Huge cookies spotted!
Jillstachia declared, "Let's go in and check out the cookies!" Jackstachio, being the no-fuss-boy that he is, stepped into 30 Kitchen with Jillstachia.
They ogled at the display of cookies. Then they moved to the display case showcasing a variety of brownies and ogled some more. And more ogling at the last case full of cakes and jars of pudding.
Couldn't decide which one to have, they studied the menu. It didn't help. The lady manning the counter, who saw their indecision, brought out a small shot glass of chocolate pudding for the duo to taste.
Choose your sweet after
"What's your best seller for pudding?" Jillstachia asked. "Double Trouble, ma'am. It's vanilla and chocolate," came the answer. "I'll have that then."
Double Trouble Pudding
Jackstachio wanted something cold to drink and ordered an Iced Caramel Latte.
Iced Caramel Latte
Jillstachia thought that the Double Trouble pudding was alright but priced a bit much (Php 75 for a jar). Her sister and her niece loved it though (she brought the leftover home). Jackstachio thought his Iced Caramel Latte was too sweet. And that's how Jackstachio and Jillstachia had their Sweet Afters.
PS Jillstachia wants to go back just to try the huge cookies. It's Php 60 each; expensive, yes, but it looks so good.PPS 30 Kitchen has relocated to The Gallery. The original place just outside of Paradise Village is no more.
The Gallery, Juan Luna Ave., Mabolo, Cebu City
*Ooopss, Jackstachio and Jillstachia forgot to take note of the contact number and the operating hours.
How Jillstachia and Jackstachio left their pocket so empty ever after:
Double Trouble pudding Php 75
Iced Caramel Latte Php 75
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