After You – Mango Sticky Rice Kakigori Is The Bomb, The Trend In Bangkok
[Bangkok] After You Dessert Café has done it again. After capturing Bangkok (and perhaps many parts of the world including Singapore) with their signature style of Shibuya Toast, they have introduced the Mango Sticky Rice Kakigori (265 baht) which is indeed the next best thing they are offering.
With a tagline of “There’s always room for desserts”, there is always a queue for their sweet treats from shibuya honey toasts, buttermilk pancake, chocolate lava, brownies, to cakes like mille crepe.
Japanese style iced dessert Kakigori is the current trending dessert in Bangkok (and Hong Kong), but After You’s version brings it a step further.
This combination includes fluffy ice shavings (not Korean bingsu soft, but good enough), with coconut milk cream, fresh mango pieces, and mango sauce.
The coconut cream brings out the entire taste, giving the dessert both soft creaminess and a sense of familiarly. The entire combination is not too sweet as well.
Wait till you dig in further… I totally wasn’t really expecting mango sticky towards the bottom of the bowl, which completes the whole experience.
In Singapore-terms, it is mai tu liao – Don’t wait as this is seasonal.
7th floor Central World Plaza, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel: +66 2 252 5434
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily
Other Branches: La Villa Aree, J Avenue Thonglor 13, Siam Paragon, Crystal Park, Central Plaza Lardprao, Int Intersect Rama 3, Silom Complex, The Mall Bangkapi, Siam Square One, Crystal Ratchapruek, Tha Maharaj, Mega Bangna, The Mall Bangkae, Future Park Rangsit
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