A Sweet Treat from Claudette’s!

May 18, 2009 at 4:09 pm 22 comments

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Photobucket W3Schools.com Claudette’s is giving away 10 FREE slices (no purchase required) of its specialty cake Dolly Sin, to those who leave comments below about their sweetest moments or celebration that involved a cake in it!


PhotobucketYou may submit as many entry as you like, but can only win once to give chance to others.  The delectable Dolly Sin cake sweet treat from Claudette’s can be redeemed at their outlet, through dine-in only until July 30, 2009 (extended).

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A must-try among their specialty cakes are Dolly Sin, Toblerone Cheesecake, Cloud 9, Caramel Crunch and Brazo de Mercedes.

Claudette’s, made famous by its moist chocolate cakes and melt-in-your-mouth cheese cakes, is a cake shop owned by former Assistant Pastry Chef of the Ritz Carlton Claudette Go. Products like Dolly Sin, a chocolate mousse and cake combination, Midnight Layer Cake, Cappuccino Mousse Cake and Tiramisu, different types of chocolate cakes, each one with a distinctive flavor, cheesecakes like New York, Cookies ‘n Cream, Toblerone, Ube and many other desserts are available anytime.  In recent years, Claudette’s has also expanded its services to include fast casual dining services (rice orders, sandwiches, pastas) in Salcedo Village. The shop is on the ground floor of Easton Place, 118 Valero corner Rufino Streets, telephone numbers 8433965, 8433996.

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  • 1. grace herbosa  |  May 19, 2009 at 6:22 am

    I have three teenage daughters and my husband is based abroad.All 4 of us are dessert addicts and so whenever we have bonding moments , just like last Saturday- after the cook/ archuleta concert, the excitement continued over two slices of yummy decadent chocolate cake! A taste of heaven I must say…

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    • 2. hitabargain  |  May 19, 2009 at 8:24 pm

      Thank you for sharing with us your special bonding moment with your daughters, Grace. 🙂 You won a FREE slice of Dolly Sin cake from Claudette’s! Please await an email from us regarding details on how to claim your freebie cake. Congratulations! 😉

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  • 3. Baby Lo  |  May 20, 2009 at 2:31 am

    My son, is taking up culinary arts in St. Benilde and baked a chocolate cake for me last Mother’s Day. It was a lovely!!

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    • 4. hitabargain  |  May 20, 2009 at 4:10 am

      Hi Baby! Thank you for sharing with us your heartwarming moment with your son. 🙂 You won a FREE Dolly Sin cake from Claudette’s! Congratulations! An email will be sent to you on how you can claim your free cake. 😉

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  • 5. RLao  |  May 20, 2009 at 9:41 pm

    days before my monthly cycle, i would feel gloomy for no reason but sweets bring back color to my day. that includes yummy cake desserts =)

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  • 6. Neysa Custodio  |  May 20, 2009 at 10:23 pm

    It was Saturday and my brothers and I hadn’t talked about what to do on Mother’s Day, which was the next day. So I bought a chocolate cake from Shell and thought about cooking some pasta and my mom’s special beefsteak for lunch the next day. But the then I found out that my brothers already ordered food and that my chocolate cake was the unexpected dessert! Talk about coincidental coordination. We had a blast with the cake especially when we paired it with the Selecta designer ice cream series. Yum!!!

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  • 7. Amy Estingor  |  May 21, 2009 at 6:24 pm

    Any of our family celebration wouldn’t be complete without a cake in it. And having a sweet-tooth, I am always in charge of buying one…endless occasions like birthdays, Christmas, christening, mom’s and dad’s day–always makes our bonding moments sweeter and tighter all throughout the year. I love it!

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  • 8. Iya Santos  |  May 22, 2009 at 9:53 pm

    When my son was born via emergency Caesarean section almost 2 years ago, it was definitely a moment for celebration. One friend and his pregnant partner brought us a cake, and I was delighted to find out it was considered part of the “liquid” (aka easily digestible) diet allowed 24 hours after giving birth. When all the well-wishers had gone home, I ate a large portion of the cake straight from the box with a plastic fork. It was the perfect reward for the stress of childbirth.

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  • 9. cherry naval  |  May 27, 2009 at 7:28 pm

    I was depressed since a patient died on my shift last Monday. I knew that his time is running out but still his death was so sudden and unexpected. I was frustrated and disappointed with how the things were handled by the doctors. After my duty, I don’t want to do anything except to forget just what happened. When I got home around 6pm, I realized that I haven’t taken anything since 6am. I didn’t have the appetite but seeing a piece of cake in our ref made me change my mind. It didn’t lessen any bad feeling I have but somehow it put a little smile on my sad face.

