Baskin Robbins : Ice Cream shop for kids


Baskin Robbins shops finally hit the Philippines, no longer in the form of just tubs, as what we used to see in some supermarkets.

Like all other food establishments today, competition can be tough for ice cream shops because apart from the challenge of pleasing the Pinoys’ palettes, which have started to become more discriminating, they will have to deal with the fact that ice cream parlors have suddenly mushroomed especially in commercial centers in Metro Manila.

Of all the ice cream specialty stores that I could think of, Baskin Robbins would stand out when it comes to its attraction to kids. Perhaps it’s the pink and blue color theme or the ice cream cake designs which are mostly for kids.







It’s no wonder that when my son and I passed by a branch in Greenbelt 5, he couldn’t help himself and asked for a cone-full of his own concoction.

In  addition, it’s great to know that Baskin Robbins Philippines is also participating in CSR endeavors, such as when it came out with ‘smiley cakes’ wherein 20% of its proceeds will support ‘Operation Smile,’ a foundation that helps children with cleft deformities. Kudos and keep up the good work!

Baskin-Robbins Philippines Website here

Baskin-Robbins Branches

Baskin-Robbins Central Square Branch

  • Upper Ground Floor Central Square Building,
  • 5th Avenue cor. 30th Street, Bonifacio Global City Taguig
  • Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday 11am-10pm, Friday to Sunday 11am-11pm
  • Landline: +632 500 1546

Baskin-Robbins Greenbelt 5

  • 2nd Level Greenbelt 5 Ayala Center Makati City
    Operating Hours: Daily 11:00am – 9:00pm
    Landline: +639177174997


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Denice Christine Garcia-Pilla is a freelance published writer and editor in between her profession as a market research professional. Her works have appeared in numerous print and online publications in Asia and the United States including the Asia Pacific Business Guide, Launch Asia, Quantum Spirit, Men Zone, The Philippine Star and Lifestyle Asia. She has profiled a number of CEOs, Presidents, entrepreneurs and tycoons of top corporations in the Philippines, as well as renowned international authors such as Mark Victor Hansen of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and Philip Kotler. After a decade of hiatus from the writing scene with motherhood taking center stage of her schedule, Denice is once again picking up from where she left off via the Side Tripper, where she shares her travel adventures and side trips through the lens of photographer Kit Elton Pilla, also known as her husband and father to her son Kyle David.

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