Few weeks back, we had Korean barbequed with hot bean-paste soup for dinner...After all the hot and spicy food, we went to have something chill for dessert...
where else if not to the newly opened Sangkaya...It is jst a few rows away from our dining place. And as usual, it was darn crowded!
Despite that we managed to get a seat and enjoyed the flavorful coconut ice cream....
We ordered their famous item on the menu which priced at RM9.90. The were four types of free-flow condiments available at the counter - kidney beans, corns, peanuts, cornflakes. The combination was superb! Seems like such coconut ice-cream desserts business are now 'mushrooming' like those 'Chatime' outlets those days...
Anyhow, this is definitely worth trying for a first timer ;-)
very crowded? Hope it stays that way so that it will be there for a long long time. Free flow? So did you top up after finishing the first round? Your korean meal looks delicious!
Hopefully they stay longer than Chatime. Chatime now, I think is going to be "sao pei" soon...
I wanted to try Sangkaya badly but each time I came across this ice cream shop, I was alone. I don't like to eat alone except at home.Hahah
Mun: yea it was crowded, coz everyone wanted to try out the new stuff in town...lol! It was a weekend hence, u roughly know how's the situation there...I top up after halfway eating coz earlier not much space to fit in more condiments since the husk is small.
RealGunners: I think Chatime can lasts for a few years more coz they are creatively come up with new drinks and selling snack combo with those drinks!
Yee Ling: bring ur kids, they sure luv it!
I saw Sang Kaya when they opened up a food cart at an event (they seem to do that quite often) but couldn't tapao or else it'll melt.
We've tried the coconut ice cream in Bangkok though.
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