Never heard about Flip Side Desserts before but they specialize in Filipino style desserts. We decided to check them out after dinner.
We dropped in on a Tuesday evening and it was about half full. The girl working the front was very sweet and kept on thanking everyone for coming in.
The inside is tiny (with 18 seats) but its bright and cutely decorated. Loved the Supreme/Yeezy/Nike shoes you could win in the claw machine. If you’ve got $5.00 to waste, by all means…
The menu is small; simple shakes, monster milkshakes, pan de cream, ice cream, pan de waffle, cake, parfait and palaman de waffle.
Ube taro monster milkshake ($12.98)
Ube slush, crushed ube toppings, ube sticko, ube cake and ube ice cream. Essentially, ube everything. Ice cream was good but the scoop is minuscule.
The cake slice is unnecessarily massive, lacking in flavour but at least it was light like a sponge cake. I’d prefer a smaller cake slice and two ice cream scoops. The ube slush was our least favourite; too many ice chunks and not well blended.
FS was pretty unmemorable. Honestly, can’t see myself coming back with so many other dessert places to try.
Flip Side Desserts
5538 Joyce Street