It’s a fact that anything you put inside a milk bun becomes roughly ten times more exciting to eat. And the ice cream at the much-loved and much-queued-for Filipino spot on Kentish Town Road comes in a number of different flavours like ube (purple yam), milo (chocolate malt), and black buko (black coconut), all of which can be eaten in bilog form. Which is basically a pandesal ice cream sandwich. We’re into it and we imagine you will be too. They do also serve their ice-cream in scoops if you’re more into a classic cone situation.
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