Tsoko Nut: Pasta, Pastries and More

Tsoko Nut is our go-to place for brewed coffee and is known for their tsokolate batirol. They now have a permanent nook which looks posh but the AC dining area is quite small. However you can also enjoy al fresco dining when the weather is cooler.

We ordered all 3 pastas that were on promo for the Holy Week. For an affordable P69, it was a good steal! I loved the aligue pasta the most. It was truly flavorful and the aligue paste was generous. The seafood pasta and carbonara tuna were alright.

Marinara Seafood Pasta

Aligue Pasta

Tuna Carbonara Pasta

Their cakes were fine but it lacks the moistness to make it really delectable. I hope they consider tweaking their recipe in the future. There was so much chocolate on their chocolate cake and I loved it. The marbled cheesecake on the other hand lacked the cheesecake flavor. Their yema cake though was good which I tried in the past.

Marbled Cheesecake

Chocolate Cake

Their staff were systematic. Our orders were served at once so wait time will never be a problem.

Tsoko Nut, Cubao
Ground Floor, Telus Building, Araneta Center,
Cubao, Quezon City

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