“If there’s no dessert in heaven, I’m not going.” Well us sweet-lovers, there’s one dessert heaven nearby.
A place that’s all about comfort food, Pink Heaven has its own versions of everyone’s dessert favorites like red velvet cupcakes that are just tastefully done (pardon the pun) and that to-die-for Sansrival.
But this slice of heaven doesn’t have just dessert classics.
Mr. and Mrs Hernandez, the owners of Pink Heaven, have incorporated their own unique recipes into the menu. New dishes get you craving just as much like the Pistachio cheesecake and iced teas in flavors you’ve never heard of. Up for a glass of matchamalunggay? But if we must follow our mothers’ rule of having a meal before dessert, then great dessert deserves to be preceded with an equally good meal, right? With Pink Heaven, there’s no need to worry about not having enough choices. Their menu ranges from Asian fusion to Cajun to American to Filipino to all-day breakfast meals.
Take a look at that baked mac with all that melted-cheesy goodness and that slightly burnt fresh-from-the-oven look. You can almost imagine the smell filling up the room like your mom’s homemade one on that cold, rainy day.
Pink Heaven is not just a restaurant dedicated to serving its customers but also remembers to give back. Here’s the plot twist. The name does not refer to any of its food and they weren’t simply trying to be cute. The “bakery & bistro” was named after the ones to whom part of their proceeds go – the Mary Queen of Heaven Missionaries, also known as the Pink Sisters. That’s why at Pink Heaven, there’s nothing sinful about indulging yourself – an extra helping would be completely guilt-free.
If the pictures here aren’t enough for you, check out Pink Heaven’s site. Can’t wait for that first bite? Head on over to their branch in South Coast Center, Linao, Minglanilla. It’s open from 10 a.m to 10 pm.