Manila Creamery

Cinema Level, UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave., Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Manila Creamery
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4.5 Stars

13 Reviewers

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Category:
Gelato
Business Hours
Open: 11:00a - 11:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Jayson J.
5.0 Stars
5

This is something close to the heart. Hey guys, this is gelato, not ice cream. I have to hashtag my IG with gelato instead of ice cream.

Thanks ti Midz S for sharing her blessings here at the manila creamery. This is their first store. Away now from pop up markets (should this now explain why they were not around in the last gourmand market?)

Gelato flavors that we tried:
128204128525 cereal @120Php
128204128525 turon @120php
128204128525pistachio @120Php
128204128525mangga't suman @120php
128204 pili nuts @120php

I liked all gelato flavors. Really unique especially the turon. I was not able to appreciate the pili nuts flavor cause the taste was not lasting. It does taste good at first but I'm a little confused at the end.

Gelato shakes (oh yeah!)
128204 ube salted egg milkshake @180php
Ube gelato, salted egg caramel, a piece of puto, and a small piece of sapin sapin. Firstly, that sapin sapin truly tastes panis. It tastes a little sour. We told the server but they told us that it's new. Anyway, we just set it aside. I did not taste the salted egg caramel taste. Overall it was okay and it tasted like halo halo without all the halo. Lol.

128204128525 matcha taho @180php
I died of bitterness (ROTFL) at the first taste. It was so matcha pure. Until we discovered the milkshake is so much better if mixed, taking it with the taho. I did finish the milkshake.

I actually would buy this one over shakeaway milkshakes. And yeah, i'd still label this as ice cream. 128513
Salute to MC for truly living out the prominent words mounted on their wall "made the manila way"128588🏼

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Midz S.
4.0 Stars
5

I WON P1,000 GC FROM MANILA CREAMERY AND FOOD SOCIETY!!!

I invited my fellow foodie reviewers to enjoy these GCs with me. We arranged to meet at the gelato place on a Sunday afternoon.

We had a hard time choosing from the wide variety of flavors available! But we ended up trying out the following:

127859 Salted Egg Cheesecake
Cheesecake gelato with salted egg caramel and graham crackers.

127820 Turon
Saba and langka gelato with caramelized lumpia wrapper.

127792Roasted Milk and Pili
Roasted milk gelato with pili nuts.

127868 Cereal Milk
Cereal milk gelato with cornflake cookies

128155Mangga & Suman
Sticky rice gelato with mangoes and Visayan latik.

128154Pistachio
Typical pistachio gelato that you can get from good gelato shops. The taste of the pistachio was legit 128513

Okay, if you'll notice, I didn't elaborate on the taste of each of the flavors because THEY WERE ALL SO GOOD. My favorites were their turon and their roasted milk and pili because these are uniquely Filipino. Plus, the taste of the ingredients were really highlighted. My least favorite was their mangga and suman. It was also delicious but the other flavors stood out more. Well, because the other flavors tasted new to me.

128156Ube Salted Egg Shake P180
I loved this. I never knew that a sweet and salty milkshake will taste this great! It's also topped with puto and sapin-sapin, so it's kinda a food and drink in one 128523 The only flaw in this drink was that the sapin-sapin tasted old and sour. But no probs, it didn't ruin the taste of the drink anyway.

127861Matcha Taho Shake P180
I loved this as well! At first I loved the ube shake more, since we tried to share this shake by getting spoons of it instead of sipping it, and also because I found the matcha too strong and bitter. However, upon stirring and sipping the drink, everything changed. This drink is so heavenly! The taho went well with the matcha, since the taho was able to balance the bitterness of the matcha.

The place has a few seats inside and outside the store for you to enjoy your desserts, if you don't want to bring them with you while shopping.

I wasn't able to try the other flavors, but just seeing them on the display already made me want to try them out as well. I have a huge feeling that these will also taste amazingly, so it kinda doesn't matter which one I pick next, does it? So 'til the next time, Manila Creamery! 128522

Thanks to my friends EJ B, Jayson J, Norman Lester T for sharing these sweet cups of goodness with me 128522

Again, thank you for the GCs FOOD SOCIETY! 128536 Will arrange a food crawl with you guys soon!

