In Thailand, the birthplace of Mango Sticky Rice, every travellers’ favourite – one will find Mango Sticky Rice sold in every street, restaurants and night markets.
The Thais love their mango so much, they’ve created uncountable desserts and dishes using this sweet fruit.
To make things easier for you, we have listed 1 one-stop place for you to indulge in different varieties of mango desserts, and other must-try mango desserts!
1. At least 6 mango desserts to try, all in one place – Yenly Yours
One of the best places to find mango desserts especially for those craving a good mango treat, head to Yenly Yours. We’ve heard travellers raving about this place, even making it a point to eat here every time they’re in town.
This mango heaven serves up all you can ever want in 9 different mango desserts – but we’ll list the top 6 must-tries.
Mango Coconut Noodle (it’s a noodle dessert!)
Did you know that traditional Thai desserts like the one at Auntie Yen’s tend to include noodles? The most unique and interesting dessert here is the Mango Coconut Noodle which you are unlikely to find anywhere else.
Mango Coconut Milk with Pomelo (A unique Thai twist to a traditional treat)
A traditional Chinese dessert is the Mango Sago with Pomelo, and Yenly Yours has put its unique Thai twist to it by including coconut milk. It’s an unexpected taste adding another dimension to a traditional favourite.
Mango Sticky Rice with Black Pearls (Take your mango sticky rice to the next level)
Mango Sticky Rice can be found anywhere, but what about Mango Sticky Rice with chewy black pearls? Combining a popular bubbletea topping with Thailand’s traditional favourite, Yenly Yours’ Mango Sticky Rice with Black Pearls gives you a little something extra while bringing the dessert to another level.
Mango Super Pudding (This is a great comfort food/dessert)
We’ve heard that the Mango Super Pudding here is quite popular. You’ll get a mouthful of mango deliciousness with every bite, from smooth pudding to icy sweet mango icecream. The differing textures come together well to create a comfort dessert.
Mango Mochi (Who doesn’t love mochis?)
Of course, when mango mochis are available, you simply have to try it! There’s nothing much to say except that we ❤ mochis!
Mango Crepe (A softer, different type of crepe!)
Crepes remain a favourite snack to indulge it, and for good reason too. At Yenly Yours, those craving a crepe can try their Mango Crepes. It’s very different from the usual crepes you’ll get off the streets!
Apart from these 6 mango dishes, there are 7 mango drinks to choose that can make good dessert/beverages. There’s even a mango slurpee with a sticky rice base! 3 of our favourites include:
a. Mango and Coconut Mania with Mango Jelly
b. Mango Mania and Mango with Sago
c. Mango Mania and Mango with Strawberry Jelly
Yenly Yours is one interesting place to indulge in different mango tastes all at one go – especially if you’ve been on the hunt for the best mango treats.
Using traditional ancestral recipes, Sor Sor Kor has almost 40 years of history, and shows you the beauty of Thai culture in a simple dish that’s well known and much loved.
Instead of serving the usual Mango Sticky Rice, comprising of mango with plain white sticky rice – Sor Sor Kor’s uniqueness lies in its 9-colour flavoured sticky rice.
From rose and strawberry sticky rice to pandan and blueberry sticky rice, the different coloured balls of rice served are due to natural colours and flavouring.
Green – pandan
Yellow – turmeric
Red – roses
Purple – butterfly pea
Pink – strawberries
Orange – oranges
Blue – blueberries
They also make sure to use only fresh quality ingredients – from glutinous rice sourced from Chiang Rai, to fresh coconut milk from Prachuap Khiri Khan.
Intrigued yet? It’s one interesting way to dine on desserts fit for Thai Kings of the past!
3. The famous mango shop in Siam Square (at least 5 desserts to try!) – Mango Tango
If you haven’t heard of Mango Tango… where have you been?!
It’s one of the most popular places located centrally in the Siam Square area in Bangkok, with a huge selection of mango treats. We’ve picked out some of the top desserts to try below.
Mango Thai Sundae – Mango ice cream, sticky rice and fresh mangoes)
Mango Parfait – Mango ice cream with fresh mangoes and cornflakes
Mango Tango with Extra Sticky Rice – Mango pudding with fresh mangoes, mango ice cream and sticky rice
Mango Salsa – Mango pudding in fresh mango juice
Mango Cha Cha Cha – Fresh mangoes with grass jelly, tapioca, mango sauce, and fresh mixed fruits.
If you’re shopping in the Siam Square area, don’t forget to stop by to refresh yourself with their mango treats!
4. There’s always a long queue for this spicy mango salad – Phol La Mai Naa Mor Tor Ror
Whenever you see people taking the time and effort to queue for food, you know that food must be great.
If you’re one who enjoys biting into raw mangoes (unripe), you have to try this spicy mango salad. It’s sweet, zesty and spicy all at the same time with different textures from the crunchy mango slices, to salted sauce, onions and more.
Don’t miss out on this local favourite!