Freezer Burn

G/F B3, Bonifacio High Street, 11th Ave. cor. 28th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Freezer Burn
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Haidee C.
5.0 Stars

Beat the heat. The Dark Chocolate is really good just like eating a chocolate icing

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Innah P.
5.0 Stars
5

First time I went to Freezerburn, I was with my best girlfriend and we only had one treat -- Junkie. I immediately fell in love with the dessert as it is not that sweet and the items compliment each other's flavors. A few months after, my family and I went on a foodventure and we decided to eat at Freezerburn for our dessert. This time I tried their Milkshake while the rest of the fam tried the different treats. From sweets to savory, you'll surely fall in love with the idea of their menu. The "Instagram-worthy" ambiance is a plus, too! For those of you who wants to satisfy their sweet tooth, check this place out!

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Nikki C.
4.0 Stars
4

After a hearty dinner with my dad at Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen, we had to take a long walk towards SLMC Global. He wanted to get some 127846 and mentioned that along the way, i knew we'd be able to get some 9786. #butinalangreliablesilooloo

We stopped by at Baskin' but my dad finds it too complicated and the flavor he wanted wasn't there, so lakad pa more coz I know Freezer Burn is the next one 128513. Went inside, he saw something that he liked, tried a few flavors and ended up buying our ice creams here 128513128077🏻

He got the small scoop maple something with pecan (90php) & I got a small scoop of cookies and cream with junk goodies {nips, and other bits of chocolates and sweets} (90php)127846

Upon reaching the hospital, we ended up buying another round of salad desserts 128517

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Unisse C.
5.0 Stars
2

This is a long overdue post! 128557

My friend and I wanted to get some dessert after having lunch at Namoo House. Since we were pretty full and we parked near High Street, we walked back from Uptown Mall and had dessert here.

I wanted to try their salted egg composed dessert but since Chinese New Year just passed, they had that lemon chicken composed dessert.

I asked, what's in the lemon chicken?

They said, ah, it's lemon sauce ice cream with crispy chicken skin.

My reaction: 128561128561128561128525128525128525

Me to my friend, let's get that?

My friend, sure!

Yep, chicken skin was the selling point for me on this dessert! Who thought you can pair chicken skin with ice cream?!?! But it worked really well!! The chicken skin was salty and tasted somewhat like Chinese pork jerky or floss. 128077🏼 Really good on getting that "Chinese" taste! The lemon sauce ice cream was very thick and I really liked it too!

I'm really amazed at how the chefs of Freezer Burn keep making these out-of-the-box desserts for us! 10084

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Sandy V.
4.0 Stars
3

Liked the darkest of the chocolate 128077🏻

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Norman Lester T.
5.0 Stars

Freezer Burn came up with another composed dessert this Valentine's season. Yup, it's Strawberry and Chocolate Duo.

Yay! What?! Two of my favorite ice cream flavors! This composed dessert came with with warm chocolate cake. And I kid you not, the chocolate cake was so moist that I liked it so much. It's more of a lava cake for me, as the center has warm chocolate filling. The strawberry ice cream was heavenly. It's creamy, and not too sweet. The chocolate ice cream was different from their usual dark chocolate ice cream (which is btw so rich and thick). The one in this duo is their "light" chocolate ice cream. This was good too! It was lighter in terms of texture but the dark chocolate taste was still evident. I just think that the cotton candy was too much for this dessert. But hey, it looked so good in this duo so why not. 128539

What made this visit so exceptional was that my friend and I arrived here at 10:10pm yet they still accommodated us. Freezer Burn's closing time is 10pm and I guess the staff already called for last order (as the CLOSED sign was already up). The staff might have seen the sad face in me, and yes, she decided that I can still order! Yay yay yay. 10024 I immediately told her I wanted to try the Strawberry and Chocolate Duo (295php). The staff was still all-smile while preparing my order. Nice service you have there, Freezer Burn! Thank you!

P.S. Their composed desserts come in two sizes: solo (225php) and for sharing (295php).

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Edison A.
5.0 Stars
3

"If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it." Thats whats inside the fortune cookie on my Lemon Chicken ice cream. This Chinese new year inspired creation by Chef Miko and Chef Kristine seems a little odd. But really the flavorful chicken skin compliments the tangy ice cream. For PhP150 you also get a fortune cookie and a chocolate gold coin. + Points for innovation! Congrats and best of luck Freezer Burn. 128522

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Norman Lester T.
4.0 Stars

Finally got to try this Lemon Chicken composed dessert last week with Cindy S and Edison A. 10024

After our lunch, I made sure we visit Freezer Burn as I've been reading a lot of good stuff regarding this particular ice cream combo. And yes. They were right! The ice cream was zesty with the right amount of sourness and sweetness. The chicken skin was crispy and flavorful. It's kind of salty but it worked as a good partner of the ice cream.

