EAT TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT REVISITS TSOKO.NUT BATIROL



Is it just me or is Tsoko.Nut Batirol addicting? Dining pleasure never stops at Tsoko.Nut Batirol with their numerous concoctions. I have shared in this site of their truly delicious chocolate cakes, whether made from milk chocolates or the ones from tablea, two distinct flavors but both sinfully mouthwatering chocolate cakes.


Inviting wall at Tsoko Nut Batirol

Coming back over and over at Tsoko.Nut Batirol defies monotonous dishes and desserts as they are not only about chocolates. As the -Ber months enter, it would be wonderful to indulge with two of its iconic food delights, bibingka and hot chocolate. But at Tsoko.Nut Batirol, you can savor their Bibingka and hot chocolate drinks all-year-round.


I am a Bibingka fan made from Tsoko Nut Batirol

Tsoko.Nut Batirol's Bibingka is made from the freshest quality ingredients. Every order of bibingka is made with ground glutinous rice that is freshly steamed and topped with salted Duck egg, a slice of melting butter and fresh grated coconut on the side. Because it is made with the traditional ground glutinous rice, you feel your right at your home during your younger years and your grandma just handed you her homemade bibingka. Since it's quite filling, you can share this with a friend during merienda (snacks) time or have this for your brunch.


Can't get enough of this Ensaymada with Quezo de Bola from Tsoko Nut Batirol

Another well-loved snack and one of my favorites, Ensaymada that is so soft its akin to eating a perfect chiffon cake - smoother. Tsoko.Nut Batirol's version intensifies your ensaymada eating pleasure as they use quezo de bola instead of just cheddar cheese. A sumptuous rich cream binds the ensaymada and the strips of quezo de bola. Paired with their hot tablea blends, it's a sure hit!


A hit for me! Dinuguan with Puto from Tsoko Nut Batirol

Third on my list, but definitely not the least is their Dinuguan with Puto. Tsoko.Nut Batirol's version is made with a thick sauce - dinuguan sauce which is basically pig's blood that has been crushed and slow cooked with tons of chili. Many foreigners will definitely dislike this dish but it is absolutely delicious. The well-proportioned pork fat and pork meat plus the presence of chillies is such a comfort food. Paired with rice during lunch or dinner, dinuguan is traditionally paired with puto (also made with glutinous rice).


Check out TSOKO.NUT BATIROL's other deliriously delicious offerings and savor their goodness in every bite. As I always say, Live Well, Laugh Often, Eat To Your Heart's Content!


Hope you continue to check out Eat To Your Heart's Content for more deliriously delicious dining discoveries.




Section : Bon Appetit

TSOKO.NUT BATIROL
They have several branches :
2F SM Makati is one of their convenient spots


Pie Rivera is a food columnist of Republic of 7107 Island Travel Magazine. For subscriptions to the magazine, you may email them at subscription@7107magazine.ph. You can also check their website at www.7107magazine.ph.



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4 comments:

  1. how will i apply at tsok.nut batirol?

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    1. Hi Rizalyn! Im not from their Human Resources Dept. nor in any way connected with Tsoko.Nut Batirol but if you're looking for a job, usual process would be : 1) prepare a decent resume, 2) directly contact the establishment/company you wish to apply - research well, 3) prepare yourself physically and mentally should you land an interview... these are just the basics. Good luck and thanks for dropping by :)

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