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Muffy T.
5.0 Stars

My favourite "cereal milk" gelato with cookie bits right now 128561

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Clarissa P.
5.0 Stars
10

Manila Creamery is one of my top gelato picks and I've been stalking them in weekend markets and Glorietta for the longest time. I love the creativity of the owners when it comes to their flavors. They're so experimental and adventurous! They do not settle for just the usual flavors. Mangga't Suman, Mango Pomelo, Bacio, Guinumis, Tutong na Kanin are some of the unusual flavors that they definitely nailed! They have this magical wand that captures and locks in the flavors - from the real deal food to a gelato form, it's amazing how they transform them into thick, creamy gelato! They also know how to put texture into heir gelato so you will not be left with just the plain ice cream.

Manila Creamery has been camping in malls as a pop-up store and I have been wishing for them to open a full-fledged store somewhere! I mean, it's about time and I believe they already have a good army of followers. That's why the news of their UP Town Center store was such music to my ears! Can't be happier but I also wished that they'll open up a branch in the South area soon!

Their UP Town Center Cafe is located in the cinema area of the new building. It's very easy to locate if you're coming from the parking lot. As soon as you enter the mall, you'll be able to spot it. Well lit, open space and an open kitchen or work area, their gelato selection will greet you right away!

Got the chance to sample some of their creations through an invite that was extended to us by Reich T, day before they officially opened to the public. Manila Creamery x foodfanaticph, yay! We were greeted by the owners - Jason and Paolo and Jason told us about what they offer - gelato scoops, gelato shakes and coffee. It was a simple menu that they plan to expand as they progress.

There was one flavor I was eyeing during the visit - Salted Egg Cheesecake Gelato! Salted egg is everywhere and I was very curious how they will play with it. It was the first thing I tried and I was blown away! As usual, the gelato base was thick, smooth and creamy with a nice tangy cheesecake note. It was mixed with graham crumbs giving it a good texture and drizzled with salted egg sauce. OMG! The salted egg sauce is the bomb! It's thick and sweet, notes of caramel and a good salted egg flavor that was filled with umami goodness. I highly recommend to ask them to ADD SOME MORE of the salted egg sauce for a better gastronomic experience.

According to Jason, they only use organic duck eggs and use the yolk without any extenders. I can attest to that because the flavor of the salted egg yolk was really there - locked in and went well with the caramel.

Since I tagged the daughters along, I also asked for a cup of their Kinder Bueno gelato. Of course momma tried it first! It came in highly recommended for the kids by the staff. It indeed tasted like the chocolate itself! Sweet, chocolatey with the signature hazelnut flavor of Kinder Bueno! The little girls loved this too.

Then we moved on to try their gelato shakes. First was the Ube Salted Egg. The cup came in full with not just the gelato shake but with some toppings too! First was the snow white whipped cream that was generously drizzled with salted egg sauce. Second was the slice of Sapin-Sapin and third was the generous smear of Ube Halaya.

One sip was all I needed to LOVE this gelato shake! It was thick and rich, full of purple yam goodness with that salted egg after taste. It's sweet and sinful but definitely worth every calorie. The Sapin-Sapin was equally good too. According to Jason, they sourced it out somewhere in Blumentritt and he personally likes it.

We also tried their Matcha Taho Gelato Shake. But of course, Matcha-LOVE! Wouldn't pass the chance to try this. Topped with jellies and two sticks of Matcha Pocky, who would have thought that Matcha and Taho can go so well together?!? One sip, ahhhh... genius. It had just the right Matcha kick - not too bitter but not too subtle.

What blew me away was the taho - silky and smooth, it had the consistency of that being sold on the streets! I asked Jason what other ingredients they added there because there was this flavor that I can't distinguish. Jason admitted that they added malted Horlicks into this concoction to enhance the flavors of the key ingredients.

We also tried their Matcha Latte (hot) and Latik Latte (Iced). The Matcha Latte was good - just the right proportion of Matcha and milk, bitter and grassy. The Latik Latte was refreshing with hints of coconut and a sweet end note coming from the latik.

