5 Desserts from Around the World You Can Try Right Here in Manila

4. These pretty looking crepes from Crepe Amelie

Photo: Crepe Amelie Facebook

In the heart of the busy city of Makati is two branches of this lovely, quaint French cafe and restaurant, Crepe Amelie. You can find one within the quiet neighborhood of Salcedo Village, while its sister is all the way in the more bustling, hip area of Poblacion. Whichever location you choose to visit though, Crepe Amelie easily catches the eyes (and hearts) of customers, not just with its cozy interiors and big French windows that allow a whole lot of natural light in (perfect for Instagram), but with its stand-out crepes that patrons keep going back for and highly recommend.

Photo: Crepe Amelie Facebook

What to try? Their dessert crepes, of course! There’s the most basic ones like Butter and Sugar or Butter Caramel, and then the more loaded options like S’mores, Dutch Apple Caramel, Mango Samurai, and more. Dessert crepe prices start at P110, with the premium flavors starting at P300 and up.

Where to find them:
Poblacion: GF, A. Venue Mall, Makati Avenue, Poblacion, Makati
Salcedo: GF, Antel 2000 Corporate Center, Valero Street, Salcedo Village, Makati

5. These soft and sinfully good bingsu from SnowBing

Soft, sweet, and beat-the-heat cold. You can’t not love bingsu. This cold dessert that hails from Korea is made up of milky, finely shaved ice and topped with an array of ingredients or fruits. A nice treat on a hot Philippine day, if you ask us. SnowBing has two locations in Metro Manila, one in SM North Edsa and one in Trinoma.

You can choose from more than 10 flavors of bingsu, like Strawberries and Cream, Salted Caramel, Choco Brownie, Matcha Green Tea, Tiramisu, and more. Our recommendation? Get them all!

Where to find them:
Second Floor, North Towers, SM City North EDSA
Upper Ground Floor, Ayala Malls Feliz, Dela Paz, Pasig

What are other desserts from around the world that you can have here in Manila? Tell us in the comments!

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