Girls! Craving for dessert when you are abroad? Feel like releasing your stress by getting some cold and delicious dessert? Guys! Wanting to enlarge your circle of female friends?
If your answer is YES, you are reading the right blog because Mr. TikkoSS is going to share with you what he has successfully hunted inKorea. Not girls but DESSERT instead!
The UNKNOWN (more like I don’t read Korean) dessert shop not far away from Myeongdong Road.
How did I get to know this place? It is easy! Just keep eyeing on hot chicks and they will lead you to the right direction. Maybe not this dessert shop but it will be another awesome dessert shop.
OK.. I have to clarify. I am neither a pervert nor eyeing at hot chicks (as I am gay virtually). It is a fate that brings me here. More like the attractive poster on nice dessert.
This shop is rather new. It is nicely decorated with very cozy ambience. Fully air-conditioned (this is very very important especially during summer time) but slightly congested.
Congested means two things, the shop is really good or shop is too small for the crowd. I think it is a bit of both. But really, the success of the shop boils down to how good is the product a.k.a. the dessert.
I ordered a freshly made bread pudding with custard. From the appearance of it, you will know why I chose it (because I am a man with heart ). Girls prefer cute and sweet stuff and I think this pudding perfectly match their choice.
Taste good? Absolutely! I have to stand in a very long queue for this particular pudding but it was a good queue as there are lot of pretty girls queuing with me too .
The effect of craving for Malaysian food is amplified when I spotted a red bean ice. I know.. I know because I thought it is ice kacang or snowflakes alike which nostalgically remind me ofMalaysia.
Without hesitation, I go for it. The shaved ice is slightly coarser than snowflakes and it tastes nothing like ice kacang (they don’t have condense milk or brown sugar or red syrup). However, there are similarity.. the red beans still taste like red bean!
Both of these only cost me about 9000 won. I would consider this as slightly pricy for dessert but with “nice” view and crowd, I think it is worth it. Now I know where to go if I need to clean my eyes!