Mary Grace Philippines: A World-Class Café

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Mary Grace Philippines has something delicious for everybody. For some, it could be their signature hot chocolate. For some, it could be their cheese rolls. For some, it could be their ensaymada. Point is, this world-class café has something yummy for everybody.

Mary Grace Philippines crushed capers with cheese and tomatoes
This is one of our favorite dishes from Mary Grace Philipines. I don’t really know what it’s called but it’s crushed capers with tomatoes and cheese. The bread is so good. This dish goes so well with their soups.

Mary Grace Philippines: A World-Class Café

Mary Grace Philippines offers a variety of dishes and desserts to choose from, making this the ideal spot for a relaxing afternoon with the whole family. 😊

Their cheese rolls are a fan favorite.

They glisten with granulated sugar and are soft and fluffy.

They are a perfect match with another Mary Grace favorite, hot chocolate. 👍

A slice of sans rival on a white plate.
Mary Grace offers more than just their yummy cheese rolls and ensaymadas. You need to taste their sans rival as well. This one is a personal favorite of ours.

It’s a huge plus that the café is a cozy place to hang out. It sends out a homey ambiance that makes you just want to walk into the restaurant.

It’s a huge plus that the café is a cozy place to hang out. It sends out a homey ambiance that makes you just want to walk into the restaurant.

When you do, you won’t regret it at all. ❤️

Smoked Salmon and Cream from Mary Grace Philippines
This creamy smoked salmon pasta dish is highly recommended. You can make this your entrée, after enjoying some crushed capers with tomatoes and cheese.

Aside from the delicious food and cozy ambiance it offers, you’re bound to experience great customer service as well.

It’s no wonder Mary Grace Philippines is considered a world-class café. 👍👍👍

Mary Grace Owner

Mary Grace Peckson Dimacali is the person behind Mary Grace Philippines.

As a mother of five kids, she was once a stay-home mom so she could take care of her brood.

She spent a lot of time baking as she knew she had the talent for it. There was no doubt that she did. 👍

Mary Grace also wanted to find a way to make a product that Filipinos can enjoy.

She started with various baked goodies, selling them to friends and family.

Eventually, she went on to sell her baked goods in bazaars.

However, she wanted to have a product that she could sell even after the holiday season.

That’s when she thought of coming up with her very own yummy version of ensaymadas. 😍

Unlike the classic ensaymada that’s usually dense and coated in white sugar, her unique and super special ensaymada is fluffy, with a sharp quezo de bola flavor. 😋

It’s not too sweet nor is it too salty. Best of all, it’s not buttery at all.

Slowly, her ensaymadas became pretty famous but you had to order them.

They were not as accessible as the other ensaymadas in the market.

To enhance her products, Mary Grace went to the States to improve the processes of her baking.

When she came back home, she opened the first Mary Grace outlet in Gloriette 4, which was a kiosk.

To this day, it’s still there.

When she came back home, she opened the first Mary Grace outlet in Gloriette 4, which was a kiosk.

To this day, it’s still there.

She then enrolled at the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) and received a master’s degree in Entrepreneurship.

From then on, there was no stopping her.

What followed next were the unique Mary Grace cafes that became home to her delicious plethora of baked goods and dishes.😍

Mary Grace Branches

When it comes to Mary Grace branches, there is a Mary Grace branch in the following areas: Antipolo, Baguio, Batangas, Bulacan, Cainta, Caloocan, Cavite, Laguna, Las Piñas, La Union, Makati, Mandaluyong, Manila, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Nueva Ecija, Olongapo, Pampanga, Pangasinan, Parañaque, Pasay, Pasig, Quezon City, Quezon Province, San Juan, San Mateo, Taguig, Tagaytay, Tarlac, Taytay, and Valenzuela.

It’s just too bad that there are not enough Mary Grace cafes for everybody in the Philippines.

Filipinos in the other parts of the country would still have to travel to the NCR and nearby areas to experience a world-class café such as Mary Grace Philippines. 😊

Have you tried Mary Grace Philippines? What’s your favorite dish from this world-class café?

Feel free to share it with us in the comment section below. 👇

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