Feb 28, 2017

Pinoy Sweet Tooth: 8 Dessert Places in BGC

Bonifacio Global City or BGC for short is surely an interesting place to be. It is simply brimming with various luxury malls, where you can shop ‘til you drop, as well as condos for sale in The Fort – which you can purchase or rent according to your needs.

Pinoys, who have a sweet tooth, also consider it a heaven for the countless dessert places they can go to in order to satisfy their cravings. Here are some of them, now:

Seol and Bean

Address: The Fort Strip, 28th St, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

Seol and Bean is a Korean dessert shop that specializes in bingsu (or Patbingsu). It is a delicious ice dessert (very similar to “halo-halo”) that uses sweet ingredients like red beans, fruit syrup, condensed milk, and chopped fruits.

Marmalade Kitchen

Address: Unit 2-5 Forum South Global, Federacion Drive cor 7th Ave, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

Chef Aileen Anastacio’s Marmalade Kitchen serves various comfort foods throughout the day (breakfast, brunch, and dinner). It has a wide variety of desserts including lava cakes, cupcakes, apple pies, and cheesecakes.

Casa Italia

Address: Forbes Town Center, Burgos Circle, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

If you prefer handcrafted premium gelato, which has been imported from Singapore, then Casa Italia is the place for you. They have several flavors you can choose from which includes Mama’s Cookies, Forest Berries, Whiskey, and Dark Truffle.

Café Seolhwa

Address: The Forum, Federacion, BGC, Taguig, 1634 Metro Manila

Café Seolhwa is another Korean dessert place in BGC that sweet lovers will surely love. It is actually one of the most popular places that serves bingsu in town today. This is primarily because of the finely shaved ice they serve their customers. Apparently, it can withstand scorching heat for up to 30 minutes – which is ideal for a place like the Philippines.

LAVA Cheese Tarts

Address: LG/F SM Aura, 26th St cor McKinley Parkway, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

LAVA serves customers Japanese-inspired molten lava cheese tarts, which have been created out of four local cheeses. They have various offerings like the “Strong and Sharp” and “Soft and Mild” for you to enjoy!

Paper Moon Café

Address: 3/F SM Aura Premier, 26th St, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

Paper Moon comes from Lady M – a famous cake boutique located in New York. It specialized on Mille Feuille, a cake which has a total of 20 layers of crepes that are paper thin. Their best-sellers are Strawberry Mille Crepe, Chocolate Mille Crepe, and Original Mille Crepe.

Freezer Burn

Address: G/F Q3, Bonifacio High Street, 9th Ave, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

Freezer Burn offers its customers an out of this world dessert experience. They are most popular for their hot and cold combo creations like the Junkie, Ketchup Fries Mayo, and Morning Glory.

Sunnies Café

Address: B3 Unit 748, Bonifacio High Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

Sunnies Café, an LA-inspired restaurant-slash-café, is all about fusing travel, food, and fashion altogether. Foodies have been raving about this place for quite some time now. They especially love its thick milkshakes, Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie, and SunniesFunfettie.
Would you consider yourself a dessert-lover?

If yes, then what are you waiting for?! Visit these places now and see whether they truly are dessert-worthy!

About the author:

Katrina is your average gal living inside the metro who has passion for writing, travel and photography. She admires nature at its finest and always wanted to become one of them. Dreaming to have the Cinderella life one day, humming with the birds, dancing with the clouds.

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