7 Icy Treats Perfect for the Summer

Who doesn't love an icy, refreshing treat to help you chill out?

If the sweltering summer heat is making you melt, we’ve made a rundown of fun cold desserts you can easily find in Manila. Who doesn’t love an icy, refreshing treat to help you chill out? 


The Farmacy’s Classic Banana Split


Nothing beats a classic. This treat is has all of your fave things: bananas, ice cream, whipped cream, nuts, chocolate, and of course, cherries on top! 

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The Superfood Grocer’s Super Scoops Ice Cream 

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 Café Seolhwa’s Bingsu

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The Lost Bread’s Soft Brioche French Toast ala Mode 

This milkshake bar really knows how to shake things up! This French toast combines ice cream, salted yema, and bruleed bananas. 


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 Sebastian’s 30-layer Ice Pops

These ice pops celebrate the country’s local flavors with their halo-halo and mais con hielo flavored popsicles, creatively layered with fun colors. 

Llucia Churreria's Soft-served Churros


Crunchy churros served over a smooth soft-serve ice cream, then drizzled with either chocolate or caramel sauce. Yum! 

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Main image by Riell Santos; Dessert images from Instagram

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