati.

My only cold coffee options were Iced Cappuccino or Mocha Latte Shake. I went with the latter since it was one of their bestsellers. I wasn't too impressed with the presentation. I took a sip and it was pure liquid. I was expecting a thick creamy drink or at least some semblance of an iced drink/shake. As I consumed the drink, that's when i felt the bits of ice. I tasted coffee and chocolate but would have preferred a richer bolder flavor.

Their desserts and cakes looked appetizing. I was eyeing the Tsokonut Tablea Cake but backed away when I saw how huge the slice was. I just might go back for that someday.

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Cheska G.
5.0 Stars

Why didn't I try this place earlier?! 128518

Hubby and I often see Tsoko Nut whenever we are in SM Makati but never tried it.

Anyway, we ordered their rice meal with laing and the yema sansrival... And loved it both! Their tsoko loco is soooo good too, hubby even said it reminded him of Christmas at home (his mom always make choco drink from tablea every Christmas eve)

They serve good Filipino food and the best part is - their price is very affordable.

We will definitely go back here to try their other dishes, breads and cakes 128525 i heard their ensaymadas are good too.

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Cat R.
4.0 Stars

I am not a fan of Native delicacies but I do have few favorites and one of them is Suman sa Mangga.

Suman tends to be a little tasteless that is why it is best eaten with sugar, brown sugar, or with Native Hot Chocolate or tsokolate. I never thought that eating it with mangoes would make it even better.

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Maan B.
4.0 Stars

Native tsokolate perfect for cold weather. But si ate cashier medyo mataray :(

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Abby C.
5.0 Stars

I found the perfect mug of tablea that made me forget the need for human warmth in this kind of weather. Haha.:)

Surprisingly, the hot chocolate drink blended well with their best seller yema sansrival and tablea cake.

We also tried the coffee something cake and their version of mango bravo which is also one of their best seller. It was okey but not the type of "ooooh.. i'll order it again next time" item on the menu.

Place is not so cozy, a bit dim (poor lighting means poor picture yow) and the staffs are not so friendly, we asked the lady behind the cashier to take a picture of us, hesitantly, she did while mumbling "marami pa akong ginagawa".

Well, what the heck, they have the best hot chocolate in the metro by far, so, for an instant warm, fuzzy feeling, try their tsokolate ah batirol.128513128077

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Jennifer L.
5.0 Stars

Mix two yummy sweet things together and what do get? The absolutely yummy yema sans rival. The cake slice was surprisingly quite big so I asked them to cut it in half and just serve half and keep the other half for me to bring home. They happily accommodated the rrquest. I had it with barako coffee which was the perfect counterpoint to the cake. At Php 145, the combination was easy on the pocket.

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Marti M.
5.0 Stars

Spending time with my dad always seems, and always will be a throwback Thursday. After a simple lunch to celebrate Kandyce' 2nd birthday while my mom was on a holiday trip, we went here at Tsoko.Nut for merienda. I do think this is the best place for coffee and chocolate right inside SM Makati. And so it was.

My dad ordered nothing but their tsokolate ah batirol and so did my sister. Espie and myself got the same drinks but we also got their barako frosted coffee cake to match. Kandyce? Well, she was fast asleep the whole time we were at Tsoko-Nut.

My dad grew up in Lemery, Batangas - a place that's as near to the sea as it is to lake (the famous Taal Lake). During our merienda, my dad told stories of how our Lola would prepare chocolate drinks from a big caserola for my lolo and his driver-buddies. My lolo was a driver of the BTCo (BLTBCo), the big red buses plying Southern Luzon in the 70's-80's. My dad mentioned how our Lola would use the batirol to mash and mix cocoa and pour them in the caserola to boil. Tasting Tsoko.Nut's tsokolate ah batirol (at only P90, btw) my dad recalled the exact same taste of how our Lola prepared the chocolate drink. While sipping hot chocolate, he recalled how the chocolate would smell when freshly cooked: the smell of smoke from the store's kitchen reminded him all that.

I would imagine how perfect breakfast would be with the tsokolate ah batirol sipped with pandesal but since it was merienda, the barako frosted cake was a better choice. At only P95, this cake's a steal. It's size and taste is definitely bigger than how much it costs.

The trip to Tsoko.Nut was definitely a trip to memory lane for my dad, and we got to experience tsokolate the same way he has experienced it the way our Lola used to make it.

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Zia M.
3.0 Stars

I had me-time dinner here last night after going to Power Mac Service Center.

No warm greetings 128078

I was a first timer and I really don't know if I should place an order or what. I was seated for about 5-10 mins and I saw a sign, "place you order here", 128563128514 Seems like I was waiting for nothing at all.

Already fixated on ordering their beef tapa but then, guess what I saw, yes, Creamy Pesto in Malunggay with shrimps. 128525 I Also had their Cappuccino to relax my tired body. 128542

Taste is okay, the Malunggay compliments the pesto well; they offer generous serving too. Then I saw the overflowing bubbles, I mean, foam in my cappuccino.128563128517 Taste is pretty much okay, nothing extraordinary. 128513

Upside:
Big serving
Affordable rates

Downside:
Open area, you could hear the noise from everywhere
Staff not welcoming

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Justine May P.
4.0 Stars

Tsoko Nut Batirol is a refuge in the always busy SM Makati.

Their menu boasts of Pinoy and/or Pinoy-infused dishes such as Spaghetti Aligue and Barako-Frosted Coffee Cake. Their Tsokolate Ah Batirol is rich and always a joy to have. Also commendable is their sugar-free option.

Must-try: Bibingka, Mangga sa Suman, Tsokolate Ah Batirol, Barako-Frosted Coffee Cake.

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Dianne C.
4.0 Stars

Fasting friday so no sweets,carbs and definitely no meats for me (my sacrifice128516). For lunch we tried tsoko nut, I ordered this rellenong bangus and my boyfriend got chicken roll and bibingka. We loved the relleno/relyeno, chicken roll was okay din daw but the bibingka was a down128556

Their pasta selection looked and smelled good so, next time 128516 they also have some desserts which I also wasn't able to try haha.

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Me-ann P.
4.0 Stars

Tsoko Nut Batirol is my go-to resto in SM Makati. Their chicken embutido, spaghetti aligue and creamy pesto malunggay are my favorites.

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Lara M.
4.0 Stars

Barako Frosted Coffee Cake partnered with their famous Tsokolate Ah batirol! Two thumbs up 128077128077

But they still lack in chairs though. 128078 A staff get the chair of my father in our table without permission while he's ordering in the counter. Bakit ganon koya. 128563

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Lara M.
5.0 Stars

Hooray for this Native Tsokolate and Coffee Shop!

Their Tsokolate Ah Batirol is a really must try when you go there! For only 78php you'll have a regular one and 89php if you go for large! 128522

Tried also their specials with rice, Chicken Roll. At first you would think this is just an ordinary chicken roll but it's not! The gravy made the taste extra special.128076I would love to eat this all day. Haha.

This get 5 stars but I hope they would add more chairs in their place. Tables are enough but the chairs are not.9996

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