Other flavors that I tried and I would highly recommend are the following:

| Thai Milk Tea tasted like the real thing! The bitter tea and the rich milk, nice!

| Davao Chocolate - if you want that dark, bitter and a little sour profile of chocolate coming from a proudly Pinoy brand - Malagos Dark Chocolate, you should go for this.

| Truffle Mascarpone with just the right white truffle flavor plus a salty contrast from the Himalayan Pink Salt that it's sprinkled with.

| Mangga't Suman - all time best seller which really tasted like the real thing and even had suman bits!

| Cereal and Milk - reminiscent of what's left when eating cereals, the soggy cornflakes and the tasty milk, this gelato perfectly captures that!

Great job Manila Creamery! Looking forward to more unique flavors from you!!

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Sandra Y.
4.0 Stars
3

Gelato milkshake afternoon with my girlfriends!

Before hitting another busy week, we kiss the weekend with this sweet treat. We usually have coffee after our hearty meals. It is so timely, that I showed them some pics of this awesome place, and it happened to be their opening today. Its the Manila Creamery. Great! its buy one get one on their gelato today.

My 3 friends got their Matcha Taho, while I had Ube Salted Egg 128521 #teamubefortoday

Ube + Salted Egg is surprisingly delicious. Its also kinda heavy as it is topped by "puto" . On the first sip, there's an obvious ube taste, as you go along, salted egg syrup will surprise you. The whip cream balances the sweetness. This is one unique pair of dessert that I highly recommend.

Pro: foodies will enjoy this place. Concept of this place, offers surprises on your tastebuds. Everything is new! I recall on reading and asking, masarap kaya?! With a bit of excitement.

Cons: We waited for more than 30 mins. For our orders. Hmmm I was enjoying the convo with friends yet, just noticed that it took so long. There are even customers that were served first. Buti busog ako! Hehe one of the owners, apologizes & give us some gift cards for freebie on next visit.
Its appreciated and will give them a chance... planning for Turon Gelato Milkshake next time 128522

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Reich T.
5.0 Stars
4

I was one of the selected few who got dibs on Manila Creamery before they officially open their doors to the public.  I wasn't expecting that I'd get an invite,  i am merely a consumer who happens to love their frozen treats. I stumbled upon them by accident one day.  I was walking around Glorietta and was trying to avoid the pesky Citi sales person when i saw them.  Got a scoop of Mangga at Suman and the rest was history.  I make it a point to swing by Gourmand and UPTC every chance i get.

Digressions aside. 

MNL Creamery is located at the new wing of UPTC,  third floor near the cinema.  It is hard to miss as their spot has the brightest facade,  even the signage is eye-catching.  We were greeted by one of the owners,  Jason Go.  He briefly discussed how they came up with their one of a kind flavors,  where they source the ingredients and what made them pick UPTC as their first store location. 

Their flagship store offers a wide array of gelato flavors - the crowd favorite (Mangga at Suman),  the classics (Pistachio)  and the innovative ones (Turon gelato perhaps?).  Apart from their frozen treats,  they also offer handcrafted beverage such as coffee and gelatoshakes.

These are some of the flavors we tried.   And before i forget,  they use actual dessert spoons for patrons for taste tests.  This is perfect as the disposable ones are not eco-friendly. 

These are some of the gelato variants we tried:

¶ Salted Egg Cheesecake.   I intentionally placed this on top as this is the best gelato flavor in my book.  Apart from the taste,  i have the utmost respect for the brilliant minds who churned this flavor.  The amount of expertise and restraint to come up with the flavor combination is admirable.  For those who hasn't read my previous review,  here goes. 

They use a cheesecake gelato base mixed with a lovely concoction of organic salted egg yolk and caramel and some crushed grahams. 

¶ Thai Milk Tea.   This is milk tea in gelato form.  They even got the color figured out,  this variants sports a light brown-ish hue.  I taste Jasmine Tea with a milky flavor.

¶ Turon.  They made the quintessential Pinoy merienda into a decadent gelato flavor.  Man,  this is one of those flavors that would make you wonder... how did they make this taste exactly like turon?

¶ Ube Langka.  This tastes like Christmas for some reason.  This flavor is unbelievably light and not overly sweet. 

¶ Truffle Mascarpone.  I didn't try this as i was to preoccupied withe the Turon flavor.  Clarissa P and Ruth D said it was good.   Please note that Ruth is not a fan of truffle. 

¶ Roasted Milk and Pili.  Another innovative flavor combination.  I cant fully describe how this flavor tastes like,  all i know is that my tastebuds gave their nod of approval.

