LIST: Where To Order Caramel Cakes For When The Craving Hits

Nothing beats a classic like this cake.

Who can resist the addicting sweetness of caramel? Sure, you can eat it on its own or add it to a drink to make it sweeter, but there’s nothing that satisfies a caramel craving more than a slice of classic caramel cake. 

If you’re suddenly feeling a hankering for good caramel cake or if you need it to for a celebration, we’ve listed down different places where you can order caramel cakes—from classics to more extravagant ones.

Where to order caramel cake in Metro Manila:

Salted Caramel Drip Cake from Bizu Patisserie & Bistro
Photo by Facebook/Bizu Patisserie & Bistro

Bizu Patisserie & Bistro: Salted Caramel Cake

This cake is made with layers of genoise sponge cake and chocolate moist cake with a salted caramel filling. It’s topped with caramel bonbons, salted caramel macarons, and crunchy chocolate pearls.

Bizu Patisserie & Bistro’s Salted Caramel Cake (P2,400) is available to order via their website.

Buttery & Co: Caramel Cake

This is made with layers of fluffy, cloud-like chiffon topped with a layer of caramel. This 8-inch cake has a beautiful flowery design made out of colorful frosting that surrounds the edges of the cake.


Buttery & Co’s Caramel Cake (P1,200/8-inch round and P1,800/8-inch rectangle) is available to order via their website.

Conti’s Bakeshop & Restaurant: Salted Caramel Cake

Besides their famous Mango Bravo, you should definitely consider other delicious cakes like the Salted Caramel Cake! This is made with layers of vanilla sponge cake with layers of salted caramel, crisps, and butterscotch brownies with dulce custard, and finished with a sprinkle of ground cookies.

Conti’s Bakeshop & Restaurant’s Salted Caramel Cake (P895) is available to order via their website.

Costa Brava: Caramel Cake

When it comes to classic caramel cakes, Costa Brava is one of the pioneer cake purveyors that comes to mind. What people most love about Costa Brava’s caramel cake is the delicate and spongy chiffon and the decadent caramel icing that has just the right amount of sweetness.

Contact Costa Brava at (0917)701-1370 to place an order for Costa Brava’s Caramel Cake.

Caramel Cake from Estrel's Caramel Cakes
Photo by Facebook/Estrel’s Caramel Cakes

Estrel’s Caramel Cakes: Caramel Cake

Estel’s take on the classic dessert also has light layers of sponge cake with layers of caramel in between and surrounding the cake. Similar to Costa Brava and Buttery & Co., Estrel’s caramel cake also has an intricate buttercream design.


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Estrel’s Caramel Cakes come in different shapes and sizes, and you have the option to add a filling to it or not. The price for the round cakes ranges from P700 to P1,150, while the rectangular cake range from P1,000 to P6,700, the fancy-shaped cakes are priced from P850 to P1,450.

Contact Estrel’s at 8372-2965, 8371-7938, and 8376-7317.

Goldilocks: Luscious Caramel Cake

Goldilocks’ caramel cake has soft mocha and vanilla cake with layers of caramel and vanilla butter filling in between. It’s covered with a marbled caramel icing and made even more irresistible to caramel fans because of the added caramel sauce.

Goldilock’s Luscious Caramel Cake (P516/ 9-inch round and P727/ 8×12-inch rectangular) is available to order via their website.

Hearts and Bells: Caramel Cake 

Hearts and Bells also has a classic take on caramel cakes which include layers of chiffon, caramel icing, and flower-shaped buttercream frosting. But if you want to try something different—more refreshing if you will, they also have a caramel cake that’s topped with strawberries, blueberries, and grapes.

Hearts and Bells Caramel Cake (P850 to P1,800/with buttercream frosting and P2,200/topped with strawberries, blueberries, and grapes) is available for delivery.

Contact Hearts and Bells at 824-2059, 8938-4046, or (0917) 537-9388.

Mary Grace Café: Caramel Vanilla Cake

This cake is made with layers of chiffon alternating with layers of homemade caramel. Its sides and the top are frosted with a vanilla bean frosting, then it’s topped with a sprinkle of caramelized flakes to give it texture.

Mary Grace Cafe’s Caramel Vanilla Cake (P208/slice) is available for delivery via GrabFood.

Caramel Cake from Max's Corner Bakery
Max’s Corner Bakery’s Caramel Cake
Photo by courtesy of Max’s Group

Max’s Restaurant: Caramel Cake

Max’s Restaurant’s cake is made with soft, cloud-like vanilla chiffon, filled with luscious buttercream, and covered with caramel custard icing. If you’re looking for affordable caramel cake options, this is the most budget-friendly option we have on this list!

Max’s Restaurant’s Caramel Cake (P379/5-inch diameter cake) is available to order via their website.

Pasteleria Manila: Caramel Cake

Pasteleria Manila’s caramel cakes come in different sizes, different shapes, and can opt for different toppings! They have it in round-shaped, heart-shaped, and in cake tray options. You can have it plain but you have the option to personalize it by adding a message on top, Ferrero Rocher, or strawberries.

Pasteleria Manila’s Caramel Cake (P590 to P2,430) is available to order via their website.

Mom and Tina’s Bakery Cafe: Caramel Butter Cake

The bakery’s caramel cake is made with buttery layers of cake (hence it’s name) and it’s frosted with a silky caramel icing. The caramel they use is darker (almost yema-like) than what you’d normally expect from caramel cakes. 

Contact Mom and Tina’s Bakery Cafe’s Caramel Butter Cake (P745/6-inch cake) by calling the nearest branch: Pasig: (0999) 885 0092  or 8571-1541, Makati: (0999) 885-9252 and 8894-3598, and Quezon City: (0999) 885-9254 and 8832-3579.

Yema Cake from Red Ribbon
Photo by Red Ribbon Bakeshop

Red Ribbon: Yema Cake

The bakeshop’s version of the caramel cake is made with fluffy chiffon layers, coated in melt-in-your-mouth yema caramel icing, and made extra special with toasted cashew nuts for an added crunch.

You can order Red Ribbon’s Yema Cake (P700/regular size, P490/junior size) via GrabFood, Foodpanda, LalaFood, Facebook Messenger, or call the Red Ribbon hotline: #87777.



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