Mister Donut Megamall Gets A New Look

Mister Donut Cafe Megamall

Mister Donut Cafe Megamall

Mister Donut Philippines is starting to realign with the look and feel of Mister Donut in other Asian countries. Mister Donut’s branch in Megamall now has a Japanese look from the outside. On the inside Mister Donut has a comfortable yet playful look to it. They call the newly renovated Mister Donut as Mister Donut Cafe.

On my Brownie Brittle Battle post, I mentioned that Mister Donut originally came from the U.S., in Boston to be exact. A lot of Filipinos like me really thought that Mister Donut is a Filipino donut brand. If I didn’t do my research for the Brownie Brittle Battle post I wouldn’t even find out that it’s an international donut franchise.

I confess that I don’t really frequent Mister Donut. But I’m glad that Mister Donut Philippines invited me to attend their blogger night. During the event, I was able to get acquainted with what they have to offer.

A new look means new menu offerings. Mister Donut finally brought the famous Pon de Ring here in the Philippines.

Mister Donut Pon de Ring

Mister Donut Pon de Ring

Mister Donut’s Pon de Ring is a famous donut that originated in Japan. It has a chewy texture but not to the point that you feel like you are chewing a gum. When I had a bite of their Peanut Butter Pon de Ring, I realized why Pon de Ring is the number 1 donut in Japan. You need to experience it for yourself to find out how good it is. I’m not a big fan of peanut butter but Mister Donut’s Peanut Butter Pon de Ring is so good that I was left wanting more. It’s not too sweet for my taste.

Mister Donut Dossant

Mister Donut Dossant

Mister Donut’s Dossant is a combination of a donut and a croissant. Dossant is Mister Donut’s version of cronuts. Just like a croissant, Dossant has a flaky texture with a bavarian filling in between this buttery pastry.

Mister Donut French Cruller with Hot Chocolate

Mister Donut French Cruller with Hot Chocolate

Lastly, Mister Donut’s French Cruller is a pastry that has a light and airy texture. If you’re on a diet, you should grab the French Cruller for it has the lowest calorie count compared to Pon de Ring and Dossant.

Aside from introducing the aforementioned donut products, they are also catering to the Filipino needs and taste. For people who work in Ortigas you’ll be glad that there’s another food chain for you to dine in from 6am – 10pm. Mister Donut Cafe in SM Megamall will be serving all-day breakfast meals such as beef tapa, gourmet tuyo flakes, chicken tocino and continental breakfast. They also serve a Donut Burger which is made of premium beef patty and a glazed donut will serve as the bun. Pasta and sandwiches are also available for people who are craving for pasta and sandwiches. They’re definitely stepping up their game.

Mister Donut still wants to be the donut brand for the masses. That’s why their menu is filled with foods that are easy on the budget. You could get a full meal from Mister Donut Cafe with only a hundred peso budget!

Box of 6 Pon de Ring

Box of 6 Pon de Ring

There are currently five Mister Donut Cafes in the Philippines. They are located in: Greenhills, Robinsons Ermita, The Prtal Greenfield, Mactan Newtown Cebu and SM Megamall. There will be more Mister Donut Cafes by the end of the year.  I personally can’t wait for a Mister Donut Cafe somewhere in Quezon City. I highly suggest for you to try the Pon de Ring. This donut will definitely change the way you look at Mister Donut.

Mister Donut Cafe Megamall
UG/F SM Megamall-Bldg A, Doña Julia Vargas Ave.
Wack Wack, Mandaluyong

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6 thoughts on “Mister Donut Megamall Gets A New Look

  1. I wonder who bought the “pon de ring” first, Gavinos or Mister Donut? I hope they have the mochi texture that made them popular. I feel the urge to give them a try because of your review. 🙂

    • Mister Donut has exclusive rights to use Pon de Ring. Gavinos is using Japanese donut. Try their peanut butter Pon de Ring, that’s my favorite so far. Not too sweet 🙂

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