Unique Desserts in QC That You Must Try

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Unique Desserts in QC That You Must Try

Always save room for dessert.

| November 26, 2016

Unique Desserts in QC That You Must Try

By Therese Aseoche

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Not much has been said about the little pockets of gold in Quezon City, but those who frequent the area know that QC is a wonderland of under-the-radar cafés and restaurants. No one can ever master the city like the back of their hand because there’s always something new and unique popping up every so often.

And if you’re on a quest to satisfy your sweet tooth with unique and obscure dessert finds, head to these dessert shops in QC.

8. POPcafe by Kettle Korn

Via Booky

GF, SM City Fairview, Novaliches, Quezon City
(02) 374-8980
Open Sunday to Thursday from 10a.m. to 9p.m., Friday to Saturday from 10a.m. to 10p.m.
Budget for two – P250

Talk about a stunning transformation of the staple movie snack. Kettle Korn is the first one to ever put up a specialty popcorn dessert shop locally and people are loving it. You can choose from a variety of “gourmet” flavors like Caramel Green Apple and Matcha, or opt for the healthier popcorn snacks they have available. But their signature offering is the Popstix, a popcorn ball on a stick dipped in liquid nitrogen for that smoky effect you have to capture on camera.


7. Vanderlust Bistro + Patisserie

100 Scout De Guia Corner Tomas Morato Avenue, Sacred Heart, Quezon City
(02) 954-0401 | Facebook
Open Sunday to Thursday from 12nn to 10p.m., Friday to Saturday from 12nn to 2a.m.
Budget for two – P600

This European-inspired restaurant serves well-loved European pastries with a Filipino twist. You won’t have German schneballen, Spanish churros, and Italian cannolis like Vanderlust’s anywhere else—not even in Europe!


6. Waff

Via Booky

The Yard at Xavierville, 83 Xavierville Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City
(+63) 917-805-2011 | Facebook
Open every day from 4a.m. to 12 midnight
Budget for two – P300

Serving what could be the current dessert trend in Manila, The Yard’s Waff creates delicious sweet and savory waffle desserts while leaving you a heartfelt note for an even sweeter experience.


5. Manila Creamery

3F, Cinema Level, UP Town Center, Katipunan Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City
(+63) 917-599-7963 | Facebook
Open Sunday to Thursday from 10a.m. to 9p.m., Friday to Saturday from 10a.m. to 10p.m.
Budget for two – P300

With the variety of specialty ice cream shops around the Metro, it’s difficult not to be surprised by what they could think of next. At Manila Creamery, you can get gelato with unusual flavors like melon, truffle mascarpone, and sesame, as well as gelato-based milkshakes that integrate Filipino tastes and delicacies like Turon, Ube, and the best-selling Matcha Taho.