71 P. Burgos St., Tarlac City, Tarlac

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Ena S.
5.0 Stars

If I were a guy who will give a cake for their love ones, I would rather buy the best cake in Tarlac City! :)

Seeeeee! The picture is now melting because of that cake. Hahaha! Indeed. :))

Banat: kahit nasaan ka man, pupuntahan kita! Makita ko lang ang matamis mong mga ngiti. 128522128522 okay, now I'm being corny! Yeah! Whatever! :)))

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Clarissa P.
4.0 Stars

When in Tarlac City and you're looking for some local Ensaymada, go to Urdu.

Urdu is more like Mom & Tina's. It's not as grand in decorations and the store is kinda old despite the renovations but it offers pastries, cakes, cupcakes, pies and hearty meals. It's the local down graded version.

We tried their Ensaymada box - about a dozen of small ensaymadas, plain and ube flavored. They were soft, smothered with margarine and some sugar, finished off with lotsa cheese! The ube flavored ones had just the right swirl of the jam in them. Not too sweet.

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Clarissa P.
5.0 Stars

When in Tarlac City, you don't get to have access to the best cakes in the country. No Polly's, Ceilins, Conti's, Slice, Sweet Bella, etc. A couple of local bake shops are present with Goldilocks & Red Ribbon but our family's favorite is Urdu's.

Urdu is a bakeshop and a restaurant. They make yummylicious cakes, pastries and savory pies. They're known for the quality of their products. My favorite here is their chocolate cake! It was the one thing I was hoping hubby would remember to get me for my birthday. And guess what? He did!

Old fashioned chocolate cake that's moist and not too sweet. It's made up of two layers with their signature yema like filling in between. It's then frosted with rich chocolate ganache. It's simple but yet, delicious! It's more like the one you'll get from Starbucks, only better!

So if you get the chance to pass by Tarlac City on your way North, do look for Urdu and sample their cake. Lalaban to sa Polly's! Ahahha!


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