Having thoroughly enjoyed my first visit, I had to bring Irene and Lauren there also. Lauren ordered the nutella and praline dutchkins and really loved it though also.
Irene decided to order the original which had only butter and powdered sugar. She was surprised with the fluffiness of the dutchkin. She at first thought it was some thing like your ordinary pancakes. It was fun looking at her reaction when she popped it into her mouth and seeing the look of surprise. She also had a taste of Lauren’s order and found that she liked that one better.
I decided not to order dutchkins this time, since I had spied something on the menu I wanted to try, Kroket. The dutch kroket from other versions since its made entirely out of meat, in Van Marley’s version it’s beef pork and chicken. The meat is slow cooked and dutch spices are added before encasing them in batter and breadcrumbs then frying them. The kroket had a rich surprisingly deep flavor where you can taste the wonderful spices in the meat.
10-A Xavierville Avenue,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
2pm – 11pm
Closed on Mondays
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