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Get assorted kakanin in a platter from this San Juan shop

Steph Arnaldo
Get assorted kakanin in a platter from this San Juan shop
Maja blanca, biko, kutsinta, puto, suman, and more – Kakanin Klub serves classic Pinoy treats in one 14" platter

You can never go wrong with kakanin, so how does having all your favorite kinds served in one 14″ platter sound? Like a good idea.

Photo from Kakanin Klub’s Instagram page

Check out local bakery Kakanin Klub, where assorted kakanin platters are the star of their show. Each chewy and sweet kakanin – traditional Filipino delicacies made from sticky rice – is freshly-made every day by hand.

Photo from Kakanin Club’s Instagram page

For the 14″ platter (P590), you’re getting modest servings of Kakanin Klub’s authentic and high-quality specialties: biko, bibingka malagkit, cassava cake, kutsinta, maja blanca, puto, puto cheese, sapin-sapin, suman, and ube de leche – enough to please a hungry family of 3-4.

Photo from Kakanin Club’s Instagram page

You can also upgrade the cardboard box to a round tampipi case for an additional P100.

Kakanin Klub also serves an all-ube version of the platter, with ube bibingka malagkit, ube kalamay, ube kutsinta, ube maja blanca, ube puto, puto bao, sapin-sapin, and suman with ube and leche flan. It costs P690.

The assorted kakanin platter is available on Wednesdays and Saturdays, while the ube platter is available only on Fridays.

You can get their kakanin treats in individual sizes, too.

Kakanin Klub is based in Greenhills, San Juan City. To place your orders, you can Viber them at 0917 810 7613 or message them on Instagram. –

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Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.