Wild Flour Café + Bakery

After our friend’s baby shower last Saturday, my husband and I decided to try the famous Wild Flour Café + Bakery. As I told you before that every time we watched Kris RealiTV which featured new restaurant/café, expect us that we will visit the said place right away. Wild Flour Cafe + Bakery was located on the Ground Floor of Net Lima Building, between 4th Ave corner 26th Street. Landmarks are the Hyundai and One McKinley Place.

Okay, if you noticed napapadalas yung punta namin sa BGC, it’s because there were still a bunch of restaurants in this area that we wanted to try. Although sometimes we got confused with the streets, super laki naman kasi talaga ng Global City but we have been getting the hang of it lately and for sure after ilan visit pa dito makakabisado narin namin yung mga streets. Bwahahaha..

We arrived at the Café past 1 in the afternoon but the place is still packed. OMG! Ganon ba talaga pag na fe-feature sa Kris RealiTV? It has already made a huge buzz. Anyway, Wildflour Cafe + Bakery was quiet small but cozy enough, the name of the restaurant was script on one of the glass walls.

While waiting for our seats Ian went to the counter and check the cronuts displayed, OMG! Parang gusto kong bilhin lahat ng flavors they offer, sad to say you have to line-up even if you’re dine-in to buy Cronuts and the most heart breaking part is that you can only choose two flavors per person.  Meaning, bawal mag hording! Waahh..

I have no time to take photos since we need to leave BGC by 3pm for our photobooth event at Tandang Sora. I liked the ambiance, the place has a very nice interior design and lighting was simple and practical, the tables and chairs are made of hard wood materials. You can choose if you want to dine inside or outside the café. Ian and I were lucky enough not to have waited for so long, but we need to share our table with the other customers. It’s okay, “Share a seat and win a friend!”

We decided to take the low chairs outside the café, di naman ganon kainit kaya ayos lang. The server greeted us with a smile, served us a glass of water in a bottles and hand over the menu. While browsing their menu, parang bigla akong nagutom.. Other than Cronuts, they also offers scrumptious all day breakfast, main courses, salads, desserts, etc. But the café has become known for offering Cronuts, a curious cross between a croissant and donut which originally created by Chef Dominique Ansel at his SoHo bakery in NY City.

Ian ordered for Chocolate and Strawberry Cronuts, but one staff told us that they were serving the croissant donuts at specific times of the day only and naubos na yung mga yun . Oh noh! Hindi pwede yun! But according to them, they will serve again by 3:30pm due to public demand. My husband and I have been waiting for the Cronuts and we cannot wait until 3:30pm, may event kami by 4:30. Huhu. Meaning, Cronuts are so in demand that people order a box of it.

Mukhang swerte talaga ang buntis… As Ian approached the counter, one staff told us that there were two available Cronuts, Yehey! Meron pang natira! We’re so lucky! We tried the Strawberry first; I love the custard cream filling.  The Cronuts is so yummy and not so sweet. As Ian cut into it, the frail base almost collapses.

Strawberry Cronuts Php 120.00

Then, we tried the Chocolate Cronuts. OMG! Super sarap nya as in! But as per my husband, it is more delicious if served hot. I love the sugar-rolled croissant donut in its sweetness, it is crunchy and airy. Freshly baked Cronuts should I say.

Chocolate Cronuts Php 120.00

And since my husband told me that it’s great with coffee, tea or hot choco, he ordered for a cup of Hot Choco. 

Hot Choco Php 160.00

Overall, our experience at Wild Flour was great. Prices are expensive especially if you consider the quality of food being out out, but it’s all worth trying especially the desserts and service.  I will surely come back for more cronuts (maybe a box of them) and will try the other dishes. Give it a try and for sure you will love it. By the way, they forgot to serve us some fresh hot bread with butter. I read an article saying that they give complimentary bread for every customer. Hihi.

Wild Flour Bakery + Café
5th cor 26th G/F Net Lima Bldg.,
Fort Bonifacio, Global City