After a week of craving and feeling intrigued with the world famous cinnamon rolls chain, Cinnabon – we finally got there with Chad. I never had a legit bigger cinnamon roll ever (except the ones I tried on rural bakeshops for P5).
We both got the Minibon and Mango Chilatta for P165/each. While waiting for the food to get served, I had strolled my eyes all over the place and notice how sleek and minimal the interior is. Though it’s small and could only accommodate less than 40 persons, it’s all neat. I love how cute this wall art is too I can’t help but take a photo of it.
Minutes after, we are called to claim our order. And I am very excited to taste this long-time craved comfort food!
The cinnamon roll is delectably soft and chewy. You could really taste the cinnamon on every single bit of the cinnamon roll itself. And the Mango Chilatta? Very much refreshing! I love how it tastes like the casual mango ice candy I’ve always had when I was in elementary; with a touch of deluxe, yeah know?
My craving was fully satisfied! Money and travel (to SM Seaside, a bit of tragic going there you could pay for a cab ’cause you ain’t got no choice) were all worth it! Truly going back there if I got my whole time for ramblings.