Desserts, etc. at Allegro Restaurant and Bar

After our sumptuous seafood dinner at The Cove, we checked out some desserts at the Allegro Restaurant and Bar which coincidentally is hosting the themed dinner "Fisherman's Village", so we were also able to watch the Tahitian dancers.

We wanted to order some booze but since our baby is with us, we decided to just grab some sweets. We ordered three kinds of desserts: A fruit-infused creme brulee, a chocolate cake and another chocolate piece with ice cream.

Passion Fruit Coconut Creme Brulee is not like your ordinary creme brulee (or burnt creme, almost similar to leche flan). This one is served on a coconut shell and infused with passion fruit. The berry-like taste of passion fruit perfectly balances the creamy texture of the creme brulee. Love the plating, too!

Passion Fruit Coconut Creme Brulee, Php 150

Allegro's version of the classic Moist Chocolate Cake is heaven on a plate. It's a combination of chocolate, coffee and dulce de leche.  And when the label says it's moist, it means it.

Moist Chocolate Cake, Php 150
My followers know for sure that I love choco lava cakes ala mode, so when I saw the Sunken Chocolate with Coffee Ice Cream, I know for a fact that this is going to be my favorite of the three. And I was not wrong. Though the sunken chocolate cake was not as chewy as Purple Oven's, the coffee ice cream made the difference. Plus, it is topped with pecans!

Sunken Chocolate with Coffee Ice Cream, Php 150
I would also like to share a glimpse of Allegro's posh Filipiniana-inspired bar. 


I also checked out the buffet spread and saw these yummy Baked Oysters. I was so tempted to grab some! This will go perfectly with a glass of wine.

Baked Oysters

They also have Crispy Pork Belly. 
Crispy Pork Belly
And some pica-pica like Ebi Tempura and Fish Fingers with a variety of dips.
Fish Fingers and Ebi Tempura
What a perfect way to end the night!

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