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Pink Bird's Dessert Heaven - Bingsu, Milk Tea and more!

Pink Bird's Dessert Heaven - Bingsu, Milk Tea and more!

After our dinner in Limbaga 77 (read more), my mom and I decided to have dessert while waiting for my sister, who was at that time attending a bridal shower in Pink Bird. Since it was about 10:00 PM already, we decided to just stay in that place to have our desserts. After all, I noticed the sign saying that it's open 24 hours during weekends.

Vibrant interior of Pink Bird in Quezon City

Pink Bird, despite the ambiguity in its name, is actually a restaurant serving the ever-famous Korean samgyupsal. Like Samgyupsalamat and Romantic Baboy (read more), they serve here unlimited Korean BBQ – P399 for Unlimited Pork and P499 for Unlimited Pork + Beef.

Then again, it was not the BBQ that we went there for, and thankfully they also specialize in Korean Desserts here (and even milk tea). Hence, I came up with a conclusion that this restaurant is basically housing today’s current cravings!

Renz Cheng in Pink Bird, Quezon City

When we swung the door open, we were fascinated by the vibrant pink that filled up our eyes. Yes, everything was in pink, heck even the A/C units, but it was beautiful. The set of furniture is carefully picked matching the theme, and even the floors are painted with interesting optical illusion artworks. Needless to say, it was difficult to resist not having your photos taken. This is perhaps one of the most adorable interiors I’ve been to.

Pearl Cheng in Pink Bird, Quezon City

Since we were a bit full during that night, we decided to share with a bowl of bingsu, but just to give you an idea, they also have here frappes and milk tea.

Cheese Bingsu Small of Pink Bird
Cheese Bingsu Small of Pink Bird

The Cheese Bingsu (P240 – Small) had this dreamy-creamy appearance, which really worked up my appetite. However, when I inspected the bowl further, I was disappointed with the “cheese” in it. Normally, you’d expect it to be bread-like in texture (similar to cheesecake bits), but I was surprised to find sliced processed cheese instead (think of Eden buttermilk cheese). Well, it could have worked to its favor, but it was driving away the attention from the bingsu itself. Perhaps, they could have just grated or sliced them into smaller bits.

Anyway, taking this out in the equation, the bingsu had this melt-in-your mouth sweetness. The ice was velvety giving the mouth some ticklish feel. I’d still recommend this, but go for a different flavor.

Renz Cheng with a bowl of bingsu in Pink Bird

Pink Bird - Overall Ratings and Summary

Note: Unshaded stars are equivalents of half-stars. The ratings reflect my personal experiences on the times I dine here.
Ambiance: ★★★★★
Taste: ★★★★
Service: ★★
Price/Value: ★★★★
Budget: at least of P100 each for a sharing/personal dessert/milk tea
No. of visits for this particular restaurant/branch - 1 || Date of latest visit - April 27, 2019

Pink Bird's all pink-interior is a definite eye-catcher, but there's something more to this than meets the eye. They also have a wide range of desserts to choose from. Prices are reasonable, and the taste of the dessert we tried was on-point (except for the literal blocks of processed cheese, which I thought was going to be cheesecake bits). The only downside of dining here is the speed of the service (which when I took a quick check of other people's reviews, echoed this), and they say it's worse when you dine for the samgyupsal. Overall, I'd still give it one thumb up, for the beauty of the place.

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Pink Bird
Location: 12 Scout Borromeo St, Diliman, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila
Service Charge: NONE


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