Angono Foodserye | Rediscovering Great Eats at Kim Is Hungry

Thursday, December 29, 2016


This was part of the first Angono Food and Art Crawl media tour organized by the Tourism Office of Angono. 

Another one of my early foodscape discoveries is Kim is Hungry. Started by baker Kim Gonzales, this place is one of the local restaurants that heralded the transformation of Angono’s food scene. Kim is Hungry has been an automatic choice for me when getting cakes and pastries, but it’s more than just a haven for sweet-teeth like me.


Kim is Hungry is located on the second floor of an unassuming building near the Municipal Gym, right across the Angono campus of the University of Rizal System. It used to have a very limited sitting capacity but had managed to extend its space and now can accommodate more people. Adorned with pastel purple and pink, and an array of cutesy decorations, the place gives off a pa-tweetums vibe – appropriate since it serves some of the best sweets in town.

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Kim is Hungry’s wide selection of delicious cupcakes, and mouthwatering cakes will not fail you. Have these as a birthday gift and you will forever be loved. They are excellent and a perfect alternative to more commercialized cakes and are affordable too!
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Aside from the dessert options, Kim is Hungry also serves several takes of well-loved Italian dishes such as my personal favoriteS Pizadilla (Php90), Lasagna Roll-up (Php120), and Carbonara (Php90).
kim is hungry menu

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For more of the menu, check here.


For the meals, serving time may take quite long, but you won’t get upset when they serve your order still steaming. The cakes and cupcakes can be ordered from the counter and served after a few minutes.

The crew is patient and does not slack off, helping each other when needed which makes the entire dining experience a breeze.


Kim is Hungry ranks no. 2 on my list of top local restaurants in Angono. It’s a great place to get affordable and delicious food. And, of course, the cakes and pastries are simply the best in town!

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There are jeepneys and commuter vans to Angono in Cubao Farmer’s Market (beside Telus), Robinsons Galleria, SM Megamall, Star Mall (Mandaluyong), and EDSA Central. One can also take the LRT Line 2 and alight at the Santolan Terminal where there is a van terminal to Angno. There are also jeepneys to Angono that pass by here, but if it's rush hour you can then take a jeep to Sta. Lucia Mall where there is a jeep terminal to Angono.

Once on a jeepney with an "Angono" signboard, get off at "Plaza". Walk your way towards Kim Is Hungry, just ask around for Paulina Bldg near URS Angono.

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Services: Dine-in, Take-out; Made-to-Order cakes and cupckaes (upon request)
Parking: Street
Mode of Payment: Cash only
Free Wi-fi: None


2nd floor Paulina Bldg. M. Diaz corner A. Ibanez Brgy. Sto. Nino, Angono, Rizal
Contact No.: + 63 916 271 7551
Operating Hours : Tuesdays to Sundays - 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Facebook: /KimisHungry
Instagram: @kimishungrycakescafe

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