Café Adriatico Premiere
Indulge in the lavishly thick beverage at Café Adriatico, a nostalgic neighborhood hangout that gave birth to Manila's café society when it opened in then-bohemian Malate nearly 30 years ago. Here, the tsokolate and tsokolate-eh (an almost pudding-like version) is served in a pitcher with a batirol, a traditional wooden whisk used for frothing. If you have a serious sweet tooth, sample the café's puto (steamed rice cakes) or ensaimada, a buttery sweet bread served with a slice of aged Edam cheese.
Tel: +63 2 738 8220