Because ice cream is an important food group.
There’s always room for dessert. Sometimes, we’ll relish in a classic slice of cake or scoop of ice cream but there are those days when you want something a little cooler. From liquid nitrogen to gelato sushi, people are always cooking up new ways to bring that cold, creamy goodness to the hot streets of Manila.
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Dessert Table PH – BGC
Dessert Table PH specializes in unique soft-serve ice cream with flavors like Thai Milk Tea, Taiwanese Milk Tea, and Milo Dinosaur. You can also find baked goods from Bellefleur by Beatrix. They are located at the Eden Food Hall in BGC, an up and coming food space that features 12+ brands who started out in Mercato and Legaspi Market.
The Farmacy – multiple branches
From the same people that brought us Wildflour, The Farmacy is an old-fashioned ice cream parlour that serves homemade ice cream and soda. All of their ice cream are freshly made on site so you are guaranteed an authentic and sweet experience. They also serve meals, sodas, coffee, and alcoholic drinks too.
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Gelatofix – BGC
Gelotafix is a cafe that offers gelato, gelato sushi, waffles, meals, risotto, and more.
No reservations accepted
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G/F BGC Corporate Center, Level G, Unit 4, 30th St cor 11th Ave, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
Hailing all the way from Boston, Emack & Bolio’s is a popular chain of ice cream stores that was founded by Robert Rook back in 1975.So what makes Emack & Bolio’s unique? Their ice cream and yogurt are made from live culture and non-fat milk. Read our full feature here.
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Tsujiri – various branches
Tsujiri is a Japanese matcha brand from Uji Kyoto, Japan that has been around for over 155 years. It was first established in 1860 by Riemon Tsuji who made it his mission to improve the tea industry by using the finest quality of Uji matcha and Gyokuro tea leaves. Read our full feature here.
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The Lost Bread – multiple branches
The Lost Bread is a homegrown dessert cafe specializing in French toasts and milkshakes. Their name, ‘The Lost Bread’, is a direct translation of ‘pain de perdu’, the stale bread used to make French toast.
Freezer Burn – Bonifacio High Street
Helmed by Miko Aspiras and Kristine Lotilla, Freezer Burn offers a unique dessert experience with their hot and cold combo creations such as the Morning Glory, Ketchup Mayo Fries, and Junkie. Read our full feature here.
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Carmen’s Best – Salcedo Village
Carmen’s Best is a homegrown ice creamery originating from the owner’s actual home in Alabang. Although selling and delivering across Metro Manila it now has it’s permanent shop set up in Makati. Bestselling flavors include Salted Caramel, Malted Milk, Butter Pecan, and Brazilian Coffee.
Yo! Panda – multiple branches
Yo! Panda is a new restaurant concept serving modern Asian inspired dishes and desserts. They specialize in soft serve bubble waffles in different flavors like Mango Cheesecake, Choco Matcha Jelly, Peanut Dulce De Leche and many more.
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“Made from Scratch. Honest Ice Cream.” Mad Mark’s Creamery and Good Eats is famous for their tasty and affordable steaks, but they actually started out selling homemade ice cream. Popular flavors include the Half-Baked Madagascar and Javan Hot Chocolate
Manila Creamery is a homegrown dessert specialist and a weekend market favorite that aims to create world-class gelato while promoting flavors that are uniquely Filipino.
Bono Artisanal Gelato – multiple branches
Bono Artisanal Gelato never fails to amaze us with their unique concoctions of gelato, and one of those is their Taho Gelato – infused with soy milk, sago pearls and coco syrup. Other flavors include Cioccolato, Pistachio, Butterbeer, and more.
Cara Mia – various branches
Cara Mia Cakes & Gelato offers frozen sweets and treats. They also have refrigerated cakes like Pistachio Cioccolato, Midnight Dream and Chocolate S’mores.
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Carousel Creamery – Greenhills
Carousel Creamery is a dessert specialist offering 101 classic and whimsical flavors of premium small-batch handcrafted ice cream. Unique to their menu are the Beer & Chicharon, Wasabi, Red Pepper Walnut and more. They also serve some light snacks and coffee.
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Sebastian’s Ice Cream Studio – multiple branches
Sebastian’s is an artisanal ice cream parlour boasting delicious, imaginative and unique ice cream flavors. Bestselling flavors include Cookie Dough, Blue Cheese, and Champorado with Dilis.
Morelli’s Gelato – Shangri-La Mall
Touted as “the ultimate fresh gelato experience,” Morelli’s Gelato was founded by Giuseppe Morelli in 1907. It serves luxury gelato, Kilimanjaro coffee, and other desserts. Popular flavors include Hazelnut, Caramel Dulce de Leche.
Gelatissimo – multiple branches
Gelatissimo is an authentic Italian gelato specialty shop that offers a wide variety of flavors including signature creations, coffee, cakes, and more.
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