Meet Manila's First Eco-Friendly Bake House
Feast on all things sweet and savory, with less guilt.
Wouldn't it be nice if we can enjoy good food but at the same time not worry about the single-use plastic we're leaving behind? Thankfully, Shangri-La at the Fort's new dining destination, Bake House, has all three: freshly-baked pastries, a good cup of joe, and an eco-conscious heart.
Bake House's philosophy is grounded in reducing food waste and their carbon footprint-which is why they have a Conscious Cookie on their menu. The Conscious Cookie is born out of various cookie trims and ingredients that did not make the measuring cup. The less food waste, the better!
They offer a wide selection of sugary and savory pastries that are all-natural and trans-fat free. For those who have a sweet tooth, Bake House has a Nutella Me Something, a homemade croissant made of lactic butter, drizzled with hazelnut Nutella.
You can pair your pastry with Bake House's beverage line-up, like the Hey, Brew!, a homemade Kombucha that's available in three flavors. Bake House also has a curated coffee collection in partnership with Toby's Estate, specialty teas and cold-pressed juices, and native tsokolate.
You can make your coffee runs as early as 6 a.m. or as late as 9 p.m. You can also dine in and bask in the beautiful interiors of Bake House. It's a space conducive for working and catching up.
Bake House is located at the ground floor of Shangri-La at the Fort, 30th Street, corner 5th Avenue, Taguig City.