Top 5 Mango Desserts that You Can Find in KL
You know you are a Malaysian if the tropical fruit, mango is one of your most favourite fruit. Its juicy taste is so sweet to have to cool the throat, especially during hot weather in Malaysia. It doesn’t only heavy great taste but many health benefits. So, including mangoes on your diet is definitely recommended. For the others who just want to quench their thirst with the best mango desserts in KL, this list is for all of you. Explore and thank us later!
1. Hui Lau Shan
If you happen to be in Pavillion, KL and are craving for some mango desserts, this is the place to go! Hui Lau Shan sets their authenticity and quality as their top priorities. They are famous for their Carabao Mangoes which are from the Philippines, and they surely aim to give you the best of what they have! We recommend you to try their mango romance and watch how you fall in love with this place.
Opening hours: Daily, 10 am-10 pm
Address: 6, Pavilion Shopping Mall, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 5510 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur.
2. K.T.Z (記得食)
They started as a roadside stall in Kepong in 1990, and now this place is transformed into a renowned hub for Chinese desserts (tongsui). Their signature dish is the iced fruity loh which includes the mango loh. You will be amazed by the presentation of the dessert itself. What more the taste. The shaved ice drizzled with a generous amount of mango syrup will get you head over heels with this place and mangoes. Refreshing yet so delicious!
Opening hours: Daily, 12pm-11.30pm
Address: gerai 17, Jalan Besar, Kepong Baru, 5210 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Perksekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
3. Hanbing Korean Dessert
This place is ranked one of the best eatery to have the best mango dessert for no matter how full you are after a big meal; they make you have room in your tummy for their dessert. While you can enjoy your favourite mango dessert here, this place could be a perfect spot for you to chill with your friends. Despite this menu being a little pricy, we feel that it is worth the money for the generous portion of dessert and toppings that they serve. You will surely not regret visiting this place to fulfil your mango dessert cravings.
Opening hours: Daily, 11am-12am
Address: 33, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur.
4. Mykori Dessert Café
This place is also another high-end dessert place for you to chill with your friends and take Instagram worthy pictures together. They serve many flavoured desserts in which you could customize them and enjoy every good taste of your creativity. Having said that, their ice shaved mango dessert is sure to die for because not only are they delicious but they serve in a generous portion, you will want to keep coming back to this eatery. Their mango yoghurt kakigori and mango cheesecake kakigori is undoubtedly a must-try! So fresh and juicy, would do you great help in this hot weather.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 2pm-11pm; Sat & Sun, 1pm-11pm
Address: 1F-08, 1st Floor, Kompleks Kenari 2, Jalan Kenari 18A, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.
5. Aboong Malaysia
If you have not heard of this place, please give this place a shot and try out their Korean fish waffle with mango yoghurt ice cream. You’ll scream of happiness! The heavenly taste of this dessert will get you coming here again and again. The taste is very refreshing, and I promise you that you’ll be in love with the portion. Make sure to bring your friends and family along.
Opening hours: Tues-Thurs Sun, 1pm-11pm; Fri & Sat, 1pm-12am; Closed on Mondays
Address: 108-1, Jalan Dataran Cheras 6, Cheras Traders Square, 43200 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur
If you are not in KL, try checking out outlets that are outside KL and treat yourself some tasty, refreshing and delicious mango desserts. If you are looking for other local food, do checkout foodpanda magazine or get foodpanda app now to get them to deliver you your orders right at your doorstep.
Article Written By Marcovy
Marcovy is a passionate writer who thinks life is about living to eat and enjoying it to the fullest. He wanted to explore the restaurants around Malaysia and the idea of documenting those food experiences was what inspired him to start writing food blog.