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A popular dessert these days! Sweet and sour mango

“I'm the best person” is a phrase commonly used by people these days, and the phrase “popular these days.” It is a modifier that goes up and down a lot in people's mouths and receives a person or object that is loved by many people. Examples of “popular figures these days” include Baek Jong-won and Choi Hyun-seok. They have been active in a wide variety of programs and are becoming the protagonists of the “cookroom” craze. If so, what are the “most popular fruits these days”? This is exactly what you can hear. “Mango” is the same fruit that is gaining popularity day by day as the representative fruit of summer, beating watermelons with its sweet yet fresh flavor. Mango seduces people by illuminating its yellow, smooth inner skin and capturing the feeling of an exotic Southeast Asian resort. Today, the SNS Taste Appraisal Group will introduce mango dessert restaurants recommended by Shikigin Hot Place users.

1. Let's go on a trip to the Philippines with Mango, Mangolay

Mangoray, a dessert cafe that travelers to Jeju Island must stop by, has also found a place in Bukchon Hanok Village in Seoul. The unique harmony created by the combination of traditional Bukchon Village and the Southeast Asian-style mangolay makes viewers happy. Tablecloths embroidered with large flowers in all natural colors are placed on the large tables, which are arranged long from the inside of the store to the terrace, adding to the feeling of a Southeast Asian resort. Mango Ray's Snow Mango Plot amazes me by putting a mango shake, fresh cream, and raw mango slices on a large cup. Using 100% Filipino mangoes, this dessert is perfect for feeling the rich, rich sweetness.

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â–²Shikigami Arasen's review: It's a place with a Filipino vibe. Fresh mangoes are delicious, and I also recommend the mango shake.

â–²Business hours: Weekdays 10:00 ~ 20:00/Weekends 08:30 ~ 21:00

â–²Location: 196-10 Gwanhoon-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul

â–²Price range: Snow mango plot 13,000 won

2. Full of fresh flavors, meat fresh

Meat Fresh, a Taiwanese dessert specialty store, has a variety of sweets using fresh fruit. Among them, mango shaved ice is definitely the most popular item on the hot summer day. As you can see from the menu name “raw mango shaved ice,” it has a fresh raw mango on it, so it's delicious to eat. If you eat soft, fine ice like cotton candy and mango pulp together, it has a refreshing and refreshing flavor. Nowadays, when the popularity of mango shaved ice is soaring, Meat Fresh, where you can enjoy the natural flavor of mangoes, has captured the hearts of mango enthusiasts and shaved ice enthusiasts alike.

3. Mango shakeet shakeet! Refreshing mango shake, rich mango

Rich mango is a caffeinated dessert independent of mango ray. This is a dessert cafe that specializes in shakes. In addition to mangoes, they also make and sell shakes with various ingredients such as bananas, peanuts, blueberries, and strawberries. If you order a shake, the drink will be served in a small plastic bottle with a hole. Since it is eaten with a straw, it won't spill even if you walk around with it in your hand. The signature menu, the special mango shake, is a drink made by grinding a raw mango as it is, and you can enjoy the rich sweetness of the mango itself, while the mango rush, which is a somewhat unique menu, is a menu where mango and yogurt are mixed together to add a unique sourness. If you don't like the sour taste of mangoes, I also recommend the mango milkshake, which is made by adding milk to the mango shake to neutralize it with a mild flavor.

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â–²Hana Lee Shikigami's review: Special Mango-chan.. A friend who doesn't really like mangoes liked the mango milkshake rather than the special mango

â–²Business hours: 10:00 to 22:00

â–²Location: 555 Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

â–²Price range: Special mango shake 6,500 won, mango rush 6,000 won, mango milkshake 5,000 won

4. Tasting American doughnuts in Hongdae, Donut Guys

Doughnut Guys is located near Hongdae, which made Instagram popular. It's a popular place where you can enjoy American-style donuts at a reasonable price, and the exotic interior is impressive in its small, compact space. They sell southern-style handmade donuts that are deep-fried and topped with various toppings as soon as they are ordered. They sell a variety of doughnuts with beer and shakes, and the unique combination “domak (doughnut+beer)” is a perfect match without being awkward at all when you actually taste it. Among them, the mango cheesecake, which is surprised by the visuals and surprised twice by the taste, makes you exhale admiration the moment the sweet mango and light cheese on a soft and chewy dough enter your mouth. At a reasonable price and a generous amount that would be a good substitute for a meal, this is a magical doughnut shop that you will definitely come back to once you visit.

5. Enjoy unique Hong Kong desserts in Korea too! Sugwa Bing

Hong Kong is famous for its diverse and delicious snacks and food. Even here, mangoes are enjoying great popularity these days as a menu that goes without missing any kind of dessert. Unlike Korean mango desserts, which are all shaved water or shakes, Hong Kong-style mango desserts are slightly more diverse. You can enjoy that Hong Kong-style mango dessert right at Suguabing in Hongdae. The wood-toned, relaxed atmosphere is perfect for enjoying dessert while chatting with friends. “Mango Saemalsim,” which contains mango chunks and chewy fresh core in a mango shake, and “mango panji,” which is made by putting mango and fresh cream in a thin pancake batter, are rare dishes that can only be enjoyed here unless you go to Hong Kong.

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â–²Shikigami Everybody's review: I'm thrilled to be able to eat the mangoes I ate in Hong Kong in Korea…

â–²Business hours: Weekdays/Sunday 12:00 to 22:00 /Saturday 12:00 to 23:00

â–²Location: 345-7, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

â–²Price range : 5,700 won for fresh mango/4,500 won for mango planks



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