November 06, 2018

Kumori Japanese Bakery & Cafe at Festival Mall

Kumori has been in the Philippines for around three years already and I’ve been seeing this in social media for quite some time now. I did not see this bakery when we went to Japan so hindi ko rin natry. Upon checking Kumori branches in the Philippines, wala na naman malapit sa amin. Waah! Few months ago, I saw Kumori in Festival Mall, under construction pa nga lang.  

Last weekend, we were in Festival Mall and I’ve read the tarpaulin “Kumori is now Baking” so I told my husband that I will go there after my check-up. I forgot about it, good thing my husband reminded me nung palabas na kami sa mall so kahit malayo lakad, off we went to Kumori. It is near Decathlon. Finally, I was able to try their products. 



The Kumori branch is small but this is better because they have table and chairs unlike other branches parang kiosk lang yata. Since this was my first time, I ordered their signature products such as Signature Hanjuku Cheese P49/pc, Signature Cheese Tart P60/pc, and Japanese Cheese Loaf P160. The price is not cheap considering of the size so I was hoping that it is worth it. I’ve read that majority of their ingredients are imported from Japan, cheeses are from New Zealand and France so maybe that is the reason why. 



When we went home, we tried first the Signature Cheese Tart. It has combination of texture, soft cheese filling and flaky and sweet crust. It is like eating mini cheesecake, my son doesn’t like this so my husband and I were very happy to eat everything. 



The following day, I served the Japanese Cheese Loaf, I liked this bread because it is soft and it has big chunk of cheese on each slice so you can eat this kahit walang palaman. They don’t use any preservatives so you need to consume everything within few days. But it is not a problem to us, masarap kasi so mabilis maubos. lol 



And lastly, we tried the Signature Hanjuku Cheesecake. I’ve tried Japanese Cheesecake before so I thought they are just the same but I was wrong. The Hanjuku Cheesecake is so small, malaki pa calling card. Hehehe! Each slice is carefully wrapped, this cheesecake is half-baked and made with premium cheese. It is soft, light and velvety. Every bite melts in your mouth. This time, my son likes it so nabitin kami at may kashare na kami. Hehehe!



Kumo means cloud or cloudy in Japanese. Kumori lives up to its name because their products is like a bite into clouds. Everything that we ate is soft, light and fluffy. So I was happy that even it is expensive, it gives delight to our taste buds. 





For Senior Citizen and PWD, there is maximum limit of P200 for the discount. We know that discount is for personal consumption lang, but nabababaan ako kasi kulang pa nga sa akin yung 6 pcs. lol Care to share your favorites so I can try it next time. 

Kumori Philippines Branches 

LG/F SM Makati (SM Supermarket) 
LG/F Landmark Makati (Food Center) 
G/F SM North EDSA (The Block) 
G/F U.P. Town Center (Phase 2) 
G/F Ayala Malls Cloverleaf (Main Mall) 
G/F SM Mall of Asia 
G/F Robinsons Place Manila (Adriatico Wing) 
2/F Robinsons Galleria (Lower Veranda) 
2/F Festival Mall

2 comments:

  1. Uy pag nagawi kayo sa MOA try nyo yung Bake! Pinaka masarap na cheese tart for me.

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    1. Ang dami pa cheese tart na kelangan tikman.:) Thanks!

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