Went to SM Mall of Asia yesterday and had a slice of probably the best chocolate cake since I came to the Philippines at a place called, fittingly, Chocolat.
Hailed as "the best chocolate dessert place in the Mall of Asia" (that's what it say on the receipt), the classic deep dark chocolate cake has a rich chocolatey taste without being overpoweringly sweet.
And it's affordable. One slice is only Php43 (about S$1.50) and the whole cake is Php380 (about S$12).
Check out a blog post about the place and the cake.
What Would Walt Do?
Check out this 148 page e-book written by D. M. Miller, a project manager during the construction of Walt Disney World from 1968 to 1971. It chronicles the experiences of the young Florida engineer, whose team as responsible for the quality control of all construction materials and methods on the project. In the book, Miller suggests that Walt Disney World may be the highest quality construction project ever built.
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