Pia y Damaso

We’ve learned about the colorful characters of Noli me Tangere and El Filibusterismo during high school. In Greenbelt, Makati, we revisited the same characters at Ristorante Pia y Damaso.

Named after the controversial Doña Pia Alba and Padre Damaso Vardolagas, the restaurant serves mouthwatering cakes and desserts inspired by the iconic character from Noli and Fili.

With such names as Sisa’s Dementia, De Espadaña Quezo de Bola, Brazo ni Doña Vicki (as in Victorina), Ibarra’s Kiss, Maria Clara’s Velvety Cheesecake, Damaso’s Panaforte, Wicked Simoun, Pia’s Secret Passion, Salvi’s Canonigo, and even Guni-guni, a sugar free truffle cake with chocolate almond pastille, dark chocolate mousse, and ganache, desserts at Ristorante Pia y Damaso is a fun and sweet way to review Rizal’s timeless novels.

Published in: on September 3, 2010 at 4:21 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. Leave it to the Pinoys to cook up something crazy/creative as this restaurant’s name and menu.

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