Okay, I admit. I’m a chocolate and ice cream lover. It’s one of my favorite comfort foods together with chips and popcorns. Haha!
The Ultimate Sundae Experience!!
Swensen’s is an international franchise/ice cream shop born in San Francisco, CA. Since the opening of it’s first shop in 1948, there are now over 300 Swensen’s ice cream shops worldwide, including Asia, the Middle East, USA and South America. Swensen’s has created more than 180 flavors of ice cream that are enjoyed by both young and old. — from Swensen’s PH Facebook About Page
Late last year, Swensen’s opened its door to us Filipinos, the first branch was in SM Mall of Asia and early this year, its second branch opened in Eastwood Mall, Libis.
I had my first Swensen’s experience in Singapore last 2010 when my friends and I visit our friend who works there. Here’s a picture of us with a number of ice cream scoops!
I forgot how much that was but it was a bit pricey for us that time. We just wanted to taste it so we shared the bill.
The next Swensen’s experience was in Bangkok last year! Again, I was with Reg in that trip. She told me that the ice cream is cheaper there compared to the ones in Singapore. So without hesitation, we dine in and had our own share of ice cream. Since we can afford it already, we managed to get one for each. Haha!
Based from my blog, I got a chocolate basket for me and a chewy choco for Reg! (grabe ang takaw namin, talagang kme lagi ni Reg. hahaha!)
As mentioned, this year Swensens Eastwood was opened to the public to enjoy. Since I work in Eastwood, it was a must to try it! I had my ice cream tower and it’s so yummy! hahaha! Ebony & Ivory Php 265 (Caramel and Vanilla ice cream) is love! ^_^
One thing I want to “steal” in all of their stores are their cute water glass. It has doodles in different fonts all about their sundaes. So unique!
I wish I can try Swensen’s in other parts of the world. Though I don’t really notice the difference in terms of taste, the plating is so enticing I can’t help but give in to them. Hahaha!
Have you tried Swensen’s Philippines?
How do you find it?