Crisp on 28th opened on August 2014 and quickly became one of the go-to restaurants in the area. According to owner Carmela Villegas-Agosta of Casa San Luis fame, they chose the name “Crisp” to show that they want to provide the best and freshest food for their customers.
The first thing you will see once you arrive at the 28th Street of BGC is the al fresco part of the restaurant. The courtyard looks like a good place to enjoy their all-day breakfast comfort food with their cold-pressed juices.
What greets you inside are yellow painted ceilings and chevron striped chairs which gives a refreshing modern look to the place. Head over to the counter to check what they have for the day. There should be a good selection of cakes and pastries that would delight your sweet tooth.
Their signature dessert, the Crisp on 28th’s Calamansi Cake (PHP 160.00) is a fusion of flavors, from the sweet meringue layers to the sour calamansi buttercream in between a calamansi sponge cake.
The next dessert, the Milo Silvana (PHP 80.00) looks like your ordinary silvana with a generous Milo coating. Inside is a smooth chocolate filling surrounded with luscious buttercream.
If you are craving for good food and desserts with a local twist, Crisp on 28th may be the perfect place to discover something new.