Want Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pichi-Pichi? Head to Visayas Avenue

October 12, 2015

This review was conducted solely by the author, who did not accept any form of cash advertising, invitation, sponsorship or payment. It was paid for by the author or Pepper.ph, and the views represented are purely the writer’s own. It is based on one anonymous visit to the restaurant.

Traffic is getting worse by the second, and that’s why I don’t venture out to Quezon City as much as I used to. What used to be an hour travel from Parañaque can now turn into a half day wasted in EDSA traffic. However, for pichi-pichi, I was willing to make an exception, and boy was it worth it!


After circling Visayas Avenue twice, I finally found Dedet’s Peachy-Peachy, Cakes & Pastries. It was no wonder I couldn’t find it the first two times, it was not a restaurant or a shop like I expected. It was just a house. A house with tarpaulins hung on the gate and angry-dog barks coming from the inside. I was unsure if I was in the right place,and would have left had it not been for the traffic I endured getting there.


I knocked on the door and ordered. Ten minutes later, the girl comes out handing me a styrofoam full of pichi-pichi to-go. There was no eating in this place so I went back to the car and decided that I’d eat the pichi-pichi inside with my hands.


I open the Styrofoam container and faced pichi-pichi that was generously topped with cheese. I squealed with excitement and grabbed a big chunk. I popped them into my mouth, and seconds later, they literally melt in my mouth. I’ve tried other pichi-pichis but this one is the best one I’ve had in a long time. It was so good that I almost didn’t notice the 3-hour drive back to Parañaque.


Where’s the best pichi-pichi you’ve tried? Tell us with a comment below!

Dedet’s Peachy-Peachy, Cakes & Pastries

Address: 11 Visayas Avenue, Quezon City
Number: 09154611777

Kris Landrito SEE AUTHOR Kris Landrito

Kris is always on the lookout for adventure. She's particularly fond of venturing out into the seas and letting the sun scorch her already-burnt skin. She dreams of traveling the world, living in different countries three months at a time, and immersing herself in the local culture by looking for the best cup of coffee out there. When she's not busy daydreaming about her global itinerary, she spends her time exploring Manila (and its fringes) for new experiences, designing accessories, and plotting out world domination.

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12 responses to “Want Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pichi-Pichi? Head to Visayas Avenue”

  1. Volts Sanchez says:

    How does it match against Amber’s?

  2. Victoria says:

    Ten minutes? Does that mean they cook it upon ordering?

  3. DEEZQUS says:

    My friends and I call it the cheesy cassava cloud, it is really worth the drive. 🙂

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