10 Sweet Filipino Dessert Spots in the Upper Peninsula
There’s hardly a mall in the Philippines that doesn’t have a Goldilocks bakeshop and restaurant. That’s not quite the case in the Bay Area, but there are several locations throughout. The 55-year-old company offers some classic Filipino savory meals like breakfast silogs and chicken adobo, but it’s the baked goods that many people associate with Goldilocks. You can even mail order care packages full of ensaymadas (from original to macapuno) or the Ube Obsession box (full of polvoron, crinkle cookies, a cake roll, and more) to loved ones. In-store, you can get halo-halo or whole specialty cakes, most of which are made with a light chiffon base and come in varieties like Mangolicious and Choco Mocha Crunch.