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A classic cake with a frozen twist.

Living in a tropical country where it feels like it’s summer most months of the year can have its downsides. The bright side? (pun fully intended!) In this list, we give you a rundown of the best places that serve your favorite Brazo de Mercedes…in frozen form. After all, what better way to escape 40 degrees of sweaty madness than cold desserts?

Also Read: Your Guide to Ice Cream Delivery Now

Manam – Fort Bonifacio

Manam is famously known for their Crispy Sisig and Sinigang na Beef Short Rib & Watermelon but they’ve also got a Frozen Mango Brazo de Mercedes that’s worth to check out.

Also Read: Manam’s Sizzling Crispy Sinigang is A New Take on the Filipino Classic

manam frozen brazo
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G/F Net Park Bldg, 4th Ave
(02) 8332 9390

BRAZO

BRAZO mainly specializes in frozen Brazo de Mercedes cakes and they come in four different flavors: Original, Cheesecake, Ube, and Chocolate. And if you’re feeling a little more extra, they’ve got Brazo cupcakes too!

brazo cakes frozen brazo in tin
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Ombu Kusina – Tomas Morato

If there’s anything we recommend you get at Ombu Kusina, it would definitely have to be their frozen Brazo de Mercedes. Each slice is made of heavenly layers of frozen soft meringue, custard filling, ice cream, and a crumbly graham cracker crust.

ombu kusina frozen brazo
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G/F Sequoia Hotel, 91-93 Mother Ignacia St cor Timog Ave near Tomas Morato, South Triangle, Quezon City
(02) 8441 1789

Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew – Kapitolyo

A playful gastronomic experience is what you’ll get at Tittos. Their frozen Brazo in particular is served with crushed Oreos, whipped cream, blueberries, and strawberries.

tittos frozen brazo with crushed oreos
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16 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(0917) 812 2243 | (02) 8535 9212

Bless Las Paellas Cafe – Greenhills Promenade

This local Spanish restaurant has been around for many years now but the evolution of their menu is a sure sign of great things to come. Their frozen Brazo can be a contender in the best dessert category against their churros.

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2/F Greenhills Promenade Mall Missouri St. corner Annapolis St.
(02) 820 5888

Butternut Bakery – SM Megamall

Butternut Bakery is the sister company of Carlito’s Catering offering solely cakes and pastries. Their Brazo cakes are a dreamy 5-layer combination of fluffy meringue and yema and they come in an ube version too!

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3/F SM Megamall Dona Julia Vargas Ave cor EDSA
(0908) 638 4203

Bellefleur by Beatrix – Missouri St.

Once a home-based bakery, Bellefleur specializes in making beautiful and freshly-baked cakes and pastries. Their ube frozen Brazo is a definite must-try.

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Ground Floor, Unimart, Club Filipino Avenue, San Juan, 1503 Metro Manila
(0945) 123 4577 |  (0928) 621 5669

Cara Mia Gelateria – SM Megamall

Cara Mia is a homegrown ice cream chain serving freshly-made gelato, ice cream cakes, and even gelato shakes. Their take on their frozen Brazo is the perfect pairing for their coffee-based beverages.

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3/F SM Megamall, St Francis St, Mandaluyong
(02) 8636 1340 

Craft Coffee Revolution – Broadway Avenue

Craft Coffee is known for its special brews and various brewing methods but their desserts are buzz-worthy as well. One of their bestselling cakes is the frozen Brazo that’s served straight from the freezer so you’ll have to wait a little bit before you dig in. 

craft coffee revolution frozen brazo
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66 B Broadway Ave
(02) 8570-3436

Mom and Tina’s Bakery Cafe – South Triangle

Mom and Tina’s has always been one of the go-to’s for cozy home-cooked American and Filipino meals and a slice of their Brazo de Mercedes is surely one of the few offerings on their dessert menu that you should not miss.

mom and tina's brazo
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58 Sgt. Esguerra Ave., South Triangle
(02) 8332 3080 | (02) 8332 3579

Florabel – Capitol Commons

Florabel is a fine dining restaurant that serves a mix of Filipino and continental food. Their version of frozen Brazo looks so good you’re sure to take at least a dozen photos.

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G/F Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, Meralco Ave cor Shaw Blvd, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(0917) 568 1046

Vargas Kitchen – Rockwell

Vargas Kitchen started out as a homebased business selling family favorites and are famously known for their buttercake as well as their Brazo de Mercedes.

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Marketplace by Rustans, Powerplant Mall, Makati
(0917) 811 0712

Rustic Mornings by Isabelo – Marikina

This hidden gem inside Marikina is best known for their picturesque interiors and breakfast platters. To cap off your hearty meals, why not try a slice of their frozen Brazo?

rustic mornings frozen brazo
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11 Isabelo Mendoza St., San Roque, Marikina
(02) 8425 8610 | (02) 8681 2461 | (0917) 700 5810

Dimpy’s – Molito Lifestyle Center

Dimpy’s is a popular homebased bakeshop and is considered one of the pioneers of the frozen Brazo. Their frozen Brazo is definitely a crowd-favorite and cost PHP850 for the whole cake.

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Molito Complex, Madrigal Ave, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa
(0917) 527 9368

Maria Makes

Maria Makes is another homebased brand that makes frozen Brazo based off a family recipe. The bonus? Apart from the classic Brazo (or what they call Vanilla) they come in multiple flavors like Avocado, Ube, Cookies & Cream, and Caramel Macchiato.

maria makes caramel macchiato frozen brazo
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(0917) 828 3857

Sweet Life by Ange

If you’re a fan of food bazaars and market events, then you’ve probably already encountered Sweet Life by Ange. Aside from its special frozen Brazo, Sweet Life by Ange also offers made-to-order cakes for special occasions. 

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Purple Pad Thai – Pampanga

Wild card alert! Purple Pad Thai is a homegrown restaurant located in Angeles City. And surprise! Their version of the frozen Brazo is actually spiked with a durian twist.

purple pad thai frozen brazo durian
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303 Ventura St., Marisol Subd., Bgy. Benigno Aquino, Angeles City
(045) 304 9607 | (0915) 621 1887

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