I went back to Pardo’s homegrown cafe and tried the new Cafe Eufemia menu. It’s something that you should try too. Cafe Eufemia has new additions in their menu: drinks, treats and more. It was something that I was looking forward too as I’ve seen their new offers at their social media accounts.
New Cafe Eufemia menu
It’s not all about sweet treats and desserts. Cafe Eufemia’s cheesy tuna panini was just delicious. Hot and freshly made, the melted cheese oozed as I grabbed a half slice. I love that the exterior was toasted and contrasted with the soft interior of the bun. It’s really cheesy and perfectly paired with the tuna, making a good savory snack. The sandwich comes with pieces of chips.
What I really liked about this visit was the baked sticky date pudding that was served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It’s decadent and something new to the palate considering that it has chopped dates. NN, the owner and a friend, told me that she bought the dates during her visit to Dubai last year. I scooped a dollop of ice cream on top and ate a spoonful. Just bliss as I really enjoyed this one.
And the cookies and tarts? The gourmet choco walnut cookies were just great! It’s soft yet not too sweet which I do prefer. It’s a plus that it has walnuts, which I do prefer compared to peanuts. The cashew yema tarts are also good although I’m not so much a fan of tarts.
Ah, it was my first time to taste Spanish latte and I love it: espresso based drink with milk and then sweetened with condensed milk. I like the interplay of both milk and coffee and it’s smooth to the tongue too. The matcha frappe is another recommended drink. It’s topped with home made vanilla ice cream but just enough that it comes out not too sweet. What I do love about Cafe Eufemia is that the beverages’s sweetness is tempered, which is to my liking.
Check out Cafe Eufemia in Pardo and try these new offers.
Cafe Eufemia J Tabura St. Pardo, Cebu City 4:30PM-9PM Sunday to Friday (with Saturdays only upon special request from friends) IG: @cafeeufemia