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Love Desserts
Desserts Restaurants   Banawe Ave., Quezon City
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915 Banawe St. cor. Del Monte Ave., Banawe, Quezon City, Metro Manila



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Day Opening Time Closing Time
Mon-Sun 11:00 AM 10:00 PM
 July 21 2015, 07:56:34
Do you have Sweet Tooth?
Food  3
Ambiance  4
Service  4
Price  5
Love Desserts is a dessert buffet heaven!

They serve luscious cakes, brownies, crepe and unique ice cream flavors (orange and bubble gum are one of the few). We visited this branch twice and they really satisfied our sweet tooth!
They serve rice meals as well for those who prefer to eat rice before eating dessert but this is not included in the buffet. So you have to order and pay for it separately.
We ordered Beef Tapa rice and Chicken Steak rice during our visit is was so-so.

Their branch in Banawe is like a cozy nook. A perfect place for friends, family and you can even celebrate your anniversary here. They have well-ventilated place and clean dining area and comfort room. They also have a freedom wall where you can leave messages.

The service was ok. The service staff assists customers if they order rice meals and if they need to refill the food.

For a price of Php 199, this is definitely an affordable buffet that can satisfy your sweet tooth.
 July 28 2015, 09:12:12
Unli Desserts plus more!
Food  4
Ambiance  4
Service  5
Price  5
We decided to visit Love Desserts during lunch time and we felt that we got more than our money's worth. They have cakes and pastries such as brownies and mini cupcakes. Filipino dessert staples such as halo halo, leche flan, and fruit salad, are also present. Try the Mango Panna Cotta; it's heavenly!

However, there are three things that I loved about Love Desserts: the beverages (shakes, milk tea, and iced tea) are also bottomless, the crepes are light and fluffy (and they do add syrup decorations, too), and they bothered to include items to clear the palate (watermelon, singkamas at bagoong, and lumpia wrapper nachos).

For 199 pesos, Love Desserts can actually satisfy your sweet tooth. It's definitely worth going back to.
 December 10 2015, 07:21:38
Mind your sugar level!
Food  4
Ambiance  3
Service  5
Price  5
What I didn't like:

- Their cupcakes tasted dry.
- The goto tasted like corn, not ginger, but "puwede na."
- The food for the gods seemed unfit for the gods.
- The Japanese cake was too salty for my taste.
- The sylvanas were hard and tasted bland. :(

What I liked:

- For P199, that is such a sulit price for a dessert buffet. There is a good variety of sweet treats!
- Big Scoop ice cream! During our visit, they even had calamansi sherbet, which has a good sweet-sour balance, "pampaalis umay."
- Freshly-made crepes! Best eaten hot! :)
- The choco-Nutella cake's to die for!!! Thank you for the take-away, Love Desserts! Sarap!
- Their cheesecakes are also great, especially the salted caramel pecan!!! I definitely ate more than one slice!
- I also loved the mille crepe!
- The staff's really nice and each dish is quickly replenished.

Generally, their sweet offerings aren't too sweet naman, which is good. As for their savory food, I enjoyed the chili-cheese sticks the most, but I hope they could become spicier.
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