Let that man-go, because food will never dessert you.
It’s been a while since we last created a mango-centric dessert article, so here’s a new one for you guys!
Nothing beats Philippine mangoes. It’s the country’s national fruit for a reason and we absolutely love it! This fruit goes well in any type of dessert that you can think of like creme brulee, sansrival, cheesecake, ice cream, and more. In this list, we’ll be featuring unique kinds of mango desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings.
Mango Tango – Romulo Cafe
A tribute to the late Carlos P. Romulo, Romulo Cafe offers traditional Filipino comfort food from heirloom recipes. Romulo Cafe gives its diners a glimpse of the Philippine history though its museum-style interiors. A must-try dessert is the Mango Tango!
Mama Lou’s Cheesecake – Mama Lou’s
From humble beginnings to a success story, Mama Lou’s definitely hits the spot when it comes to Italian comfort food. Mama Lou’s Cheesecake can be topped with blueberries or mangoes.
Mango Pavlova – Ninyo Fusion Cuisine
Ninyo Fusion Cuisine, headed by Chef Niño, serves up his take on modern Asian and European dishes with 100 of the world’s great wines. The Mango Pavlova is a meringue dessert topped with vanilla ice cream and mangoes.
Tapioca and Mango Trifle – Toast Asian Kitchen
Toast Asian Kitchen is a newly-opened restaurant that fuses modern Asian flavors in creating unique comfort food, like you’ve never tried before. It also serves unique desserts such as their tapioca mango trifle, dark chocolate mousse, and more. Read our full feature here.
Mango Creme Brulee Cheesecake – The Frazzled Cook
The Frazzled Cook is a quirky restaurant put together with the mission of serving good comfort food in a cozy, homey ambiance. The Mango Creme Brulee Cheesecake is as soft and fluffy as it looks!
Pastel de Mango – Trufa Pasta Bar
Trufa is a cozy and rustic Catalan-inspired pasta bar with its concept revolving around building your own pasta from the choice of noodles, sauces, and toppings. Pastel de Mango is a chiffon cake filled with local ripe mangoes in whipped cream.
Sticky Mango Rice – Basil
Basil serves authentic Thai cuisine in a garden-inspired restaurant guided by Tom McGue and Chef Al Brown. A must-try thai dessert is the Khao Niew Ma Muang or also known as Sticky Mango Rice.
Mango Kiwi Pavlova – Elait
Originally from Thailand, Elait, which came from the word “lait” (milk in French) and “elate” (to fill with joy or pride), offers artisanal rolled ice cream and yogurt.
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Mango Jubilee – Jamba Juice
Jamba Juice serves up fresh juices, fruit smoothies, energy bowls, and power packed snacks.
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Golden Plus Smoothie – Llaollao
Llaollao is an international franchise from Spain famous for the frozen yogurt.
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Mango Nutella Crepe – Crepes & Cream
Crepes & Cream offers the best sweet and savory crepes around town. One of their bestsellers is the Mango Nutella Crepe.
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Mango Cheesecake Bubble Waffle – Yo Panda
Yo! Panda is a new restaurant concept serving modern Asian inspired dishes and desserts. They specialize in soft serve bubble waffles in different flavors. The Mango Cheesecake Bubble Waffle is one of their bestsellers.
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Mango Kakigori – Tokyo Ice Cafe
Tokyo Ice Cafe serves authentic Japanese kakigori (shaved ice dessert) pasta, sandwiches and coffee. Their kakigori comes with different flavors like matcha, honey and lemon.
Tropical Mango – Pinkberry
Pinkberry is a Korean-American brand that is popular for their healthy froyos in different flavors such as original, pomegranate, green tea, and more. They also have smoothies and fresh fruit parfaits in their menu.
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Mango Pancakes – Baker & Cook
Baker & Cook is a premium bakery offering beautiful, Instagram-worthy pastries, delicious breads, hand-crafted pizza and dessert innovations. A must-try is their Mango Pancakes!
Mango Extreme – Scrapes
Scrapes offers 90% less sugar guilt-free premium stir-frost ice cream with flavors like mango, strawberry and grape, to name a few.
Mango Waffle – Zoo Coffee
Zoo Coffee is an international zoo-themed cafe franchise from Korea. Prepare to snuggle cute stuffed toys around the cafe while you work on that thesis! They serve sandwiches, waffles, pastries, tea, and imported coffee from Korea. Read our full feature here.
Mango Pavlova – Cab Cafe
Cab Cafe is a coffee and dessert shop found in one of the busiest streets in Kapitolyo. Aside from coffee and desserts, it also serves a number of starters, sandwiches, pastas and mains, as well as beers. Their Mango Pavlova is one of their bestselling desserts.
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