A well-known local shop has a very good business every day. The variety and variety of desserts, cuts, and tarts are arranged in an orderly manner. The aroma of butter and coffee is wafting. Cake is served with coffee for an afternoon. It just feels slightly sweet. !
La Mallorquina: the taste of ancient desserts
Since 1894, people who are crazy about desserts have never stopped
The wonderful collision of cream, fruit, and cheese creates an indescribable dessert.
A baked bread for breakfast, a fruity cake for afternoon tea
There is no limit to the time of desserts, only sweet stories that are farther and farther can settle down
I want to see the display from the window. Whether in the morning or afternoon, I will give myself a reason to go in and eat a dessert.
This may be the charm of desserts for all sweets lovers
Before I came to Spain, I knew that most Spanish people don’t eat spicy food.
But what I didn’t expect was that the Spanish would love to eat sweets so much
Even I, a sweet tooth lover, can’t control Spanish desserts, they are too sweet
(It might be like a Spanish mouth~)
Since the shop is located at the corner of Puerta del Sol, the perfect location and the blessing of a century of history
The shop is always full of customers, but most people buy desserts to take away
Even if I eat here, I don’t have a seat. I eat standing up like a snack bar. (There are seats upstairs but I can’t go up. Maybe you need to make a reservation?)
So the liquidity is very fast and the efficiency of the clerk is also very high
Most of the prices in Spain are very conscientious. The price of a small dessert is between 1-3 Euros, about 10-20 yuan.
In comparison, even lower than domestic first-tier cities
According to the recommendation, plus the favorite fruit strawberry, I must order the strawberry cake
The bread is very soft and the humidity is in place. It won’t taste so dry
[Pionono Pudding Tower]
Blurred in the back, Pionono is a cake-shaped pudding, which seems to be called a pudding tower.
But the taste is really sweet. It is recommended to order a cup of coffee. The sweetness and bitterness will be neutralized, and there will be an indescribable sense of fun.
The century-old dessert shop near Puerta del Sol is very popular.
There are many varieties of cakes in the window, and each one looks delicious.
The cakes here are a little bit sweet, so they need tea or coffee.
Strawberry cake is the best, sweet fruit cake, creamy taste and good.
Cakes like Napoleon are simply sweet.
The chocolate balls are rich and still so sweet.
I don't like the cake rolls.
Viennese coffee is also very common, so you can drink it casually.
This dessert shop is often full of people, and customers will stand and eat directly after buying pastries. There is a restaurant upstairs, but because I wanted to experience the local specialties, I bought cakes and drinks on the first floor and then stood at the bar table to eat. The cake tastes good, not greasy and soft. With coffee, it is a good afternoon tea.
This is the best bakery I have eaten in Spain. The desserts are made in the most traditional way. The best ingredients are used. The taste is sweet but not greasy, and there are many varieties. The price is generally between two or three euros. It’s very cheap. You might as well buy some desserts for afternoon tea when you are visiting the plaza and shopping. It’s very good.