P.S. I also got to sample their Salted Egg ice cream but I had mixed feelings for it. Next time I'll have more! 128539

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars
3

Winner winner chicken (skin) dinner. I had this gut feeling Freezer Burn would come out with an event flavor for the Lunar New Year celebrations. And one quick check on Looloo confirmed my hunch! 128517

Another ingenious piece of work from the folks behind Freezer Burn! They call it Lemon Chicken coz... Lemon Chicken -> Chinese dish -> Chinese New Year -> Chicken -> Year of the Rooster. It all makes sense haha.

Its basically Lemon sauce ice cream paired with crispy chicken skin. Not Lemon ice cream, mind you. Lemon SAUCE ice cream, as in the sauce you have on Lemon Chicken. And the ice cream it tastes just like it!!! 128079128079128079 The crispy chicken skin was thin, crunchy, and well-seasoned. I think it even had some grated cheese on it? And it wasnt dripping with oil and fat at all! They could have baked this one kaya? 128079128079128079

I wouldn't say the two necessarily went well together as seemlessly as Lemon Chicken, but individually they were great! I could munch on that chicken skin all day and finish a pint of that lemon sauce ice cream. Heck, eating them at the same time doesn't take anything away from it.

The lucky gold chocolate coin and the fortune cookie were a nice touch too! 128076

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Ruth S.
4.0 Stars
3

Felt a little adventurous and tried the latest creation of Chef Miko - THE LEMON CHICKEN ICE CREAM one fine sunny afternoon.

At first, I really don't know what to expect. I was like "Lemon Chicken??? As in chicken tapos ice cream??? 128563128563128563"

YES!! Lemon Chicken Ice Cream!! And surprisingly, it's SO GOOD, I CAN'T EVEN!!! 128557 It may sound weird and asdfghjkl but I swear, it works!!! The ice cream's super lemony, it's creamy and not too sour or sweet. Tamang tama lang! And the chicken skin's so crispy with the right hint of sourness c/o the lemon zest and lemon marinade. 128155128155

Lemon Chicken Ice Cream: chicken skin marinated in lemon juice, baked till crispy, then sprinkled with w some lemon zest and paired with zi best lemon ice cream!! 128525

Also, since it's my first time here (Why ruth whyy!!!!), Chef Miko let me try another dessert -- the OLA. 128588🏼

Ola, OLA!!! 128518128541

Dark Choco Ice cream + Churros + Meringue + Cookie.

I loved the ice cream because dark. It's not just any dark chocolate ice cream because this one's the darkest of the dark chocolate. It's thick and oh so rich with tiny bits of chocolate. It may sound too much or heavy but surprisingly it is not that much and what's even better is that it's not too (overly) sweet, as well. It paired well with the soft and not oily churros. It's like eating la lola churros but instead of a hot choco dip, I have an ice cream. If you like dark choco, you should try this one!! 128521

Can't wait to go back here again w Ony and my friends! 128513128149

PS: woah, 16 recos? Hahaha. 128518128517

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Anna d.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Reich T.
5.0 Stars
3

The ice cream genius is at it again! If you think Ketchup and Mayo is a lil cray cray, well how does Lemon Chicken Ice Cream sound??? I know, i know. I went a lil off the rail when i heard about it.

FoodSocietyPh got dibs on Freezer Burn's new flavor. Woo-hoo! Freezer Burn never fails to make us giddy! We were greeted by Chef Miko and he enthusiastically explained the birth of lemon chicken ice cream.

The aforementioned components is a staple on every Chinese Restaurant and since tis the season to Kung Hei Fat Choi, why not make a new composed dessert. Fret not, the ice cream doesn't taste like fowl. So, throw all the skepticism out the window.

The bright yellow frozen treat is made of fresh lemons and the finest ingredients churned to perfection. The consistency is thick and doesn't melt easily. The ice cream tastes just like the fruit! I swear! It is not too sweet and has the right amount of tang. It is a spoonful of freshness on a humid day. It tastes like summer. I think i saw sunflowers after the first spoonful. The chicken skin on the other hand is nothing but awesome. Marinated with lemon juice and baked to perfection. The toasted lemon zest makes it even more addicting.