Milkshakes

¶ Matcha Taho.  I was skeptical when i saw this on their menu.  Don't get  me wrong,  i like matcha and taho but i ain't sure what it would taste like when you mix em together.   All my scepticism went out the window after the first sip.  The flavor combination is heavenly. 

¶ Ube Salted Egg.   This is hands down the best milkshake I've ever had in my brief existence in the Milky Way galaxy.  If i were to compare this to a poem,  this is Blake x Dickinson x Keats x Frost x Neruda x Ackerman.  All of the great poets that ever lived combined into one.  The ube flavor is not too heavy and not too sweet.  You get to taste the salted egg flavor towards the end.  Talk about a sweet beginning and a wonderful ending.

Coffee

¶ Matcha Latte.  I am a matcha purist and my cup didn't disappoint.  This has the perfect proportions of matcha and milk. 

¶ Latik Latte.  Coffee infused with Visayan latik.  This is another innovative handcrafted beverage courtesy of the brilliant minds of MNL Creamery.  Creamy coffee with a subtle flavor from latik.

MNL Creamery is not just another gelato shop.  What makes them stand out is their innovative approach on familiar Pinoy flavors.   Their flavors are one of a kind and can definitely compete in the international market.

Thank you, Jason and Paolo for having us.

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Abe C.
5.0 Stars
4

BOGO! Buy One Gelato, get One only today at Manila Creamery, UP Town. Today is their official opening according to one of the owners with whom I spoke earlier today.

I've had the pleasure of trying their Gelato before at the Gourmand Market in BGC or at another market, but to experience their newly opened flagship store is really something else.

A total of sixteen flavors were on display. A few of the flavors were Filipino inspired, like the Pili Nut and Mangga at Suman. Nice. Reminds me of my schoolmate Ian Carandang's Sebastian artisanal gelato.

Anyway we got to sample some flavors and picked the following:

Salted Egg Cheesecake - the base is the cheesecake ice cream and the salted egg Caramel is the syrup on top. OMG. As my friend Clarissa P aptly suggested, ask for more salted egg sauce. This is hands down one of the best salted egg dessert interpretations I've ever had. Try this with the salted egg sauce if you're gonna sample it. Otherwise, take my word for it that you have to try this baby, Graham Crackers and all to build on the authentic cheesecake flavor. 5/5

Thai Milk Tea - pretty good. Captures the Thai Milk Tea taste. Could stand to be more brewed tea taste or less sweet but this would now be more subjective than a major criticism. A pretty good 4/5.

Something Pili Nut - this was just okay for me. 3/5

Cereal Milk - popular in some gelato places, this captures the taste of the milk remaining after you've eaten the frosted flakes. Good stuff! 4/5

P100 for small gelato and P120 for small special gelato. To each his own so try the other flavors so you pick what you want. But dayyyyyyyyymmmm, that salted egg cheesecake is something else.

Their Gelato Milkshakes are also interesting. My first pic is a must try for everyone...

UBE SALTED EGG MILKSHAKE:
Earth shattering may not aptly describe this bad boy. Ube jam, ube and salted caramel flavored gelato mixture and that aforementioned salted egg caramel sauce topped whipped cream. There's an ube puto and kakanin added on the side of the whipped cream, too. Though one of the owners recommended we drink and nibble the food on the side, we eventually enjoyed the drink better once we mixed the whipped cream and salted caramel sauce, then we enjoyed the salted egg taste with the ube aftertaste. At P180 this is one expensive drink but the quality and taste are there plus other milkshakes of restos I've tried actually could be pricier than this. Rating 5/5

Latik Latte - P150. Hot or cold, this drink has creaminess, slight sweetness to its Latik aftertaste. Better for me we tried it hot. 4/5

I bumped into Sandra Y here today, too! Good to see you!

And thanks Reich T for the invite yesterday (though I had personal matters to attend to) and introducing or reacquainting me with this tiangge / Gourmand Market gem's first store. I had a bit of a time to find it as I haven't been here since the 2nd tower opened last year. Wow, UP Town is quite a long and zig-zagging lifestyle mall now. So if you're looking for Manila Creamery just look for the cinemas.

