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BonChon's Ko-Yo Desserts

I have a notorious sweet tooth.  It's a pain to have, especially when you're trying to go on a diet.  Good thing there are slightly healthier alternatives in the market nowadays -- yogurt being one of them.

I've have tried almost all available brands.  From the original Better Than Ice Cream (BTIC) to those offered in fast food places (like Kenny Roger's and Pancake House); most of them are good.  I don't have a thing to complain about.

Now, it seems, BonChon has also joined in the craze, offering a line of Ko-Yo (Korean yogurt) desserts to their adoring public.

BonChon's Ko-Yo

I've had savoury meals at BonChon branches here in PH (post here) and also in Singapore (read about that here), but I haven't really had the chance to try out their line of desserts yet.  And what better timing than now -- the hot summer months -- to experience a cup (or 2) of their frozen treats.

Mango Sansrival Ko-Yo (left) and Banoffee Pie Ko-Yo (right)

Bon Chon's Banoffe Pie Ko-Yo (Php75.00) is composed of sliced bananas and crushed graham crackers with a drizzle of caramel sauce.  The sweet bananas and graham compliment the tart yogurt quite nicely.  Their Mango Sansrival Ko-Yo (Php75.00) is also good.  Comes with mango bits, instead of bananas.

I've also heard rave reviews about BonChon's line of crispy crepes.  Patrons are given a choice of either Apple Caramel or Mangoes and Cream (Php60.00 each).  We chose the former for this particular trip.  Paired with a scoop of Ko-Yo (ala mode will set you back at around Php80.00), of course. 

Apple Caramel Crispy Crepe a la mode

It was delicious!  BonChon prepares them upon ordering to ensure that your crepes are served hot and fresh off the stove.  Soooo good, we wanted to order one more.

Hay, BonChon.  You're a place after my own heart errr... (sweet) tooth.  J

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BonChon Chicken
SM Dasmarinas
E105 Upper Ground Floor, 
SM Dasmarinas Annex
Cavite, Philippines
T       +63 46 424 1671
W     http://www.bonchon.com.ph/


Please visit the BonChon's website (click here for the site) for more information on menu items and branch locations.
 

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  1. One of the few restos that serve frozen yogurt. Love it! :)

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