Located on Joyce just off Kingsway (more or less behind Seven Eleven) it looks a little rough on the outside but is nicely adorned inside.
Not a giant menu but they definitely give you a taste of what Filipinos (at least the ones I know) love for dessert, namely halo-halo and anything ube flavoured (purple yam). Available in the form of shave-ice, milkshakes, sundaes etc., don't be afraid of the yam thing. Think of pumpkin pie if you have trouble imagining something savoury becoming dessert. We chose their Master Monster Milkshake for $16.
It was certainly enough for two consisting of a milkshake, a piece of cake and a scoop of ice cream. Enough purple that you could give it a guitar and call it Prince! Of course, there is food colouring but isn't food colouring everywhere? This was some seriously moist and tasty cake, nice ice cream and a wonderful milkshake! Next time we'll try the Halo-halo version (and we could eat the straws!).
Sure, it was quiet when we were there but we eat at odd times, so don't read anything into that. This was a decent experience and our host (who entirely disappeared but must have been keeping an eye on us to see if we needed anything) was friendly and shared our enthusiasm for the desserts.
For what its worth, we give Flip Side Desserts 3 1/2 out of 5.