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Cel C.
2.0 Stars

Full disclosure: We are really displeased that our order took so long for them to serve. And since we are seated in front of the work station, we were able to observe them. People were standing, sort of waiting, doing nothing, when our order (4 shakes) hasn't been prepared yet after 15mins of waiting already. I asked and followed up for my order, only then did they realize their delay. Served my order right away but my friends' were still late for 25mins since we ordered. They did apologize for the delay but I hope they learned from it.

I got the matcha taho premium gelato shake. Looks nice. Matcha taste is good but too sweet for me. I think it's the taho syrup. Shake is really thick, more like a dessert than a drink. For P180, it's worth it but not worth the long wait. As I write this, it's been 30mins since my friends ordered and they are still waiting for their shake. Other people behind us got their order first. Really frustrating. I would have given 4 stars if their service was superb. Indeed, good service goes a long way for me.

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Ruth D.
5.0 Stars
6

Manila Creamery has finally found its permanent home in UP Town Center. As their flagship store opened, they unveiled their famous gelato flavors, which their loyal patrons have loved over the past year when they could only be seen in various food bazaars, together with new items on the menu. They are now also serving coffee and gelato shake, which seriously are just as good as their gelato.

From being able to sell only 8 flavors at a time during pop-ups, they can now have 16 in this store. It won’t always be the same flavors though so it’s really nice that there’s going to be an element of surprise every time you visit.

With ingredients that are sourced locally and internationally, Manila Creamery is able to create both classic and new innovative flavors. Really trippy flavors.

Here are some of the items we were able to try:

GELATO
🔹Turon. Saba and langka gelato with caramelized lumpia wrapper.
🔹Salted Egg Cheesecake. Cheesecake gelato with salted egg caramel and graham crumbs.
🔹Sicilian Pistachio.
🔹Truffle Mascarpone. Mascarpone gelato with white truffle and Himalayan pink salt.

COFFEE
🔹Iced Latik Latte

GELATO SHAKE
🔹Ube Salted Egg Gelato Shake
🔹Matcha Taho Gelato Shake

Everything was good but the gelato shakes were surprising. They sound crazy but they were really enjoyable. No ingredient was overpowering, everything works. On my wish list though is a simple Taho Gelato Shake with sago. Because… matcha.
128518

Thanks to Jason Go and Paolo Reyes for being such gracious hosts. And thanks for tagging us along, Reich T. 🤗

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Reich T.
5.0 Stars

MNL Creamery is the reason why I dropped by Gourmand Market.  This particular visit is fueled by my fascination with anything with salted egg. 

Salted Egg Cheesecake Gelato anyone?

Please remove the look of cringe and bewilderment off your face.  The gelato doesn't have the typical "Itlog na Maalat"  taste.  This frozen treat is made of a cheesecake gelato base,  salted egg caramel and graham mix-ins.

The cheesecake base is smooth,  creamy and has a subtle sweetness.  Now,  the salted egg caramel is something else.  This is a beautiful concoction of caramel and salted egg yolk.  This mixture is done with restraint,  there is a perfect balance of ingredients.  The salted egg yolk adds texture and goes well with the caramel,  it somehow tones down the sweetness.  The graham adds texture and makes you feel like you are having an actual cheesecake. 

I've been a fan of MNL Creamery from the moment I've had a taste of their Mangga at Suman gelato.  They continuously entice foodies by churning unique flavor combinations.  One thing is for sure,  they know how to make a mean gelato and they are here to stay.

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Shiela L.
5.0 Stars
9

Jason Go and Paolo Reyes of Manila Creamery offers unique and delicious selection of gelato. It is unique because they have gelato flavor like Mangga at Suman, Ube Langka and Davao Dark Chocolate.
The only Filipino inspired Gelato Company.
Flavors available in UP Town Center.
Ube Langka– Langka gelato with ube halaya.
Davao Chocolate– Davao dark chocolate gelato.
Truffle Mascarpone– Mascarpone gelato with white truffle and Himalayan pink salt.
Kinder Bueno– Hazelnut gelato with milk chocolate.
Blueberry Cheesecake– Cheesecake gelato with blueberry jam and graham dust.
Ube
Go Mango– Mango gelato with white chocolate covered poprocks.
Mangga at Suman– Sticky rice gelato with mangoes and Visayan latik.
My favorite gelato from Manila Creamery is the Davao Chocolate and Go Mango. The Mangga at Suman gelato looks so good!
If you want gelato inspired by local flavors, visit Manila Creamery now. #GoLocal #FilipinoInspiredGelato

Location: 3/F UP Town Center (Near Cinema)
Contact Number: 09175997963

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Ig Plummer S.
4.0 Stars

A scoop of vanilla ice cream from Manila Creamery for P85. Also, tried their other flavors before like the suman and mango.

