Contis Cake sells some of the tastiest cakes you can buy in the Philippines. They also have a range of delicious food on their menu including beef, chicken, pork, seafood, and more.contis
Here is the latest Contis menu with prices in the Philippines:
|Baked New Zealand Mussles||₱195.00|
|Crispy Drunken Soft-Shell Crab||₱295.00|
|Gambas Y Chapinion Al Ajillo||₱195.00|
|Dips & Spread||₱175.00|
|Soup of the Day||₱85.00|
|Kare-Kare with Shrimp Paste||₱495.00|
|Roasted Beef in Mushroom Sauce||₱395.00|
|Usda Beef Salpicao||₱470.00|
|Usda Rib Eye Steak||₱355.00|
|Usda Roasted Beef Belly||₱425.00|
|Chicken Ala Kiev||₱365.00|
|American Grilled Ribs||₱395.00|
|Maple-Glazed Baby Back Ribs||₱425.00|
|Conti's Baked Salmon||₱425.00|
|Fish & Chips||₱325.00|
|Herb-Crusted Fillet of Fish||₱285.00|
|Parmesan Fish Fillet with Parsley Sauce||₱285.00|
|Sinigang Na Salmon Head Sa Miso||₱305.00|
|Angel Hair Puttanesca||₱215.00|
|Cheesy Baked Macaroni||₱205.00|
|Chicken Mac and Cheese||₱270.00|
|Italian Supreme Pasta||₱260.00|
|Linguine in Pesto Sauce||₱345.00|
|New Zealand Mussels & Mushroom Pasta||₱250.00|
|Pasta Con Gambas||₱275.00|
Sandwiches & Snacks
|Chicken Salad Sandwich||₱195.00|
|Gourmet Chicken Sandwich||₱230.00|
|Hearty Club Sandwich||₱320.00|
|Roast Beef Supreme||₱255.00|
|Shrimp Supreme Sandwich||₱235.00|
|Fresh Lumpiang Ubod||₱115.00|
All Day Breakfast
|Spinach & Mushroom||₱185.00|
|Classic Skinless Longganisa||₱220.00|
|Kimchi Rice with Beef Tapa Strips||₱260.00|
|Salmon Belly in Olive Oil||₱260.00|
|Apple Potato Salad||₱165.00|
|Chicken Garden Salad||₱155.00|
|Chicken Potato Salad||₱165.00|
|Mango Royale Salad||₱155.00|
|Pineapple Macaroni Salad||₱150.00|
|Russian Potato Salad||₱160.00|
|Almond Choco Sans Rival Cake||₱155.00|
|Banana Dream Cake||₱135.00|
|Mango Bravo Cake||₱215.00|
|Sans Rival Cake||₱155.00|
|Mango Tart Cake||₱145.00|
|Turtle Pie Cake||₱150.00|
|Cookies & Cream Cheesecake||₱135.00|
|Black Velvet Cake||₱155.00|
|Chocolate Mousse Cake||₱135.00|
|Choco Overload Cake||₱165.00|
|Mocha Tiramisu Cake||₱155.00|
|Moist Chocolate Cake||₱135.00|
|Bottomless Iced Tea||₱105.00|
|Soda in Can||₱75.00|
|San Miguel Light||₱95.00|
|San Miguel Pale Pilsen||₱95.00|
|Regular Brewed Coffee||₱75.00|
|Decaf Brewed Coffee||₱95.00|
|Black Gulaman & Sago||₱85.00|
|Green Mango Shake||₱110.00|
|Yellow Mango Shake||₱135.00|
|Mango Banana Yoghurt Shake||₱145.00|
|Strawberry Banana Yoghurt Shake||₱145.00|
There are upwards of 20 cakes on the Contis menu, sweet creations it has deemed fabulous—and customers throughout the years agree!
You’ll find sinfully decadent versions of familiar favorites including chocolate mousse, blueberry cheesecake, strawberry shortcake, and chocolate cake. But creative desserts that delight both the eye and the palate are also on hand: the Peach Walnut Torte, Salted Caramel Cake, and Viennese Mocha Torte, to name a few.
Bring gratitude and sweet thoughts of home to the family table this Mother’s Day, with this fit-for-royalty cake. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/7uCq7sdLO2
— Conti's (@contisph) April 27, 2016
Conti’s jazzes up its roster of cakes from time to time with special offerings that are available for only a limited time. Its Ube Custard, an ube sponge cake made with genuine purple yam and filled with creamy custard between layers, is one example.
Expensive Cakes on Contis Menu
Several of Conti’s signature cakes can set you back upwards of PhP1,000.
The best-selling Mango Bravo, a heavenly concoction of wafers, chocolate mousse, and mango cubes, comes with a price tag of PhP1,445.
The creamy Viennese Mocha Torte on the Contis menu costs PhP1,275 while the ultra-rich Black Velvet Cake can be had for PhP1,175. Mini versions of these cakes are also available, and at much lower prices.
Most of the other cakes and pies range in price from as low as PhP625 (Mango Cheesecake) and PhP795 (Turtle Pie), to as high as PhP995 (Choco Overload Cake) and PhP1,050 (Mango Tart).
Contis Food Menu
Conti’s restaurants offer a variety of dishes that are available from morning until night. They have all-day breakfast and brunch options ranging from continental to Filipino, and there are breakfast combo sets that can feed up to three diners.
Quick bites are plentiful on the Contis menu.
You can indulge in delicious salads such as the Chicken Garden Salad and Russian Potato Salad, choose from filling sandwiches like the Roast Beef Supreme, or sit down for Conti’s version of local favorites such as Fresh Lumpiang Ubod and Pancit Palabok.
Appetizers like the Buffalo Wings and Baked New Zealand Mussels also do a good job when it comes to taming hunger pangs.
Conti’s serves up a variety of beef, chicken, pork, and seafood dishes, most of which come with your choice of rice or mashed potato, and side dishes such as salads and buttered vegetables.
If you’re in the mood for pasta, Conti’s has you covered, with dishes that include lasagna, pasta carbonara, and baked macaroni topped with a mixture of different cheeses.
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About Contis Cake Philippines
Sisters Cecille Maranon, Carole Sumulong, and Angie Martinez launched a small food business they called Conti’s—after their maiden name, Conti—in BF Homes in Parañaque City in 1997. Word of the restaurant’s outstanding food quality, generous servings, and excellent customer service spread, and the business became a huge success.
In 2018, Udenna Corp., headed by Davao-based businessman Dennis Uy, acquired 70 percent of Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant—the remaining 30 percent still belongs to the founding sisters. The chain counts 20 branches in various communities around Metro Manila, and following the acquisition, there are plans to double the number of stores and redesign them to further increase efficiency.
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