Vanilla Cupcake Bakery is practically a life-size dollhouse. When I saw the shop at Glorietta
I just had to go in and take a million pictures.
But nothing could have prepared me for the cuteness overload inside the Fort Bonifacio branch.
I am so happy GMA News TV chose to do our short interview here.
A different kind of chandelier
The chairs!!! No two are the same!
The swinging bench and "May your dreams be as sweet as you are" lights
Even the air-conditioning unit is in theme
Here's another one!
The purple birdhouse - WANT!
Frames on the pink and white walls
Even the toilet was picture-worthy
Naturally, I had to do a selfie! :P
I didn't want to eat because I just had my makeup done. Lol! But after 5 minutes I finally gave in
and ordered food. It was, after all, embarrassing to hear my stomach growl on national TV.
(How adorable are these Cath Kidson utensils???)
Of course I had to choose the messiest dish to eat - noodles! I love Spanish sardines and will
always order anything that has the fish. Vanilla Cupcake Bakery's Spanish Sardines Pasta had
olives, tomato, and salted egg. I suggest a sprinkling of chili flakes.
To save my lipstick which was all gone anyway, I drank my Cafe Mocha
(yum!) with a straw. Lipsticks and I, we have a hate-hate relationship.
And then they arrived, set up, and asked a few questions.
The best part came after the short interview and after they took a quick video of me taking pictures of the cupcakes.
And then EATING TIME!!!
Vanilla Milkshake - like eating melted vanilla ice cream with a straw!
Chocolate Cream Pie
Malted Milk Chocolate. My favorite of the bunch.
Thank you, Serafin and Karen, for making this fun! :)
On my way home I had this crazy idea of decorating my room like Vanilla Cupcake Bakery.
After all, I am already 30% there. LOL! :P
Click here to watch the short feature. :)
Vanilla Cupcake Bakery: Two Parkade, 30th Street corner 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Tel: