Two days before our anniversary,
my boyfriend granted my wish of going to Love Desserts. We know boys, they are not a huge fan of sweets. *wink* Me? I LOVE SWEETS! I think I would be Diabetic just soon because of my frustration to eating chocolates, sweets and cakes. If you want to satisfy your sweet tooth – hands down, you have to go to this place.
Love Desserts has two branches – Banawe and Fairview. We went to the Fairview branch which is so near to where I live at. It is located at Pearl Drive Commercial Center. Sounds odd for a desserts buffet, but this small place undoubtedly has a large selections of yummy cakes, pastries, ice creams and cupcakes occupying one of the stalls at the second floor of the commercial center. Nothing much with the interiors, just look at the table and it will speak for itself.
Trivia: Love Desserts is the FIRST dessert buffet here in the Philippines
By 6pm that night, Love Desserts was already jam packed with barkadas, couples and families. We waited few minutes to be seated. Just about we were seated, the waitress put a small paper to our table with a time on it. It says “6:03pm to 8:03 pm” so I am assuming you are allowed to stay for 2 hours only. But hey! 2 hours is just enough, yeah?
If you are planning to visit Love Desserts, I recommend trying Brazo de Mercedes, mango cream puff, parfait, carrot cake, banana crepe and nachos. Though they also offer fruit shakes, with the load of sugar, I would say just drink hot coffee or tea. I opted to drink hot tea and it worked as a good “umay” buster.
Indulge yourself with all the mouthwatering sweets. But, remember, as this being a buffet, no leftovers are allowed. I suggest just getting one slice of each cake if you would like to have a taste of them all. Or, you may just go back and have a lovely stay at this sugary gastronomic place. ❤️
Facebook Page – Love Desserts