I know its not supposed to work together but i hate to break it to you...it is a symphony of flavors and extremely tasty. I never doubted the craftsmanship behind this dessert hence i was expecting to be wowed. And i was blown away.

Swing by Freezer Burn now. Be a little adventurous and try Lemon Chicken Ice Cream.

Thank you, Chef Miko and Chef Kristine for having us.

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Clarissa P.
5.0 Stars
5

Freezer Burn has done it again! Imagine turning one classic Chinese dish into a dessert?!? What kind of crazy is that?!? Just in time for the Chinese New Year, Chef Miko & Chef Kristine made a new composed dessert - Lemon Chicken! When we learned about it, we can't imagine how it will turn out. Until we saw clues in Chef Miko's IG which made us giddy to go!

With the foodsocietyph crew, sans Ruth D huhuhu, we went to meet Chef Miko in Freezer Burn and he had us try it! Thanks so much Reich T for extending the invite!

Staying true to the Chinese New Year theme, a big scoop of Lemon Ice Cream was topped with a fortune cookie and a golden coin. Served with Chicken Skin by the side, this dessert is insane!

The lemon ice cream was thick, smooth and creamy. It had a strong lemon flavor but it wasn't too much or too sour. It was refreshing and not too sweet. You know that they only used fresh lemons here and not the usual lemon essence or flavoring because the ice cream didn't have that cloying sweet lemon taste. It was so good I can finish even two to three scoops of this all by my self!

The chicken skin was good too! Crunchy with some lemon zest, it was marinated with lemon juice giving it a not too strong lemon flavor as well. It was salty so it was the perfect compliment to the dessert. Best part? It's baked and not fried! Insert feeling healthy! LOL You can enjoy the ice cream and chicken skin separately and they'll both impress but combining them in one dunk is still the best!

Since it was Ruth S first time, she also tried Ola! I noticed that the Churros were not too sweet anymore, which I liked, and the dark chocolate ice cream was still - oh well super dark! Still the same quality as the first time I tried it 128522

PSA: Lemon Chicken will be available starting tomorrow - FRIDAY!

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Jayson J.
5.0 Stars
3

You've got to try this one, it's gonna be launched this coming Friday. Chef miko turned a Chinese dish into one of his composed desserts fir the chineee new year--lemon chicken!

128204128525 lemon chicken @250PhP (solo)
This is composed of deep fried chicken skin that's marinated with lemon zest so just this deli will already give you that classic lemon chicken taste. The lemon ice cream naman is really good. It's not super sour nor does it contain a syrupy taste. It's quite thick which i like. I was surprise to taste something lemony that's not made like sorbet. The fortune cookie and chocolate coin with it will give you that balancing taste to avoid cloying taste.

128204128525 darkest dark chocolate @150PhP per big scoop
If carousel got me with their coconut flavors, lamang naman ang freezer burn for the dark chocolate flavor. It's 70% dark chovolate with valrhona chocolate. So good it has real chocolate bars in the ice cream.

I can conclude now that the place has a poor ventilation. In a few minutes of staying, my eyes were irritated by whatever process they were doing inside (frying maybe). As safety officer, i suggest they should improve or add local ventilation in the store.

Their ketchup mayo flavors are already in the brim of its extinction. They say inuubos nalang daw yung stock nila.

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Gracielle R.
4.0 Stars

Tried their Christmas flavor - Santa's fave!!! Sarap!! 128525

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Denise R.
2.0 Stars
6

I honestly don't understand the hype of this dessert place. Must be the hip looking presentation of the desserts? The instagram-worthy background (I'm guessing this, as I keep on seeing giggling teens taking pictures of their orders against an artsy fartsy wall)?

Unfortunately, Freezer Burn failed me in terms of taste, value for money, ambiance, and the ecstatic feeling that desserts supposedly provide.

I ordered the Ola, which was composed of a scoop of chocolate ice cream, churros, meringue and a cookie. The ice cream was sickeningly sweet and was too heavy for my liking. The churros were supposed to help balance the flavor but it didn't; in fact, I didn't even finish it. Lastly, the cookie, meringue, and a syringe filled with some sweet liquid or cream were mere ornaments and didn't help enhance the flavor. These, for me, were unecessary adds to my sore throat, sugar level, and overall dissatisfaction.

Ambiance--cute, but why in the world did this place smell like a cafeteria kitchen? After leaving the area, my clothes and my hair smelled like I came from a restaurant that had inefficient exhaust. Thank God I was heading home after my visit, else I don't know how to explain how I came from an ice cream shop but smelled like I cooked a full meal in a kitchen.