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  • 10. Lee  |  May 28, 2009 at 5:18 pm

    For my birthday last year, I didn’t expect a big celebration. I usually just go out to dinner with my sisters. This was my first birthday with my boyfriend, and he surprised me with a homemade cake! (My thanks also to his mom and sister who I’m sure helped him, hehe; they run a business designing awesome cakes) It was blue (my favorite color) with a makeshift “stage” and moving lights, and on it was a doll figure with a mic stand (I’m a frustrated singer). It looked so great, I loved it!

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  • 11. marian magno  |  May 28, 2009 at 5:42 pm

    sweets for my sweets…a line that stands on its own, every sunday, my boyfriend and i always hears mass at 6pm. he would pick me up at our house and as he waits for me to get ready i always make sure i let him eat first his favorite turtle pie…no matter how long he waits for me, as long as i know he is enjoying his turtle pie, our sunday date with cake and mass will always be looked forward to. i just love my mahal…and he loves me and the turtle pie back.

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  • 12. iann  |  May 30, 2009 at 6:27 pm

    I was courting this girl and she live almost province distance. This one day came and it will be my very first time to meet her parents especially her mom. Of course, i already thought of bringing her flowers but what about for the family. Yes, a CAKE to break the ice. I was in a hurry already since i am on a grave yard shift and need to find a baKE shop. There it was, Claudette’s at Valero. Bought the Tiramisu since i’m not sure of the other offering. To cut the story short, i made a very good first impression to her family and from then on, am always welcome in their crib. 😀

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  • 13. Mira Padillo  |  June 1, 2009 at 8:45 am

    My niece is 15, and as most teenagers, she’s going thru her rebellious stage. She and her mom went thru a rough patch a while back when she went to a party she wasn’t allowed to go to with her boyfriend that she wasn’t even allowed to have yet. Neefless to say, her mom was very mad at her and wouldn’t speak to her for days. That weekend, she came to me and asked me to help her bake a cake & cookies for her mom to help her say sorry for what she’s done. That, along with cleaning up their house and doing other chores helped melt her mom’s frostiness towards her.

    They are okay now, BUT she still wasn’t allowed to have a boyfriend yet. 🙂

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  • 14. Aubrey Dela Cruz  |  June 1, 2009 at 4:01 pm

    A simple life pursuits simple pleasures. I’m chronicling our happiest family moments, and so far it usually involves a sweet treat or two. Would this delectable slice of heaven be an addition-turned-addiction for us? If I were to lie I’d say “I hope not”, but then refusing sweets isn’t really a very dela cruz thing to do. 😉

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  • 15. Michelle S. Nabung  |  June 10, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    My boyfriend (now a husband) came from a not so wealthy family. He has to work in order to finish school. Came his 30th birthday, I surprised him with a cake. He was teary eyed since it was his first birthday cake ever!!! I didn’t know about it and was so overcome with emotion that something so usual to some of us would be a first time for a 30 year old.

    Now that we have a daughter (6 months), we always celebrate her “monthly” birthdays with a cake. We would let her little fist get hold of the cake and would feel her delight as she watches and feels the cold icing melt in her hands.

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  • 16. janice  |  June 19, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    My 4 year old came home after school yesterday with a box of chocolate cake. To my surprise he gave it to me and said they had their cooking class and he made the cake with her teacher to give it as a present to his daddy since tomorrow is Father’s day. When my husband came home we ate the cake and we are so happy since the cake was delicious and he personally designed it.

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  • 17. january  |  June 20, 2009 at 7:06 am

    i was totally deprived to eat anything that is sweet during my childhood because of my recurring tonsilitis and during ocassions i would envy my cousins eating delectable cakes…not until my 7th birthday i got my first slice and from then on nobody can’t stop me now from stuffing myself with equally sinful chocolate cakes. such an addiction 🙂

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  • 18. Iya Santos  |  July 6, 2009 at 4:19 pm

    I claimed my free slice of cake a few weeks ago – yummy! Dolly Sin is really one of Claudette’s best. But of course one can’t just have one slice of cake, so I had to buy a few more 🙂 Thanks, HitABargain!

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  • 19. Carmelita Lo  |  July 16, 2009 at 2:09 am

    Thanks for the chocolate cake!!!! yummy!!!

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  • 20. mary jane cunanan  |  January 4, 2011 at 10:13 pm

    its,,really a good taste here in claudettes

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  • 21. annalyn perez magbanua  |  April 1, 2011 at 9:42 pm

    you will crave for claudette cakes once you try it. its so light and not so sweet enough and will satisfy your taste.I will visit the store now to buy one whole cake

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  • 22. Terre Angeli Sallao  |  July 17, 2011 at 4:02 am

    I was once tasted the cloud 9 when a former employee of the company that I applied for my ojt bought that cloud 9 and, of all the cake I’ve tasted before nothing beats Claudette’s Cloud 9 and now for my up coming Birthday I gotta have that cake! Cloud 9 your the best!

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