April 03, 2019

7 Must-Try Dessert Stalls in the Metro

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  • Having a piece or a scoop of your favorite sweet treat definitely makes wonders, especially with the scorching heat this summer. If milk teas aren’t your thing, don’t worry as there are lots of stores which can satisfy your sweet tooth!

    In this list, we’ll let you know the must-try dessert places in Manila: those which are under the radar but totally worth the try. From ice-cold desserts to pastries, we got you covered! Here are some dessert stalls that you should know about:

    Ambassador’s Ice Cream

    From the brains behind Go! Salads and Shoobie Sorbet, Ambassador’s Ice Cream sells guilt-free ice cream with dairy-free scoops–perfect for vegans!  Their ice creams are guaranteed lactose-free and they use vegan ingredients on their toppings.

    Try out their Golden Milk with vegan cookie dough or their newest flavor, the Mango BiscoffSingle Regular Scoop is priced at Php 110 while the Double Regular Scoops is priced at Php 210

    Branches: 3/F Mega Fashion G Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City and G/F, Rustan’s Makati, Courtyard Drive cor Ayala Ave, Makati City
    Facebook: Ambassadorsicecream
    Instagram: @ambassadorsicecream

    Mood Bake

    You’ve probably seen this oh-so-yummy chocolate chip cookie all over social media. If you’re into cookies, try Mood, a cookie business by Filipina celebrity stylist Liz Uy.

    Get their signature Chunky Chocolate Chip Cookies for Php 495/box of 5 and Php 990/box of 10). Their pop-up store will still be at Greenbelt 5 for the whole month of April so make sure to drop by and try out these freshly-baked goodies!

    Branches: G/F Greenbelt 5, Makati City
    Facebook: moodbake
    Instagram: @moodbake

    Shoobie Sorbet

    Torn between getting an ice-cream or a smoothie for a quick refreshment? Get the best of both worlds with Shoobie Sorbets’ soft-serve sorbet! And did we mention that it’s vegan, too? To make it yummier, they use real fruits with no artificial flavors!

    If you happen to be around UP Town Center, make sure to drop by Shoobie Sorbets and try out their Strawberry and Blackberry Sorbet. Small cup is priced at Php 89, the medium cup is Php 139, and large is priced at Php 179.

    Branches: Phase 2, UP Town Center, Quezon City (beside Go! Salads)
    Facebook: shoobiesorbet
    Instagram: @shoobiesorbet

    Mo’s Cookies

    If small cookies aren’t enough to satisfy your tummy’s desires, then maybe Mo’s Cookies’ bigger-than-your-palm chocolate chip cookies will suffice. Have a bite of their Classic Chocolate Cookies or try out their Nutella Crinkles!

    Branches: Power Plant Mall, Hidalgo Drive, Makati City, and The Mess Hall, Karrivin Plaza Pasong Tamo Extension, Makati
    Instagram: @mocookiesforyou

    Dojo Dairy

    Dojo Dairy is a Japanese brand of ice cream. It’s a lot denser than other ice creams as it is slowly churned with less air. They also take pride in the fact that they do not use additives and emulsifiers in producing their famed desserts.

    Try out their unique flavors which include: Wasabi, Miso Sake, Seaweed, and Black Sesame, a total Japanese flavors! Prices start at Php 270.00 for 8 oz., 16 oz. at Php 485, and 32 oz. at Php 875.

    Promenade Greenhills Shopping Center, Ortigas Ave., Greenhills San Juan,
    SM Mega Food Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City
    Little Tokyo, Chino Roces Ave, Pasong Tamo Corner Amorsolo Street, Makati, City
    Facebook: DojoDairy
    Instagram: @dojodairy


    Elait, a treat that became popular in Thailand, specializes in rolled ice cream. Other than serving mouth-watering desserts, Elait translates happiness through their rolled ice cream while encouraging everyone to learn basic sign language to break the barrier and communicate with their hearing-impaired staff.

    Also read: Elait in Makati: Happiness in a cup

    Their bestseller is the Strawberry Strifle (Php 180), made with fresh strawberries and mixed with cream cheese, almonds, and ladyfingers, wherein a blend of tangy and sweet will take over your palate.

    Branches: SM Mall of Asia, Pasay, Ayala The 30th Mall, Pasig, Century City Mall, Makati, Santolan Town Plaza, San Juan, SM San Lazaro, SM Manila, Venice Grand Canal, Taguig, and SM North Edsa
    Facebook: Elait
    Instagram: @elaitph

    Maxi Mango

    The mango float craze is all over the internet, and if you’re in Metro Manila, you’ve got to try Maxi Mango’s Mango Float!

    A serving of their famed mango float cup is made with mango ice cream, mango bits, crushed graham crackers, and sweet cream. A small cup of Mango Float is priced at Php 75, the medium is Php 95 and the large is Php 109. They also have mango shakes and mango juice floats here!

    Branches: SM Mall of Asia, Pasay, Ayala The 30th Mall, Pasig, Century City Mall, Makati, Santolan Town Plaza, San Juan, SM San Lazaro, SM Manila, Venice Grand Canal, Taguig, and SM North Edsa
    Facebook: maximangoph
    Instagram: @maximangoph

    Also read: 10 Places Where You Can Try Unique Ice Cream Flavors near Manila

    Have you tried any of these dessert stores? Which one’s your favorite? Share it with us below!

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