When you think of Yongkang Street, other than Ding Tai Feng and mango shave ice, can you come up with other yummy eateries? Our Nius-editors have scoured the area and listed 5 local “pink-themed” dessert places to satisfy our fellow pinkaholics with everything pink!
Say farewell to winter with bunches of sweet and sour strawberries! With every bite of this Hokkaido Milk and Strawberry Cream Cake, you’ll get a mouthful of fluffy and sweet honey sponge cake and rich yet light fresh cream made with milk from Hokkaido, Japan. Discover a bit of girliness alongside classic street food at Yongkang Street.
At the beginning of this year, 8%ice finally heard the cries of all the girls out there and singled out their gelato ices--now, you don’t have to purchase above their minimum charge; you can simply just order a refreshing and comforting ice dessert and continue strolling down those hot, summer streets!
Zenique’s one-of-a-kind “Macaron Nougat” is basically the perfect and most tasty marriage of everything Taiwanese and French~ (lol) Dainty pieces of colorful French macarons are paired with handmade nougats, a superb upgrade for a traditional nougat confectionery. A great choice for gifts as well!
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For those of you that aren’t ready to say goodbye to spring, Matcha One’s newest product: “Sakura Mille Crepe” combines elegant, semi-sweet cherry blossom (sakura) custard with salted cherry blossom flower petals into their light and fluffy mille-feuille. One bite and your heart blossoms!
Matcha One isn’t the only place with sakura desserts! Petit Doux’s “Sakura Lemon Wapa” has a rich and runny perilla and yuzu flavored mascarpone cheese filling oozing out the moment you cut into this pancake dessert. Top with a drizzle of their sour yellow lemon curd and you’ll capture any girl’s heart!
Our Nius-editors recommend these 5 pink afternoon tea desserts to all the pinkaholics out there! That just goes to show, you can get a bite of girliness even in Yongkang Street!