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Aileen L.
5.0 Stars

Hey Pokemon fanatics!

Do you love Pokemon so much ? You wanna eat it? Well here's your chance just like I had this yesterday afternoon. Manila Creamery is the only Filipino inspired Gelato Company. Offers all natural and fresh gelatos is now in UP Towncenter located at the upper level cinema.

They offer this Pokemon gelato inspired ice cream. Their Pikachu gelato is made with mango meat and white chocolate lightning shards ( yes , it pops in your mouth ) 1 scoop is 85 pesos only. If you love mango , you'll definitely loved this.

GO MANGO! I CHOOSE YOU!

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Angela Marie C.
5.0 Stars
4

So happy Quezon City has become a foodie haven now. And a big thanks to UP Town Center for bringing a number of restaurant brands that used to just be somewhere from Makati or BGC up north! 128571

So after the BF and I had dinner in Lazy Bastard, we just had enough time to enjoy desserts before the movie, and I could only think of ice cream for a quick sweet fix. So glad this popular gelato place has now reached our vicinity!

The Manila Creamery kiosk here is still a pop up shop because their permanent shop is still yet to be finished. Even as they only have about 8 flavors in their display freezer, I was still so confused what flavor to get. So happy the guy was nice enough to let me try all of it! Yes, I tried all of it except for the Pistachio one, and only because I think we might run out of time and miss the first part of the movie already.

I loved every flavor I tried! The Dark Nut (dark chocolate and hazelnut) was amazing! The one with the Mango was awesome too! The Suman Koron was great too! My BF chose this as his scoop, so I'll let him write about it on his |ooloo review. The Blueberry Cheesecake would have been my pick because it was excellent, but when I tried the Ube Langka, it was the sure choice for me. 128571

Ohmagawrd, the Ube Langka was just the bomb! The Langka ice cream with the chunks of Ube was so delicious! It was not too sweet, and the texture of the ice cream was just perfect! 128571

The guy manning the booth, I believe he was the owner too, was so nice too because he made us taste a new flavor that they haven't released yet but would soon be on their permanent menu. I won't say what it is, but I can assure you that it was absolutely great too!

I can't wait to come back home and visiting their place again, hopefully with their shop opened already! 128571 Looking forward to trying more flavors, especially the Cereal Milk. It wasn't in the freezer when we went there.

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Muffy T.
4.0 Stars

Aaaaand im back for more suman at mangga with latik gelato. Still 85php!

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Muffy T.
5.0 Stars

They have cereal milk! It honestly tastes more like madagascar vanilla buuuuut still great. They still have the 85 pesos per scoop.

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Muffy T.
4.0 Stars
3

They're here!! So glad they had mangga and suman with latik for only 85php (promo price). Their actual store isn't open yet but they do have a scooping station by the cinemas.

Other recommended flavours aside from the mangga and suman are: toasted rice, blueberry, and pistachio.

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Ruth D.
4.0 Stars

Finally, Manila Creamery is now in QC! It's been all over the Metro as a pop-up store but I've never had the chance to visit. So when they announced they'd be in UPTC for a while (or is it permanently?), I was so glad. No more chasing and waiting for announcements of their whereabouts.

Manila Creamery is located inside UPTC's new wing where the cinema is located. As soon as I saw the stall, I just searched for Mangga at Suman and ordered. I seriously cannot remember the other flavors there. I've never tried Manila Creamery but this flavor got stuck in my head since I've seen an Instagram post (or was it a looloo review?), about it. It was just so intriguing. If someone told me 10 years ago that suman is a great ice cream flavor, I would have thought that's crazy. But what a surprise. It was sooo good! The bits of sticky rice were perfect and the mango bits had just the right sweetness. The only bad thing about it is that I only ordered 1 scoop.

Introductory price is PhP85 per scoop. Not sure how long that'll last.

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