Enjoy these South Summer Coolers at SM Southmall!

Summer heat too much? We got you! Cool down this summer with these treats available at the South!

  1. Milk Tea

Remember when we all thought milk tea was just a craze that’ll die down soon? Well, joke’s on us since this has gathered a cult following in the country – some even saying that milk tea has become an important part of their food group. Welp, writing about this suddenly made us crave for one!

Serenitea, Coco, Happy Cup: SM Southmall, Lower Ground Level
Gong Cha, Cha Time: SM Southmall, Upper Ground Level
Selftea Lab: SM Southmall, 2nd Level, Food Court
Figaro, Hei Long Tang: SM South Tower

2. Mango Desserts

Mango desserts are hyped for a reason – it’s because they’re a fresh take on a Pinoy summer classic-favorite! They are soft-served, deconstructed mango floats you can easily eat in a cup – instant gratification! Remember when we used to wait overnight for ref cakes to harden before we can enjoy them?

Merry Mango: SM Southmall, 2nd Level, Food Court Maxi Mango: SM Southmall, Lower Ground Level

3. Buko Pandan

Can we just call this Buko FUNdan?? We’re fans of this creamy, milky dessert. I mean, how can you not be? This reminds us of the childhood merienda our grandmothers served us after a long afternoon of playing outside. Lechon Haus gave this a modern twist by adding a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Y U M!

Lechon Haus: SM Southmall, Lower Ground Level

4. Chilled Taho

I love how we’re all not limited to eating (drinking?) taho during breakfast only. Now, we can eat them anytime we want! This is especially perfect for some of us who are nocturnal and can’t catch Kuya Taho in the mornings.

Soy Yummy: SM Southmall, Upper Ground Level
Serenitea, Coco: SM Southmall, Lower Ground Level

5. Yogurt

We love how guilt-free (for the most part) this dessert is! We’ll take ten, please.

BLK 513: SM Southmall, Upper Ground Level


Keep your palate cool this summer and visit SM Southmall to get these mouthwatering desserts. Follow @SMSouthmall on Facebook and Instagram for more information. #SeeYouDownSouth!

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