Hence, sorry but I will most likely not come back here again 128547

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Keisha R.
4.0 Stars

The "Simbang Gabi" was quite too sweet... but i loved the salted egg ice cream alone by itself. i wouldve loved it if they werent that pricey though.

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

Ugh, why why why are all these Christmas specials coming out. This is making it 1000x harder to watch what i'm eating this month. That fear of missing out on trying it once its gone compels me to purposely give myself a reason to eat more than the usual.

Anyway, 3 out of the 4 Christmas creations interested me, and my main takeaway is that the folks at Freezer Burn surprisingly make a good bibingka! Try the Simbang Gabi to know what i'm talking about. And it doesn't hurt that the salted egg ice cream that goes with it is pretty mean too!

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Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars
4

Nothing screams “Christmas is near” than the good ol’ bibingka and puto bumbong. These two holiday staples are slowly popping here and there again and it is not surprising that the innovative ice cream parlor Freezer Burn will incorporate it in its offerings sooner or later.

Hello, Freezer Burn!

I was lucky to be invited by High Street's favorite dessert shop to sample some of its limited edition Christmas flavors and I decided to go for Simbang Gabi (PHP225, solo | PHP295, regular) and Santa’s Fave (PHP225, solo | PHP295, regular). Too bad I couldn’t sample all as I was alone when I dropped by and I do not have the heart to waste awesome ice cream just to take photos and a few spoonfuls.

The place was quite packed when I dropped by and I perfectly understand why. It was so hot outside and it would make you think that it’s not Christmas at all. But seeing my two desserts suddenly made me sing Jose Mari Chan’s entire Christmas album!

I first sampled Simbang Gabi as its cotton candy was starting to melt because of the intense humidity. Though I’m crazy about salted egg, I wasn’t too crazy with its ice cream version. However, magic happened when I ate it with the freshly baked fluffy bibingka. I got to fully appreciate the not so common ice cream flavor when paired with its warm counterpart as its salty flavor popped out more. I also loved the crushed merengue bits which added texture to the dessert.

But my tastebuds were with St. Nick this time around as I liked Santa’s Fave a lot more than the offering with a Filipino twist. I may be biased here though as I love cinnamon. Santa’s Fave is composed of salted cinnamon ice crew and paired with to-die-for chocolate chip cookies.

I couldn’t stop myself from having one spoonful after another of this dessert which also had merengue bits at the bottom! I was clearly hooked! It was like having that perfect snack Santa loves to munch on while sneaking inside the house to leave either a nice present or charcoal for the naughty kids. I loved the chocolate chip cookie so much that I brought home the last cookie and ate it with milk before going to bed. It was simply perfect!

The other holiday treats available are White Christmas (mascarpone ice cream with vanilla lava toast), Peppermint Candy Cane (peppermint candy cane ice cream with fudge brownies) and Salted Egg Milkshake. If you sampled the limited edition Halloween ice cream of Freezer Burn, you’d have an idea of what White Christmas tastes like.

As usual, great job, Freezer Burn, Chef Miko and Chef Kristine! Again, thank you! 10084

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Jayson J.
3.0 Stars
2

I told myself that i will be back as soon as i can to try the salted egg milkshake. I could only reminisce how my satisfaction was cut short on the launch on holiday edition of composed desserts. It was just the right time i was at the south to do some delivery to our warehouse. Called up Christina R for a quick fix of that longed for milkshake.

Traffic was the perfect appetizer. It was really good to have in mind freezer burn's cool ambience. Although it might get really crowded inside, I'm keeping my hopes high that it's not crowded.

128204 salted egg with cheese milkshake @250PhP
One scoop salted egg with cheese ice cream blended in milk, poured over 5 pieces tube ice, topped with salted egg cheese ice cream and a cute yellow cotton candy. Wait. 5 tube ice? No way. Boo about this. The ice cream itself is a little fishy. But overall the taste is good. It's just the ice that was bothering me. But milkshakes? Try manila creamery. Cheaper and better.

128204128525 santa's fave @295PhP (share)
I ordered this for myself. Cant get over the delicious chocolate chip cookies to go with this composed dessert. Five pieces of this good thing made my night! Crunchy and chocolatey. The ice cream is a little extraordinary so pwede narin. The thing is i hope chef could lessen the merengue in those composed desserts and all will be fine.

That night it was not so jam packed thank God! And maybe it's more sulit if you buy a pint of ice cream.
And oh, was it just me or is the service really slow?

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