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It takes two to mango.

Love mango desserts? Then check out some of the restaurants in Manila who serve the BEST mango desserts in different shapes and sizes all over Metro Manila.

Fun fact: Did you know that the Philippines produces about 900,000 tons of mangoes every year?

Sebastian’s Ice Cream – various branches

Boasting unique and imaginative ice cream flavors, Sebastian’s Ice Cream is a local and artisanal ice cream shop constantly striving to give customers a new experience with the frozen dessert. With Filipino-inspired ice cream flavors like sapin-sapin, mangga’t suman, and champorado at dilis, Sebastian’s has definitely stood out from the rest.

Try their Green Mango Sorbet with Bagoong!

Green Mango Sorbet with Bagoong from Sebastian's
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Mango with Tapioca – Hui Lau Shan

After bringing Philippine mangoes all around the world, they’ve finally come home! Hui Lau Shan is a dessert shop from Hong Kong with over 300 branches around the world, serving the best handmade mango desserts such as Mango Aloe Jelly in Mango Juice, Mango Coconut Juice with Mango Jelly, Mango Mochi, Mango with Tapioca, and Mango Ice Cream.

Insider tip: They have a mango milk tea mash-up! This series includes Milk Tea with Mango Jelly and Sago, Milk Tea with Mango Pudding, and more!
Milk Tea with Mango Pudding and Sago from Hui Lau Shan
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SM Megamall Atrium, Ortigas, Mandaluyong

Mango Dream Float – Mango Frost

Located in Pasig, Mango Frost is a mango-based dessert spot that serves up incredible mango soft serves, blended shakes, and more. Cool down with only the freshest tropical flavors with Mango Frost!

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Insider tip: You can get Buy One Get One Mango Dream Float for only P90 P180!

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G/F Unimart Supermarket, Capitol Commons, Oranbo, Pasig
(0995) 962-5103

Mango Soft Serve – Maxi Mango

Maxi Mango is a dessert stall that offers up mango desserts which highlight a Filipino well-loved dessert – mango float – in a number of interesting and delicious ways. Try out their best seller the Mango Soft Serve which is a deconstructed version of a Mango Float.

Maxi Floats from Maxi Mango
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Mango Graham Sundae – Mango Float Supreme Manila

Mango Float Supreme is a dessert spot that serves up signature twists on classic mango drinks, blends, and desserts.

Mango Graham Sundae from Mango Float Supreme Manila
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Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Mango Vanilla Sundae for only ₱138 ₱69!

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G/F Lucky Chinatown Mall, Reina Regente St., Binondo, Manila
(0917) 174-3328

Mango Pancakes – Baker & Cook

Baker & Cook is a premium bakery offering beautiful, Instagram-worthy pastries, delicious breads, hand-crafted pizza and dessert innovations.

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Khai Niao Ma Muang – Just Thai

Just Thai is a homey restaurant offering authentic Thai classics. Specialties include Pad Thai, Kuai Tiao Neua, and Gai Ob Nai Toey.

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Torta Mangga – Locavore

The home of the popular Sizzling Sinigang and Oyster Sisig brings us this delicate masterpiece: their Torta Mangga. Made with mangoes, meringue, tablea, AND dulce de leche?! We dare you not to dive right in.

Insider tip: You could even add a scoop of Sorbetes on top.
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Sticky Rice with Mango – Azuthai

Thailand’s undeniable similarity to the Philippines has made our cuisines almost intertwined in history. Azuthai’s Sticky Rice with Mango is the perfect ending to a savory gastronomical adventure of Bangkok’s finest.

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G/F Milkyway Bldg., 900 A Arnaiz Ave cor Paseo de Roxas, San Lorenzo, Makati
(02) 8817-6252; (02) 8813-0671; (0926) 280-5232

Fried Suman, Mangga & Chocnut – Neil’s Kitchen

The South is a beautiful wonderland to explore for every foodie who is willing to brave hours of traffic. One of the fast rising Filipino restaurants is Neil’s Kitchen which serves traditional Filipino food with a twist. Their Fried Suman with Mangga and Chocnut is the perfect showcase of their commitment to promote the local desserts that we grew up loving.

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Fried Suman and Mango – Sentro 1771

Sentro’s take on the traditional glutinous rice is made more special with our very own sweet mangoes.

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Mango Milk Gelato – Manila Creamery

Manila Creamery’s humble beginnings as a stall at food bazaars has made it into one of the well-known local artisan ice cream joints in Manila. They are the ideal example of a homegrown establishment that uses locally sourced ingredients to promote our culture. Their Mango Suman Ice Cream is always sold out within a few hours after opening!

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Mango Bingsu – Cafe SeolHwa Bingsu

The K-Pop invasion has brought about many fanatics of the nation. Good news for us foodies, their growing presence opened the doors to local and authentic Korean joints which serves the best of what their cuisine has to offer. Their classic shaved ice dessert + our local mangoes brought about the birth of this new found favorite dessert trend in the country.

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The Winter of Love – The Dessert Kitchen

Ever since the opening of their flagship store in Rockwell, The Dessert Kitchen’s drool-worthy desserts have taken over Manila’s Instagram feeds by storm. This Hong Kong-based franchise is experimenting with some locally-sourced ingredients with its specialized menus which caters to the ever-changing palate of the Filipino, thus, their mango-infused desserts like The Winter of Love.

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Mango Bravo Cake – Conti’s

It’s one of those cakes that you just can’t miss. The beautiful and over the top presentation of Conti’s trademark Mango Bravo cake just screams “EAT ME, I’M WORTH IT.” It’s a classic dessert that is a perfect addition to any occasion.

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Mango Mille Crepe – Papermoon Cafe

Madame Emy Wanda’s creations generated long lines at its branches last year with her unique mille crepe cakes from Tokyo. One of her locally-inspired masterpieces is the Mango Crepe available in large, mini, and slice options.

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Now we’re all wishing that we had our very own mango trees planted in our backyards. Remember–there’s always room for dessert! Don’t forget to take us with you on your next food trip. Just tag us on Instagram (@bookyapp) for a chance to be featured on our lists.

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Go ahead, indulge yourselves.